Sunday, February 11th from 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Excited to see the variety of designs we are receiving, all from just one Mind Doodles pattern.
Taste your way through French and American wines – Sunday, February 11th from 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Park City Culinary Institute (Salt Lake City Campus)
Back in 1976, there was a small competition in France. This competition proved to the world that France was no longer the only name in the game when it came to great wine. Join us on Sunday, February 11th for an intricate and fun look into more of these regions. We will discuss some new producers from a few other areas of the world that could have held their own back in 1976. We will also talk about some of the best wines for your dinner parties, birthdays, and even an apres ski treat.
About your host:
Cameron Scott Nadler is the Sommelier and Beverage Director for the highly acclaimed Polo Bar by Ralph Lauren in NYC. The Polo Bar has a casual atmosphere with sophisticated taste. They offer both food and drink in the heart of NYC in a restaurant inspired by the Ralph Lauren brand. Additionally, Cameron is a model, actor, singer, and musician with over 15 years of experience. Growing up, he spent a majority of his free time acting, stage managing, and participating in a a multitude of productions. Cameron’s work has spanned film and television, theater, and freelance voice overs and recording projects.
This class will be held in Salt Lake City, at our new teaching kitchen located at 1484 South State Street. Wine is included with the price of the class. There is no minimum experience necessary. Seats will sell out quickly so book now to reserve your spot. Prices include sale tax. Guests must be 21 or over.
Coloring Contest! To access line image click Line Drawing, color it in and send us a picture of your design! Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it via Instagram @parkcitypublishing. Submissions are due Feb 1 and winners will be announced on Feb 15. Winners will receive a free copy of Mind Doodles.
Good luck and happy doodling!
American Bookfest Winner!
More! From the Restaurants of Park City, A Mountain Town’s Cookbook
If you’ve ever walked the length of Historic Main Street, you’ve no doubt passed the beautiful local gift shop La Niche. La Niche has been a familiar and beloved part of Park City’s Main Street since its founding in 1985. The store boasts a full-service espresso and gelato bar in addition to being a European-styled gift shop. From home accessories, like teacups and linens, to freshly-baked biscotti and gourmet lollipops, La Niche has a huge selection.
La Niche also has quite an extensive collection of gourmet cookbooks. Among the shelves and bookcase you can find Park City Publishing’s own From the Restaurants of Park City – A Mountain Town’s Cookbook!
Both Book One and Book Two of From the Restaurants of Park City – A Mountain Town’s Cookbook are featured on the shelves of La Niche, owner Jane loves having the cookbooks as part of La Niche’s collection.
“We don’t have many [cookbooks] this excellent. They make a great set to give as a gift,” says Jane.
Next time you’re on Main Street, make sure to stop by La Niche to check out our cookbooks, and the fantastic selection of home accessories they offer. La Niche is happy to support Park City’s local businesses, and Park City Publishing is thrilled to be part of such an incredible store. Whether you need a housewarming gift or a bit of new home decor, some new recipe ideas or a scoop of gelato, this long-time Park City shop is certain to have whatever you need!
Both cookbooks are available for purchase at La Niche and many local retailers, as well as on our website (shipping available), ParkCityPublishing.com, and at select restaurants in Park City.
Park City Publishing’s From the Restaurants of Park City – A Mountain Town’s Cookbook features local favorite Silver Star Cafe. Founded in 2010 by longtime Park City locals, Silver Star Cafe is a hidden gem of Park City. The Cafe has an immediate community feel, as this hidden gem sits at the base of the Silver Star chairlift at Park City Mountain Resort and lies beside the Spiro and Armstrong trailheads. With beautiful views, delicious food, and a comfortable atmosphere, Silver Star Cafe is perfect for any meal of the day.
The beautiful outdoor deck is the perfect place to brunch with family and friends in the warm summer months. One side of the deck overlooks the Park City Golf Club, while the other side has a great view of the mountain and of the Silver Star ski lift. You’re guaranteed a fantastic view no matter where you sit on the deck or which way you are facing while you enjoy your meal.
The delicious food at the cafe is the creation of chef Dan Sweisford. From brunch food like spicy Huevos Ranchero and hearty dinners like Pork Osso Bucco (page 145), any meal you have at Silver Star Cafe is sure to please. Their friendly staff is accommodating and efficient, and the views from the deck provide an ambiance that is perfect for a family celebration or a huge post-hike lunch.
Check out pages 141 to 146 in From the Restaurants of Park City – A Mountain Town’s Cookbook to try out some of Silver Star Cafe’s best recipes in your very own kitchen, and be sure to stop by Silver Star Cafe on the next bright and sunny day for an amazing meal on the deck!
Cookbooks, Part One and Part Two, are available at Park City retail locations, local restaurants, and on our website at ParkCityPublishing.com. Be sure to order yours now!
The Kimball Arts Festival is in full swing! Now in its 48th year, the Kimball Arts Festival is the largest fundraiser for the Kimball Arts Center in Park City. The Kimball Arts Center focuses on providing access to art and arts education, providing art classes, gallery tours, and artist talks throughout the year.
Park City Publishing is lucky to be supported by the Kimball Arts Center, who features many of our publications. Our cookbooks, From the Restaurant of Park City – A Mountain Town’s Cookbooks (one and two) are both available in the gift shop, as is Is it Lonely to be a Four-Leaf Clover?, written and illustrated by Paralympian Chris Waddell.
We are most excited to announce that the Kimball Arts Center is now featuring our newest publication, Mind Doodles by Roger Burrows. This interactive book explores ancient ideas of art and design, and invites the reader to solve puzzles and to draw and color designs directly into the book. This educational and artistic book is perfect for all ages!
Be sure to stop by the Kimball Arts Center to check out Park City Publishing’s available books, and be sure to stop by the Kimball Arts Festival on Main Street this weekend to help support the Kimball Arts Center!
Check out Park City Publishing’s website, ParkCityPublishing.com, for more books and news about our company!