Get ready for a two-week culinary affair featuring two-course lunches and three-course dinners at some of Park City’s top restaurants! From October 6 – Sunday, October 20, we’re bringing locals and travelers together for a chance to nosh on delectable cuisine at wallet-friendly prices. For only $10-$15 per person for lunch and $20-$40 per person for dinner, Dine About Park City is the perfect opportunity to head out and taste your way through authentic and local cuisine specific to our area.Read More
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.Read More
TUPELO MIXOLOGIST TREVOR BROWN MAINTAINS REIGN AS PARK CITY SUMMER COCKTAIL CONTEST CHAMPION “La Vaquera” Voted Best Summer Sipper
The online voting polls have officially closed, and the Park City Area Restaurant Association Summer Cocktail Contest names Mixologist Trevor Brown the winner of this year’s competition for his cocktail, La Vaquera. The last four weeks were filled with sips, samples and second rounds as Park City locals and visitors imbibed at two dozen participating restaurants and cast their votes for the community’s best summer cocktail.Read More
The Park Record’s Park City’s Best 2019 Awards held July 29 recognized more than two dozen Park City Area Restaurant Association members in nearly all Dining categories. The annual awards give residents of Park City and Summit County the opportunity to vote for their favorite local businesses in Dining, Fun & Community, Home & Garden, Medical, Services, Shopping and Sports categoriesRead More
Looking for something fun to do while you’re visiting Park City this Labor Day Weekend? We have you covered. Make the most out of your Labor Day Weekend–known by us Parkites as Miners' Day–by participating in a wealth of fun activities while you’re here! From the Running of the Balls to eating at one of our world-class restaurants, here’s what to do in Park City on Labor Day Weekend.Read More
The Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) introduces its newest initiative, Park City Plated. Beginning in August, the program will feature a different Park City restaurant each month, offering special menu items for an incredible value to welcome new and returning guests to try their innovative menu creations.
To properly honor the whiskey originally produced by Mormon pioneers, High West Distillery releases its newest version of Valley Tan in conjunction with the Beehive State’s Pioneer Day on Wednesday, July 24. A blend of wheat and oat whiskeys aged from 3 to 6 years, Valley Tan is only sold in Utah, fittingly referred to as “Utah’s whiskey” to pay respects to the state’s first trailblazers.Read More
Park City's Summer Cocktail Contest runs from July 1 - July 31, 2019. All month long, Park City mixologists compete for a chance to be crowned Park City’s top bartender. Learn more!Read More
From exploring the Uinta National Forest to white water rafting at Weber River, here are our favorite summer activities to do in Park City paired with excellent restaurants.Read More
Hearth and Hill, Park City’s popular new “gathering spot,” invites guests to experience its exciting new summer lunch, dinner, and après menus. The season also marks the long-awaited debut of Hearth and Hill’s spacious patio (dogs welcome), a perfect spot to toast a long day at work or play with daily 50% off appetizer specials from 3 pm - 5 pm,except Sundays. The restaurant continues to feature local musical talent multiple times a week.Read More
Looking for the inside scoop on patios in Park City? We’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorite bars and restaurants with outside seating options accompanied with local cuisine and refreshing cocktails to maximize your summer mountain retreat. From pup-friendly pubs, foodie destinations for the whole family, to dinner al fresco, these patios have something special for anyone looking for a special outdoor dining experience in Park City.Read More
Heading to Park City for the 4th of July? If so, we’ve put together a list of must-do activities for anyone traveling for the weekend and locals looking to join in on our fun mountain traditions. Start your day with an early morning pancake breakfast and end it by watching Park City Mountain’s dazzling fireworks. Here are 5 of the best things to do in Park City this Independence Day.Read More
Savor the Summit is Park City's largest outdoor dinner party in the state and returns Saturday, June 22! Each year, over 2,500 guests join us from every part of the globe at the “Grand Table” in the middle of Main Street to eat world-renowned cuisine and drinks made by the best Park City bars and restaurants. Complementing each inspiring menu are a host of excellent spirits, live music, and an eventful sunset courtesy of our beautiful area.
We invite you to join us for an outdoor dining experience unlike any other. Here are a few restaurants and bars serving unforgettable dishes and drinks at this year’s Savor the Summit in Park City, Utah.Read More
Park City acts as a premier Memorial Day Weekend destination for travelers looking to experience thrilling mountain biking adventures, world class golf courses, mountain culture, and delightful local cuisine. Our mild weather encourages outdoor activities on and off Historic Main Street, and the end of mud season means the return of many of our favorite restaurants.
