Tortilla Soup is our family's traditional ski trip soup and it’s great when you’ve got leftovers too. Every time I make my soup for friends, they always ask my recipe. I change it a little bit each time because it is the most versatile soup ever.
I don’t know about you, but hitting the slopes always works up quite the appetite. Luckily, one my all-time-favorite Park City eateries is just down the road from the Park City Mountain Resort… El Chubasco.
One of my favorite ways to enjoy summer in Park City is dining under the stars. Park City’s long evenings - nightfall can come as late as 9 pm at the peak of the summer season - provide the perfect setting for enjoying dinner al fresco. From Old Town to Kimball Junction, here are a few local, kid-friendly favorites:
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