Live music and great food in a beautiful mountain setting at Snowbird Ski Resort’s Atrium Restaurant. Weekly menu includes a variety of brunch favorites, a carving station, omelet station and a magnificent array of house made desserts.
Join us for continental breakfast items and a full lunch buffet every day throughout the regular winter ski season or a complete breakfast buffet and an elaborate Sunday Brunch throughout the summer.
Patio dining in a beautiful mountain setting is the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon during the summer. The menu consists of the very finest in buffet dining with a variety of salads, soups, specialty platters, hot entrees and accompaniments, as well as a delectable assortment of desserts hand made in the Snowbird Bakery.
Reservations are recommended for Summer Sunday Brunches but not required for the Skier’s Buffet in the Winter.
Melody and Tyler had quite a background in music even before getting together. Tyler was the drummer in a once popular local band called Blind Iris, which was based out of Logan and seemed very close to a break through career. They competed and placed in several competitions, and after their debut self-titled album, they were honored with a song placement on the Tony Hawk Underground game. Tyler has been in several bands as well, including Eggs Blackstone, and a brief stint in Exploding Hybrid. Since his drumming days, Tyler has taken up playing the acoustic guitar and singing with Melody. .
Melody has been playing guitar since high school where she did several talent shows, and contests. She began writing music at age 13 and worked her way from piano to guitar at age 16. With a sound similar to Sarah McLaughlin (a huge influence) she played solo for several years all over Cache Valley, UT (surprisingly, all at the same time as Tyler and the two never meeting). Melody moved throughout the North West for a few years before eventually moving back to Utah in 2007, she had decided it was time to get serious with her music.
Tyler’s band decided to part ways only months before and the timing was perfect. They met at an open mic, and it wasn’t long before they started performing together. In October 2007, they moved from Logan to Salt Lake City, and by January 2009 they were performing on a regular basis, often every weekend. While performing at various venues and seeing the wide range of talent around them, they realized that it was time to do something different to help the music scene.
They founded the Acoustic All-Stars Festival in Park City (Now working on the 3rd year). Due to its quick success, they were honored with a feature and cover story in InThisWeek magazine, a feature in the Park Record Newspaper, and several influential friendships.
Melody and Tyler Forsberg have been fortunate in their careers being included in such festivals as Earth Jam, Park Silly, and Sugarhouse arts Festival, Performing at The Star Bar during Sundance, and the Utah State Fair, and Recently had the honor to open for J.R. Richards of Dishwalla for a benefit concert for Hannah Laursen, an 8 year old girl with cancer.
They will be beginning recording for their first Duo album in February 2010 and have sold over 300 copies of Melody’s album “Finally” in the past year without any store placement, mainly from show sales. They are consistently booked through at least 2 months of shows, rarely taking time off, and making sure to play at least 2 shows a weekend, trying to keep at least 18 shows on the roster at all times. Most recently, they played 100 shows in 2009 not including open mics and interviews and were the winners of the Best Local Acoustic Band POSTY award for 2009.
This year Melody and Tyler are planning a tour through Los Angeles with Nicole “Kole” Christensen around the ASCAP music expo in April and are performing at the Utica Arts and Music Festival in New York in September.
Josh Rosenthal (born January 13, 1983, Brownwood, Texas) is an American singer-songwriter based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He sings about reconciliation after his parents’ divorce, general relationship hardships and his affection for Salt Lake City. His song “Gotta Get Out” is about Lubbock, Texas. He has played at protestant churches, Young Life camps and banquets as well as theaters and auditoriums across the United States. He got a college degree from the University of Utah in Humanities – Strategic Communication in 2009.
Rosenthal’s following consists of Protestants, Mormons and most any other sect of the general Salt Lake City public. His albums: Cordillera, Renaissance and Narratives have sold thousands of copies in Utah. Rosenthal has headlined such venues as Sandy Amphitheater and the Rose Wagner Theater.
“ Utah-based singer/songwriter Josh Rosenthal’s five-song holiday CD is not your typical Christmas release. This is evident once the dynamic acoustic-laden, roadtrip jam of “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” begins. Rosenthal’s production can be heard throughout on original works “This Changes Everything” and “Before I Go,” and Steve Weisbergs’ “Christmas for Cowboys” and Lyle Lovett’s “Christmas Morning.” “Narratives” is a fresh collection of holiday music available on iTunes.
Born in Brownwood, Texas, Rosenthal is the youngest of three brothers. Six months after he was born, Rosenthal moved to Benbrook, Texas where he attended Benbrook Elementary from kindergarten through fifth grade. After that he attended Monnig Middle School for a year. It was at that time is father, David Rosenthal, got a job in Lubbock, Texas to work at a maximum facility prison as an associate clinical psychologist.
