TABLE X TO OFFER CONVENIENT $45 PRIX FIXE MENU DURING SUNDANCE, TECH SUMMIT
A Delectable Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu Will be Served on February 14
The Salt Lake City area will be buzzing with the high-profile Sundance Film Festival and Silicon Slopes Tech Summit events this month. The award-winning Table X looks forward to accommodating their participants who tend to have high culinary standards with an attractively priced, three-course prix fixe menu featuring cutting-edge, artfully prepared options. Offering ample, free parking, the restaurant is close enough to the happenings while allowing guests to seek refuge from the crowds in a modern, relaxed setting. Table X will also offer a tasting menu for couples celebrating Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14.
“We know people have hectic schedules during these jam-packed events. While they may not have time for a very leisurely meal, they may still crave high-quality cuisine and the opportunity to entertain clients in a hip environment. Our special prix fixe menu will allow our guests to sample the best of Table X at an affordable price,” says Nick Fahs, one of the three chef-owners of Table X.
The $45, three-course Sundance-Tech Summit menu features the following selections:
- House Made Burrata with roasted acorn squash, basil oil, coquillo olives & house focaccia
- Clifford Farm Soft Cooked Egg with farro porridge, butter roasted mushrooms, puffed grains & cress
- Butternut Squash with sweet onion chutney, 6yr balsamico & radicchio
- Pacific Striped Bass with confit salsify, mussels, smoked bass chowder & bay leaf oil
- Jones Creek Beef Bavette Steak with tallow poached potatoes, green peppercorn mignonette, watercress & red wine jus
- Spiced Angel Food Cake with carrot cream & walnut crumble
- Hazelnut Ice Cream with salted chocolate, cocoa crumb & hazelnut caramel corn
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, one of the biggest nights of the year for dining out, Table X will showcase its sophisticated, modern cuisine with an impressive seven-course tasting menu for $85/person (wine pairing – $35/person; non-alcoholic beverage pairing – $20/person). The restaurant is now accepting reservations (credit card required) at www.tablexrestaurant.com or call 385.528.3712.
“Our Valentine’s Day evening is designed for those seeking a more elevated, sophisticated way to celebrate their romance and relax while appreciating our seasonal and artistic approach to dining,” Fahs explains.
ABOUT TABLE X
Located in the up-and-coming Millcreek area of Salt Lake City, Table X opened in 2016 and was named Salt Lake’s Best Restaurant by Salt Lake Magazine in 2016 and 2017 and earned a Salt Award from the Salt Lake Tribune in 2017. A collaboration between three chefs – David Barboza, Mike Blocher, and Nick Fahs – Table X’s mission is to delight guests with honest cuisine focused on sustainability, integrity, respect, and innovation. They have developed a culinary and service style that raises the bar for Salt Lake City dining. Table X offers an in-season dining experience with ingredients harvested from the on-site garden. The restaurant occupies a historic brick building that has been exquisitely renovated to blend its original features with modern design. It’s only fitting that the building once housed produce from local farms and also served as a cheese factory. www.tablexrestaurant.com
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November 17, 2015
PARK CITY CULINARY INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES A NEW, EXCLUSIVE VENUE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES AND DINNERS DURING SUNDANCE, FEATURING CUISINE BY UTAH’S MOST RENOWNED CHEFS
PARK CITY, UTAH – For films, brands and corporate groups seeking a more exclusive and private Sundance venue in Park City, Utah, Park City Culinary Institute is pleased to offer a new secluded, rustic and refined space in Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Area. Located at the ski-in, ski-out Deer Valley Club, Park City Culinary Institute hosts many high-end corporate events throughout the year, including during the Sundance Film Festival, which takes place January 21-31, 2016.
Park City Culinary Institute’s chefs each have more than 20 years of experience and are some of the most celebrated in Utah with their own nationally renowned restaurants. In addition to being featured on national TV, they have contributed to cookbooks, consulted worldwide for companies such as Ritz Carlton, and have collaborated with the James Beard Foundation. An Executive Chef is selected and dedicated to each private event based on the type of desired cuisine. He or she works with event coordinators to develop a perfect and unique menu to suite every taste and budget. Cuisine options are endless, including Park City’s innovative Western Mountain Cuisine, High Alpine, and Ranch and River inspired menus. The Institute’s master mixologists and sommeliers are on hand to design a cocktail menu and wine list that complements the style of cuisine and type of event.
“We have developed a reputation for creating flawless, personalized cocktail parties and dinners for discerning clients interested in memorable, local cuisine that elevates the standard party fare,” says Laurie Moldawer, Director of the Park City Culinary Institute. “In addition to enjoying the exclusive Deer Valley Club, and mingling with world-class chefs, guests can enjoy the greater privacy and five-star convenience that other venues can’t provide.”
The Deer Valley Club can accommodate up to 240 guests (indoors and heated patio tent, combined). Only one party is hosted per night, so those planning events have exclusive use of the facility. Guests may enjoy their dinner, luncheon or cocktail party without being rushed to breakdown or depart the beautiful space. The venue may also be used for daytime functions, such as gifting suites, hospitality lounges and brunches. Valet parking is available, and the Deer Valley Club is located on Park City Transit’s free bus route.
For more information about Park City Culinary Institute’s festival party offerings, please visit www.parkcityculinaryinstitute.com or call 435.659.5075.
