To an avid skier the mountains may look a bit scary right now without snow but soon the blanket of white will arrive and all will be well.  In the meantime there are still many reasons to head up into the mountains to visit Salt Lake's resorts of Snowbird, Alta, Brighton and Solitude.One of those is the Scary Aerie Halloween Dinner hosted at the Aerie Restaurant which is on the 10th floor of the Cliff Lodge at Snowbird.A week from this Friday on Halloween night, the Aerie will be hosting a ghoulishly themed dinner that looks like it could be straight up treat with little trick.For $39 per person this looks well worth a visit to the mountains.FIRST COURSE:Spooky SaladBaby Mixed Green Salad, Roma Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Creepy Red Beet and Feta Vinaigretteor…Thai Chicken Liver & Bloody Noodle SoupWith Fresh Mint and Spicy Ginger Creme FraicheSECOND COURSE:Snail En CrouteSlow Roasted Snail in Wild Forest Mushroom Ragoutor…Two-Sauces Lasagna BiteHouse-made Pepper Pasta with Garlic Creme Sauce and Tomato Basil Ragoutor…Inferno ShrimpAu Gratin Chipotle Rice Pilaf and Pan-seared Tiger Shrimp with Black Mole SauceTHIRD COURSE:MonkfishProsciutto-wrapped Monkfish, Plantain Puree, and Fire-roasted Corn Salsaor…Ostrich FiletPan-seared Ostrich Filet Salsify and Boursin Mash, Crispy Sweetbreads and Pinot Noir Reductionor…QuailFree-range Oven Roasted Basil Pesto Marinated Quail, Fresh Capellini with Tomato Basil Ragout, Roasted Garlic Bread and Shaved Pecorinoor…Citrus Marinated Free Range ChickenCoconut Jasmine Rice & Sweet Soy GlazeFOURTH COURSE:Death By ChocolateTry it if you dare…Costumes are recommended, as are reservations.If you know of additional "treats" in Salt Lake to indulge in for Halloween night, let us know by commenting below and we'll get it posted for the community to read about.