Flashback to Sundance! Janice took us to the "Audience Award: Dramatic Winner" screening on closing night of Sundance Film Festival. After the movie we hit Main Street and scored an incredible parking spot right in front of Easy Street—
it was meant to be. We went downstairs to "Bar Boheme—
The Bar at Easy Street" for casual late night yummies.
Acai Sour, Winner of the 2010 Park City Cocktail Contest. Janice ordered these neon blue drinks because she's partial to words like "winner" and I guess we were celebrating. We are such lightweights—could barely make it past a few sips ;) Plus, I know this sounds lame, but I kept thinking about Windex—I have issues with blue Gatorade too ;'/ Sauteed Mussels, with herbs, white wine, tomato sauce & grilled bread, (big bowl) $25. Perfectly fat and juicy mussels arrive in an addicting piquant tomato broth. They never screw up the mussels here—so fabulously tasty. Dip the toasty baguette.
Easy Street Burger, apple-wood smoked bacon, blue cheese, red onion & roasted garlic, $11. Good thing we split this—there was no way we could possibly finish an entire burger without help. Medium-rare, rich blue cheese, omg. Best burger EVER.
Can you guess what the Sundance Film Festival "Dramatic Winner" selection was from the scene below? Can't remember remember the name, but it was pretty typical—lesbian, Muslim, coming-of-age, rebellious, bad girl, girl-power movie with subtitles...
Ms. Lauryn Hill sings her soul out—big posse, big hair, big fur, tons of bling, tons of smoke, packed house...
Then to House of Blues Foundation Room for...
...Nelly where it was INSANE—wild mob scene.
Judie busting out signs with Bishop Lamonte.
Dave Greene, The Filthy Souls, on guitar.
Nancy Nichols...texting, legs, heels, blonde ;)
Long lost blast to the past soulmate Damon Whitaker xx
And some rastafari mellow vibes of happiness...The Wailers
At The Yard with Aigroeg et al...
Far East Movement
rock the house, close-up pix by Hilary Reiter
(you looked amazing in that sparkly top!).
Back to the Playboy Lounge
Kalup Linzy and James Franco, Three's Company: The Drama. Blonde wigs everywhere. Mellow times with ZackD.
Poet and Lucy...
Jennifer Siebel Newsom (San Fran mayor's wife) introduced her movie documentary Miss Representation
which was shown inside Temple Har Shalom
Ruth and I (and a ton of other women) sat as the audience (bunches of feminists) and film makers analyzed...sexism, male-bashing (?), media's depiction of women...
Meanwhile on the slopes, the snow was perfect and we practically owned the mountain. Michael, my little ripper, killin' it.
Baddest racerboys ever, Arman and Max. Life is good! xo
For more of my Sundance and Chefdance, click on:Bar Boheme—The Bar at Easy Street
Located inside Easy Street, downstairs, part of The Sky Lodge.
201 Heber Avenue
Park City, UT 84060
Open Daily 7am-6pm
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