ABOUT PARK CITY CULINARY INSTITUTE
Park City Culinary Institute collaborates with the region’s top chefs to offer a distinctive culinary program that rivals some of the best culinary schools in the country. In addition to the school’s two-month, immersive hands-on program, the Institute hosts private events and demonstrations for corporate groups. Park City Culinary Institute is “On to something fantastic!” according to Food Writer Wilbert Jones, and the innovative approach to culinary education is “Definitely overdue” according to restaurant owner Jesse Shetler. Students are trained to succeed in small classes with personalized attention, where they master essential techniques and gain experience with diverse ingredients. For more information, visit CulinarySchoolUtah.com.
A nearly complete cut of a provocative documentary “Embargo” revealed the dark secrets behind the U.S. embargo on Cuba during a private screening in Park City that coincided with the Sundance Film Festival. Three simultaneous screenings of the film took place in one stunning private residence. In attendance were media and other influential guests who gave a warm reception and enthusiastic response to Filmmaker/Producer Jeri Rice of Santa Monica, California. Redhead Marketing & PR had the privilege of being engaged to invite members of the press to attend the screening and generate media attention for the riveting film.
Approximately $100,000 is needed to complete production and get the politically timely film to a wider audience. Given President Obama’s recent policy announcement shift toward Cuba and the start of diplomatic relations, there is a lot of interest in “Embargo” which serves as a catalyst for change, discussion and enlightenment.
The film’s Executive Producer, Geralyn Dreyfous of Impact Partners, is renowned for her work on several Academy Award-winning documentaries, including “Born Into Brothels” and “The Cove.”
Click HERE to view the Newsmax interview we scheduled for Jeri Rice.
Anyone interested in learning more about “Embargo” is welcome to email email@example.com.
Those of us working in the communications field are well aware of the importance of networking, especially when managing our own businesses. Whether formal or informal, networking opportunities are everywhere. I’ve gotten clients as a result of an article in the local paper about Redhead Marketing & PR and pitching myself in an email to a new business that I believe my particular experience could benefit as well as by attending a party with well-connected guests or even through strangers sitting next to me on the chairlift.
While it’s essential to look at nearly every facet of your life as an opportunity to make new connections, we believe it is important to always remember your clients when doing so. Networking on behalf of your clients is critical to demonstrating your value to them.
During a recent professional mixer in Salt Lake City, I met a creative director for a Salt Lake City advertising agency. I asked who some of their clients were, and one of them stood out among the names. I knew it was a relatively philanthropic company, and thought one of my non-profit clients for whom I manage the public relations could benefit from an introduction. While development and fundraising aren’t part of my official responsibilities with this client, I decided to be proactive and ask the creative director if he might share the name and contact information for his client’s philanthropy division. This led to the obligatory business card exchange.
I followed up with the creative director the next morning, and by the end of the day he had emailed me the contact information for the Director of Philanthropy of the company that had piqued my interest. I reached out to the individual and pitched my client for a meeting. I heard back the very next day and coordinated a meeting between him and my non-profit’s founder. The amazing result of their meeting was a $25,000 donation. All I had invested was mileage to the networking event in Salt Lake, the $10 to attend, and a bit of email correspondence the following day. My client was over the moon (as was I), and I demonstrated that I am enthusiastically willing and able to go beyond the scope of work defined in my contract.
Sundance Film Festival, which may as well be called “Schmoozedance,” gets underway today in Park City, Utah. While it’s tempting to hide from the crowds that often seem dominated by Hollywood wannabes, genuine networking opportunities exist. Be selective about what events you attend. One of the most worthwhile for me has been the cocktail party hosted by my alma mater, Columbia University, for its alumni in the film industry. I can always count on this being a gathering of like-minded, educated and ambitious professionals who share my background and goals as opposed to the throngs of gawker types who come for the festival. When Sundancing out there, be sure to remember to build connections for both yourself and your clients.
We’re keeping busy helping a couple of clients gain some exposure during the Sundance Film Festival, taking place January 19 to 29 in Park City, Utah.
Sony Music has engaged us to navigate the Sundance scene for five-time Grammy nominated artist, Ski Johnson, a contemporary jazz saxophonist. Looking to do some advance promotion for the June release of his album with Queen Latifah, we have lined up some appearances for Ski during the festival. As passionate skiers ourselves, we’re eager to find out if Ski skis! Ski Johnson will perform for the Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shoot Out Echoes of Hope benefit party on Jan. 21 at the Fender Music Lounge. This fundraiser is in celebration of the celebrity hockey game that follows the next day at the Park City Ice Arena. Ski will also perform at the Eco Hideaway Music Saves Lives Celebrity Lounge on Jan. 22 at Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley. This is an invite-only, chill-out and gifting lounge for celebrities attending Sundance.
zReturn, an online lost and found service, hopes to benefit from its first event marketing experience by having a presence at the Sundance Film Festival. Redhead created postcards that each have two complimentary zReturn ID tags affixed. These will be distributed in gift bags to festival goers, media and celebrities at more than a half dozen Sundance parties and events. zReturn tags enable users to anonymously identify their valuables, including cell phones, MP3 players and tablets. When a lost item is found, the finder is directed to zReturn.com to connect with the owner and ensure the return of the item.
We’re looking forward to a great time Sundancing with everyone, and it seems the snow will be falling just in time!
zReturn is the world’s easiest and most affordable online lost and found service. It enables consumers to anonymously tag their valuables such as cell phones, laptops, MP3 players and tablets. If an item is lost, the ID tag directs the finder to the zReturn website and to enter the ID number on the tag to be connected with the owner and make arrangements for returning the item.
The New York City-based company has engaged Redhead Marketing & PR to manage event marketing and public relations. Tags will be included in gift bags at exclusive events during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Park City’s newspaper, The Park Record, included a story about zReturn in the October 22, 2011 edition of the paper. Click here to read the story.