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Ski-Town Eats: Deer Valley

Visitors flock to this alpine ski resort for the Olympic-worthy slopes and upscale amenities, but the impressive variety of on-site grub secures Deer Valley's position as one of Utah's can't-miss locales.

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Welcome to Deer Valley

Just a 45-minute car or shuttle ride from the Salt Lake City Airport, Deer Valley has more than 2,000 acres of ski slopes. And after making their longest run (2.8 miles), you'll certainly have worked up an appetite for one of these prime in-town eats.

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Breakfast: Snow Park Restaurant

Each day from 8 to 10:30 a.m. there's a breakfast buffet with freshly baked pastries and made-to-order entrees. Start light with housemade granola and low-fat yogurt, or Irish oatmeal with a drizzle of Vermont maple syrup. Or, for something that'll really stick to your ribs, opt for huevos rancheros or an omelet filled with house-smoked salmon.
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Lunch: Bald Mountain Pho

Combat winter chills after the slopes with a bowl of warming Vietnamese pho, for just $13.75. Diners can choose between beef and ginger-mushroom broth, then add sliced Wagyu beef or tofu and shiitake mushrooms with glass noodles. All of the bowls are served with toppings of bean sprouts, lime, Thai basil, sliced chiles and mint.
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Apres-Ski: The Brass Tag

If cheese is your thing, you'll be glad to learn thatThe Brass Tag at Deer Valley features a Meadowlark Double Cream Brie plate, which is served with foraged elderberry jelly, housemade whole-grain mustard and pickles. Other cheese options (and there are many) are curated by Belgian cheese maker Corinne Cornet-Coniglio, who is also the owner of Fromage Without Borders, which promotes gourmet cheese in the U.S. If cheese isn’t your thing, go for the freshly baked pretzels with dipping sauces, or the chocolate chip cookie skillet. 
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