Looking for something fun to do while visiting Park City this Memorial Day Weekend? Here are a few of our favorite activities and restaurants to enjoy over your extended weekend.Read More
Hearth and Hill restaurant, a popular Park City “gathering spot”, welcomes guests to its first Easter brunch on Sunday, April 21. A fresh, abundant menu paired with refreshing beverages and entertaining live music will greet patrons this Easter and every Sunday thereafter.Read More
Park City restaurants and bars capture the spirit of Cinco de Mayo with flavorful plates and tasteful events celebrating Mexican culture.
Here are a few bars and restaurants your family and friends can gather for refreshments, fellowship, and to feast on the exceptional cuisine brought to us by our neighbors South of the border.
Park City restaurants are known for serving delectable brunch plates and early morning breakfasts to eager crowds looking for locally inspired cuisine. If you’re visiting our resort town for the first time, a frequent tourist here during the spring, or simply a local looking to try something new, join us at one of these special restaurants honoring 2019’s Rite of Spring with delectable dishes.Read More
The snow is still falling, but spring and summer are just around the corner. Park City’s world-famous restaurants, bars and cafes will be temporarily closing or adjusting their hours for the spring shoulder season. Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort are set to close Sunday, April 7.Read More
Park City has become a go-to destination for families on ski vacations, friends planning bachelorette parties, and crowds of all sizes celebrating special events.
No matter how big your party is, there’s a restaurant in Park City that can seat your headcount. Here are five of our favorite restaurants that will happily serve your hungry crew comfortably.
Park City bars and restaurants work with local and national talent to pair artists with menus that take restaurant-goers through an array of musical and culinary palettes. Each setting offers excellent culinary experiences for every kind of foodie, accompanied with live music and creative performances that elevates the magic of any evening.
From soothing piano tunes, to DJs with funky beats, and classically trained guitar players, here are a few of our favorite places in Park City adding rhythm to their plates.
Element Kitchen & Bakery now offers brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am 2:00pm. Enjoy All American Breakfast, Avocado Toast & more.Read More
You don’t have to ski or snowboard to enjoy Park City. In fact, we have plenty of fun and engaging activities for non-skiers to enjoy beyond the slopes. Explore the exciting shops on Main Street, take a cultural adventure across town, or plan a day bowling with friends and family.
Enjoy our non-skiers guide on what to do in Park City.Read More
Park City has undergone a culinary explosion that accompanies some of the best cocktails made by renowned mixologists and craft beers produced by award-winning breweries. We also have wineries, distilleries, and saloons with full-service bars that make it easy for anyone over 21 to find a classic adult refreshment around town.
Here are a few places to enjoy the best cocktails, pints, and bottles of wine in Park City.Read More
The ski town’s world-renowned restaurants are serving up heart-warming specials for Valentine’s Day. If the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, your loved one is sure to swoon this Valentine’s Day in Park City. A slew of Park City’s famed restaurants, bars and lounges are serving date-night specials Feb. 14, which this year falls on a Thursday. Read on for the rundown, but be sure to check with each establishment for reservations or any last-minute changes.Read More
Stein Eriksen Residences, the finest mountain lodging experience in modern luxury, welcomes guests to its onsite diningestablishment, The 7-8-8-0 Club, now open for the 2018/19 winter season. The latest addition to Stein Collection’s world-renowned restaurants, The 7-8-8-0 Club features an innovative menu of new favorites and savory foods with convenient ski-out/ski-in access for skiers enjoying the slopes of Deer Valley Resort.Read More
Romance thrives with good conversations, mutual affection and often, delightful food. Whether you're enjoying exquisite high-end cuisine or a down-to-earth dinner with your partner, sharing a meal builds intimacy in a way like nothing else can.
Make your night easier by placing an early reservation for Valentine’s Day at one of these outstanding Park City restaurants.
Park City has become a go-to destination for couples looking for a romantic getaway. The spectacular views of nature help people gravitate toward each other in awe, and our restaurants prompt comfortable conversations that transform our area into one of the most romantic cities in America.
To help you plan a full day of romance around that beauty, we are listing a few of our favorite romantic places in Park City for you and your partner to enjoy in the winter.Read More
Stein Eriksen Lodge Vice President of Food & Beverage & Corporate Chef Zane Holmquist, returns to the set of NBC’s TODAY Christmas show for the seventh year in a row. Holmquist will prepare a selection of seasonal recipes in celebration of holiday traditions.Read More
Sea meets snow at RIME Raw Bar, the world’s only slope side raw bar, located at the Deer Crest Cabin at the top of the Jordanelle Gondola at Deer Valley Resort. The latest endeavor from Matt Harris, renowned chef and restaurant owner of tupelo Park City, RIME lures skiers to its New England and coastal European-inspired seafood, paired with local beers and curated wines.Read More
After a long night of ringing in the New Year with friends and family, a hearty breakfast will give you the energy to kick off 2019 right!
