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Park City Restaurant Search Engine & Menu Search

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Find the food you want in Park City

park city restaurant search engineYelp can be handy for finding local restaurants and so can Google. But if you’re traveling to a new town sometimes you just need to find restaurants that have what you want. Whether its a kids menu that will keep the little ones happy or a certain item you’re craving, sometimes you just want quick access to what local restaurants have to offer.

That’s why we utilized Google’s Custom Search Engine to take 60 local restaurants with online menus in the Park City area and limited it to search just these pages. Want to find restaurants with a kids menu? Just type in “kids menu” and check the results. Feeling like sushi? Search for “sushi” or “sushi menu” or if you’re in desperate need of a spring roll, search for that. Find the food you want quicker and easier with the Park City Restaurant Search Engine. If you just want to see what’s available nearby, use our map at the bottom of this post.

Map of Park City Restaurants

Savor the Summit: A Treat for Your Taste Buds

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Savor The Summit

Make plans to be in Park City on Saturday, June 20th at 6 p.m. for the annual Savor the Summit. Many restaurants in Park City will be participating in this unique dining experience in the heart of the city. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

Make a reservation at one of the participating restaurants and have a seat at the giant dining table that runs down Main Street. No ticket is required, but you need to make a reservation at the restaurant of your choosing. There will be live music and a spirit garden that features beer and wine. There is a wide variety of restaurants with different price ranges so you can find something that suits you!

Each restaurant will offer their choice of menu with full bar service. There are plenty of places to park throughout the city so check before you head out. The spirit garden will open at 5 p.m. and will be located at Main Street and Heber Avenue. The weather in the mountains can change quickly so dress accordingly. The event will try to run as planned in case of inclement weather.

Check out a list of participating restaurants below. If you’re looking at coming to Park City for Savor the Summit, check out the rentals from Park City Lodging at let us help you make your stay in Park City complete!

501 On Main – American Regional Cuisine
435.645.0700 | 501 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Bandits’ Grill & Bar –Barbecue and Late-Night Fare
435-649-7337 | 440 Main Street, Park City UT 84060

Bangkok Thai on Main – Thai
435-649-THAI (8424) | 605 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Bistro 412 – American Bistro with French Flare
435-649-8211 | 412 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Buona Vita – Italian
435-649-1336 | 804 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Butcher’s Chophouse & Bar – American
435.647.0040 | 751 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Cafe Terigo – Italian & French
(435) 645-9555 | 424 Main St Park City, UT 84060

Chimayo – Southwestern
435-649-6222 | 368 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Cisero’s Ristorante & Good Times Bar – Italian
435-649-5044 | 306 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Cuisine Unlimited Catering & Special Events
435-647-0010. | 2064 Prospector Avenue, Park City, Utah 84060

Eating Establishment – American
435.649.8284 | 317 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Restaurant – Irish
(435) 649-8600 | 438 Main Street Park City, UT 84060

Fletcher’s Park City – American
(435) 649-1111 | 562 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Flying Sumo
435.649.5522 | 838 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060

435.602.1155 | 136 Heber Avenue, Park City, Utah 8406

High West Distillery
435-649.8300 | 703 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060

J&G Grill, St. Regis Deer Valley
435.940.5700 | 2300 Deer Valley Drive East, Park City, Utah 84060

Purple Sage – American
435.655.9505 | 343 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Reef’s Restaurant & Gallery – Mediterranean & European
435-658-0323 | 710 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Riverhouse on Main
435-649-3536 | 540 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Shabu – Asian
435-645-SAKE | 442 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Talisker on Main
435.658.5479 | 515 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Tavern – British
435-658-9425 | 201 Heber Avenue, Park City, UT 84060

The Bridge Cafe and Grill – American
(435) 658-5451 | 825 Main St Park City, UT 84060 Upper Deck

Wasatch Brew Pub
435-645-9500 | 250 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

435.649.9108 | 660 Main Street, Park City, UT, 84060

Park City, Utah Hiking Offers Spectacular Views

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Stacy - Bald Mountain - Flickr

Stacy – Bald Mountain – Flickr

Park City has plenty to offer for everyone and there is always something to do outdoors. If you’re looking for a great activity outdoors, head to one of the many great hiking trails. Park City, Utah hiking offers spectacular views which never get old and are always worth the trek! Make sure to pack some water, a jacket and most of all, a camera.

There is a wide range of trails throughout the Park City area that can offer majestic views of the area. There are over 150 miles of public trails for biking and hiking that cross through the world renowned ski resorts. If you’re a novice hiker or an experienced hiker, make time to check out the great trails and the amazing views that can only be found in Park City.

For an easy trail that provides great views, head to the Beaver Creek Trail and travel among a beaver-inhabited river over 4.5 miles of scenic landscape. It is ideal for families and picnics which can make for a great day.

The Rail Trail and Round Valley trails are perfectly suited for beginners and offer plenty of land to go on a hike or a long bike ride. Rail Trail is a 26-mile roundtrip while Round Valley is six miles long.

For a great view that you’ll never forget, head up Soapstone Basin which can be accessed in Kamas. This fast-paced trail is a loop that goes through fir and aspen trees and gives you a view of the Bluffs Overlook and the Duchesne River gorge which is 2,000 feet deep. Make sure to bring the water as the trail is 16.5 miles long!

If you’re looking for a more experienced climb, try the Mid-Mountain Trail which traverses 20 miles through deep canyons and tree groves.

