The USA's biggest resort Nick Laver, Product Manager

"What's not to love about Park City? As well as having its own phenomenal ski area – now the biggest in the USA, Park City sits right beside Deer Valley meaning you've got two world-class resorts on your doorstep (not to mention Snowbird and Alta, plus Solitude and Brighton a short distance away). The town of Park City offers a huge choice of great bars and restaurants and we found the short transfer of around 45 minutes from Salt Lake City a huge plus."

Dining in Park City

Park City has a vast array of restaurants and the list below features just a small selection. Advanced booking is generally advisable, particularly between 7pm and 9pm, and during the busy Christmas/New Year, and Easter periods. The dress code in Park City is relaxed. While some visitors may enjoy dressing up, this is certainly not a requirement.

350 Main –American

Serving dinner nightly, this American Brasserie was voted “Best Restaurant in Park City,” in 2007 and 2009. Chef Michael LeClerc aims to use only the freshest available ingredients in his globally inspired creative dishes. which include selections such as Tower of Ahi, and Mamachi and Black Pepper encrusted Venison Medallions.
350 Main also features a great bar setting to enjoy a signature cocktail or a glass of fine wine. 350 Main Street. Tel: (437) 649-3140

Blind Dog Grill

A Park City favourite since 1988, the Blind Dog (named after a beloved family pet) boasts fresh ingredients, meals made from scratch, and a menu that includes delicious sushi, salads, and American dishes. There is also an intimate bar. 1781 Sidewinder Drive. Tel: (437) 655-0800


Chimayo has been delighting diners since 1996 with its warm atmosphere and exciting South Western cuisine that is in a class of its own. Taking inspiration from a geographical region that extends from Southern Mexico to Southern Utah, the menu is a uniquely creative blend of French-American culinary techniques with the best of South Western flavours, resulting in menu choices such as ‘wild halibut-Sea of Cortez-style’, and ‘Acapulco style pan-seared sea scallops’. Truly, a delight for the taste buds! 360 Main Street. Tel: (435) 649 6222

Fireside Dining at Deer Valley

Specialising in the traditional cooking of the European Alps, Fireside Dining features a variety of courses served from four stone fireplaces. Guests will enjoy a unique dining experience as they savour dishes from each fireplace. The first one offers warm raclette cheese accompanied by meats, vegetables and breads. The second serves stews or fricassees with robust mountain-inspired ingredients like veal, wild mushrooms, leeks, chicken, and the traditional Swiss potato rosti. You will also try a field green salad, accompanied by fresh ciabatta bread. A third fireplace features leg of lamb, pork or venison, roasted slowly and accompanied by Dutch oven specialities and a creative vegetable salad. And finally- the piece de resistance- the fifth and final fireplace serves dessert! Indulge yourself with a chocolate and Grand Marnier fondu with all the trimmings. To accompany your wonderful meal, enjoy a choice from the extensive wine list, or from the full bar, which includes a selection of imported beers.
Reservations are strongly recommended. Horse-drawn sleigh rides are available for hire throughout their meal, or guests could be adventurous and snowshoe their way to dinner! 9200 Marsac Avenue. Tel?435) 645-6632


Located in Redstone Village, Ghidotti’s restaurant blends Old World Roman architecture with a sunny Mediterranean villa to create a uniquely different backdrop to your Italian meal. Their menus change frequently to reflect market availability and seasonal adaptations. 6030 N. Market Street. Tel: (435) 658 0669


With an award-winning wine list, and deliciously rustic Italian cuisine, Grappa has set the standard for fine cooking in Utah for over thirteen years. Grappa’s mouth-watering menu showcases the very best in contemporary cuisine, which guests can accompany with a traditional grappa or Carvella Limoncello, or make a selection from the wide-ranging and frequently updated wine list. 151 Main Street. Tel?435) 645 0636

The Mustang

World-renowned chef, Bill Hufferd, brings you American fine dining at its very best. A year-round Park City favourite, the Mustang offers diners a wide-ranging menu that will delight every member of your party. There is also a children’s menu. Mustangs has a great choice of signature cocktails, and a comprehensive wine list. 890 Main Street. (435) 658 3975

Prime Steakhouse

Located right across the street from the town lift, at the bottom of historic Main Street, Prime Steakhouse offers guests a dining venue convenient to everything in Park City. Their steaks are legendary, and in 2008, Prime Steakhouse was honoured to be voted the “Best Steakhouse in Utah”! 804 Main Street. Tel: (435) 655 9739

The Riverhorse on Main

The multi-award-winning Riverhorse opened its doors to the public on New Year’s Eve in 1987, and has been showered with accolades ever since! In 1995, for example, the restaurant was the first in Utah to be awarded the highly rated DiRoNA award, an honour afforded to only 223 restaurants in the entire country, for ‘excellence in dining’.
In 2005, The Riverhorse received the ultimate honour in the hospitality industry, when it was selected by the Mobil Travel Guides as one of the top 108 restaurants in the USA, Canada, and Mexico! Popular with locals and visiting diners, as well as with restaurant critics, Riverhorse’s menu features contemporary dishes, including fresh seafood, meat, and vegetarian options. There is also a children’s menu. Reservations are recommended. 540 Main Street. Tel: (435) 649 3536


An Asian grill, Wahso has created a unique ambiance that recalls the Shanghai of the 1930. Enhanced by its unusual collection of Asian memorabilia, Wahso’s eating environment is as individualized as the cuisine they serve. 540 Main Stet. Tel: (435) 649 3536