Good People. Good Food. Good Karma – Park City Local Hot Spot

I had the lovely opportunity this morning to join two German journalists who have been visiting Park City over the last week or so for breakfast before catching their flight back home to Germany.  During the course of their stay they were able to ski all three resorts – Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley and Canyons – as well as stay at several hotels in Deer Valley, Canyons and on Main Street.  Park City Lodging, Inc. hosted two of their nights at Lift Lodge Condominiums, which are ski in/ski out deluxe condos located right on historic Main Street, next to the Town Lift. Their Lift Lodge condo was a one bedroom, one bath with a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, hardwood floors and fireplace. To view and/or book this property, click here.  We wanted the opportunity to chat with them about their stay before they headed home, so we chose a quaint little restaurant located off Main Street that many Park City visitors probably don’t know about.

Good Karma Restaurant, Park City, Utah

Good Karma restaurant is located at 1782 Prospector Ave., Park City, Utah 84060, and is Park City’s only nationally recognized Indian and Persian restaurant.  It may be known for it’s Indian and Persian cuisine, but its breakfast selection should not be omitted from its recognition.  From gluten free and homemade granola, to house made buttermilk pancakes and fresh baked challah french toast, this breakfast selection is sure to fill your every desire – and your tummy.  Not to mention the three-egg omelets and vegetarian benedict,  as well as the beautiful assortment of fresh fruit, which includes bananas, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe and oranges.  The cozy atmosphere will make you feel right at home as you sip your yummy cup of coffee, and the service will not disappoint.  Bottom line, if you’re visiting Park City and you want to get that local experience, head over to Good Karma restaurant for some good people, good food and good karma 🙂