Wednesday, October 27, 2010

A French treasure just waiting for you to visit


I have been in love with this restaurant for the past 34 years

AND

it is for sale.

I found that out by accident. A friend is going to Park City and I was
telling her about my all time favorite place to visit in Sandy, Utah.
The name is La Caille and it is drop dead gorgeous.

Back in the day (as a Clinique Regional Education Manager),
I visited SLC on a regular basis.
The highlight was always a trip to La Caille.
The French chateau, the 22 acres of sheer beauty, the peacocks, the food!

I pulled up La Caille on google so I could give her the address.
It really is listed for sale.

If you have the time, take a look at the photo's.
I promise you will be inspired.
This place is magical.
I hope that someone comes along that wants to preserve
it.
It is truly a treasure.

big hugs,

Barb

P.S. There will be dining room photo's coming.
It is not perfect but neither am I-hehe.

12 comments:

sissie said...

Looks like a beautiful place Barb.
I'll go check it out.

hugs
Sissie

Lorrie said...

It does look like it would have wonderful atmosphere.

Brenda Leyland said...

Oh my.... that is gorgeous!

A Tale of Two Cities said...

Oh, I can see why you would love it--especially if the food matches the lovely exterior. Would be a shame for it to close. Hope the right buyer comes along.

Debi

Betsy said...

That is breathtaking!

Barb said...

Hi Sissie,
I hope you check it out. It will take your breath away.

Hi Lorrie,
I could move into it. They actually have a cottage on the grounds that would be ideal.

Hi Brenda,
We have the same taste in things.
It is gorgeous!

Hi Debi,
The food does match the exterior.
I tell you, if I had the "means" it would be mine-hehe.

Hi Betsy,
Can you believe how beautiful it is? The pictures on both the website and the luxist site, do not do it justice.

Pondside said...

I just know I'd love it!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Barb, that restaurant looks as if it is in another country! I agree with you and hope that it will be preserved for future generations.

Shabbyfufu said...

I will have to check it out Barb, looks lovely! Did you receive my belated email? xo, Janet

Theresa said...

Someone will snag that beauty! Too bad you couldn't have it as much as you love it:) I am amazed at all of the places that I am finding that I would love to visit! Add that one!

Have a blessed evening! BIG HUGS!

Lori E said...

What a gorgeous building. Can you imagine owning that. I will have to imagine it because I sure can't buy it.

Melle - AnterieuR said...

It looks like a fairy tale...
xo

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