For the kiddies or your own sweet tooth.
Neither did I. I'm not a huge S'Mores fan in it's simplest form. So, I probably wouldn't be forking over between $8 to $12 or more for the upscale versions. I can see the appeal, though.
This is great, shake801, thanks for sharing. I had a speaking gig at The Montage last summer and spent a couple nights. Honest to God, they really do this every night. Amazing cultural deal outside around an open fire. Kind of blew me away.
Also, Bourbon and Burgers is super pricey but, wow, is it good.
Thanks for sharing.
When I ate at Stein's in March at the front desk they had a big casserole thing of smores. It looks similar to the image underneath the Park City Section.
And of course Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory / Dolly's bookstore has all kinds of Fun chocolate (and other flavors) treats.
Thanks for sharing!
What a fun😃 article! They all look delicious!
The Park Hyatt in Beaver Creek sets up a Create-Your-Own S'mores Bar around the slopeside firepit every afternoon apres' ski. They've been doing it for 20+ years.
My favorite times are when the Chef serves handmade gourmet marshmallows flavored with Grand Marnier, Irish Cream, & Amaretto 😋
And they're all Free.