Park City ski season kicks off with a unique and breathtaking afternoon and lunch on St. Regis Deer Valley Ski Beach


Clear 1600 sq. Ft. Structure with raw bar and menu by chef Matthew Harris, lounge and table seating, huge outdoor patio with roaring fireplace and heated seats; Daily live music

Park City, Utah ( St. Regis Valley of the Deer, one of the most luxurious mountain resorts in the world, has announced its new Après et Déjeuner fair, The vintage bedroom at the St. Regis Deer Valley. The unique and beautiful The vintage bedroom will add to the resort’s already robust dining scene.

The vintage bedroom at the St. Regis Deer Valley is a beautiful, bright, heated 1,600 square foot structure with vaulted ceilings located at the edge of the slopes along one of Deer Valley Resort’s beautifully groomed ski slopes. Put away your skis and enter The vintage bedroom from the Deer Hollow Ski Trail through one of the three sets of double patio doors or through the main resort building walkway. The vintage bedroom features a 30 foot wooden bar behind which a St. Regis mixologist creates signature cocktails and where a chef prepares all sea bass orders raw and hulls the oysters. A display case features fresh seafood, which is flown daily, and includes clams, oysters, snow crab legs and rock crab claws. An elevated VIP area offers a bird’s eye view of all activities and offers wine and champagne service in addition to cocktails, beer and soft drinks. Take a seat in one of the seating areas or at a table. Modern chandeliers sparkle and reflect the pristine powder on the outside.

Or, relax and enjoy the Afterlife on the spacious outdoor patio with heated seats surrounding a roaring fire pit from which one can take in views of Deer Hollow Run and the Wasatch Channel while listening to live music every day. days. The vintage bedroom attracts skiers and non-skiers alike with food and drink available indoors and out under the cornflower blue skies so common in Deer Valley. Pictures here.

The vintage bedroom The menu, which showcases the best raw seafood, is led by local Michelin-starred chef Mathew Harris and includes east and west coast oysters, squid and octopus ceviche, Maine crab claws, RIME clam chowder. , crab salad rolls and spicy roast prawns, served with a Maine lobster salad, turkey chili and creamy tomato soup, served with cheddar popcorn and sourdough croutons .

All kinds of libations will be served at The vintage bedroom, including signature St. Regis cocktails such as the Pumpkin Infused Poe, SRDV‘s takes on the Hot Toddy, and the extraordinarily popular Bloody Mary 7452, named for the rise of the station. Wines from a leading New Zealand winemaker will be featured along with a selection of 10,000 bottles from the resort’s wine cellar. The extensive beer menu also includes the new St. Regis Signature beers: Cousin Jack, Tipsy Trolley, Main Street Mexican Lager and Skeleton Saison, made with blackcurrant and tart cherries.

Park City ski season kicks off with a unique and breathtaking afternoon and lunch on St. Regis Deer Valley Ski Beach

general manager of St. Regis Valley of the Deersaid Mr. Tyler Mugford: “The Vintage Room is sure to be a lively and fun destination for the afternoon and lunch and is emblematic of another high mountain experience that the St. Regis Deer Valley is striving to provide. ” offer hotel guests, residents and visitors. . The Vintage Room is a perfect complement to the After and Resort dining offerings which include RIME, St. Regis Bar, Terrace Café, Brasserie 7452 and Wine Vault.

Seats at The vintage bedroom, open every day, is accessible on a first come, first served basis, with the exception of the VIP area, for which reservations are possible and which can accommodate up to ten people. There is a minimum for VIP area reservations. Please call (435) 940-5700 or access The vintage bedroom site for information. Images of St. Regis Valley of the Deer can be viewed here.

Located in Park City, Utah, St. Regis Valley of the Deer is a year-round luxury mountain destination with direct access to the ski slopes on the slopes of the # 1 rated Deer Valley Resort. The hotel has 173 guest rooms comprised of spacious one, two, three and four bedroom suites and large private residences, including the recently completed St. Regis Deer Valley Residences, Snow Park. The hotel’s exquisite amenities include the only cable car in a North American ski resort, 24-hour butler service, 14,000 square foot Remède Spa, state-of-the-art athletic club, outdoor swimming pool at heated overflow year-round and year-round recreational activities offered on the property. The resort offers six distinct restaurants, including the famous RIME in St. Regis Valley of the Deer; the ever popular St. Regis Bar and the 10,000-bottle wine cellar. St. Regis Valley of the Deer is conveniently located 39 miles from SLC International Airport and just one mile from the shops and restaurants of Park City’s historic Main Street. For reservations and additional information, please access


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