Savor the Summit brings summer’s biggest dinner party back to Main St. Saturday evening, with hundreds of diners enjoying choice menu and wine pairings prepared by local restauranteurs at a communal table running down the center of Main Street.

Now that tickets to the “Grande Table” have sold out, the question of the hour is where to take the party after dessert.

With a brand new summer cocktail menu and music by local favorite Holy Water Buffalo, look no further than Tupelo, conveniently located in the center of Main St. Gather in the upstairs bar for a host of enticing palate pleasers including the cocktail of the evening, a Brigham City Apricot Bourbon Sun Tea, with several other intelligent creations including:

Renata Daiquiri

A play on the Hemingway Daiquiri, "Renata" means "born again" and was also a Hemingway character.  Featuring a blend of summer flavors including Bacardi Rum, Luxardo Maraschino, Grapefruit & Lime Juices, Salted Watermelon, and Lavender Syrup.

Meadowlark Martini

This delicious cocktail marries vegetables and liquor, evoking the aromas of fields and flowers.  Beehive Gin, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Housemade Tomatillo Juice, Dandelion Bitters

Trinidad Tricycle

Take a ride on the wild side with a punchy creation that is both sweet and snappy.  Jamaican Rum, Angostura Bitters, Orgeat Syrup, Lime, Pineapple, Egg Whites

The name 'tupelo' is derived from famed tupelo honey, native to the American Southeast. Tupelo trees bloom for a brief, spectacular moment and the delicate honey produced from their sunburst-shaped blossoms is considered the gold standard of honeys. Tupelo honey is a labor-of -love, as is Chef Harris' relentless exploration of food terroir. Park City's tupelo reflects the adaptation of Chef Harris' Southern roots to the Beehive State and is inspired by the hyper-local, small-scale production model that bees epitomize.

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