Park City Restaurants with Must-See Incredible Views
There’s no denying that Park City is an outdoor lover's dream! With a plethora of hiking and biking trails, indelible scenery, and white-capped mountain ranges, it’s no wonder people come here from all over the world to let our backyard be their playground. And there’s no shortage of delectable restaurants with unrivaled mountain views to spend the day or evening enjoying while you eat.
Looking for a restaurant in Park City with a view? Here are some of our favorite places we take friends and family so they can experience the awesome landscapes found in our area.
Further Reading: See our list of Top Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in Park City!
7 Restaurants in Park City with Stunning Views You’ll Love
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1. Glitretind & Troll Hallen Lounge at Stein Eriksen Lodge
7700 Stein Way, (435) 645-6455
Dinner Monday-Sunday and Brunch on Sundays
Nobody does Alpine elegance quite like the Glitretind Restaurant. Boasting an award-winning wine list and sophisticated cuisine, this high-end eatery offers a high-altitude dining experience with breathtaking views of the gorgeous Deer Valley Resort. Warm-up with a glass of Scotch from their well-curated spirits list in the winter, or sip on a glass of wine from their extensive wine menu and watch the Aspens change in the fall. Glitretind’s menu also rotates based on the seasons, so you can expect fresh and creative fare that matches the changing landscape. Try their Shellfish Pepper soup - a trio of shellfish, garnished with briny caviar–it’s fantastic! For mountain views and four-star cuisine, Glitretind always leaves an impression.
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2. Red Tail Grill
3855 Grand Summit Dr.
When locals want a family-friendly meal with views of the slopes, we head to Red Trail Grill to après ski. Their menu of refined Gastropub grub has something for every eater. Carnivores love the half rack of ribs with smoked cherry barbeque sauce, which has the perfect balance of sweetness and smokiness to please any meat-eater. Looking for a vegetarian meal in Park City? Red Tail’s pulled jackfruit sandwich is the perfect option for anyone wanting a non-meat dish or for those looking to try something new. They also offer a bold drink list with handcrafted cocktails, like the Frozen Mai-Tini and the Prairie Mule. Order a drink, enjoy a meal, and enjoy yourself while you take in the alpine views surrounding the Red Trail Grill.
3. Cafe Terigo
424 Main Street, (435) 645-9555
Park City is known for our breathtaking mountains and killer views, but don’t pass up dining downtown to find equally impressive scenery. At Cafe Terigo, guests can enjoy a meal while taking in the sights of Historic Main Street’s urban backdrop from their patio. Their European inspired outdoor seating area and Old-World vibe make this a premier spot to spend a leisurely day–or evening–enjoying our charming downtown. What should you try? We love ordering a variety of their starters to share with the table. A few of our favorites are the tender grilled artichoke, smoked salmon rillettes, and prosciutto and goat cheese plates. Pair these bites with a bottle of bold Italian wine and enjoy the views at one of our favorite places to eat outdoors.
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4. Apex at Montage Deer Valley
9100 Marsac Avenue, (435) 604-1402
If you’re looking for an upscale dining experience with panoramic picturesque views of the Wasatch Mountains, then trek over to Apex at Montage Deer Valley. With floor-to-ceiling windows, you can dine while enjoying their refined ambiance, gourmet continental cuisine, and our supreme landscapes from your table. When you're ready to order, delight your taste buds with the decadent coriander crusted Utah pork belly accompanied with banana vindaloo, oven-dried grapes, and verjus. While Apex is known for their impeccably prepared steak, they also offer standout seafood dishes. Check out their wild Alaskan Halibut, with poblano purée, cauliflower, pioppini mushrooms, pickled kumquats, and coffee citrus reduction. Looking for the best time to reserve a table at Apex with a view? We recommend making one near sunset to take in our high-desert skyline and mountain landscapes!
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5. Powder at Waldorf Astoria
Frostwood Drive, (435) 647-5566
Enjoy a modern Alpine inspired menu celebrating Utah’s seasonal cuisine at Powder! Their rotating menu and serene mountain setting make this restaurant truly one of the best places in Park City to dine at with a view. They pay homage to the beauty and the bounty of PC with contemporary cuisine coupled with expansive sights and local ingredients that will leave you inspired. Expect a romantic dusting of white powder around the property in the winter and warm up by ordering the wild and exotic mushroom cappuccino “soup,” finished with a dollop of rich crème. No matter what’s on the menu, you're bound to enjoy the views on and off your plate.
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6. Silver Star Cafe
1825 Three Kings Drive, (435) 655-3456
Lunch/Dinner Wednesday-Sunday and Brunch Saturday-Sunday
Nestled at the base of Park City Mountain Resort’s Silver Star Chairlift lies the go-to après ski spot, Silver Star Cafe. Parkites enjoy Silver Star for its down-home approach to food, rustic charm, and impressive views. With outdoor bistro-style seating and a great valley vantage point, it’s also the perfect place for après ski hangouts. Stop in for lunch and try one of their hearty sandwiches, or their creative (and vegan!) Jackfruit taco. Or come for dinner and stay for the live music! Silver Star doesn’t accept reservations for brunch or lunch, but dinner reservations are encouraged.
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7. The Bridge Café and Grill
825 Main Street, (435) 658-5451
The Bridge Café and Grill is located at the bottom of the Town Lift on Main Street and hosts a patio known for letting visitors take full advantage of Park City’s majestic scenery. Their affordable menu mixes American cuisine with Brazilian flavors to bring dishes that highlight how well both of these culinary cultures work together. Enjoy authentic dishes like the Moqueca Baiana–complemented by the traditional Caipirinha cocktail–while skiers come in from the mountain or dine on a burger and a beer in the summer. It’s become an ideal place to start a morning over brunch and picturesque views or recharging between ski rides. The Bridge Café will leave you planning your next trip.
Park City Restaurants with a View Near Me!
From the best après ski spots, to downtown summer dining and resort hangouts, Park City restaurants offer stunning views and savory bites for anyone looking to take in our dynamic landscapes on and off the table. If you are looking for other high-altitude restaurants in Park City with views, visit our website and search to learn more.