How to Plan a Foodie Trip to Park City

Park City is renowned for its world-class slopes and outdoor fun. However, our quaint town is also home to some of the best cuisine around—from fine-dining downtown to unique mountain BBQ joints. Are you planning a food-filled vacation and looking for where to eat in Park City? Our hospitality team offers some top tips on how to make the most out of your foodie trip. 

Where to Eat in Park City 

What’s one of the best parts about Park City’s food culture? Its diversity! We are home to award-winning restaurants, seasonally focused eateries, and global-inspired cuisine. Plus, we have plenty of exceptional local spots with killer cuisine at wallet-friendly prices. With so many options, it might be hard to know where to start. That’s why we compiled a few excellent ways to enjoy your next epicurean adventure in our mountain town.

global cuisine in park city

Eat with the Locals

To get an authentic taste of what Park City restaurants have to offer, follow the locals. For an unforgettable alpine dining excursion, Collies at the Notch is where Parkites go for downhome BBQ and a mountain escape. The beloved Hearth and Hill is known as one of our top brunch spots. However, we also love them for their delicious dinners and live music on the patio. The well-kept secret, Freshie’s Lobster, serves up Maine lobster rolls and picnic-style salads. Grab your order to-go, and enjoy lunch at one of our fantastic parks. 

Schedule your stay in Park City May 15 through June 30, 2021 and you can experience the Dine Local event! Support your favorite Park City restaurants and receive a free $25 gift card when you spend $50 at a participating restaurant. It’s the perfect way to experience Park City like a local. All you have to do is sign up and they will mail you a $25 gift certificate while supplies last. 

eating brunch breakfast restaurant

Indulge in High-End Cuisine

Some of Park City’s best restaurants are found lining our historic downtown district, Main St. Café Terigo boasts fine Italian cuisine, a spectacular patio, and excellent downtown views. Wahso takes classic Asian dishes and reimagines them with finesse and sophistication.  

While Main St. gets a lot of attention, you can also enjoy some stellar dishes away from bustling downtown. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, Blind Dog serves up classic East Coast seafood dishes with a Park City twist. 

Searching for lodging in the heart of Main St. to maximize your access to eateries? Stay at the Heart of Park City, a beautiful, brand new private home just a quick jaunt from downtown. Motherlode 3, a gorgeous townhome, is a mere block from Main St. Plus, it’s only two blocks from the Town Lift, giving you easy access to the mountain. 

high end restaurant sashimi wahso

Imbibe with Local Libations

There’s nothing quite like a perfect wine pairing with delicious cuisine. Old Town Cellars makes exceptional, food-friendly vino at their high-elevation winery. Stop by their Main St. tasting room to enjoy some Park City food and wine, or take a bottle to-go and enjoy it back at your luxury rental. 

Know what pairs well with a locally made beverage? A stunning Park City rental with spectacular views. Town Pointe C201 and Snow Flower 20 both feature private decks, ideal for taking in the scenery before or after happy hour.

old town cellars wine tasting winery

Make it a Family Affair

Park City is home to a variety of family-friendly joints that cook up note-worthy eats. Twisted Fern serves modern American fare, with a focus on local, seasonal ingredients. No matter what you order, it’s always fresh and inspired. Their kid’s menu is just as impressive. If your whole family are die-hard foodies, this is the place for you. Want to be a part of Park City dining fame? Cruise by the kid-friendly Sammy’s Bistro featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives for their popular, imaginative meals. One can’t leave our town without trying No Name Saloon’s famous buffalo burger. While that local hot spot is 21+ only, their partner restaurant, Annex Burger Park City, is all ages. 

Looking for spacious lodging near all the best family establishments? Check out Motherlode A. It sleeps up to 10, has plenty of living space, and is conveniently located near Main St. and the Town Center Lift.

burger and fries family restaurant

Create your Own Foodie Night In

Not all foodie adventures involve leaving your cozy accommodations. Get fine cuisine from a wealth of establishments delivered to your door through Park City Food Rush. In the mood for a craft cocktail or mocktail? The Bartender Box will bring quality mixers straight to you, so you can mix your own beverage. If you want to ramp up your experience, get high-quality local ingredients from All Seasons Grocery, and cook up an unforgettable meal of your own. 

Low301 is a prime rental for vacationers looking to cook while visiting Park City. It boasts a deck, an outdoor grill, and a modern indoor kitchen.

low301 modern kitchen for dining

Where to Stay in Park City for Your Foodie Vacation

Are you looking for the best vacation accommodations for your next trip to Park City? Our expert team of hospitality professionals can assist you in finding the perfect luxury rental to complement your food-focused excursion. Our concierge can help make restaurant recommendations, reservations, and more! Contact us today for advice on properties, and we’ll take care of all your needs!

Planning an extended stay and want to browse more culinary options? Check out Park City Area Restaurant Association for even more great eatery ideas and food-focused fun.

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Published on Tuesday, May 4, 2021