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Mining Park City's culinary riches
Silver once was the lure that brought people to this tiny town nestled in Wasatch Range some 40 miles east of Salt Lake City. Now it's the Olympics-caliber skiing and the stars of the silver screen who descend every January, when the Sundance Film Festival is in full swing. But whatever brings visitors to Park City, it's the more than 100 restaurants and watering holes that keep them fed and happy.
By Bill Daley, Tribune Newspapers
December 27, 2013