Skiing, four seasons, friendly people, and the breathtaking outdoors.
Just a handfull of reasons explaining why I love Utah.
Here’s a photo from a gorgeous weekend with the family up in the Park City area.

One of our favorite views on the way to our family cabin: The Jordanelle Reservoir.

The Loco Lizard: a perfect family location for all of our nights necessities.
Live sports coverage (not to worry, there was a t.v. for every possible angle).
And most importantly, satisfying home-made Mexican eats.
Starter chips and salsa.
All chips, salsa, tortillas, entrees (yes everything) home-made.  Finally.
(Finally as in: there isn’t a decent place for Mexican food within miles of  
West Yellowstone.)
Served warm and salty with a unique “roasted tomato” salsa.

Fresh white fish and shrimp marinated in lime juice.
My selection: Carnitas.
Marinated in fruit juices and spices, then braised to fork tenderness.
Mother’s selection: Tacos.
Grilled carne asada in soft corn tortillas.
Served with cilantro, onion, queso fesco, and guajillo red sauce.
Boys’ selection: Seafood Enchiladas.
Crab, shrimp, mushrooms, and only the freshest fish available.
Topped with a tomato cream sauce and cheese.
[Make this at home.]
Outdoor seating.
Always a plus.
Interesting dessert of the year award:
Fried Ice Cream Sundae.
Vanilla ice cream served with whipped cream, toasted pecans, and 
Mexican chocolate sauce.
The chocolate sauce seems a little MIA.
Was definitely made up by the crunchy outer layer of the sundae.
“Honey Bunches of Oats on ice cream” my dad called it.
Chocolate Cake for Chocolate Lovers.
A rich, moist Mexican cake with semi-sweet chocolate morsels,
sweetened milk, and a Mexican chocolate glaze.
Served with a Tres Leches sauce.
Personally enjoyed the cinnamon flavor somewhat hidden in the cake.
Mother claims “the sauce made the cake”.

Loco Lizard Cantina
1612 West Ute Blvd.
Kimball Junction
Park City, Ut
(435) 645-7000