Monday, September 8, 2008

Guerrillas in the Mist

How many dinner courses can you handle? What about 10? This week, through Sept. 13, Talisker Executive Chef Gavin Baker is operating one of this country’s first “guerrilla” restaurants, a place called Mist.

Guerrilla dining -- intentionally temporary restaurants open for a limited engagement and then poof! they’re gone -- is currently the rage in the U.K. Such is the case with Mist, which is located this week at Park City’s Rikka Studio, but will vanish by next. Each evening, Chef Baker will create a unique one-off 10-course dinner menu wine for an intimate evening (limited to 20 attendees nightly), priced at $250 each, including wine pairings.

When the Mist dinners end, Baker will take a leave of absence from Talisker for a stint of extensive study and the world’s second-rated restaurant: The Fat Duck in England. For tickets, call Jane Sahagian at Rikka Studio (435) 649-6445 or go to Don’t miss out on one of the coolest dining experiences ever to hit Utah. (Ted Scheffler)

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