Sundance: 4 New Food and Drink Spots in Park City

Courtesy of Roi Agneta
Maine mussels from Tupelo

Guests can enjoy a three-course menu or sip bubbly in these new establishments, opening just in time for the film festival.

This story first appeared in the Jan. 29 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

Tupelo
508 Main St.

Celebrated local chef Matt Harris brings his Jean-Georges Vongerichten training (he opened Market in Atlanta and J&G Grill at St. Regis Deer Valley) to Main Street's hottest new restaurant since Fletcher's in 2014. Opened Dec. 10, Tupelo features daily lunch and dinner as well as weekend brunch. Menu highlights include Maine mussels and butternut squash farro risotto. From Jan. 21 to 31, dinner will be a set three-course menu for $70 a person.

Veuve Clicquot Apres Lounge at Montage Deer Valley and Powder Champagne Ice Lounge at Waldorf Astoria 
9100 Marsac Ave., 2100 Frostwood Drive


Veuve: Courtesy of Montage Deer Valley

It's not often an outdoor yurt can pull off posh, but the Veuve apres-ski lounge (noon-4 p.m.), opened Dec. 19, transforms the classic ski tent with touches like fur throws and an iron fireplace. The Waldorf has given its popular bubbly spot a $20,000 upgrade, moving it to the larger patio outside Powder. 6 p.m. until close.

High West Distillery at Blue Sky
27649 Old Lincoln Highway, Wanship


Ranch: Courtesy of Subject

The popular ski-in saloon High West (703 Park Ave.) has expanded with a 30,000-square-foot distillery at Blue Sky Ranch, 15 minutes from town. The world's first distillery/dude ranch debuted in September 2015, hosting tours and whiskey tastings (and in warmer months, cowboy-themed activities like fly-fishing and cattle driving). Wed.-Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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