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each year in mid–January, the motion picture world descends on Park City for the Sundance Film Festival. But coming up with tickets is no easy task, and standing in line or packing into crowded theaters might leave you longing for a scene change. Whether you’re left out in the cold at the box office or you’ve had your fill of flicks (and popcorn), here are a few other ways to enjoy yourself during Sundance. 2
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Festival days can mean clear slopes as Park City’s crowds move from the resorts to Main Street. As if short lift lines and skiing the best powder in the world weren’t enough enticement, the Park City resorts hook up out–of–towners even further with a free Quick Start lift pass: sign up online and your boarding pass doubles as a free lift ticket for the same day as your flight. www.visitparkcity.com/quickstart The Canyons: A great choice for accomplished skiers and snowboarders; 90% of this park is rated intermediate or above. Deer Valley: This skiers’ paradise is off limits for snowboarders. A variety of runs and terrain make it a favorite. Park City Resort: Wide–open views make this ski and snowboard spot unique. It also has the only Park City slopes open at night. Whooshing down snowy ski runs not your thing? Let the professionals handle any displays of athleticism at these sporting events. Utah Jazz: The Jazz have three upcoming home games during Sundance. You’ve spent the day sitting quietly in the theater; stand up and cheer in one of the NBA’s loudest arenas. Energy Solutions Arena 301 West South Temple, SLC Jan. 19: Cleveland Cavaliers, 7 p.m. Jan. 23: Washington Wizards, 7 p.m. Jan. 26: Indiana Pacers, 7:30 p.m. Utah Grizzlies: Hard–hitting action on the ice awaits in a trio of contests scheduled during the festival. With the NHL lockout in effect, top–tier talent is stepping back down to minor league hockey to keep their skills sharp. Check out Colby Armstrong of the Montreal Canadiens, who is spending the break with the Grizzlies, while you can. Maverik Center 3200 Decker Lane Drive, WVC Jan. 18: Bakersfield Condors, 7:05 p.m. Jan. 19: Bakersfield Condors, 7:05 p.m. Jan. 21: Idaho Steelheads, 1:35 p.m.
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Tanger Outlets: This outdoor village of outlet stores in Park City has over 60 different companies featuring high–end designers and name brands, mostly in shoes and apparel. Park City’s Historic Main Street: Many shops give up their space for the duration of the festival to lounges or promoters, but there are still some great unique items for sale as you stroll past quaint storefronts –including 64 buildings on the national registry of historic structures. City Creek Center: Almost 100 stores and restaurants make up this beautiful new shopping mall in the heart of Salt Lake City. It’s fast becoming a favorite due to its pristine atmosphere and collection of fine retailers, some of which have only just had access to throngs of eager Utah customers.
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Live theater gives you amazing high–def, 3D clarity all without glasses! Sundance features some fine displays of acting and show talent, but these performances leave the ones you’ve been viewing on the big screen a little flat. Jan. 19 & 20: Hair (Kingsbury Hall). The national Tony–award winning production of this peace–and–love–heavy hippie classic makes a stop in Utah for four shows in two days! Jan. 11–26: Philadelphia Story (Pioneer Theater Company). A romantic comedy about a rich, young socialite who is
forced to reexamine her plans to marry the man of her dreams when her ex shows up the day before the wedding. Jan 27, 2 p.m.: Florencia en el Amazonas (Capitol Theater). The Utah Opera company brings to life Daniel Catàn’s emotional tale of lost love. Marvel as they effortlessly intertwine reality, fantasy, and dreams with beautiful music. Jan 22, 7:30 p.m.: William Shatner: Shatner’s World—We Just Live In It (Kingsbury Hall). There might not be a bigger personality in America than William Shatner of TV and film fame. The only question is: can Kingsbury Hall fully contain it?
