Cafe Terigo Park City

Cafe Terigo, Park City UT

Reviewed by Becky

A bitter sweet ending to my job in Park City. I have known for several weeks now that the company I work for was going through a huge financial crisis. As one of the largest employers in Park City we’ve gone through 3 rounds of layoffs. Weeks and weeks of the unknown has been excruciating, not knowing if the company would get financial backing or not. At this point we still don’t if there will be ‘bailout’ but the leaders of the company decided to give an ‘unpaid business leave of absence’ to lots of employees today, me included, with a rehire date of June 1st. So, as of today there is only one person left in the marketing department a few corporate employees, and enough staff for the business to operate. The company is going through a similar situation as General Motors but on a smaller scale. So, what does a foodie do when they get laid off, well of course, I go to my favorite Park City spot for lunch with some good friends. They treated me to my favorite meal at Cafe Terigo on Main Street- Risotto with Roasted Chicken, Asparagus, and Sun Dried Cherries and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.

For those of you who haven’t been to Cafe Terigo- its an absolute must, especially if you are there during the lunch hour. They are one of the only fine dining spots open for lunch and they have an excellent lunch menu with salmon salad, chicken pesto panini, Asian chicken salad, artisan pizza, and of course the risotto! The patio is open so, you can enjoy the Main Street and mountain views as you sip on a glass of red wine or their special Arnold Palmer. Cafe Terigo is the perfect comfort or the perfect celebration spot.

I decided to view all of this in celebration, excited to see what’s next and glad for the experience and friends I’ve made along the way. I’m not sure what’s next but I’ll keep you posted for sure!

Comments (7)

  1. So sorry to hear about this! I’m glad you took yourself out for a treat. By the way, I replied to your message about the French Yogurt cake on my blog and gave a link to the recipe. Thanks – mary the food librarian

  2. Hey Becky! Sorry to hear about your job. It’s such a hard time for so many people right now. I’m sure everything will work out!

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