These great restaurants open for brunch on New Year’s Day will prime you for an exciting day skiing on the mountain, or exploring the one-of-a-kind shops downtown.Read More
Break out the party hats, pull your loved ones close and warm up your voice for another rendition of the "Auld Lang Syne." Prepare for a night of jubilation after a day of skiing the mountain or checking out the Snowfest.
Here are the best New Year's Eve events in Park City for longtime residents and visitors alike.
You don’t have to go home to enjoy a Christmas meal in Park City after seeing the holiday lights and ice sculptures of Snowfest, or taking a horse-drawn sleigh ride up the mountain.
Whether you’re a traveler on a holiday ski vacation, a Salt Lake City native visiting family, or simply a local looking to leave the kitchen behind, Park City restaurants are making it easy to find a great meal on Christmas Day.Read More
With a 13-foot candy cane mast, 8-foot dragon figure, and 9 feet of gingerbread stretching from bow to stern on each side, this year’s Christmas-themed gingerbread display will feature an authentic Viking ship scheduled to set sail at Stein Eriksen Lodge on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. The vessel, complete with sail, shields, and oars, will pay homage to Stein Eriksen Lodge’s proud Norwegian heritage. The sight to behold will be docked in the Mountain Lodge next to an elaborate, 32-foot decorated Christmas tree, as part of the Lodge’s imaginative holiday décor.Read More
Hearth and Hill will open soon, offering a refreshing new dining experience to Park City’s residents and visitors. The 192-seat restaurant, located next to Best Buy in Kimball Junction, features an innovative menu in a newly constructed, upscale-casual environment. Opening is targeted for the week of December 17.Read More
Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you have a range of delicious restaurants and bars to choose from when you're ready to stomp the snow off your boots and settle in for a warm meal. Park City eateries not only serve ski town classics like chili, burgers and craft beers, but a variety of international favorites including tapas and sushi and more.
Here are our top picks on where to eat during the 2018 holidays in Park City.Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year in the most wonderful food and drink destination in the West. Park City invites friends and neighbors from across the region and around the world to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve with its member restaurants this month, which are serving special menus for the holidays.Read More
Whether you’re venturing up from Salt Lake City, or visiting the area from out-of-state, we’re sure you’ll be able to find a restaurant that satisfies those Thanksgiving food cravings.
Here are a few of our favorite restaurants open on Thanksgiving, so you can focus on fun times with family and friends:Read More
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 our local favorites that explore a wealth of culinary tastes.
Come check out our completely updated look throughout the restaurant which we know you’ll love and will make your dining experience even better! Plus, they've prepared an amazing new menu, and they've also introduced a NEW Raw Bar!Read More
The leaves are changing and Park City is gearing up for winter. A number of the region’s award-winning restaurants will continue serving their renowned food and drinks through the shoulder season – including some with can’t-miss specials.Read More
Owner-Chef Adam Ross from Twisted Fern presents a Striped Bass with Farro Risotto and Marinated Carrots. Twisted Fern is a Park City eatery committed to honoring the roots of the ingredients with a twist of creativity serving lunch and dinner daily. A chic choice for a seasonally changing New American menu & cocktails, plus patio seating. They are also participating in the Dine About which runs from October 1-14.Read More
Chefs from five of Park City, Utah’s top eating establishments have been invited to present their craft at a special dining event at the historic James Beard House in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Chefs Jodie Rogers, Deer Valley Resort’s Director of Food and Beverage; Briar Handly, Chef/Partner of Handle; Seth Adams, Executive Chef and Owner of Riverhorse on Main; Zane Holmquist, Vice President of Food & Beverage and Corporate Chef for The Stein Collection; and Matthew Harris, Chef/Owner of Tupelo Park City will combine forces on Thursday, Sept. 20, showcasing Park City’s diverse, creative and hyper-innovative food culture.Read More
“Cherry in the Rye” Takes Top Honors
In the tightest race to date of the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) Summer Cocktail Contest, it was a showdown to the final hours when votes tipped the scales for Mixologist Trevor Brown’s Cherry in the Rye at historic Main Street’s tupelo.Read More