REAL ESTATE December 26, 2017

What is Happening this Holiday Season in Park City

Snowfest at Park City Resort
December  31


Celebrate the holiday season by heading to Park City Snowfest,
a winter festival including après musical acts,
village entertainers, and more. For more info click here.

December 31: New Year’s Eve Celebration

Movies at Park City Library
Park City Library 

Park City Library will feature an assortment of

great movies to boost your holiday spirits. Some
of these include:


The Sound of Music: Dec 28Wonderwoman: Dec 29The Florida Project: Dec 29-31



Torchlight Parade at Deer Valley Resort
December 30 • Deer Valley Resort
This magical holiday tradition at Deer Valley Resort is not to be missed! The Torchlight Parade will be held on Big Stick ski run on Bald Eagle Mountain, behind Snow Park Lodge. Hot cider and cookies will be served on the Snow Park Plaza. For more info click here.
US Olympic Team Trials – Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined
December 30-31 • Utah Olympic Park

Utah’s 2002 Olympic venues will play a key role in determining the first skiing athletes nominated to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team to compete in PyeongChang. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined will be held Dec. 30-31 at the Utah Olympic Park in a winner-take-all event where the vistors will be named to Team USA. For more info click here.




Rhiannon GiddensDecember 31, 8pm  |  Eccles Center Theater  |  1750 Kearns Blvd

PCI’s traditional New Year’s Eve show features multi-instrumentalist and GRAMMY-award winning singer Rhiannon Giddens. The co-founder of the band, The Carolina Chocolate Drops, in which she plays banjo and fiddle, Giddens has played with Yo Yo Ma in The Silk Road String Ensemble. Her gift is to deliver haunting, performances, woven with narratives about social justice. The Guardian says she’s “a one-woman definition of a genre that sometimes feels like a catch-all for guitar-based music that isn’t pop or rock.” Fair warning: Giddens’ version of St. James Infirmary will flatten you. More info and tickets here!



New Year’s Eve Celebration & Fireworks
December 31 • Canyons Village at Park City Resort

 

The New Year’s Eve Celebration at Canyons Village is fun for the entire family! Family-friendly activities include live entertainment, music and a massive fireworks display. For more info click here.


Roaring Twenties New Year’s Eve Party
December 31 • Grand Summit Hotel at The Canyons

Ring in the New Year at the Grand Summit Hotel, a Rock Resort, with a delicious dinner and live entertainment. The dance floor stays open until 1:00am, giving you the whole night to keep the party rolling! $169 for Adults; $99 for Children 12 and Under. For more here.


New Year’s Eve Celebration with Badfeather
December 31  |  O.P. Rockwell  |  268 Main St

The Salt Lake City’s five-piece genre-bending outfit Badfeather blends good ol’ classic rock with subtle soul vibes, jam-band jive, a pinch of country-folk boogie, and a glimmer of post-disco funk. Their high-energy, bootie-shaking live performances and tightly crafted tunes are powered by lead singer Rick Gerber’s energetic vocals and exuberant stage presence. Toss in some tasty guitar solos, funky keyboard lines, and driving rhythms, and even the poutiest audience member won’t be able stop dancing.  More info click here!


Many of our restaurants here in Park City will feature some outstanding specialized menus for New Year’s Eve. Check out some of the following options, but don’t wait too long as reservations for many of these will fill up fast!

Apex at Montage Deer Valley: Black-tie soiree, $350/personFor New Year’s Eve, join Montage for a delightful soiree. Black-tie attire is recommended. Enjoy an hour-long cocktail reception with butler-passed hors d’oeuvres, followed by an expertly crafted multi-course dinner complete with wine pairings. After dinner, dance the night away and ring in the New Year. Note: Non-alcoholic pairings are also available.

Firewood: 5-course prix fixe, $150/person
This destination for locally sourced seasonal food, cooked by wood-fire, is serving a sumptuous five-course prix fixe dinner for New Year’s. The meal includes a champagne cocktail, plus live music by Robyn Cage. Four seatings are available: 5:30, 6:00, 8:30 and 9:00 p.m. For more info click here.

Goldener Hirsch: 4-course prix fixe, $169/person
Start with a choice of risotto with peekytoe crab, sun chokes and lemon; foie gras torchon with poached pear, walnut bread and solara elixir; or pecorino gregoriano with cauliflower, black currants and hazelnuts. Then enjoy either porcini mushroom soup or a salad of baby lettuces, before an entrée of wagyu beef, Maine lobster or classic wiener schnitzel. For dessert, dig into a delectable apple strudel or black raspberry panna cotta. For more info click here.

Grub Steak: 3-course prix fixe, $79.75 per guest 
For New Year’s Eve, choose between the Caesar, wild rice and mushroom soup, or salad bar, followed by surf-and-turf of beef tenderloin wrapped in Applewood smoked bacon, served with roasted shallots and a Maine lobster tail. Dessert is a classic: chocolate lava cake with Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream and fresh berries. For more info click here.

The Mariposa at Deer Valley Resort: 7-course prix fixe, $150/person and $65 optional wine pairing
This premier fine-dining destination at Deer Valley Resort is serving a delectable seven-course prix fixe for New Year’s Eve. The evening starts with a selection of osetra caviar with charred shallot crème fraiche, buckwhete blini and Champagne espuma, followed by courses of Kusshi oysters, cold smoked Hamachi and kale and collards. Then enjoy charred Niman Ranch pork tenderloin, followed by wild Hawaiian venison rack, and a dessert of “crème de la crème” featuring house-made cream cheese cheesecake, caramelized whey and a hazelnut toffee crust. For more info click here.