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Of course, there’s one activity that has become ubiquitous with Sundance Film Festival: star watching! Some of Hollywood’s biggest names make the trip to Utah for their own independent film premieres or just to see and be seen. If you’re hoping to bump into celebrities, plan on spending opening weekend traversing Main Street sidewalks and working your way into as many lounges, nightclubs, and sponsored parties and events as possible. Here are a few big names that have films showing at this year’s Sundance. Will they be out and about in Park City? Joseph Gordon–Levitt, James Franco, Scarlett Johansen, Amanda Seyfried, Julianne Moore, Steve Carrell, Alexander Skarsgård, Dave Grohl, Amy Poehler, Ashton Kutcher
What is your favorite ski spot/run? My favorite skiing spot at Deer Valley is Empire Canyon. I love to ski Lady Morgan Bowl, the Daly Chutes, and best of all, Anchor Trees (ask a Mountain Host as Anchor Trees is not labeled on the trail map). I like this area because usually when I’m skiing there it’s because we have gotten a big snowstorm and I’m powder skiing. When you’re not on the slopes, what is your favorite thing to do in Utah? When the winter is over I am usually hiking with my dog, Aksel, and riding my road bike. I also like camping with my family and friends. We go to Southern Utah and enjoy this beautiful and diverse state. What do you do as Deer Valley’s Ambassador of Skiing? As Ambassador of Skiing I work out of the marketing department. I’m on hill five to seven days a week. I show guests, media, clients and corporate groups why and how to love skiing. What is the best part of living in Utah? The best part of Utah is the diversity of the state. I live in the mountains, but with just a short four–hour drive to Moab you’re in the desert. I don’t think there’s a state that has both mountains and desert so near to each other. Also, the weather is unbelievable.
Deer Valley’s Ambassador of Skiing, Heidi Voelker was a 12–year member (1985 to 1997) of the U.S. Ski Team and has competed in the Olympics three times. Heidi also competed three times for the U.S. World Championship Team. She has six top–ten World Cup finishes to her credit, including a third place finish in 1994. Heidi was the 1994 National Champion in Giant Slalom and finished her illustrious racing career with a third place finish in the giant slalom event at the U.S. Nationals in 1997. Heidi began skiing when she was two years old, chasing her two older brothers and older sister through the ski areas of the Berkshires. Her obvious talent at the sport launched her into junior competition where she earned the World Junior Slalom Silver Medal (1987) and was named Junior Alpine Skier of the Year (1988). She moved to Park City, Utah in 1990. Heidi became a “head gear” skier for Deer Valley Resort in 1995 and was named Deer Valley’s Ambassador of Skiing in 1997. As Ambassador, Heidi skis with groups, media, and VIPs, attends special events and activities at the resort, and can be seen shredding up the slopes frequently with her signature oh–so–smooth style. Heidi resides in Park City with her husband, Tim, and sons Lucas and Stefan.
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What is your favorite type of skiing? All skiing is my favorite type. I joke that I’m a better skier today than I was competing with the U.S. Ski Team. I get to ski all different terrain and different ski conditions, which makes me a better all–around skier. But if I had to pick, three feet of new powder and trying to breathe as the snow is coming over my head is the best! January is known as “Learn to Ski Month,” what advice do you have for beginners and locals who have decided to learn? Learning how to ski should be on everyone’s bucket list. We have the best skiing and snow in the country. With “Learn to Ski Month,” there are great discount packages for equipment and lessons. Get hooked and keep coming back! Only 11 percent of Utahns ski. Come out and see the mountains we have and the beautiful vistas! Do you still compete or are you involved in any races? I compete, but it’s all for fun. I set the pace for the Nastar racecourse every Saturday, as I’m available. For the last four years, I have competed as a pacesetter for the Nastar finals. This is where approximately 700–900 skiers from all over the country come to ski against the pacesetters. I’m the old lady in the group of pacesetters, but it is certainly a fun time. I also participate in the Waterkeepers Ski Festival opening weekend at Deer Valley. My new project this year (I need to fill in some down time, ha!) is helping the young girls of the Park City Ski Team on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Watch out other race clubs! Oh, one more thing—I try and keep up in the Park City town race series, too!
