Nestled in the snow-covered folds of Utah’s majestic Wasatch Mountains, the historic mining town of Park City has an excellent selection of restaurants when it comes to romantic dining from Italian trattorias to traditional steakhouses. Located between three world-class ski resorts, the town is home to over 200 restaurants, eateries, and cafés, which can be found from the Main Street to resorts like the Park City Mountain Resort and the Deer Valley Resorts. Whether you are looking for a quiet dinner for two at an intimate spot or a bustling brunch after hitting the slopes at a ski resort, Park City promises an unforgettable dining experience against a backdrop of spectacular mountain views.
Fletcher’s is a popular gathering spot for eating, drinking, and socializing in a cozy, inviting atmosphere. The adults-only restaurant and bar serve contemporary American cuisine prepared with grass-fed meats, hormone-free chicken and organic salads and vegetables in the form of small sharing plates and hearty entrées. The stylish bar and lounge area perfect for kicking back with creative craft cocktails or a glass of wine and listening to some of the city’s hottest DJs who spin their tunes in the evenings. Fletcher’s is open for dinner daily.
562 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-1111
Located at the Waldorf Astoria, Powder is an exceptional fine dining restaurant that offers a Michelin-star-like dining experience. Aptly named for the snow that blankets the mountainside in winter, the signature restaurant features contemporary décor in earth tones, plush taupe leather and dark wood accents, and photograph-adorned walls. The restaurant is headed up by award-winning Executive Chef Hermann Schaefer who designs seasonal menus with local ingredients and global inspirations featuring dishes like mushroom-crusted sea bass, Wagyu Bavette with chermoula sauce, and herb-rubbed buffalo tenderloin with ratatouille and farro risotto. An impressive wine list with curated selections of fine wines from around the world complements the cuisine, along with classic cocktails prepared with top-shelf spirits, and imported beers. Powder is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, daily.
Frostwood Dr, Park City, UT 84098, Phone: 435-647-5566
3.tupelo Park City
© tupelo Park City
tupelo Park City is a fashionable upmarket restaurant and bar that serves elevated, globally-inspired New American cuisine and diverse libations. Park City's newest fine dining restaurant celebrates the global food terroir with a seasonal menu of creative cuisine prepared local ingredients sourced from small-scale, fisherfolk, ranchers, cheese-mongers, and artisanal producers around the globe. The menu pays homage to the best of the land and ocean with dishes like Rocky Mountain Elk Meatballs, Hawaiian Kanpachi Crudo, Sue's Maine Mussels, Seared Idaho Trout, Utah Lamb Porterhouse, and Black Strip Bass. The cuisine is accompanied by organic wines, local craft beers and cocktails made with locally grown herbs, fruits, and spices. tupelo Park City is open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday and Sunday brunch.
508 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-615-7700
4.350 Main Brasserie
© 350 Main Brasserie
350 Main Brasserie is an upscale eatery n the center of town that serves casual New American cuisine and creative cocktails in a refined mountain dining atmosphere. The restaurant has a cozy dining room, a lovely fireside terrace space, and several private dining spaces, and a lively bar serves a variety of craft and draft beers, global wines, and signature cocktails. The restaurant serves a main menu of globally influenced cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and a unique tapas menu for sharing with dishes of fresh seafood, naturally-raised beef, pork and chicken and organic vegetables from their own urban garden. 350 Main Brasserie is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
350 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-3140
© Adolph's Restaurant
Adolph’s Restaurant is a dining institution that has been serving Swiss-influenced continental cuisine for the past 40 years in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The family-friendly restaurant is renowned for casually elegant ambiance, and exquisite European cuisine such as Raclette Swiss Style, Swiss Fondue, Rack of Lamb, Veal Adolph, Chateaubriand, Steak Diane flamed at the table and Wiener schnitzel. Other house specialties include Duckling a l’Orange and Roast Rack of Lamb, and the full-service bar serves an extensive selection of fine wines, imported beers, and classic cocktails. Guests can dine in the comfortable dining room which is lined with sports and event memorabilia or on the outdoor patio against a backdrop of beautiful alpine views.
1500 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-7177
6.Apex at Montage Deer Valley Resort
Located in the luxurious Montage Deer Valley Resort, Apex is the resort’s signature restaurant and offers an unparalleled dining experience in an unforgettable mountain setting. The casual yet sophisticated restaurant serves a simple farm-to-table menu of traditional and creative revival of iconic dishes such as sea scallops with asparagus, and grilled Utah trout amandine with green beans, all of which are prepared using fresh, local ingredients. An extensive cocktail menu and curated list of fine wines accompany the cuisine, and a large fire pit is a perfect spot to linger with a drink after dinner and soak up the spectacular mountain views. Apex serves breakfast, lunch and a seasonal skier's buffet for dinner, seven days a week.
9100 Marsac Ave, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-604-1402
7.Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar
© Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar
Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar is one of Utah’s most popular restaurants and has been serving delicious East Coast-influenced cuisine in a clubby setting for the past 20 years. Helmed by Chef Penn Kinsey, the casual, yet elegant restaurant is renowned for its fresh seafood entrées and creative meat dishes, as well as fresh, made-from-scratch sushi and sashimi and other raw bar offerings. The inventive menu features an unrivaled mix of fresh fish, oysters, and lobster, along with organic, dry-aged steaks and chops, their famous mac-and-cheese and several vegetarian options, and the full-service bar serves an excellent selection of fine wines, imported and local beers, and classic cocktails. Blind Dog serves dinner Tuesday through Sunday with live music.
