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RESTAURANTS

WINTER MENU FEATURES
COMFORT FOODS OF THE SEASON

Hearth and Hill, a favorite Park City “gathering spot”, is celebrating its successful opening year with fresh winter-season lunch, dinner, après and bar menus curated by Executive Chef Jordan Harvey and Team. Colder temps call for warm, hearty meals and special cocktails to curb the winter chill. After enjoying a day of indoor or outdoor winter activities, there’s nothing better than the restaurant’s lively bar area, with its locally sourced après menu, cocktails and beers.
Hearth and Hill“Winter is in full swing, and we are celebrating accordingly with our new seasonal offerings,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “By sourcing the freshest local ingredients, we’re able to create unforgettable dishes, flavor pairings and cocktails that will leave our guests refueled for another day on the mountain or kicked back in front of the fireplace.” 
Slalom into the dining experience with unique shareables such as Desert Mountain beef cheek tostada, flank steak gyoza, pierogi, cornmeal dusted cuttlefish and rapini flatbread. Winter salad offerings include Pyne Farm Apple Salad with walnut, pearl onion, shallot, arugula, dill goat cheese and citrus vinaigrette; or warm beets and quinoa with Park City Creamery brie, spinach, brown butter, preserved lemon, everything spice and blackberry pickle.
Settle in with good-for-the-soul entrees such as Riverence Farm Trout with wild rice, celery, citrus, dill cashew aioli; Falafel with lentil puree, crudité, cauliflower, pomegranate molasses; or Scallops with turnip rice pudding, mushroom, Brussels sprout and lemongrass broth.  Finish with decadent treats including sundae nachos, sticky toffee pudding, popcorn cheesecake, Nutella fudge s’mores or dulce de leche skillet cookie. Savor seasonal cocktails such as the Smoked Apple featuring Wahaka Mezcal, ginger, apple, lemon and cinnamon; the Frostbite with Tito’s vodka, Chareau Aloe Demerara, lime and mint; or the Last Run with Kahlua, Frangelico and Baileys Irish Cream.
Kids can keep their (winter) cool by choosing options from a unique children’s menu of grilled chicken breast, sautéed shrimp, crispy chicken strips and spaghetti.  For every children’s meal sold, Hearth and Hill donates $1 to EATS Park City, a local nonprofit dedicated to ensuring every student has opportunities to develop lifelong healthy habits and access to fresh, nutritious food. 

ABOUT HEARTH AND HILL
Hearth and Hill, 1153 Center Drive in the Newpark Center at Kimball Junction, captures the spirit, cuisine and culture of Park City. Featuring a fresh, approachable take on contemporary American cuisine, locally driven, in a fun, casual atmosphere, the award-winning addition to Park City’s dining scene serves as a gathering spot for friends, families, locals and visitors.  Open 11:30am-9:00pm (9:30pm Fridays and Saturdays), and 10:00am for Sunday brunch, Hearth and Hill includes an exposition kitchen, full bar, private dining room, patio, frequent live music and abundant free, covered parking. The Hearth and Hill team is committed to “Inspiring our associates, thrilling our guests, and enriching our community.”  Hearth and Hill won 2019 Park City’s Best Awards for Best Lunch and Best Family Restaurant (tied), and placed among the top 3 for Best Restaurant, Best Signature Cocktail, Best Brunch and Best Wait Staff or Dining Service.  For more information and reservations, please visit hearth-hill.com.