Wellness (BPT) –Plunging winter temperatures and severe climate changes can negatively impact skin. Simple skincare consulting dermatologist Dr. Jennifer Segal reveals common seasonal sensitive skin triggers and shares her top tips for maintaining healthy, beautiful skin throughout the cooler months. Stay hydrated: Winter air often lacks moisture, which can cause skin to become dry and sensitive. “Remember to drink one or two liters of water per day,” says Segal. “Also, eat fruits and vegetables that are packed with water, such as apples, celery and cucumbers. These foods can help curb hunger and boost your water intake, to keep you healthy and hydrated all day.”
Re–evaluate your skincare routine: Women change their wardrobes and diets every season, so remember to update your skincare routine too. “Use a gentle, moisturizing cleanser to nourish skin and avoid that tight feeling you can get after washing your face,” suggests Segal. Moisturizer should be applied liberally and frequently. In addition,
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gently exfoliating once a week will help make skin brighter and more receptive to moisturizer, resulting in a healthy glow. Try using a gentle scrub to lift dry, dead skin cells and help skin look brighter and more evenly textured. Adjust the heat: When temperatures drop, the natural reaction is to raise the thermostat. However, dry indoor air causes water to evaporate from skin, leaving it dehydrated, tight and flaky. Advertisement produced by MediaOne Segal recommends using a humidifier to replace lost moisture in the air. Also, avoid long hot baths or showers because they cannot only compromise skin’s natural lipid barriers, resulting in an increased loss of moisture, but also, in so doing, increase the risk of skin irritation. Instead, keep water at a lukewarm temperature and limit the amount of time spent in the bath or shower.
Lay it on thick: Despite the chilly air, the sun’s rays are just as strong during the cooler months as they are in the warmer ones Segal warns, “Going out without wearing sunscreen can lead to redness, burning, breakouts and other damage –no matter what season. Always be sure to incorporate a moisturizer with UVA and UVB protection into your skincare routine each day.”
Take a well–rounded approach: “Our skin reflects our overall health, both mind and body. In addition to maintaining a healthy diet, be sure to manage stress levels by taking time each day to decompress. Fitness activities can be a wonderful way to alleviate tension, keeping your mind, body and skin in great shape,” says Segal.
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La Caille Locals can now enter the winter wonderland of La Caille and not leave with empty pockets thanks to the new and more affordable Common Wealth menu. Some might describe a dining experience at La Caille as whimsical or even magical, and now with the Common Wealth menu, more food lovers can experience it. Not only have the prices been altered for those of us who can’t splurge that often on dining, but the food has also seen some changes for the better. The new chef and new owner’s highest priority is setting the standard for the food at the same quality as the lovely atmosphere in which it’s served. If you’ve been to La Caille in the past, you know that this hasn’t always been the case. The new owner, Kevin Fates, decided to continue the legacy of La Caille instead of dividing the estate and making a good amount of cash. The focus is now on flavor, including adding some local elements to their menu like Creminelli meats—a local and national favorite. We found the improvements in flavor to be true as we sampled our three–course dinner on the Common Wealth menu. This new menu provides you with three generous courses for $36 per person.
