We all enjoy a great meal with loved ones on Easter Sunday. This year, instead of cooking, why not treat your peeps to some award-winning cuisine from Park City’s finest restaurants? Or, relax in your PJs and enjoy a kid-friendly, family-style brunch you can pick up curbside. There are plenty of egg-cellent restaurants open on Easter Sunday in Park City to help you celebrate.
Read on for top tips on favorite dine-in establishments, as well as restaurants offering curbside pickup and to-go options.
Celebrate Easter 2021 in Park City with Unique Eats
Brunch, dinner, and even après ski options abound for any-bunny looking to enjoy an outstanding meal this Easter. If you truly want to up your Easter experience this year, we’ve compiled some of the hippest spots to check out. So, let’s hop to it!
Pre-order Easter Brunch for Pickup Saturday, April 3rd
Don’t miss out on an amazing Easter brunch from LUNA’s Kitchen! The restaurant is closed on Easter Sunday, but you can pre-order from a mouthwatering menu of options for pickup on Saturday, April 3rd. Start your brunch with Luna’s House Bloody Mary Mix ($15) and pair it with cherry tomato and arugula mini frittatas ($4) or order a whole ham and cheese quiche the entire family can enjoy ($45). Have a sweet tooth? You’re in luck! Choose your favorites, including homemade cinnamon rolls, strawberry pop tarts, coconut almond cake and more!
Hearth and Hill
Easter Meal Specials from 10:00 AM-8:00 PM
$195 | All Servings for 4 Guests
Available for curbside pickup or dine-in.
Hearth and Hill’s Easter menu includes a wonderful assortment of seafood options, including shrimp and lobster tail. There’s also ribeye with horseradish sauce, spinach and mushroom quiche, and more. Hearth and Hill offers patio dining options and easy online ordering for families looking for an unforgettable meal at home.
A la Carte Brunch
Known for its upscale dinners featuring some of the best locally sourced ingredients, 350 Main will be wowing us all with an elevated Easter brunch this year. Their menu will offer unique takes on classic breakfast dishes like quiche Lorraine with gruyere custard, and their almond-crusted French Toast served with PC Creamery’s dreamy Treasure Brie.
For an elegant breakfast entree, try their smoked leg of lamb with chilled rice salad and delicately roasted baby vegetables. If you already have brunch planned, don’t worry! 350 Main will also be open for dinner, so you can feast on their supper menu and either dine-in or pickup to-go.
High West Distillery & Saloon
Immerse yourself in the history of craft spirits and cowboy culture at the award-winning High West Distillery & Saloon. This year, our premier artisan distillery will have three different ways to help you savor Easter.
Note: Options and Pricing Vary Depending on Location
Main St. Saloon
11:00 AM-10:00 PM
Whether you are looking for a light snack and a whiskey flight or a bottle of rye to enjoy with Easter dinner at home, swing by this charming Saloon for a taste of the Old West.
Note: Main St. Salon will be closed Sunday, April 11, through Tuesday, April 27. Beginning Wednesday, April 28th, they will re-open their downtown hot-spot with American-West focused meals available for dine-in and curbside pickup.
High West Refectory
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
A la Carte Brunch
Experience a classic brunch with High West cuisine twists, whiskey cocktails, and more in High West’s Wanship distillery.
Note: The High West Refectory will be closed Monday April 5, through Friday, April 30, but back on Sunday May 1, with even more excellent a la carte menus, showcasing the best of Utah!
The Nelson Cottage
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM: Patio Après Ski
A la Carte Cocktails and Snack
5:30 PM: Prix-Fixe Dinner
$90 Dinner | $60 Whiskey Pairing
For all you snow bunnies getting in some end-of-season skiing this Easter, why not stop on by High West’s beautiful Nelson Cottage for some après ski action? Or, if you are looking for a high-end dinner after hitting the slopes, make reservations for their stellar prix fixe dinner featuring seasonal ingredients.
Note: The Nelson Cottage will be closed Sunday, April 11, through Thursday, June 17, so you’ll want to enjoy their unforgettable meals before summer!
Stein Eriksen Lodge
11:00 AM-2:30 PM
$75 Adults | $25 Kids
Sunday Brunch at Glitretind at Stein Eriksen Lodge has become a Park City institution. And Easter brunch is sure to meet all your expectations. Picture stunning mountain views and innumerable, delectable dishes. Everything from fine pastries to fluffy eggs and kid-friendly treats will be available. Plus, with items served family-style, your table can share all the fantastic items. We are crossing our fingers that the weather will allow for some patio dining, but even if the weather doesn’t cooperate, there are still plenty of soothing sights to be had from inside the luxurious dining room.
If you are looking for an intimate Easter brunch in a one-of-a-kind setting, Stein Alpenglobes will be available for reservations. These four perfectly climate-controlled globes are poised on the deck of the lodge, providing 360° scenic views. You can revel in their outstanding cuisine in your Alpine bubble, overlooking the landscape. It does not get more egg-ceptional than this!
Note: Priority for globe dining is given to Stein Collection lodging guests.
More Egg-ceedingly Good Restaurants with Dine-in and Takeout Options
For even more Easter food fun, including takeout restaurants open on Easter Sunday, don’t forget about some of our Park City staples:
Powder at Waldorf Astoria
Spectacular views, sustainable practices, and elevated cuisine. Serving brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Riverhorse on Main
One of the oldest restaurants in Park City promising unparalleled ambiance, serving gourmet breakfast and dinner menus.
Enjoy Easter Dining in Park City, Utah
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