• Hearth and Hill Opening Early December in Park City

     
    POSTED November 27, 2018
     

Hearth and Hill restaurant is set to open soon in Park City, Utah. The 192-seat restaurant features an innovative menu in a newly constructed, upscale-casual environment. An official opening is targeted for the week of December 17, 2018, but reservations will open December 1st.

The space will include a spacious patio and 36-seat private dining room, each with a fireplace, as well as an assortment of other seating options. Hearth and Hill will also have a full bar, equipped with big-screen TVs, and will serve draft beers and a signature make-your-own Old-Fashioned complete with seasonal liqueurs and house-made ingredients. Other perks will include live music and convenient free parking, will be open daily year-round for lunch and dinner, take-out included.

Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer, former manager of Daly’s Pub at Montage Deer Valley and Sundance Resort’s Zoom restaurant, has assembled an extraordinary team of local culinary talent, including General Manager Mia Yue (Firewood, High West), executive chef Jordan Harvey (Zoom, Sundance Resort), Assistant General Manager Kendall Kelley (High West), and chef de cuisine Adam Walker (Handle, Yuki Yama).

“My dream of opening a restaurant in a community I love is finally coming to fruition with Hearth and Hill,” said Kirchheimer. “I couldn’t ask for a better team of restaurant professionals to create this unique space and menu for Park City’s discerning foodie crowd. Together, we look forward to providing a gathering spot that is fun and memorable for one and all.”

After 25 years in business, InnSight Hotel Management Group has changed its name to Mereté Hotel Management. The new name and logo were announced by President Richard Boyles at the annual company meeting held at the Holiday Inn Springfield.   

Every January, the company comes together for an annual leadership conference. This year’s conference included a celebration of the company’s 25-year history and was used as an opportunity to reveal the new name and logo to company associates.

 

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As editor of Colorado Meetings + Events, I’m fortunate to attend a variety of grand openings.