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The meal begins with your choice of salad, then you move on to a delectable entree and end with a perfect finale of dessert. Sometimes pre–fixed menus leave you with choices that aren’t as compelling as the regular menu, but La Caille made sure to give you lots of tasty options to choose from. I started my meal with the Poached Sugar Beet Medley with toasted walnuts, radish sprouts, Montrachet goat cheese, candied orange peel, roasted onion, and an herb–infused glacé. Then I savored my selection of a vegetarian entree (not because I’m vegetarian, but just simply because it sounded so good), the Roasted Borsin Buckwheat Crepes. These warm crepes come filled with a quinoa pilaf and a root vegetable puree surrounded by a Borsin cheese sauce and black truffle cream, and topped with sautéed spinach, wild mushrooms, and fried leek straws. Not only were the flavors bountiful in this dish with the
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Dining connoisseurs of coq au vin, we tried the first bite with hesitation but decided that La Caille does a fine job preparing this traditional French peasant dish—it tasted almost as good as when we had it in France. Their coq au vin is served with Creminelli bacon, martini onions, a wild mushroom medley, and a Burgundy demi glace. For anyone looking for a magical experience this winter, La Caille is your spot. And now more people can enjoy it, too! I think you’ll find lots of improvements—especially in the flavor and spirit at La Caille.
EAT HERE NOW It’s certainly no wonder why Utah becomes busy during wintertime. The snow that blankets our beautiful mountains is irresistible to skiers and boarders from around the world. There are, however, other things that people look forward to, such as a great meal after an exhausting day on the slopes. The après–ski scene has become quite popular in Utah thanks in large part to our local go– to eateries. Friends gather to socialize, drink, and eat some of the best food around; it has become the icing on the cake for locals and visitors alike.
Becky Rosenthal loves Salt Lake City. It doesn’t get much more complicated than that. Sometimes she attributes it to the four distinct seasons. Other times it’s the skiing or the summer evenings on the porch. However, most often, it’s the food. Becky Rosenthal started SLCfoodie a few years ago in hopes of sharing her love of the emerging Salt Lake City food scene. She currently lives downtown where she also manages Vintage Mixer.
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Windy Ridge Cafe ($5–15) If visiting Park City, dare to venture off Main Street and open your options up to plenty of amazing locations for great food, one of which is Windy Ridge Cafe. Many refer to this decorative little cafe as the city’s best kept secret with affordable, distinct menu items such as salmon tacos or freshly baked meatloaf that you just won’t find in many other places. A unique experience such as this can only be found at this hidden treasure. 1250 Iron Horse Drive, Park City
Davanza’s ($7–23) Seeing friends, grabbing some grub, and having a good time are all things we look forward to, and Davanza’s is the perfect setting in Park City. It has been a favorite local hang out for years now, and for good reason. Davanza’s features stellar classics like pizza, burgers, and fries. Each mouthwatering comfort food is made to order to ensure that this is the place to go after a good trip to the snow with your friends. 690 Park Avenue, Park City Porcupine Pub & Grille ($4–18) It’s great to shake things up a little when it comes to food. While the Porcupine Pub & Grille isn’t located right next to your favorite ski resort, it isn’t far, and is definitely worth the drive down to the valley. Beers, wines, sandwiches, wings, and pastas complete their menu, with each one as scrumptious as they come. Don’t miss out on the amazing Huevos Locos brunch and the Big Cottonwood Burger for lunch. This is one porcupine you won’t want to stay away from. 3698 East Fort Union Boulevard, SLC
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Gateway/Clark Planetarium 110 S. 400 West
14. Exchange Place 350 S. State Street
Energy solutions Arena 301 W. South Temple
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Pioneer Park 400 S. 400 West
16. Brigham Young's Grave site 140 e. 1st Avenue
rose Wagner Theatre 138 W. 300 South
17. Washington square 451 S. State Street
salt Palace 100 S. West Temple
utah Museum of Contemporary Art 20 S. West Temple
18. Library square/The Leonardo 210 e. 400 South/209 e. 500 South
Abravanel Hall 123 W. South Temple
Temple square 15 east South Temple
utah’s Visitor's Center 300 N. State Street
10. Memory Grove 300 e. Capitol Boulevard 11. City Creek Center 50 S. Main Street 12. Capitol Theatre 50 W. 200 South 13. Gallivan Plaza 239 S. Main Street
19. The Cathedral of the Madeline 331 e. South Temple 20. Governor's Mansion 603 e. South Temple 21. Gilgal sculpture Garden 749 e. 500 South 22. Trolley square 602 e. 500 South 23. Tower Theatre 876 e. 900 South 24. Broadway Cinemas 111 e. Broadway 25. Beehive Tea room 12 W. Broadway
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10. sundance AsCAP Music Café 751 Main Street 11. sundance House 638 Park Avenue
Yarrow Hotel Theatre 1800 Park Ave.
