Park City dining options are as diverse as the ski terrain at the surrounding resorts. With more than 100 local dining choices, every taste and craving can be satisfied. In the resorts and throughout town, an array of fine and casual dining options give visitors many choices. Park City is known for its vacation atmosphere, but the dining options only further that reputation. Most restaurants located outside the resorts are found on Park City's Historical Main Street, or in the Prospector Square area. All are within a short distance of the major resorts. Below are just a few of our favorite Park City dining options:
With the highest concentration of restaurants and bars in Park City, Main Street is one of the most popular Park City dining areas for visitors:
350 Main offers steaks, seafood, salads, and pasta in an elegant, yet casual historic building on Main Street. The large dining room upstairs and smaller private rooms downstairs serve as ideal spots for private parties and intimate gatherings.
Chimayo features Southwestern-style dishes within an atmosphere that matches its culinary roots.
One of Park City’s finest restaurants, Grappa is worth the uphill climb to its location at the top of Main Street. Grappa’s European influences are apparent in both the wine and food selections. Diners, greeted by an excellent wait staff, will be delighted with Grappa’s authentic Old World atmosphere.
Serving only USDA prime beef, the Prime Steakhouse is the place to go if you are seeking an excellent steak and sophisticated atmosphere. With sizzling steaks served from an a la carte menu, the Prime Steakhouse will exceed your expectations.
Adjacent to the Town Lift Plaza on Lower Main Street, Butchers offers both fine dining and pub-style fare. This excellent establishment is located in the Caledonian Condo Hotel.
The Flying Sumo offers a comfortable dining atmosphere. This sushi bar serves up the freshest fish, tempura, teriyaki, and more. Sushi domination 7 nights a week!
The Red Banjo is Park City's oldest restaurant, established in 1962. The menu features pizza, sandwiches, salads, and pastas. Wine and full-strength beer are available. Kids will enjoy the kids menu and party room.
If you’re looking for a place with smaller crowds than Main Street (not to mention ample parking), head over to Prospector Square, where you will find some great restaurants:
Located on Sidewinder Drive, Prime Steak Sushi Bar offers an exquisite assortment of grilled entrées and specialty sushi rolls, as well as an extensive wine list to compliment any meal. Be sure to stop by Thursdays between five and six for an assortment of happy hour specials.
A favorite among both Park City locals and visitors, the Blind Dog is two restaurants in one. One side features an excellent menu of steaks, salads, and seafood; the other side is one of Park City’s finest sushi bars.
Purveyor of great steak and seafood for over 30 years. Serving beef, game, fish, seafood, and chicken dishes for both lunch and dinner. Don't miss the 45-item salad bar. Desserts and breads baked daily. Children's menus available. Live entertainment Friday and Saturday nights.
Fuego is open for lunch and dinner. Serving fresh salads, sandwiches, entrees, and wood-fired pizzas.
Known for having many of the best on-mountain lodges and restaurants among North American ski resorts, Deer Valley is home to several world-class restaurants with exceptional food and service:
Located in Deer Valley’s Silver Lake area, the Gliterting is consistently rated as one of the finest restaurants in Utah. Part of its prestigious reputation comes from its exceptional world-class service.
Located in Deer Valley’s Silver Lake area, the Goldener Hirsh Lodge is another top dining destination in the Park City Area. The intimate setting creates a unique atmosphere that shouldn't be missed!
A landmark at Park City Mountain’s Resort Center, Baja Cantina serves as a great lunch stop, an après ski bar, and a fine choice for dinner. With multiple margaritas and an extensive Mexican menu, Baja Cantina is sure to provide an enjoyable dining experience.
This restaurant/bar is located on the plaza level of the Legacy Lodge. Open for lunch and dinner.
The Alpine House offers a rich variety of contemporary cuisine that is ideal for après ski or a casual dinner with friends. Located at the top of the Cabriolet inside the Sundial Lodge, this restaurant features its “small-bits” menu and a full service bar.
Located in The Grand Summit Resort Hotel, the Cabin offers regionally inspired entrée items including pastas, salads, steaks, fresh seafood and one of Park City’s most expansive wine lists. Cozy up in the semi-private seating or up near the fire as you enjoy some of the best cuisine Park City has to offer.
The latest addition to The Canyons’ selection of culinary options, The Farm offers inventive dishes made from only the freshest locally-sourced ingredients. Situated in the heart of the Resort Village area across from the Snow Beach and the Red Pine Gondola.
This casual eatery features a new selection of southwestern entrées that include grilled meats and fish as well as a full-service bar. Red Tail is a great choice for lunchtime, après ski or dinner and offers indoor or patio seating.
At the heart of The Canyons, Red Pine Lodge is a rustic eatery that serves a selection of gourmet pizzas, sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers and grilled entrées. Located at the top of Red Pine Gondola, this restaurant also offers a variety of local draft beers.
Situated atop Dream Peak, Cloud Dine specializes in healthy salads, gourmet pizzas, soups, and sandwiches, each with a unique culinary twist. Stop in for a quick reprieve from the slopes and enjoy a healthy meal before you head back out into the powder.
Just above the base of the Sun Peak Express Lift, the Sun Lodge is a spacious place to grab some prime rib, roasted chicken, burgers, soups, salads, and much more. Sun Lodge typically receives fewer visitors during the lunchtime rush, so it’s a great spot to unwind with smaller crowds.
Just off Interstate 80 as you head into Park City, Kimball Junction is a growing area with lots of new restaurants, retail shops, and hotels:
Located in the Jupiter Bowl bowling alley, this restaurant has a wide menu. Sink into an easy chair with a few appetizers, sip on a cocktail, then roll up your sleeves and knock down a few bowling pins.
Featuring New York-style thin-crust pizza, "real" Philly cheesesteaks, pastas, and more. Daily operation starts with lunch and finishes up at 1 a.m. This is Park City's ultra lounge.
This full bar features award-winning beers on tap. Extensive menu, including weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Kids menu. Take out service available.
The Mediterranean atmosphere in Ghidotti's offers up a wonderful backdrop for its "Classic Italian" meals. Located in the Redstone Village.