A New Year’s Eve Pop-up for Foodies!

Not familiar with our pop-ups? Check out the video above.

A New Year’s Eve for Foodies
at The Tasting Room
8:00 pm to 12:30 am
Sunday, December 31st, 2017
357 West 200 South
Salt Lake City, UT

This is a foodies delight, a dining event, not, just a dinner
Music for the evening by DJ Rob Ferre

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$240 per person
Profits from this event will be donated to HEAL UTAH and UCAIR –
Utah’s quality of life and its appeal to tourists could not be more important to the Culinary Crafts family. Primary among the greatest threats to our physical health and our economic livelihood is Utah’s poor air quality. We couldn’t think of a better cause to support on our last, largest, and most elaborate popup dinner of 2017. All profits from the event will be donated to UCAIR, and a matching donation will be made to HEAL Utah, two groups working tirelessly to help address this crisis.”


the barrel
barrel aged High West old fashioned
barrel aged Beehive gimlet
barrel aged cherry soda (non-alcoholic)
Note: Check out recent blog post about Ryan’s barrel aging process: https://www.culinarycrafts.com/culinary-craftss-annual-nye-pop-preview-cocktails/

the orchard
stone fruit preserves with Ahi tuna and shaved foie gras

the larder
french toast, buttermilk syrup, crème fraiche, and caviar

the mill
garlic levain, black pepper brioche, and whole wheat breads

the pot
black garlic bisque with fried green tomato croutons

the farm
squash and citrus salad with sorrel rhubarb dressing

the sea
smoked sea scallop, fresh uni, and creamed corn

the range
fried chicken with pickled radish, kumquat, and ginger salad

the pasture
dry-aged barrel-cut rib-eye with parsnip and truffle risotto

the old world
pomegranate, basil and calvados sorbetto

the oven
olive oil cake with caramel zabaglione, poached pear, and olive oil pecan granola

the cave
Utah Artisan cheese selections, and CC selections of
raw honey, homemade jam, toast and lavosh

the barrel (again)
cognac 75

the conche
Amano, Ritual, and Millcreek chocolates
the price
$240 per person

optional wine pairings
$33 per person – includes all 4 of Culinary Crafts private label wines
$100 per person – includes 6 wines meticulously selected by our certified sommelier
A $20 / bottle corkage fee applies to all outside wines

A cash bar will be available, serving wines by the glass and bottle, local beers and the barrel aged cocktails

A New Year’s Eve for Foodies
8:00 pm to 12:30 am
Sunday, December 31st, 2017
at The Tasting Room
357 West 200 South
Salt Lake City, UT

Click Here to Purchase Tickets
Click Here for Gift Certificates

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Culinary Crafts wins a
CATIE for “Best Barbecue Event”!


Speaking of grilling and great food, you might be interested to know that Culinary Crafts received the “Best Barbecue” award from the International Caterers Association this year. Caterers from around the globe compete for this honor, and we are thrilled that our barbecue was deemed the best of them all!


SLM_MA16_Cover-1-102x131 “…So the news of a caterer presenting a pop-up restaurant is tempting—it’s like being invited to one of the most exclusive parties in town. –Mary Brown Malouf, Editor, Salt Lake Magazine

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Welcome to the pop-up, also known as limited-edition, underground dining catering to the “experiential diner”—someone who values a transformative experience as much as an unforgettable menu. Pop-ups can be a one-time only event, or they can take place regularly over a few weeks or even years. They’re often in an atypical setting—an art gallery, a boutique, a greenhouse—that provides an intimate, unexpected venue for a limited number of guests who pay as much as $100 to $150 for their repas.

Culinary Crafts is dedicated to the one-and-done model, delivering a one-time menu at a one-time location, and moving to an all-new venue the next time. Mary and her chefs place a special emphasis on locally sourced foods. Their recent pop-up, for example, featured torched Utah goat cheese, mesquite-grilled Rocky Mountain trout, sous vide Double R Ranch rib eye, local cheese and Amano chocolate and Utah apple crostata.

“It’s not just about the food,” she adds. “It’s the whole experience: the pairing of wines, the location, the sharing of where the cheeses come from, how gelato is made, how to properly taste chocolate.”

An online review from Jeff Rust
“My wife and I have attended 2 pop-up dinners and they are incredible. It is Culinary Crafts at it’s finest. I would recommend Culinary Crafts for any fine occasion or anytime you really want to impress.”