Prospector square Theatre 2200 Sidewinder Dr.
Eccles Theatre 1750 Kearns Blvd.
sundance Screening Room North Fork, Provo Canyon Pa
Egyptian Theatre 328 Main St.
The MArC Formerly the Racquet Club Theatre) 1200 Little Kate Road
Library Center Theatre 1255 Park Ave.
Temple Theatre Located on Highway 224
Holiday Village Cinemas (Cinemark) 1776 Park Ave.
redstone at Kimball Junction 6030 North Market St.
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Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month This national movement began in 2008 and now has more than 300 resorts in 33 states that offer special learning programs during the month of January. All 14 Utah resorts participate and offer specials to encourage locals to learn to ski or board. Great deals often include lessons, equipment rental, and lift tickets. Utah is known for having the best snow on earth for a reason. Instead of grumbling every January while it snows, get excited and realize that fresh powder was meant to play in, not just shovel. Remember, humans were never meant to hibernate!
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FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup Event at Deer Valley Resort
USSA Grand Prix at Park City Mountain Resort
The world’s best freestyle skiers will be coming together this winter for the 2013 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort. Watch as competitors twist, fly, and race their way to the podium January 30–February 2 on the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Join thousands of spectators as the best freestyle skiers from around the globe compete in mogul, dual moguls, and aerials. To kick things off right, a free live concert and fireworks will take place on lower Main Street in Park City on Wednesday, January 30, at 7 p.m. All events are free to the public.
Along with the best snow on earth, Utah is also home to the best half–pipe in the world. Come watch top Olympic athletes compete in Park City’s renowned 22–foot half–pipe at the USSA Grand Prix, an integral part of the Olympic qualifying process. Watch training, qualifying, and finals for skiing and snowboarding January 28–February 2.
Brighton Ski Resort celebrates 76 years of winter sports // Since the first run opened in 1936, Brighton Ski Resort has been voted Utah’s favorite ski spot for children and families for six years in a row. The resort has an acclaimed ski and snowboard school, night skiing, and many other activities all year long, as well as excellent options for lodging and dining. Brighton offers a wide range of terrain. Skiers and boarders have almost unlimited access to some of Utah’s best backcountry. If you’re more of a terrain park junkie, Brighton delivers. Enjoy a top–to–bottom terrain park and a 350–foot– long, 18–foot–deep super pipe, as well as 36 rails and boxes, a killer sound system, and a yurt. 16
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2013 Brighton Information Adult Day Pass $64 • Youth Day Pass (8–12 years old) $31• Kids 7 and younger are free • Senior Day Pass (70 years old and up) $37 • Skiable Acres: 1,050 • Average Annual Snowfall: 500 inches • Terrain: 21% Beginner, 40% Intermediate, 39% Advanced • Lifts: 5 Quads, 1 Triple, 1 magic carpet • Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Night Skiing: 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. • Adult Night Pass $34 • Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, 35 minutes from Salt Lake and 45 minutes from Park City.
