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New! Culinary Crafts Pop-Up Restaurants

Date night just got a whole lot more delicious.

With a thriving 30-year catering company, new headquarters in Pleasant Grove, an event venue in downtown Salt Lake City, and a reality TV show in the works (really), it should come as no surprise that Mary Crafts-Homer is adding another yummy item to her Culinary Crafts plate.

Beginning this month, she’s launching a series of Culinary Crafts pop-up restaurants. The one-night-only dinners offer a one-of-a-kind foodie experience and a chance to taste what Culinary Crafts is all about (we’re looking at you, brides- and grooms-to-be).

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Culinary Crafts plated salad and bread course | Photo by Pepper Nix

The first pop-up restaurant, a farm-to-fork feast, is Friday, August 28, at Snuck Farm in Pleasant Grove. Culinary Crafts partnered with Snuck Farm to create a 10-course dinner inspired by the venue’s locally grown produce. The menu includes Utah trout smoked over cherry wood with corn pudding, New York strip steak with tarragon mushroom béarnaise, chicken roulade with peach and cashew stuffing, a flight of local cheeses, and roasted strawberry chocolate-chip shortcake. If that’s not enough to fill you up, the evening also features live music, farm tours, and a chance to meet the growers, Page and Brian Westover, as well as Culinary Crafts Chef David and Crafts-Homer herself.

Snuck Farm in Pleasant Grove | Photo by Ashley Eakle
Snuck Farm in Pleasant Grove | Photo by Ashley Eakle

Attendance is limited to 50 guests and only a few seats are left! Tickets are $100 and must be purchased in advance; tickets are on sale through Wednesday evening online.

Can’t make it on Friday? Stay tuned for future Culinary Crafts pop-up restaurants happening this fall.