Our award-winning restaurant Takibi is heading to Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah, June 16 through 25. The summer pop-up offers a rare opportunity for Utah residents to enjoy a taste of Takibi’s innovative food and drink program. Guests will enjoy a culinary experience that melds traditional Japanese techniques with seasonal ingredients. Two events will take place: the Takibi Omakase on Sunday, June 18 in the Tree Room, and a week-long pop-up at the Owl Bar.
Takibi Omakase in the Tree Room
Date: Sunday, June 18
Seatings: Seatings at 5 pm and 8 pm, 18 guests per seating. Reservations here.
Menu: Ten-course omakase Cost: $250 per person (optional beverage pairing available for $75) Location: The Tree Room's private dining room, The Library, features a fireplace and houses Robert Redford's private book and art collection. At the Takibi Omakase dinner, guests will have the chance to indulge in ten special courses by Takibi Executive Chef Cody Auger. Dishes include abalone with spruce tips and black truffle; scallop with ramp miso and crispy spring onion; chawanmushi with oyster, caviar and chive; and Wagyu with morel and asparagus. Additionally, Takibi's Bar Manager Alexandra Anderson will offer an elevated beverage pairing menu to accompany the omakase. To commemorate the event, each guest will receive a special gift of a pair of Snow Peak chopsticks presented in a limited-edition Sundance leather case.
Takibi At The Owl Bar
Date: June 16-25
Seating: No reservation required.
Menu: A la carte menu features a dozen signature Takibi dishes and cocktails using ingredients sourced from Utah and Japan Cost: $8 - $20 Location: The Owl Bar. Discovered by Robert Redford, it was restored and moved from Thermopolis, Wyoming to Sundance Mountain Resort. The Takibi pop-up at the Owl Bar will provide guests with an extended opportunity to savor a selection of Takibi's most popular dishes including the albacore warayaki with tosazu, ginger and negi; chicken karaage with shio koji and lemon; black cod, charcoal grilled with chickpea miso; saba shioyaki, grilled mackerel with lemon and daikon oroshi; and tofu donuts. Alongside the delectable menu, Anderson's skillfully crafted cocktail menu will feature drinks incorporating ingredients from both Utah and Japan, plus Takibi Classics like the Nori Green Tea Punch and Takibi Highball. Anderson will be bartending during the opening weekend (June 16-18), adding her expertise and flair to the dining experience. For reservations and more information, please click the link here.
The Takibi Pop-Up is the beginning of a larger partnership between Snow Peak and Sundance Mountain Resort. Additionally, this year’s Snow Peak Way Central campout will be held on the mountain June 23rd-25th, coinciding with the last weekend of the pop-up and allowing campers to partake in the experience. For those unable visit us at Sundance Mountain Resort, Takibi is open Monday through Friday from 5pm-9pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11am-2pm and 5pm-9pm. Additionally, we recently released a number of recipes for dishes and drinks straight off the menu!