Snowboarder: Brian Selmer. Photo credit: Kevin Winzeler
Can’t get enough? Ski all 14 resorts in Utah // Utah is home to the greatest snow on earth. We believe it so much that we put it on our license plates. From Beaver Mountain in Logan to Brian Head Resort in the south, Utah is the destination for some of the best skiing in the world. Thanks to dry powder, clear skies, and great mountains, Utah plays host to 14 world–renowned destinations for skiing and snowboarding. And like every year, there’s always something new to see. Whether you’re a powder hound, terrain park enthusiast, or just a once–in–a– while easy skier, Utah’s mountains have fresh and exciting terrain to visit this season. Alta Ski Resort: Alta.com Brighton Ski Resort: Brightonresort.com Snowbird Ski Resort: Snowbird.com Solitude Ski Resort: Skisolitude.com Deer Valley Resort: Deervalley.com Photo credit: Richard Cheski
Park City Mountain: Pcski.com Canyons: Canyonsresort.com Sundance Resort: Sundanceresort.com Beaver Mountain: Skithebeav.com Powder Mountain: Powdermountain.com Snowbasin: Snowbasin.com Wolf Mountain: Wolfcreekutah.com/the–mountain Brian Head Resort: Brianhead.com Eagle Point: Skieaglepoint.com
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Salt Lake City is really coming into its own as a thriving, hip metropolis. One bit of proof: the rapidly expanding options for late–night dining. Whether you’re looking for a post– theater dessert nosh or a full–on après bar midnight meal, SLC now offers some excellent alternatives to the national taco chain drive–through. Here’s a sample plate of just a few of our favorite local late–night bites. Eva (317 South Main Street) If you’re looking for a full meal late at night, it’s hard to beat the tastes and ambiance of Eva. Serving mainly small–plate fare, their menu will almost certainly have something to please everyone in your posse. The Oink, Oink, Oink skewered pork belly, pork loin, and bacon–wrapped candied garlic is a must–try, and the sautéed brussels sprouts may end up replacing sugarplums as the food–vision dancing in your head. Open until midnight, Monday–Saturday, Sunday until 10 p.m. The Pie Underground (1320 East 200 South) Sunk deep into a basement dungeon, The Pie has been a University of Utah dining staple. Just
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a snowball’s throw from the U campus, they’ve been the pizza purveyor of choice for generations of hungry students. But don’t be fooled by the iconic graffiti–scribbled walls—this stuff is good! Thick crusts, robust sauces, and piled–on toppings are the trademark here. Pair that with a pitcher of local draft beer (or microbrewed root beer for the teetotalers), and you’re guaranteed a good time. Open until 1 a.m. Monday– Thursday, 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and Sunday until 11 p.m. Red Rock Brewing Company (254 South 200 West) It’s always fun to bring a visitor from outside of Utah to Red Rock. For most outsiders, the
thought of award–winning beers doesn’t jive with their squeaky–clean image of the Beehive State. Well, the plethora of gold, silver, and bronze medals from prestigious beer festivals that adorn the exposed–brick walls of this homegrown brewpub would beg to differ with that assessment. And then there’s the food. Offering one of the finest gastro–pub menus in the West, Red Rock will dazzle you with its selection. Try the wood–fired pizzas, sandwiches (the French Onion Steak Sandwich might be my death– row last meal), and wealth of fantastic entrees. Open Sunday–Thursday until 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday until midnight. Bayleaf Bar & Grub (159 South Main Street) Offering one of the oddest yet strangely delightful menus in the valley, Bayleaf has become a default go–to for after–anything eating. Open 24 hours on the weekends means that no matter what you’re stumbling out of, you’ll have a place to go for a little comfort food. And comfort food is exactly what they’re all about, though the two owners may have differing ideas of what comfort looks like, which accounts for the eclectic menu. On
one hand, you have Southern favorites like po’ boys and chicken and waffles. On the other, Filipino dishes like adobo chicken and tofu sautee. Whether the sun’s just going down or on its way back up, you’ll find a lively spot and some good grub waiting. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until 1 a.m. (kitchen closes at midnight), open 24 hours weekends. Belgian Waffle & Omelet Inn (7331 South 900 East, Midvale) You know how sometimes after a long night of fun all you really want is to be wrapped in something familiar and non–threatening? How about a diner where coffee flows as freely as a mountain stream and the wait–staff will almost certainly call you “Hon”? That kind of greasy–spoon goodness is exactly what awaits at “The Belge” in Midvale. As the name would indicate, the waffles and omelets are great, or try the ridiculously sized Garbage Hash. Open 24/7. Gourmandise The Bakery (250 South 300 East) Often when you get out of a play or concert, all you really want is coffee and a sweet treat. That’s when the display cases at Gourmandise become Valhalla. You can choose from dozens of ridiculously enticing pastries and desserts ranging from cookies to fruit tarts to cakes of all stripes. They have sandwiches and entrees too, of course, but once you’ve laid your eyes on the rows of sweet goodness at the counter, nothing else will really matter. Open Monday–Thursday until 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m.
