Goldener Hirsch announces first annual flame-to-table dinner celebrating the summer solstice

PARK CITY, Utah — The Goldener Hirsch Restaurant is unveiling its first annual Summer Solstice Celebration. On June 20, in honor of the longest day of the year, Goldener Hirsch will channel its Austrian roots, bringing the time-honored Bavarian Bergfeuer tradition of a firelit jubilee to Deer Valley.

Every summer solstice, Bavarian and Austrian mountains are lit with fires to symbolize the power of the sun, ward away evil, and welcome the bounty of the season. Taking inspiration from this tradition, Goldener Hirsch’s “flame-to-table” dinner is centered around the power and symbolism of fire.
Executive Chef Senthil Krishnamurthy said in a statement, “Preparing dinner over an open flame allows guests to watch and interact as we create a communal meal utilizing the freshest local ingredients produced during the season of the sun.” 
Goldener Hirsch.
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The market, flower bar, and social hour begin at 6 p.m., and dinner starts promptly at 7 p.m.

Craft a bespoke floral arrangement at the flower bar to adorn the communal table, adding your creative touch to the evening’s ambiance. 

Various local artisans and purveyors will also join in on the festivities for an interactive market, including Flower Bar Co.Chez Nibs Chocolates and ConfectionsGold Creek FarmSalt Lake Brewing Company, and Caputo’s Market & Deli. Live music will be performed by the beloved local duo, the June Brothers, while curated cocktails and mocktails will be served. 

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