Deer Valley Resort offers lift-served hiking and has many downhill options for hikers and bikers of various skill levels. From the Rail Trail, head to the Promontary Trail which has three legs to it and is great for all hikers.

The Glenwild Loop is a 12-mile loop that goes through the backcountry and provides great scenery for all.

When hiking, make sure to check the weather and conditions of the trail before you head out and inform someone of where you have gone. Some trails are pet friendly which means you can bring your dog, but some don’t so check ahead. Make sure to have enough food and water while loading up on sunscreen and lip balm. Conditions can change quickly in the mountains so be prepared for anything when you head out on a long hike. The hard work is always worth it in the end as there is no better feeling than seeing the great views during the hike.

If you want to check out the spectacular views that the Park City hiking trails have to offer, make sure you check out Park City Lodging. We can help you find the right place to stay after your long day of hiking!

Ride Park City Mountain Bike Trails

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Park City Mountain Bike TrailsPark City is a mountain biker’s paradise in the summer with hundreds of miles of trails that go around and through our three world class resorts. Every year thousands of mountain bikers come to enjoy riding through the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. Here are some of our favorite Park City mountain bike trails.

Mid-Mountain Trail

A signature Park City mountain bike trail, the Mid-Mountain Trail runs through all three Park City resorts, starting at Deer Valley and running through Park City Mountain Resort before finishing at Canyons. More than 20 miles long with 1,400 feet of altitude change, this trip through the heart of the area has something through for all riders.

A number of other trails connect to the Mid-Mountain Trail, which has an upper-intermediate rating, allowing you to design your own loop rides or other routes. Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley is the start point of the trail, with other good access points being the Spiro, Armstrong, Sweeny North, Sweeney South and Daly Canyon trails. Check out Utah Mountain Biking’s website for more information.

Jenni’s Trail

One of the most popular Park City mountain bike trails for visitors, Jenni’s Trail runs 5.1 miles from the base of Park City Mountain Resort to the top of the Payday Lift. Experienced beginners or intermediates can enjoy an up-and-down route or use Jenni’s Trail to connect to the Mid-Mountain Trail as well as other trails further up the mountain.

If you’re looking for an easy, relaxed ride, ride the Payday Lift up to the top of the mountain and cruise down Jenni’s Trail to the bottom.

Park City Town Loop

This seven-mile loop travels the Sweeney Switchbacks, John’s Trail and Gravedigger Trail providing a good part-day route for visitors.

You begin on Lowell Avenue and take the Sweeney Switchbacks towards the top of the Town Lift before dropping into the challenging John’s Trail that will test your technical skills. Finish off by climbing again on the Gravedigger Tail before cruising back into town through daily canyon. This route is a great taste of some of the best Park City mountain bike trails.

Park City Mountain Bike Trails Resources and the Mountain Trails Foundation provide a wealth of information about Park City mountain bike trails. Additionally, all three resorts run some of their chairlifts during the summer, providing bikers with easy access to the summits. Check in with their individual websites for more information.

As you plan your trip to explore the Park City mountain bike trails, use Park City Lodging to find a perfect place to stay. We have properties at all three resorts as well as in downtown Park City, providing easy access to a wide variety of trails. We looking forward to helping you have an enjoyable visit!

The End of Ski Season is Near, But Park City Stays Alive

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End of Ski SeasonWhen most people think of Park City they picture our thousands of acres of Wasatch powder, but after the snow melts at the end of ski season the fun stays alive! With beautiful weather and smaller crowds, the spring and summer are some of the best times to visit Park City. Here’s some ideas for how to enjoy our town after the end of ski season.

Hit the Trails

The melting of the snow at the end of ski season opens up more than 400 miles of Wasatch Mountain trails to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley and the Canyons all keep some of their chairlifts open in the summer, making it easy for hikers and bikers to get to the top of the peaks.

Visit the Mountain Trails Foundation website for maps and complete info on Park City’s trail system.

Explore Main Street

After the crowds leave at the end of ski season, the shops and restaurants of Park City’s historic Main Street remain open with many offering offseason deals. From high fashion to mountain souvenirs, Main Street’s many stores and boutiques offer something for everyone. The summer can also be a great time to find deals on ski and snowboard gear for the following season!

Find a Festival

Park City is home to a number of fun festivals after the end of ski season. Plan your visit around one of these unique events to get the most out of your Park City experience. Here are two of our favorites:

  • Park City Food and Wine Classic (July 8-12): More than 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries and more come together for this mouthwatering event. Whether you’re a committed foodie or just looking to get a taste of Park City’s local flavor, there’s something for everyone at the Park City Food and Wine Classic with tastings, seminars, cooking demonstrations and even outdoor adventures with a food and wine influence. Tickets can be purchased on the event website.
  • Kimball Arts Festival (July 31-August 2): Artists from around the country flock to Park City to showcase their works all along Main Street during this weekend festival. Works range from paintings to sculptures, ceramics, jewelry, metalwork and more. In addition, some of Park City’s best restaurants will be selling food to festivalgoers. Admission for the entire weekend is only $10, or free to Summit County residents.

As you come to enjoy all that Park City has to offer after the end of ski season, use Park City Lodging to find the perfect place to stay. We have properties at all three resorts, proving easy access to the mountains, as well as on Main Street downtown. Come see why the locals say that the summer is the best time to visit Park City!

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