only coffee shop in Salt Lake that’s truly open late, Salt Lake Coffee Break is a genuinely unique offering in the valley. As good for it’s people watching as it is for a late–night cup of joe, this place attracts a diverse and energetic crowd. It’s a great spot to meet some new friends and relax for a bit. The patio is a favorite for the tobacco set (especially in the warmer months), and the back room is replete with sofas for those looking for a good lounge. Open Monday– Thursday until 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday until 3 a.m. Shogun (321 Main Street) If you’re looking for after–hours sushi, Shogun is your best (and only) option. With fun traditional Japanese–inspired décor and a full menu of cheap happy hour sushi, this is the place for a fantastic “fourth meal” alternative. Open for dinner Monday–Thursday until 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m., with late–night sushi happy hour until 1 a.m. Thursday and 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
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Dees Family Restaurant (2104 South 700 East) Call it nostalgia, but I couldn’t write about late–night eats without giving a shout–out to a stalwart of the Salt Lake scene. Forget the National chain diners of similar ilk, this local diner beats them all as a great place to grab a piece of pie, an order of pancakes, or a Monte Cristo sandwich. Famously accepting of all comers, you’re sure to feel welcome whether you’re a long haul trucker,or a dubstep– obsessed raver with green hair and a chin piercing. It’s impossible not to fit in here. Open Sunday–Thursday until 2 a.m., 24 hours Friday and Saturday.
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Sports Events Brighton Celebrates Learn to Ski Month 1/1 Learn to ski Packages only $45 during January. Package includes 2 hr lesson, learner pass and rentals! Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Elite Fight Night –A Jeremy Horn Fight Card 1/11 The Gooch Firm Presents Elite Fight Night. A Jeremy Horn fight card. Main Event Dave Allred vs. Ray Davis. Co–main Event Craig Ross vs. Agustine Espinoaz. Plus up to 8 more MMA fights! Doors: 7p.m., Fights 8p.m. Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Friday Night Jib Fight Rail Jam 1/11 The Truth & Outride presents Friday Night Ski & Snowboard rail jam series Jib Fights CASH prizes! And tons of awesome sponsors will be here with give–a–ways! Register at the Brighton Center between 4p.m.–5p.m. 4 p.m., $15 entry fee, Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Freeskiing –IFSA Nationals 1/17–1/19 Come and watch Freeskiing –IFSA Nationals live at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Thursday–Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, Highway 210, Snowbird Slug Games Rail Jam 1/19 Registration 10 a.m.–11 a.m. Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton
Events DreamWorks How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular 1/10–1/13 This must–see arena spectacle breaks all the rules of traditional entertainment, immersing audiences into a magical and mythical world of Vikings and Dragons. Thu and Fri 7 p.m., Sat 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., Sun 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., $27.50–$99.50, Energy Solutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple, SLC Girl Scouts of Utah Alumnae Movie Night 1/15 Troop Beverly Hills Screening: Alumnae Wine Social: 5:30–7 p.m. Movie: 7 p.m., Brewvies Cinema Pub, 677 S. 200 West, SLC Friday Night Bonfire & Social 1/18 Join us at the fire pit on the deck of the Alpine rose for free smores, hot cocoa,
