June 15, 2014
Today we spent another morning chilling around the fire at the condo before we headed out to Park Silly Sunday, a market on Main Street. The market included booths featuring art, hats, jewelry, produce, clothing and more. At the end of the block, live music played on the stage while folks took a try at hula hoops and ordered bloody mary’s, fried donuts, and jerk chicken at the food stands.
I got to catch up with a sorority sister of mine that I hadn’t seen for 20 years. Thanks to Facebook, I knew she moved to Park City about a year ago, so we planned to meet up at the market. Fun!
After an afternoon at the market, we enjoyed a final dinner at Zoom, owned by Robert Redford. It took me until halfway through the dinner to figure this out, so it did not influence my opinion on the food. I thought it was absolutely fantastic regardless of the famous owner! I ordered tuna tacos that were served with mango salsa and the best guacamole I’ve ever tasted. The macaroni and cheese with bacon is a must! The artichoke was delicious as well. The elk carpaccio could have been served with some basalmic vinegar with a little less oil, but was also good. I understand the ravioli was delicious too. Their new summer menu didn’t disappoint!
Our final stop with the family together was at the Montage for a night cap. On our way to the famous hotel, we saw a baby moose! It caused quite a traffic jam while it stood in the middle of the road. After sipping drinks by the fireplace in the elegant surroundings, we called it the night and wished each other farewell in the morning. It was a nice get-a-way to Utah. ETB