“With this new Main Street gathering space, we are further immersing Talisker Club into the vibrant downtown Park City dining scene, elevating the city as a national epicurean destination.”
PARK CITY, Utah (PRWEB) July 18, 2019
Talisker Club, Park City’s only private four-club community uniquely offered under one membership, has announced the grand opening of its newest venue, Courchevel – A Talisker Club Bistro, the newest dining and gathering space located on renowned Main Street at 201 Heber Avenue in downtown Park City. Led by Talisker Club’s seasoned Executive Chef, Clement Gelas, Courchevel Bistro features artfully crafted, inventive French-European inspired cuisine with a fine dining restaurant, café-bakery, dessert bar and a members only private indoor-outdoor lounge and patio. Following the acquisition of Main Street’s historic Coal & Lumber building, Talisker Club reimagined the 5,422 square-foot space to deliver a special offering that does not currently exist on Main Street, all the while preserving an iconic and enduring piece of Park City history.
Named after Park City’s sister city in the French Alps, Courchevel Bistro provides club members direct access to Main Street, Park City Mountain’s Town Lift and their own private respite on America’s most famous mountain thoroughfare meanwhile offering Park City residents and visitors a chance to savor Talisker Club’s legendary hospitality and culinary inventiveness.
“Courchevel Bistro introduces authentic French-European inspired cuisine through Chef Clement’s unique vision, brought to life with Talisker Club’s world-class service,” says Mark Enderle, CEO of Storied Development, LLC, developer of Talisker Club. “With this new Main Street gathering space, we are further immersing Talisker Club into the vibrant downtown Park City dining scene, elevating the city as a national epicurean destination.”
Prepared with only the freshest local ingredients, Courchevel Bistro now offers a wide array of organic foods, juices, seasonal farm-to-table selections, evolving specials and more. Its opening lunch menu includes dishes such as corn bisque with crawfish and crostini and a croque monsieur sandwich with Niman Ranch ham, golf creek swiss and béchamel cheese. Opening dinner menu features slow roasted rack of pork with potato farcement, mesclun greens and juniper berries sauce and lamb roulade with white bean ragout, roasted tomatoes and caraway. Adjacent to the Bistro, the café-bakery offers coffee and freshly baked breads, pastries and snack selections throughout the day. Transforming to a dessert bar in the evening, guests can enjoy an equally well-curated specialty craft cocktails and French wine list imported from Rhône Valley, Southern Rhône, Bordeaux, Burgundy and more.
Courchevel Bistro Café-Bakery is open daily from 8 A.M to 4 P.M. The Bistro is open daily for dinner from 5 P.M. to 10 P.M. To make reservations or for general inquiries, please visit http://www.CourchevelBistro.com or call (435) 572-4398.
About Talisker Club
Talisker Club is Park City’s only four-club private community presenting an incomparable collection of mountain, Main Street, backcountry and country clubs. All highlighted by a distinct collection of venues including landmark ski-in/ski-out at the Tower Club at Empire Pass at Deer Valley and signature golf and family amenities at Tuhaye. Talisker Club is developed and managed through Storied Deer Valley, LLC – a Storied Development, LLC company. http://www.TaliskerClub.com
About Storied Deer Valley, LLC
Storied Deer Valley, LLC is a company lead by Storied Development, LLC, a partnership of seasoned real estate executives, Mark Enderle and Mark Yarborough. The partners have a 30-year track record of success in the development, marketing, sales and operation of private club communities throughout the continental U.S., Hawaii, Caribbean, and Mexico. http://www.StoriedLiving.com
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