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Westgate Park City Resort & Spa Debuts Drafts Burger Bar

April 10, 2018 Industry News
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Westgate Park City Resort & Spa has rebranded its casual dining restaurant to focus on what it does best—burgers. The new Drafts Burger Bar, also referred to as DBB, replaces Drafts Sports Bar & Grill, and focuses its menu on high-quality unique burger options ranging from the traditional burger to the Southern Hospitality, featuring barbecue pulled pork and thousand island dressing, to the Land of the Rising Bun, which tops the burger with kimchi, a fried egg, avocado and teriyaki glaze.

After earning recognition for the best burger in the state for the fifth consecutive year by Best of State, Executive Chef Ivan Ruiz rethemed the restaurant around its most popular dish.  Ruiz introduced a new menu offering long-time favorites while introducing several completely new food and drink innovations. 

“This change was prompted by our customers, to ensure we’re giving them what they want,” Ruiz says. “We took the burgers that were the most beloved and built an entire menu around those staples.”

In addition to the new custom burgers, Drafts Burger Bar introduces its own line of indulgent shakes to pair with the burgers. Shake options include: Wake Me Up Before You Coco which includes an entire chocolate donut as a garnish; Vanilla Ice, topped with a Twinkie; and I Want All the Puppies, featuring Oreo cookies, vanilla ice cream and Ho Hos and of which, a portion of its proceeds will be donated to the local no-kill animal sanctuary, Nuzzles & Co.  

The restaurant offers an extensive selection of draft and bottled beer offerings, including many locally brewed options, along with custom cocktails and variety of wines.

Other menu options include wings, sides and salads. The restaurant offers an enclosed wraparound deck so guests can enjoy the spectacular slope-side views of Park City Resort year-round.

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