The Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Park City
Let’s face it, we love our dogs and we would take them everywhere with us if we could. Fortunately, dozens of restaurants and bars in Park City welcome our four-legged friends, so we no longer have to pick between our canines and a delicious meal. Looking for a dog-friendly restaurant in Park City? Leash up Fido and hit the town! Here are six restaurants in Park City that allow dogs.
1. The Corner Store
1325 Lowell Ave
Located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, The Corner Store has been one of our favorite dog-friendly local spots since 1974. Their down-home approach to cuisine and excellent service make them the perfect place to enjoy a casual meal and meet other dog owners alike. With a spacious outdoor patio–which is heated during the chillier months–the staff welcomes your furry friend with open arms. We recommend trying their Avalanche Nachos, piled high with all the fixings or building your own burger. At The Corner Store, you and canine companion can spend a relaxing afternoon taking in the views, while enjoying the refreshing mountain air.
2. Blind Dog Restaurant
1251 Kearns Blvd.
Open Tuesday-Saturday for Dinner/Closed Sunday-Monday.
It would be a shame if a restaurant named Blind Dog didn’t accept dogs. Fortunately, this distinctive fusion sushi spot near the Kimball Art Center is owned by a dog lover who understands K-9 dining better than most restaurateurs. Start by grabbing a spot on their fantastic patio and enjoy happy hour with the pup. Need a drink? Their extensive bar menu includes several Park City cocktail favorites and local draft beers on tap. When you’re ready to order, split the steak bites and order the firecracker roll or the tuna tataki for yourself. If sushi isn’t your thing, make sure to try something from their exquisite raw bar. You won’t regret it.
3. Silver Star Cafe
1825 Three Kings Dr.
Need a place to grab some grub after a strenuous hike with your pup? Silver Star Cafe offers a dog- friendly patio with water bowls for your thirsty pup, along with diverse food and beverage menus for its human patrons. For a refreshing cocktail, we love the Busy Bee, a unique blend of Wahaca Mezcal, lemon juice, honey, and spicy cayenne bitters. Definitely order one of their hearth-fired pizzas or the delicious bacon and egg pie. Looking for a little music to enjoy in Park City with your best friend? The Silver Star Cafe hosts musicians every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for the Acoustic Music Dinner Shows as well.
4. Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar
1765 Sidewinder Dr(435) 645-9696
Lespri has an incredible European style patio that makes it the ideal place to bring your canine buddy for an Alpine Al Fresco dining experience. While theirsteak game is serious–they cook up the top2% Prime USDA meats worldwide–don’t overlook their masterfully prepared sushi options. Order their Hamachi Gari Roll with cucumbers and sprouts topped with sake and lemongrass ginger sauce. Or try out the playfully named Prime Time; the equivalent of a beef tartare sushi roll made with their exquisite tartare with capers topped with carpaccio – it’s unlike anything you’ve ever tasted!
5. 501 Main
501 Main St.
501 Main is a dog-friendly casual eatery serving up seasonal and regional fare that’s located right in the heart of downtown Park City. Bring your canine companions while you dine on delectable cuisine on their pooch welcoming patio. You can even start your day with an impressive brunch that includes seasonal quiche cups, or go the hearty route and get the Loaded Breaky Fries. 501 Main is also open for lunch and dinner, making them a must-frequent for dog owners searching for a rotating menu that delivers something new at each visit.
6. Wasatch Brew Pub
250 Main St.
A Park City staple, Wasatch Brew Pub has been producing delicious beers and slinging pub grub since 1986. They also have a dog-friendly patio right on Main Historic Street that’s perfect for you and your best friend to enjoy mouthwatering grub. Cool off with a frosty Haze Craze, their take on a hazy IPA, and start your meal with an order of their fried brussel sprouts served with avocado-lemon aioli. Don’t forget to try their Wasatch beer-battered fish & chips, or their housemade meatloaf with Niman Ranch ground beef. Keep in mind, Wasatch Brew Pub is 21+.
Park City Restaurants that Welcome Dogs
We can’t wait to meet your pooch at one of our favorite Park City restaurants! Looking for other dining recommendations that allow dogs? Visit our website and search for more restaurants in America’s favorite resort town that welcome Fido to learn more.