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give–a–ways and great company! 4 p.m., Free, Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Winter Whomp 1/25 The Complex, 537 W. 100 South, SLC
Concerts Bullets and Belles 1/4 Bullets and Belles is Neo–Doo–Wop– Folk. 8 p.m., $10, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC
Action Item 1/29 6 p.m., $14/In Advance, $16/Day of Show, Kilby Court, 741 S. 330 West, SLC
Performances Cash Levy Presented By: Wise Guys Comedy Club 1/3–1/5 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., $12, Wise Guys Comedy Club, 505 S. 600 East, SLC The Philadelphia Story 1/11–1/26 $25–$49, Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre, University of Utah, 300 S. 1400 East, SLC Ring Around the Rose: Ballet West 1/12 Experience the life of a prima ballerina and find out what it’s really like to dance on those tippy toes! 11a.m., $5, Rose Wagner Performing Arts, Center 138 W. 300 South, SLC
Camp Lo 1/4 7 p.m., $13/In Advance, $15/Day of Show, Kilby Court, 741 S. 330 West, SLC
Robin Williams 1/16 7:30 p.m., $8–$150, Kingsbury Hall, University of Utah, 1395 E. President’s Circle, SLC
Randy Rogers Band 1/11 9 p.m., $17/General Admission, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC
HAIR –The National Tour 1/19–1/20 $30–$57.50, Kingsbury Hall, University of Utah 1395 E. President’s Circle, SLC
Sibelius’ Violin Concerto 1/11–1/12 Presented by Utah Symphony/ Utah Opera. Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, SLC
Shatner’s World –We Just Live In It 1/22 7:30 p.m., $30–$60, Kingsbury Hall, University of Utah 1395 E. President’s Circle, SLC
Trio Solisti with Amy Burton 1/22 Presented by Chamber Musice Society of Salt Lake City. $5–$25, Libby Gardner Hall, University of Utah, 1375 E. President’s Circle, SLC Reverend Horton Heat 1/24 7 p.m., $20/General Admission, In The Venue, 579 W. 200 South, SLC George Strait “Cowboy Rides Away” with Martina McBride 1/25 7:30 p.m., $69.50–$89.50, Energy Solutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple, SLC Head For The Hills 1/25 9 p.m., $15/General Admission, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC Wax Tailor and The Dusty Rainbow Experience 1/25 9 p.m.–2 p.m., $12/In Advance, The Complex, 537 W. 100 South, SLC 100 Years of Latin American Piano Music Lecture–Recital 1/28 Presented by Utah Symphony/Utah Opera. 7 p.m., $10/Adults, $5/Students (18 and under), Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, SLC
Pauley Shore 1/24 Thursday 8 p.m., $25, Wise Guys Comedy Club, 505 S. 600 East, SLC Cesar Milan 1/25 Cesar will share his secrets on how to transform dogs and their owners in this unique and new live event that has wowed audiences across the US, UK, Canada, and Europe. Presented by Broadway Across America. 8 p.m., $37–$84, Abravanel Hall 123 W. South Temple, SLC
Workshops Winterdance 2013 Presented By: Repertory Dance Theatre 1/2–1/4 9 a.m.–3 p.m., $150, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W. 300 South, SLC New Year, New YOU, New Yoga Begins 1/7 40 Days Program, based on Baron Baptiste’s best-selling book, 40 Days to Personal Revolution. $179, Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 E. Broadway, Suite 200, SLC Ladies Night @ The Studio 1/12 Hip Opening Yoga, Chocolate Pleasure meditation & professional Boudoir photo shoot (perfect for Valentine’s Day). $99, Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 E. Broadway, Suite 200, SLC
IN is a monthly, glossy magazine that features go-and-do activities in the categories of: entertainment, dining, events, shopping and night...
Published on Jan 3, 2013
IN is a monthly, glossy magazine that features go-and-do activities in the categories of: entertainment, dining, events, shopping and night...