A Taste of Park City History
Photos by Samuel Askins
Park City Museum held A Taste of Park City History, six dinner parties held at historic homes in the city, on June 12. The night started with a reception at the Park City Museum, catered by Kumbaya Kitchens, and then guests were assigned homes for a sit-down dinner by a local chef, including chefs from Cafe Terigo, Deer Valley Resort, Riverhorse on Main, High West Distillery & Saloon, Blind Dog and Shabu. Homeowners welcomed guests into the historic homes, and Park City Museum volunteers dressed as historic figures to give short history lessons during meals. The event raised $12,000 for Park City Museum, which will help fund educational programs.
Chef Ed Axtell, Cafe Terigo; Chef Jodie Rogers, Deer Valley Resort; Chef Seth Adams, Riverhorse on Main; Chef James Dumas, High West Distillery & Saloon; Chef Penny Kinsey, Blind Dog; Chef Robert Valaika, Shabu; Chef Steve Butler, Kumbaya Kitchens
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