Kosher at the Canyons?
Just got back from 5-day Park City trip and figured I'd update/review for anyone looking for an easy ski/conference destination. Bistro at the Canyons opened in December, along w/synogogue at the Silverado Lodge. Ambience is nice enough that it attracted non-kosher (and very curious) diners while we were there. The bistro also provided sandwiches (tuna, pastrami, roast beef, turkey wraps) at the central on-mountain dining area which was a first for me and REALLY convenient. As for dinner, standout appetizers included a nice chili, smoked cauliflower soup, sliders, and a grilled chicken salad. Soups were very falvorful, but portions a bit on the skimpy side. As for entrees, my fave was the "cote de boeuf", a nicely grilled 19oz steak which actually did feed 2 if you have appetizers and are not crazy hungry. Other faves included a nicely smoked duck breast, a very smokey beef-cheek gnocchi, and a nice seared ahi tuna. Wine list was decent w/a few decent examples offered by the glass, and deserts were okay other than a coconut panna cotta, which was unexpected and really nice. All in all, a nice new way to do a kosher West Coast ski trip without having to worry about cooking or existing on tuna and PB and J for a week. Added bonus is they seemed very family-friendly.