Our community joins many across the world in a unified effort to reduce the impacts of COVID-19.
Summit County Health Department has determined that the closure of a wide variety of venues is critical to minimize further community spread. As a result, the county has prohibited all dine-in food service. Restaurants are permitted to offer take-out through curbside or drive-thru service.
Home / CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S WITH PARK CITY
Make this holiday season one to remember with Park City’s world-famous restaurants.
From dinner with Santa at 350 Main, to the finest of fine dining at Couchevel and tupelo, to traditional turkey dinner at Eating Establishment, these are gatherings sure to put a little extra magic in the holidays.
Our chefs are truly some of the best in the world – gift yourself and your friends and loved ones by joining us for any of these holiday gatherings here in Park City this season.
Most of the events below require reservations; contact individual restaurants for details and updates.
Through Dec. 28, liven up your dinner at home – or make a splash at the next potluck – with mouthwatering selections from Park City Provisions by Riverhorse. Selections include spinach and apple salad, herb-roasted turkey, baked honey glazed ham, sides of candied sweet potatoes, sage stuffing, rosemary garlic mashed potatoes, green bean and macadamia nut gratin, and fresh baked dinner rolls, plus desserts like apple pie and pumpkin pie.
This Park City gathering spot is serving its raved-about daily menu, plus a Christmas-special porchetta, featuring an Italian style pork roast stuffed with vegetables, served with creamy Anson Mills grits and roasted broccolini.
$72 for adults, $122 with wine pairing; $36 for children ages 4-12
Impeccable service and gracious style await you at Powder this Christmas Eve. Start with your choice of composed lobster-tuna salad, Niman Ranch roasted lamb loin carpaccio or forest wild and exotic mushroom cappuccino. Then enjoy an intermezzo, followed by entrée choices of grilled swordfish, “duck 2 ways” breast and confit, or wagyu bavette. Cap the evening with a Vienna style Christmas dessert with fromage blanc mousse, Tahitian vanilla bean and apple.
This stylish, upscale restaurant and bar featuring elevated, globally inspired New American cuisine is serving a delicious five-course dinner: Start with warm local burrata and honey toast, with pickled apple, red kuri squash puree and white truffle, followed by frisee salad, roasted butternut squash, duck confit, bacon lardon, tarragon yogurt dressing and car acara orange. After a dish of coriander spiced Hawaiian tuna, enjoy a petite wagyu sirloin with brown butter and sage parsnip mash, ancho chile bordelaise, toasted benne crumb and roasted carrots. Dessert is chocolate cherry galette.
This Park City mainstay opens at 8 a.m., serving its popular daily menu until 2 p.m. Then from 2-8 p.m., join Eating Establishment for a traditional three-course turkey dinner: your choice of mixed greens or wedge salad, followed by slow-roasted turkey with all the fixings – homemade stuffing, green beans, classic cranberry sauce, savory mashed potatoes and squash with brown sugar. Save room for dessert: it features beer bar bread pudding or Patricia’s famous pumpkin cheesecake. Vegetarian options will also be available.
Includes appetizer choice of Arugula salad with cranberries, walnut, and citrus vinaigrette or roasted red pepper soup. Entrée includes choice of New York strip with grilled shrimp, our famous Irish mashers and sautéed asparagus or lobster pasta with herbed cream sauce, sautéed veggies and mozzarella cheese. Dessert is hot apple cobbler with French vanilla ice cream. View Menu
This stylish, upscale restaurant and bar featuring elevated, globally inspired New American cuisine is serving a delicious five-course dinner: Start with warm local burrata and honey toast, with pickled apple, red kuri squash puree and white truffle, followed by frisee salad, roasted butternut squash, duck confit, bacon lardon, tarragon yogurt dressing and car acara orange. After a dish of coriander spiced Hawaiian tuna, enjoy a petite wagyu sirloin with brown butter and sage parsnip mash, ancho chile bordelaise, toasted benne crumb and roasted carrots. Dessert is gingerbread cake.
$95 for adults, $155 with wine pairing; $47 for children ages 4-12
Experience an unforgettable dining experience while ringing in the New Year with friends and family. Start with your choice of thyme crusted tuna or beet and goat cheese with aged balsamic, followed by a forest wild and exotic mushroom cappuccino, then one of three delicious dishes for your entrée: herb and curry marinated lamb loin, squab breast and foie gras, or mushroom crusted Chilean seabass. Dessert is a “New Year’s Surprise with Tahitian vanilla, fromage blanc and raspberries.
The dishes at tupelo tell the stories that its chefs have experienced throughout their food journey, with a nod to sustainable production in every dish. Join them on a food journey this New Year’s Eve, starting with Riesling buttered king crab, potato chip, dill remoulade, lemon and sturgeon caviar, followed by tagliatelle with black winter truffles, black trumpet mushrooms and smoked parmesan cream. Enjoy benne seed Hawaiian tuna with foie gras pate, candied beets, finger lime caviar and fennel, then pan roasted wagyu with potato chive rosti, Maine diver scallop, black garlic bordelaise and white truffles. Dessert is a champagne crème brulee with balsamic strawberries, honeyed blackberries, freeze dried raspberries and gold dusted chocolate shortbread. Porterhouse and chateaubriand for two will also be on offer at market price, as well as sides of poached lobster.