Rosenthal’s first band – the Eddie Munsters – came about through AOL. Zak White and Michael Scott posted a need for a guitar player in a music chat room. Rosenthal, eager to start playing, contacted them and set up a time to meet. From there the Eddie Munsters broke up and Mikey Likes It was formed. The summer after his ninth grade year, Rosenthal became a Christian. Out of that experience he began playing in a band named Crash Test Pete with Zak White and Jordan Polk.
Rosenthal moved to Salt Lake City to work with Lee Mashburn at Hidden Valley Presbyterian.
The CJB is an energetic, addicting, and always fun Reggae Rock outfit from the greater Salt Lake City area of Utah. Their success so far has been attributed to their hard work and dedication to providing quality music to a young exciting crowd!
The following depicts some of the Grass Roots Accomplishments made by the band. .
A solo album by Codi Jordan entitled “Vacation” was completed in Nov. 2008, and received rave reviews from fans and industry professionals alike. From the album came The CJB, which has now become a performing force in the Intermountain west and beyond. The band includes CODI JORDAN on guitar and vocals, MIKE LEE on lead guitar, JONY KNODER on drums, CAMERON GOLDSBERRY on bass and DK on keys. .
Utah radio stations, including 97.5 The Blaze, and X96 Alternative have rotated Codi on there local music programs. The single “Travelin Man” is on full rotation on KBER 101.1, the 1 rock station in the market. The CJB has played special events for several stations, and was the opening band for The Dirty Heads and Pepper at last years Root Rock Reggae Festival in Park City. The band also opened for the Expendables at The RUM JUNGLE Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Most recently, CJB headlined one of the Spring Break concerts at The Canyons, Utah’s largest ski resort.
Local college radio station 88.1 WeberFM of Ogden UT, awarded the album “Vacation” with LOCAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR for 2008. The band opened for Dashboard Confessional in front of a crowd of over 5000 people at THE WINTER DEW TOUR in Ogden UT in Jan 2010 (see video), and then went on to open for The Dirty Heads in Park City during the Sundace Film Festival.
Currently, the CJB has two Tracks witch are played daily in in every Eddie Bauer store in the U.S. and Canada. The CJB delivers an energetic and exciting live performance of their original material, along with a few surprising covers. The band has seen crowds grow exponentially across the Inter-Mountain west in recent months as it looks to expand the madness nationally.
Independently Codi and crew have been able to land CDs in all of Utah’s major indie record stores, all Best Buys from Boise to Las Vegas, and are seeing consistent sales on Itunes, and Amazon. The band has also made sponsorships arrangements with from Powder Mountain Utah, Honest Tea, Vitamin Water, The Aztec Highway, Underground herbal liquor and Skullcandy. With more than 40,000 friends on Myspace, and over 250,000 plays, the music fan base is defiantly growing . CD sales and downloads are exceeding everyone’s expectations, and the songs go right into the public’s heart as the music spreads. The Codi Jordan Band (CJB) has been selling out venues in Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona and Idaho, and will be coming soon to an area near you!
Jessie Funk who was born and raised in Provo, Utah has shared her inspiring message and love of music with thousands of people from across the United States and even into Europe, Canada and Africa. She has released five solo albums, including “Dance in the Rain” – her first country CD. She has toured 36 states with the broadway musical “Footloose,” as a principle dancer and singer, she has performed for former Vice-President Dick Cheney, as an opening act for Donny Osmond, and she has toured with Broadway sensation Maureen McGovern. She has also been hired for hundreds of recording sessions as a studio vocalist including songs heard on TV’s “The Biggest Loser.”
Jessie has published four books entitled, “Calling All Angels,” “The Boredom Box,” “Forget the Chicken Soup, Where’s the Chocolate?” and “Emergency Preparedness for Kids.” She has also been a professional speaker for seven years, teaching and inspiring through her message of gratitude, celebrating life and defining your passions and purpose.
One of Jessie’s true passions is empowering women and teenage girls to celebrate ladyhood and embrace their radiance. She is so passionate about this cause that she has started an organization called “The Ivy Foundation,” whose sole purpose is to provide workshops, life-coaching and resources to help ladies of all ages discover their limitless potential.
Jessie’s favorite role in life is that of mother to three adorable kids and wife to hit songwriter/producer, Jim Funk.
Jessi grew up in Provo, Utah and now resides in Bountiful Utah with her husband Jim, where they work together operating Funk’s Place, a music production and recording studio.