There are hundreds of dining opportunities in Park City: on historic Main Street, at the different resort centers and throughout town. Many of these sit-down restaurants will take advance reservations. We recommend contacting Concierge Services to assist you with reservations for restaurants in Park City and nearby areas. Most Park City dining reservations can currently be made 30 days in advance.
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The Bridge Cafe & Grill serves American food with a Brazilian twist. Located at the bottom of the Town Lift on Main Street, next to the Lift Lodge condominiums, it has one of Park City’s best patios for terrific outdoor dining. Perfect for ski-in / ski-out breakfast and lunch in the winter, and scenic after-dinner chairlift rides on the Town Lift in the summer.
Still the food that you have come to expect over the years – home cooking featuring fresh fish, quality ingredients, at reasonable prices.The dining experience is a warm, inviting and relaxed atmosphere with non-pretentious, friendly service and friendly chefs. A locals favorite, the Flying Sumo deserves its reputation as one the most consistently busy and best restaurants in Park City!
Come visit Park City’s most popular bar & grill, home of the world famous buffalo burger. Serving casual pub fare all day long, with 17 TVs, fantastic night life and a year-round heated rooftop patio. Open 10am to 1am – (must be age 21).
Butcher’s Chop House & Bar, a locals’ favorite since 2003, offers family fine dining featuring both a kids menu and a separate bar area for ages 21+, and a late-night menu. Enjoy steaks, chops, seafood, pasta, salad, fine wines and signature cocktails, and more! Located at the base of the Town Lift, off 7th and Park Avenue.
Boneyard Saloon is a locals favorite for a great bar and restaurant off of Main Street. This gastropub is known for its wood-fired cooking and elevated bar food – great burgers, classic steaks and juicy ribs, with unique depth of flavor from the grill’s heat and smoke. With a beer selection that boasts 90 varieties and unique craft cocktails, Boneyard is a great spot to watch a game, with six large screen TVs.
Be sure to check out Boneyard’s Wine Dive concept, across the hall from the Saloon, offering a spin on small bite plates, pizzas and charcuterie all prepared in the exhibition kitchen showcasing a wood-fired oven. The Wine Dive offers 16 varietals of wine on tap, and many bottles to choose from, offering new & old world selections.
Looking for good affordable food in Park City? Sammy’s Bistro was started by Sam Harris with that in mind. Sam has worked with some of the best chefs in Utah before opening his own bistro. It is located in the Prospector neighborhood and is a local’s favorite. Give the BBQ Shrimp or Mahi Mahi Tacos a try.
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For over 40 years, Grub Steak has been serving prime cuts of beef, fresh seafood, fish, lamb, chicken, and other game entrees. They are well known for their massive salad bar and home-baked desserts and breads. The atmosphere is casual with Western memorabilia covering the walls. A large rock fireplace warms the restaurant in the winter months. Enjoy a part of Park City dining history at Grub Steak.
Specializing in coffee and tea drinks as well as fast, fresh breakfast and lunch. Browse thousands of new and used books and the unique, eclectic selection of gifts, cards and journals.
Park City’s only locally-owned community market and cafe featuring an organic juice bar and baked goods, freshly made each morning. Delicious gluten-free and vegan options are available with all their soups, salads and sandwiches.
Festive lighting, wrought iron detail, Southwestern throw pillows in each booth and an authentic Mexican tile floor create this fabulous illusion. Start with a signature Chimayo Margarita, a local’s favorite. Don’t miss the dipping sauce that’s served with the fresh baked bread. Favorites include the Crown Roast of Barbecue Spareribs with a chipotle and caramelized pineapple glaze served with buttermilk whipped potatoes and Dos Equis beer-battered onion rings.
At the top of Historic Main Street, Grappa is known for elegant presentation, attention to detail and fine service. Whether dining on the patios in the warmer months, or enjoying the rustic interior with glass walls, there’s an extraordinary view of Main Street and the atmosphere is perfect for a romantic date or a memorable gathering of family and friends.
Year after year Wahso ranks in the top restaurants in Park City due to its spectacular interior and unique Asian cuisine menu. Wahso is modeled in an Art Deco style featuring Asian artifacts, reflecting Shanghai from the 1930’s. Unlike any other restaurant, dining there will transport you far from the world outside on Main Street.
A convenient alternative to Main Street dining, Windy Ridge Cafe offers the delicious comfort food you have been craving in a cozy and warm environment. Drop in for a quick lunch, enjoy a relaxing dinner, or pick up a to-go meal – Windy Ridge offers a wide variety of delicious, yet reasonably priced menu selections- including family meals to-go.
Collie’s is a family owned and operated bar and restaurant right in the heart of Park City. Focused around the idea of quality food at reasonable prices, we are coming up with a menu that changes with the seasons, with the best and freshest products we can get. From football to soccer to baseball, national and international, college and professional — Collie’s has it all. They carry all major sports packages in crystal-clear HD. They also have 25 TV’s so no matter what you can watch what you want!
Fine gourmet foods both catered and prepackaged Sous-Vide drop-off. The mantra is pure, unadulterated ingredients make for happy, healthier customers. Their products are GMO, growth-hormone, antibiotic and steroid free.
Deer Valley Resort believes dining is an integral part of a memorable vacation. From casual cafés and grills to elegant restaurants, every Deer Valley dining venue features quality ingredients with an emphasis on locally sourced products in creative, fresh preparations.
