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Royal Street Café: A Deer Valley Must

by Powderhound Cat January 31 2012 2 Comments

Restaurant reviews aren't easy. I stumble through websites with people I've never met telling me what to order or whether or not I will like the place and get headaches. So it makes it impossible for me to give a typical review of a Deer Valley restaurant.

It is so nice knowing you just can't go wrong, very headache free. Yet another experience has made me wish I could eat every meal at Deer Valley. Remembering it now, uploading those photos, my mouth is watering.

I think I'm an addict. I admitted here that I've eaten almost everywhere at Deer Valley. 

Last week I crossed the Royal Street Café off my list.

I won't tell you what to order - but I bet nothing on the menu will disappoint. Let's just say I sampled more than one entrée...

I won't tell you how comfortable it was - just mention that a dinner with a slope side view of the groomers getting to work was so fun to watch.

The full bar was nice. The wait staff was incredibly attentive. 

I think living here in Utah we sometimes forget to indulge on a night out and a dinner after a long day of skiing. So local or tourist, you can get over to Silver Lake Lodge any time of day. I had the sit down dinner; it was a full two hour event of laughter, relaxation, and enjoyment that I think you all deserve to enjoy!

As a reminder, even non skiers can drive up and join you for a meal and see the slopes with parking validation, a really great deal.

Here's a link for the menu, more information, and online reservations, book a date now!

*Let it snow*

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Catherine Killfoil

Catherine Killfoil has spent the last three seasons going from rookie to expert on and off the slopes. She explores the resorts, her Park City hometown, and the ski lifestyle and culture eagerly. Follow her and share her experiences to see what Utah can offer every level of skier. Check out her "How To" series for the tips and tricks that every skier needs.

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