…. Silver Star Cafe!
The view from the patio in the summer, the cozy cabin ambiance in the winter, the live music and Chef David Bible’s original comfort food—all combine to make Silver Star Cafe the perfect mountain restaurant you were hoping to find in Park City. Owners Jeff and Lisa Cilva Ward are there to make sure everyone is happy—and they are. Congratulations Silver Star Cafe! To check out more dining awards visit: Salt Lake Magazine
The Greater Park City real estate market is strong and steady. The sales volume of 2018 compared to 2017 is up 4%. The market report, written by Jess Reid, breaks down statistics for each segment of the market. To read the most recent market update for the Park City and Deer Valley area, to view graphs, and to read about current trends and that are hot click here.
Park City is famous for its ski resort and surplus of fun winter activities, but besides downhill skiing, there are a lot of other unique excursions that help show why Park City is considered a mecca for the outdoors. Here are some Park City day trips you might not have tried before, please use the following link for more information: KSL-Park City
It is difficult to believe it is almost February- where has the time gone? Hopefully your New Year’s resolutions are now a routine and your feeling energetic for 2019! Lucky for us, there is still plenty of winter left to enjoy and there are so may ways to experience Park City. While the activities and events happening in February seem endless, we have a few ideas for you to consider: Things to do in Park City in February
Welcome to the 2019 World Championships for snowboard, freestyle, and freeski. There will be three host resorts and Park City is happy to welcome everyone to see some the most exhilarating events in winter sports. This event will include over 1,300 athletes from 36 nations competing in 25 World Championship events from February 1st-10th. For more information, please use the following link: World Cup Info
It should come as no surprise that Utah’s snow pack is faring better this winter when compared to last year. One look at the Wasatch Range’s peaks shows evidence of the snow that has hammered the area in recent months. The situation only improved as two storm systems moved through Northern Utah over the weekend, dropping nearly two – four feet of snow in some areas of the Wasatch Mountains. Park City received more than 20 inches of snow during the storms on January 4th weekend, according to the National Weather Service. For more information, please use the following link: Utah’s Snow Pack
Dan Conn, the CEO of Christie’s International Real Estate, discuss our 2018 Luxury Ski Report with Bloomberg Businessweek podcast host Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Listen to the full interview please use the following link: 2018 Lux Ski Report
There are so many ways to enjoy the Sundance Film Festival. Purchase a pass, a ticket package, or individual tickets in advance or catch a last-minute screening through the eWaitlist. For more information, watch this video or check out the ticketing details, box office and eWaitlist information, and frequently asked questions. For assistance, please visit sundance.org/customersupport.
For eight years, the Midway Ice Castles have been a mainstay of Utah winter experiences. This year, the attraction will open Saturday, January 5. For more information and tickets are already on sale at Icecastles.com
Don’t know quite what your in the mood for? Do we eat out and enjoy a fireworks show, fire pits, hot cocoa, and live music on the Canyons Village Stage….. Or order take out and snuggle up to watch a New Years Eve movie marathon? Use the following links to explore Park City and make your reservations now for Park City’s New Years Eve eateries. Order In or Eat Out New Years 2019