Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Grub Steak Restaurant Offering 36 Percent Dining Discounts

Through May and June, Park City's Grub Steak Restaurant will offer a 36 percent discount on any dinner entrées, in order to celebrate its 36th year in business.
It’s a “Locals Appreciation” deal to thank those who have kept the restaurant in business since 1976.

“We’re truly honored to be part of this community,” said Hans Fuegi, Grub Steak’s owner since 1991. “While other restaurants have come and gone, we’ve stayed at our original location in Prospector Square. Our longevity, I believe, comes from three things that have remained constant since we first opened: our emphasis on top-quality ingredients bought from local sources whenever possible, our hospitality, and our investment in this community.”

Grub Steak buys its bone-in meat cuts from a premier butcher in Denver. Many of the steaks are hand-cut on-site by chef Brian Moody and his brother Greg, who have been with the restaurant for 30 and 27 years respectively.
The Certified Angus Beef for the Grub Steak’s hamburger patties is ground on the premises and presented on a home-baked black sesame kaiser roll, giving  Fuegi the confidence to declare that Grub Steak serves one of the best burgers in Park City, if not anywhere west of the Mississippi.

Likewise, the restaurant’s desserts and famous beer bread are made fresh in-house. During the summer, Grub Steak’s chef personally browses the stalls at Park City’s weekly farmer’s market to select which seasonal produce to buy.

“I do believe that this commitment to craftsmanship – from selecting the ingredients to the cooking that goes on in our kitchen – has helped establish the reputation the Grub Steak has enjoyed for the past 36 years,” Fuegi said.

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