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Park City – Deer Valley Resort has opened a new restaurant at the Lodges at Deer Valley. Located less than half a mile from the base of Deer Valley Resort, the Lodge's new restaurant, called The Brass Tag, features Deer Valley-inspired comfort food, specializing in brick oven cuisine. The Brass Tag serves dinner nightly from 5:30 to 9 p.m. year-round. A full bar is also available from 4 to 10 p.m. nightly.
Deer Valley Resort executive chef Jodie Rogers and sous chef Ryan Swarts oversee The Brass Tag's menu offerings. Swarts started his career at the resort in 2009 as an assistant chef at Fireside Dining and Deer Valley Grocery~Café. He most recently held the positions of Fireside Dining assistant sous chef and Snow Park banquet chef.
Among the menu items are house cured duck and parma prosciutto flatbread, cheddar truffle chive spätzle, tandoori rubbed quail, oven fired chimichurri chips and wood oven shrimp skillets.
“As one of Deer Valley Resort's premier lodging choices, we are excited to bring Deer Valley's renowned cuisine to the Lodges at Deer Valley,” said Julie Wilson, director of food and beverage for Deer Valley Resort.
The restaurant’s name was chosen in keeping with Deer Valley Resort's mining history. Miners used brass tags hung on a board to check in and out of work in the mines. If a brass tag remained on the board at the end of a shift, then everyone knew to launch a search. The brass tag concept has been incorporated into the look and feel of the restaurant's décor, menus and merchandise.