June 30 2016

SOLITUDE MOUNTAIN RESORT, BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON, UTAH (June 28, 2016) – Solitude Mountain Resort is making summer more delicious with its annual Wasatch Mountain Table Dinner Series, featuring cool mountain air, spectacular views, wine and unbeatable fine dining. Taking place on the lawn at The Inn on July 3, July 24, August 6 and September 4, fresh food is served al fresco during a multi-course tasting menu from local farmers and ranchers at the resort's communal “Mountain Table” alongside Big Cottonwood Creek. Specialty wine and beer pairings are also available to complement each themed dinner.

“The Wasatch Mountain Table Dinner Series provides one of the most serene, beautiful dining atmospheres you could wish for on a summer night,” said Andrew Fletcher director of food and beverage at Solitude Mountain Resort. “Each event is started with an appetizer reception, then at dusk, our communal table is lit by candlelight, creating a magical ambiance for each course served under the majestic Wasatch Mountains.”

Cost for the Wasatch Mountain Table Dinner Series is $125 for dinner plus the optional wine/beer pairings, dinner only is $85 and alcohol pairings are $40. The July 3 series theme is Pigs N' Pinot, featuring an optional wine pairings from local wine distributor Vine Lore. The July 24 series theme is Cuisine of the Mountain West, with optional wine pairing from Cinder Winery of Snake River Valley, Idaho. The August 6 series theme is Farmer's Harvest and the September 4 series theme is Hops and Hoppers, with the evening beginning with an assortment of Utah's best beer (optional) and a fly casting clinic.

Solitude Mountain Resort is also offering a Wasatch Mountain Table Lodging Package for the series. Guests attending one of the Wasatch Mountain Table events can receive a $99 hotel room rate at The Inn at Solitude or 20 percent off condominium-style accommodations at select Solitude Resort Lodging managed properties.

For reservations for the Wasatch Mountain Table Dinner Series, please contact Deanna Stevenson at 801-536-5722 or dstevenson@skisolitude.com.

For more about Solitude Mountain Resort's summer events and offerings, contact Senior Communications Manager for Deer Valley Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort, Emily Summers at 435-645-6522 or emily@deervalley.com.


Solitude, a Deer Valley Resort, is a pure, authentic and untarnished Utah territory. Serene or extreme, there's nothing between you and the perfect mountain day. Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, the resort offers eight chairlifts, 77 runs, three bowls and 500 annual inches of snow spread over 1,200 acres for skiing and snowboarding.


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