Where to Find the Best Food in Park City Utah
Whether the occasion calls for a lavish dinner and drinks after shopping in town or fueling up with brunch before ripping through trails on your mountain bike, Park City’s restaurants have you covered. From traditional Thai to healthy fast-casual to the world’s best lobster roll, here are the essential restaurants of Utah’s most famous ski town and summer destination.
A few minutes from Canyons Village in a strip mall — deter you; it’s the spot for homemade pasta). Open for dinner six nights a week, it’s a solid option after a full day skiing or hiking at Canyons Resort. And be sure to end with the standout gelato.
The fourth area outpost of this fast-casual, counter-service cafe chain is the perfect healthy pit stop between heavier meals. The fresh fare that qualifies includes a steelhead trout plate with a sesame miso marinade, poke tuna with spicy sesame couscous, Thai carrots with avocado, and naan tacos. There are mix-and-match proteins and market sides, too, as well as kombucha from Salt Lake City-based Mamachari on tap.
Husband-and-wife team Alex and Rhia Bartolo opened the doors to this newish neighborhood trattoria in 2019 and have since served up fresh Italian favorites with a focus on pasta. While the dinner menu impresses with entrees like branzino saltimbocca, Idaho trout, and risotto alla Milanese, brunch and lunch are the best bets. Decadent daytime dishes include a blueberry Dutch baby pancake, beet tomato burrata, savory veggie waffle, and even chicken parmigiana.
Hearth and Hill attract locals for a fresh and approachable take on contemporary American cuisine. The industrial space is warmed up with big, group-friendly booths and a lively bar where you can imbibe a create-your-own Old Fashioned or signature cocktails like the Pink Sky.
As Park City’s first-ever full-service butcher, this meat emporium opened in December 2020, but it’s already a go-to in town for high-quality and rare cuts. It was founded by a trio of friends who took inspiration from the classic European deli. The menu changes daily depending on what’s fresh, but expect charcuterie spreads, pates, and grab-and-go items, as well as fresh artisan pizzas from a wood-fired oven.
Being landlocked is no matter for Freshie’s Lobster, which has been doling out piles of crisp crustacean (flown in fresh daily from Maine) salad on New England hot dog buns since 2009. There’s usually a line out the door, thanks to a number of awards — including the World’s Best Lobster Roll at the 2017 Down East Lobster Roll Festival in Portland.
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