The Best Affordable Restaurants in Park City
Park City, Utah offers some of the best affordable culinary experiences of any resort town. From traditional Mexican dishes, wood fired pizzas, saloon style burgers, and local organic meals, there’s no shortage of great inexpensive restaurants for locals and travelers to enjoy on a budget.
Without further ado, here are some of best affordable restaurants in Park City that explore a wealth of culinary tastes:
1284 Lowell Avenue, (435) 649-2252
Baja Cantina is a go-to for tasty and satisfying California-style Mexican food. The lunch menu is where you'll find some of your best deals with many burritos, enchiladas and salads for less than $15. A good bet is the fajita salad ($13.45) or simply the steak or chicken fajitas ($14.95). Lunch starts at 11:30 am. Kids eat free Sunday through Thursday if you buy two adult meals, so you can save money when feeding the whole family. Locals also get 10 percent off of all meals.
8208 Gorgoza Pines Rd., (435) 575-0846
Billy Blanco’s motor city inspired décor is a feast for the eyes. Amid suspended motorcycles and classic cars, their menu hosts a wide selection of affordable Mexican and tavern choices to appease any appetite. Try the taco sampler with your choice of three tacos ($17), or their famous roadhouse burger ($12) with a friend or your family. Billy Blanco’s is open Sunday – Thursday from 11:30 am to 9 pm and Friday – Saturday 11 am to 10 pm.
Buona Vita Italiano Ristorante
804 Main Street, (435) 649-1336
Craving Italian by a fireplace? Buona Vita Italiano Ristorante is your stop. Their expansive menu features pastas and pizzas that are particularly affordable, with delectable dishes like al pomodoro ($13.95). The joint opens its doors at 5 pm for dinner.
Deer Valley Grocery ~ Cafe
1375 Deer Valley Drive, (435) 615-2400
The Deer Valley Grocery ~ Cafe takes local dining to the next level. Serving fresh baked goods, paninis and more, breakfast at the cozy restaurant is a sound choice for kicking off your day right. Try the lox plate with a toasted everything bagel ($14.75) or their Dutch baby with fresh berries and powdered sugar ($11.75). Prices stay reasonable from 7:30 am to 6 p.m.
Element Kitchen and Bakery
1400 Snow Creek Dr., (435) 731-8383
Element is the king of convenience when it comes to fully prepared family meals packed with Park City culinary flavors. Feed a family of four with the Pan Roasted Sirloin Bavette w/Cauliflower Mash & Brussels ($64.60), or the Housemade Gnocchi with Gremolata ($49.40). Skip the kitchen by calling ahead for pickup or delivery Monday – Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm. Closed on Sundays.
The Eating Establishment
317 Main Street, (435) 649-8284
The Eating Establishment’s delightful all day breakfast has brought four generations to kick back at this beloved diner. Opened in 1972, the building has since seen a fresh remodel and new ownership. You can't go wrong with the three-egg omelette ($14) or pork hash ($14). Choose from the impressive breakfast or lunch menus for the best deals. Hours vary from day to day.
Main St. Deli & Eatery
525 Main Street, (435) 649-1110
Whether you're looking to munch on a mean tuna salad sandwich ($9.95) or a hearty two egg plate ($7.95) with friendly service, Main St. Deli & Eatery has the goods. It's the kind of place where the servers remember your name, and portions are huge. The deli's open 8 am to 3 pm until their fall closure Nov. 4.
No Name Saloon & Grill
447 Main St., (435) 649-6667
If you’re 21 or over, get your fill of grilled classics among a dynamic group of locals at the No Name Saloon & Grill. Located in one of Main Street's most iconic buildings, this saloon features a unique vibe with Spanish Colonial revival style architecture and one of the most popular bars in town. Any of their world-famous buffalo burgers are a must-try, such as the No Name Burger ($14.50) and the Saloon Burger ($14.50). Get decent prices on chow from 10 am to 2 pm every day. 21+.
Red Rock Junction
1640 W. Redstone Center Dr., (435) 575-0295
Red Rock Junction has earned a national reputation for its award-winning beers on tap and affordable food choices. This family-friendly brewery offers a range of wood-fire pizzas ($13) and many other dishes, making it a great choice for picky eaters on a budget. If you aren’t in the mood for pizza, try their Red Rock Burger ($11) or the cod fish & chips ($16). This brewery is open Friday – Saturday 11 am to 11 pm, and Sunday – Thursday 11 am – 10 pm.
221 Main St., (435) 649-0799
Riverhorse Provisions delivers a casual yet gourmet experience to all who visit. It's a perfect place to grab coffee or a sandwich on the go, making it easy to explore the options in their specialty market. Their deli case is divine, and the housemade pork belly BLT ($10) is a big standout. Plus, the service is always welcoming. Check them out between 8 am and 10 pm every day of the week.
Wasatch Brew Pub
250 Main Street, (435) 649-0900
When Wasatch Brew Pub opened in 1986, the local favorite became the city's first brewery since Utah’s Prohibition. Munch on traditional pub favorites like house-made breaded pickles ($9) and fried cheese curds ($8) while sipping an award-winning craft beer like the Wasatch Polygamy Porter. The pub is open at 11 am weekdays and 10 am on weekends, and closes at 10 pm.
If you're still feeling stumped about where to grab a bite to eat, the Park City Area Restaurant Association's website can always point you in the direction of the best restaurants in the area. Search our extensive directory and sort the options by price, food type and other factors like child-friendliness and live music. Contact us with any questions, and we’ll be happy to assist you!