august, 2019

25aug10:00 am3:00 pmHip Hop BrunchHearth & Hill

Event Details

Please join us for our first-ever Hip Hop Brunch on Sunday, August 25 from 10 am to 3 pm at Hearth and Hill. We will feature a fun and fresh a la carte menu, as well as a DJ spinning all your favorite hip hop tunes! Jam out with DJ Funky Boss to Pork Buns, scratch it up to a Dutch baby pancake, or pump it up to a refreshing handcrafted cocktail. You won’t want to miss this brunch with a tasty rhythm all its own. It’s all part of the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) newest initiative, Park City Plated. In August, the program will feature a different Park City restaurant each month, offering special menu items for an incredible value to welcome new and returning guests to try their innovative menu creations.


(Sunday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm


Hearth and Hill Park City

1153 Center Drive, Park City


Hearth and Hill RestaurantBrooks Kirchheimer has had the restaurant bug for as long as he can remember. “The very first Christmas present I can recall requesting was a cash register, when I was just a tyke. I probably drove my two sisters and parents crazy badgering them to play restaurant!” Since earning a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Denver in 2008, Brooks has managed a variety of popular restaurants, including at Montage Beverly Hills and Deer Valley, Park City’s former Main Street landmark Zoom, and Merriman’s in Maui. Brooks is eager to pay it forward: “I learned a ton from my former bosses, such as Steve Solomon and Peter Merriman. I hope I can benefit careers of people I now supervise like they benefited mine.” In 2017, Brooks and his wife Catherine returned home to Park City, ready to pursue his lifelong dream of starting his own restaurant. Recently retired from his finance career, Brooks’s dad, David, was eager to be his financial partner. David, who with his wife Sherry has owned a Deer Valley home since 2007, was thrilled at the prospect: “Brooks and I have very complementary skills and experiences, so we make a perfect team. Plus, we have a shared passion for creating an organizational culture that’s beneficial to our associates, guests and community. I hope the family ties between Brooks and me carry over to all of Hearth and Hill’s associates.” For Brooks, it’s about writing the next chapter of a story spawned by the cash register left by Santa Claus years ago. “Hearth and Hill’s mantra is to ‘Inspire our associates, thrill our guests, and enrich our community.’ We’ve assembled an incredible, local management team to help me achieve that commitment, each and every day.”435.200.8840