Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy a fresh, earthbound meal with today's Groupon to The Farm, located in the Grand Summit Hotel within Canyons Resort in Park City. Choose between the following two options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth at New American lunch fare.
- For $35, you get $70 worth of New American dinner fare.
Executive chef John Murcko, named Best Chef in Utah by Salt Lake magazine, culls seasonal ingredients sourced within 200 miles of Park City to craft The Farm's menu of inventive American fare. Warm up your taste buds with a savory starter such as Farm Rockefeller, made of pork belly, spinach, and beehive cheese ($12), before flexing your molars on more hearty fare. The grilled Summit County rib eye arrives with an entourage of creamy blue-cheese mashed-potato grits ($36), and the Mountain Valley Utah blue rainbow trout tags along with sweet potato hash ($29). Nestled in the Canyons Resort village, The Farm is a slope-side eatery that invites skiers to come thaw out near the fireplace, take in scenic mountain views, and relish a seasonal menu that changes more frequently than the pitch in a Neil Young B-side.
When The Farm’s executive chef John Murcko looks for ingredients he keeps his search limited to within about 200 miles of Park City. He and his culinary team gather the ingredients from local farms and artisan producers and fuse these elements into plates of regional cuisine that change with the season.
This commitment to food such as pulled-pork corn dogs, rib eye with mashed-potato grits, and Utah blue rainbow trout fresh from a local lake or aquarium has earned the rustic restaurant the title of Best New Restaurant in Salt Lake magazine's 2012 Dining Awards. Servers ferry these dishes and more through indoor and outdoor dining spaces with views of Ski Beach and towering mountains.