Sept. 18-20, 2013
Park City, Utah
Treasure Mountain Inn
Utah's world-class snow, the annual Sundance Film Festival and the 2002
Winter Olympics have made Park City a favorite destination for winter
sports enthusiasts and film fanatics.
But this mountain town, just 45 minutes from The Salt Lake City
International Airport, also boast nearly 100 restaurant and bars,
making it a hot spot for those who love top-quality food and wine. (And
you thought you couldn't get a drink in Utah.)
One of the best times to experience this historic mining town is in the
fall when the Wasatch Mountains pop with fall colors and produce from
local farms is plentiful.
Those who attend the 2013 Association of Food Journalist conference
will stay at the Treasure Mountain Inn. From this boutique hotel you
will be able to walk to dozens of award-winning restaurants, take a
tour of a whiskey distillery and explore how food and film are
intertwined. And because Utah is home to the International Dutch Oven
Society, you'll celebrate the state's pioneer heritage with lesson on
In between all the food and fun, experts in the field will help you improve your writing skills and manage our careers.
See you in September,
Kathy Stephenson, Salt Lake Tribune