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Dine About Returns To Park City

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For two weeks this month, hungry locals and visitors alike have a chance to sample the options available at Park City restaurants, with the seventh annual Dine About event.

Ginger Wicks, the Executive Director of the Park City Area Restaurant Association, said there are 34 restaurants participating. She said the event begins on October 6th, this Sunday, and runs until the 20th.

She said it’s a chance for patrons to find some great deals at local eateries.

“The participating restaurants offer either a $10 lunch, two-course lunch, or a $15 two-course lunch, or a three-course dinner at $20 or $40,” Wicks explained. “And some restaurants offer all those options. Some offer just one option, or they can choose at what level, and how many options they want to offer.”

She said that there’s no restriction on the number of people going to a given restaurant.

“You can go to our website, which is “parkcityrestaurants.com” You can see all of the different restaurants that are participating, and at what price point they’re participating, and also see their Dine About menus,” Wicks said. “Some of them have a set menu for the length of the promotion. Some of them are even changing it up daily, so you can go back multiple times and enjoy different menu items on any given day.”

Ginger Wicks from the Park City Area Restaurant Association. For more details, you can go online to “parkcityrestaurants.com”

Known for getting all the facts right, as well as his distinctive sign-off, Rick covers Summit County meetings and issues. KPCW snagged him from The Park Record in the '80s, and he's been on air and covering the entire county ever since. He produces the Week In Review podcast, as well a heads the Friday Film Review team.
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