Although Summit County's mask mandate has been lifed, masks may still be required at Park City area restaurants beyond this date until further notice. We kindly ask that diners respect and comply with these requirements. Please show courtesy and compassion to everyone, whether they choose to wear a mask or not. The public is encouraged to continue health measures that prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our communities: frequently sanitizing hands and high-touch surfaces and social distancing in public areas, especially indoors.
Can see in the features section on each restaurant page, if a mask is required.
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PARK CITY RESTAURANTS STILL COOKIN’ THROUGH FALL
Kitchens of member restaurants of the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) are still hot through the fall season, and guests are encouraged to maintain their support of these local businesses whether it be by trying a new spot or returning to their tried-and true favorites.
“Our resilient restaurant community continues to offer their award-winning menus through the fall season,” Park City Area Restaurant Association executive director Ginger Wicks said. “Patrons can enjoy dine-in and take-out options of fresh, seasonal dishes rich in autumn’s robust flavors.”
Currently fall hours are as follows:
350 Main: Reopening seven nights a week on Nov. 12 for the season.
Bangkok Thai on Main: Open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. and will continue to serve lunch on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays beginning at noon and serving through dinner.
Hearth and Hill: Open Monday through Thursday, noon – 8:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, noon – 9 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. Hearth and Hill is also offering a Shop in Utah special. For patrons who spend $100 on food seven days a week, they will receive a $25 voucher to be used on a future food purchase Sunday through Thursday.
The 7880 Club - Reopening November 25 for the season.
Summit County and Park City continue ask that all residents and visitors follow social distancing protocols including the new health order mandating the use of face coverings/masks in a variety of public locations. Park City restaurants, bars, hotels, and recreational areas are still open and following safe business practices to protect the health and welfare of our guests and staff. For details please visit the travel update page.