‘I’ve been reading about the sun for a long time’: Sun Mountain lodge founder’s life in pictures
In early September 2017, Sun Mountain Lodge owner Mark Hinton decided to open a new business that would serve as a gathering place for the locals.
He was inspired by the sun in his daily routine of eating breakfast, taking a shower, walking around the lodge, and going to the gym.
It was an ideal setting for a restaurant, as the lodge’s outdoor kitchen is open to the public and the outdoor dining area is also open to guests.
“We wanted to make the lodge feel like it was a place of community, but also something that people can enjoy themselves,” said Hinton.
The restaurant’s menu features local and seasonal foods, including local beers, sandwiches, and sandwiches.
Hinton, a former chef and restaurant manager, was initially drawn to the lodge because it offered a place where people could socialize and share their interests and hobbies.
His business partner, Kristina Mihalich, said they wanted to provide an opportunity for young people in their communities to network, learn about new ideas, and meet other people who shared similar interests.
For Hinton, the sun is a natural, natural, and sustainable source of energy, and the sun tarottas his restaurant.
This year, Hinton added a second restaurant to the menu.
Sun Mountain is located at 2126 NW 4th Ave, Sun Valley, Utah 84150.
It is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday from 10 am to 5 p.s.m and on select holidays.
To learn more about Sun Mountain, visit their website.
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