Dining in Deer Valley
In the evening, Deer Valley offers a choice of five restaurants (The Mariposa, Royal Street Café, Seafood Buffet, Fireside Dining and The Brass Tag) and if you want a daytime dining experience you can choose from eight different options (Silver Lake Restaurant, Snow Park Restaurant, Royal Street Café, Bald Mountain Pho, Empire Canyon Grill, Snowshoe Tommy’s, Cushing’s Cabin, Deer Valley Café).
Deer Valley is so close to Park City that you can easily sample the huge number of restaurants and below is just a small selection. Advanced reservations of restaurants are strongly recommended, especially during the hours of 7pm – 9pm. For busy periods, such as the festive season and Easter, and for larger parties, this is even more important. The dress code in Deer Valley is comfortable and casual. Some people do choose to dress up, but it is certainly not a requirement.
Voted best restaurant in Park City in 2007. The menu at 350 Main comprises of delicious signature dishes such as a Tower of Ahi and Hamachi and Black Pepper Crusted Venison Medallions. “At 350 Main, we strive to use only the freshest available products for menu preparation: those that are naturally or organically grown, and environmentally responsible whenever possible. Bon Appétit!” - Chef Michael LeClerc
Blind Dog Grill
In 1988 Blind Dog was a tiny, family operated restaurant with the beginning of a great idea. "With all of the right ingredients: fresh fish flown in from everywhere, hand cut prime meats with two people in the kitchen and about the same out front to serve our fare. We cooked everything, and I do mean everything, from scratch in our closet of a kitchen. We still do. Eight years later we doubled in size, added a beautiful yet cozy bar, created a catering company and we are home to the best sushi in Park City, Blind Dog Style of course!"
Chimayo – South Western
The cuisine created at Chumayo is not like the typical southwestern fare you may have had before. Here at Chimayo we blend integral Southwestern attributes with a progressive French-American technique of cooking creating our own special style of food preparation that is truly unique and different. The food here captures the best characteristics of the cuisine of the Southwest and rolls them seamlessly together with the more refined and elegant style of French-American gastronomy creating the special fare you will find on the menu.
As the name suggests, this unique dining experience takes you on a journey of Alpine "Fireside Dining". Diners will find a different course at each fireplace including Swiss raclettes, stews, salads, meats, delicious vegetables and side dishes. The final fireplace is where diners will find an array of deserts inlcuding chocolate fondue. You can also selected a wine or beer to complement each chosen course. Fireside Dining is open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings.
Unlike any restaurant you have visited in the past, Ghidotti’s seamlessly weaves the architecture, ambiance, food and service together into a fantastic dining experience for you to enjoy. Our cooking philosophy is that food should be prepared simply, allowing the freshest and most intriguing ingredients to speak for themselves. Italian.
Grappa offers excellent Italian fine dining. Serving the tastiest of traditional Italian dishes with its own distinct style. Start with Vidalia Onion and Cheese Soufflé, followed by Pancetta and Pine Nut stuffed Pork Loin or Pesto Seared Halibut, and finish off with a Dark Chocolate Pave, washed down with a Grappa or Carvella Lemoncello. Italian.
Park City American fine dining at its best. Offering dishes such as Southwestern Duck Chile Relleno, mouth watering Steak Carpaccio, Tiger Shrimp Scampi and Traditional Hot Fudge Sundae.
If you are looking for great steak, this is THE place to go. And to back that up, it was voted the best steak house in Utah 2008!
The Riverhorse on Main
Since its opening on New Year’s Eve, 1987, The Riverhouse has been highly regarded by both restaurant critics and the dining public. In 1995, the Riverhouse became the first restaurant in Utah to receive the DiRoNA Award. This very prestigious honour, dedicated to ‘excellence in dining’, was bestowed that year on only 223 restaurants from throughout all of North America. The Riverhorse has maintained this distinguished honour ever since. It serves a mixture of fresh seafood, succulent meat and vegetarian dishes.
Wahso has an ambience that reflects Shanghai in the 1930’s. It has gathered a wonderful collection of Asian artifacts from around the world, creating an atmosphere that is as special and unique as the food they serve. Eating at Wahso is an experience you will not forget. Asian Grill.