DEER VALLEY GROCERY – CAFE Fresh roasted coffee and espresso drinks, soups, chili, salads, panini sandwiches, creative appetizer and entrée specials, freshly baked breads, desserts, cakes and other items.
SEAFOOD BUFFET Enjoy a vast array of fresh seafood including the poke bar, chilled shellfish, hot seafood appetizers and entrées, also carvery specialties, and prime rib along with delectable vegetables and an assortment of housemade desserts. Fine wine, beer and cocktails are available.
THE BRASS TAG Located in the Lodges at Deer Valley The Brass Tag is open year-round and serves dinner nightly. The menu features inspired brick oven cuisine including fresh seafood skillets, seared meats, oven roasted fresh fish, locally sourced produce, pizzettes and specialty sides.
ROYAL STREET CAFE Located in the Silver Lake Lodge, offering creative American and international casual cuisine including creative seafood appetizers, delectable panini sandwiches, Deer Valley’s Turkey Chili, salads and specialty entrées, as well as the award-winning Maple Bacon BBQ Bison Burger.
THE MARIPOSA Deer Valley Resort’s premier restaurant offers a blend of classic and current cuisine, and is rated #1 in Utah by the Zagat Restaurant Guide for food and service. Located in the Silver Lake Lodge, it also features an award-winning wine list.
Four courses served from Deer Valley’s beautiful stone fireplaces. Enjoy warm Swiss raclette cheese, cured meats, salads, specialty entrees, hearty sides, fire-roasted leg of lamb, fresh baked breads and dessert fondues. A full bar is available, as well as specially selected wines and imported beer to complement the cuisine. Winter only, reservations required.
Annie says, ” The melted raclette and fire roasted leg of lamb are delish! A special experience indeed!”
Complete with cars and motorcycles on hoists, a 50-seat bar made of toolboxes and more, you’ll feel like you’re in a real working garage at Billy Blanco’s. On the menu, you’ll find an array of tavern and roadhouse Mexican food choices from barbecued ribs, fried chicken and mashed potatoes, to tasty tacos and delicious enchiladas.
Food. Coffee. People. Three things they love. For Harvest, a meal goes way beyond sustenance. It’s more than eating and drinking, and it’s bigger than taste and flavor. It’s about provenance, seasonality, creativity and connection.
Whether you’re eating light, fueling for a big day on the slopes or looking to indulge a little, you’ll find something on their menu that’s perfect for you. And if you’re just popping in for a coffee, you can be sure it’s a good one.
Riverhorse on Main is one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants on Park City’s historic Main Street. As a 16 year recipient of the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Award, Riverhorse on Main is lauded by restaurant critics and the dining public alike as one of North America’s top culinary destinations and a Park City gem.
For over 30 years Adolph’s Distinguished Alpine Dining has been serving Park City residents, world class athletes, celebrity guests and tourists exquisite cuisine in a casually elegant atmosphere. Enjoy authentic European style with Adolph’s renown Swiss Fondue, Raclette Swiss Style, Veal Adolph, Rack of Lamb, Chateaubriand, Steak Diane flamed at your table and the world famous Wienerschitzel. Swiss House Specialties include Roast Rack of Lamb, Veal specials, Beef, Game, Seafood or Duckling a l’Orange-Pasta or Chicken.
Save room for a fabulous dessert!
Este Pizza is a local, family owned and operated New York Style Pizzeria. They take pride in serving delicious New York style pizza in a casual, friendly dining atmosphere. Their menu items are created using fresh, high quality ingredients. They put love into everything they serve – homemade and hand-tossed dough, high quality vegetables chopped daily, homemade sauces and vegan items. You will be able to taste the difference.
Squatters Pub features diverse daily specials as well as established pub favorites such as Roadhouse Nachos, Pub Reuben and pizzas, teamed up with their award-wining beer, welcoming atmosphere and an ongoing commitment to people, planet and profit. They procure locally produced products and support local companies whenever possible.
Whether it’s a private chef services for your home or condo, express menu delivery or full-scale catering for large events, Cuisine Unlimited is one company with all the services you need. Locally, nationally, and internationally acclaimed, they provide custom-designed menus, artistically presented and professionally served.
“Where’s the beer? Where are the breweries?” Those were among the first thoughts Greg Schirf had after moving to Utah from Milwaukee in the early 80’s. Incredibly, drinking and brewing were all but forbidden. Greg took matters into his own hands and did what any self-respecting midwesterner would do: He started a brewery. Wasatch was the very first brewery in Utah – and one of the first craft brewers in all of the U.S. – brewing award-winning brews since 1986.
In 1988, Greg Schirf proposed another bill to the Utah Legislature making brewpubs legal in Utah and opened the first brewpub at the top of historic Main Street in the resort town of Park City. Wasatch continues to misbehave, turning out naughty beer after naughty beer year after year.
Ghidotti’s blends old world Roman with a lively Mediterranean vibe. In an effort to revive his mother’s cooking traditions, owner Bill White re-created some of the dishes on the menu from the childhood memories she shared. Ghidotti’s is perfect for a romantic evening out, a large family gathering, a casual meal in the lounge, or even a popular meal-to-go.
With an eclectic, contemporary atmosphere and an inventive range of cuisines, Sushi Blue is the ideal location for a relaxing meal at traditional tatami tables, or grab a seat at the beautiful sushi bar complete with flat screens.