1251 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-655-0800
© Buona Vita
Buona Vita is a charming, family-owned and operated no-frills restaurant that offers traditional Italian fare such as wood-fired pizzas with a variety of toppings, freshly prepared salads, chunky garlic bread, hearty entrees, and mouth-watering desserts. Located on Main Street in the heart of the town, the restaurant is perfect for a casual lunch or romantic dinner with favorites like lasagna, spaghetti bolognese, meatballs and sauce, and veal parmigiana with ravioli. The full-service bar serves an extensive selection of fine wines, imported beers, and classic cocktails, and the restaurant is open for dinner, nightly.
804 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-1336
© Café Terigo
Set in a historic brick building in the heart of Park City, Café Terigo is a laid-back, cozy eatery that specializes in French and Northern Italian fare, global wines, and mouthwatering desserts. The comfortable dining room boasts a cultivated patina with warm yellow walls, metal and wood accents, and quotations from notable artists on the walls, and a heated patio has stunning views. The lunch menu features gourmet salads and sandwiches, homemade soups and wood-fired pizzas, while dinner offerings range from smoked chicken risotto and grilled flank steak to sauteed Utah trout and ravioli with butternut squash. The lively bar offers global wines from an extensive wine list, along with a variety of craft and draft beers, and signature cocktails. Café Terigo is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through Saturday.
424 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-645-9555
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Voted as one of Park City's best romantic dining destinations, Chimayo is a charming little spot with warm interiors of scrubbed woodwork, terracotta tiles, colorful flower arrangements, blazing fireplaces and cozy candlelit tables for two. Chef Arturo Flores presents a menu of creative Southwestern fare with Mexican accents such as crown roast of barbecued spareribs with chipotle, London broil of elk, honey and chili roasted duck enchiladas, and pecan and pumpkin seed encrusted trout. An impressive wine list with curated selections of fine wines from around the world complements the cuisine, along with classic cocktails prepared with top-shelf spirits, and imported beers. Chimayo is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
368 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-6222
© Edge Steakhouse
The Edge Steakhouse in the Westgate Park City Resort & Spa at the Canyons is an award-winning New York-style steakhouse with a contemporary and sophisticated ambiance that is renowned for its exquisite cuisine, world-class wines, and outstanding hospitality and service. Unrivaled for their steaks, which include a 55-day dry-aged bone-in New York strip, bone-in rib-eye and Wagyu (Kobe) steaks, the restaurant also serves dishes of veal, lamb, elk and short ribs, fresh seafood such as salmon, ahi tuna, scallops, lobster tail, and prawns, and hearty sides like black and white truffle mac and cheese and mushroom gratin. An extensive wine list features over 1,000 bottles from around the world with an in-house sommelier to help select the perfect bottle. The Edge Steakhouse is open for dinner, Tuesday through Sunday.
3000 the Canyons Resort Dr. Park City, UT 84098, Phone: 435-655-2260
Firewood is a rustic-chic eatery on Main Street that serves American heirloom cuisine with a focus on wood-fired steaks, meats, and seafood, alongside craft cocktails and casual wines. Exuding a warm and welcoming glow with cozy interiors boasting turn-of-the-century industrial décor, the eatery is helmed by Chef John Murcko who uses fresh locally sourced ingredients and regional produce to create a seasonal menu of inventive dishes such as Lamb Shank, Sea Scallops, Striped Bass, and Chickpea Panisse. Many dishes are prepared over an open flame on the custom-made open flame grill using chef-selected wood like cedar, cherry, and maple to enhance the flavors of the food. The bar offers global wines from an extensive wine list, along with a variety of craft and draft beers, and signature cocktails and the restaurant is open for dinner, Tuesday through Saturday.
306 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-252-9900
© Glitretind Restaurant
Set within the luxurious Stein Eriksen Lodge, Glitretind is a fine dining restaurant that promises an unforgettable dining experience. Surrounded by the verdant green aspen groves and breathtaking natural beauty of the Deer Valley, the restaurant is helmed by award-winning Executive Chef Zane Holmquist, who uses fresh, local ingredients and regional produce to create sublime seasonal menus of highly acclaimed cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An impressive wine list with curated selections of fine wines from around the world complements the cuisine, along with classic cocktails prepared with top-shelf spirits, and imported beers. The “best Sunday brunch in Utah” draws a crowd who come to enjoy hearty plates of Norwegian potato and bacon pancakes and sweet creations like banana Nutella cakes. Glitretind is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, daily.
7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-645-6455
14.Goldener Hirsch Restaurant
Located in the luxurious Goldener Hirsch Inn, the Goldener Hirsch Restaurant is a AAA-Four Diamond Award-winning dining destination that offers exquisite contemporary Alpine cuisine and global wines in a refined atmosphere. Featuring traditional Austrian décor and quaint furnishings, the restaurant is famous for their traditional cheese fondue and typical Austrian entrées such as Wiener Schnitzel, along with American fusion dishes like lamb shank with sunchoke risotto, roasted duck, pork shanks with collard greens, Cobia and Lobster, and Elk Tenderloin. The restaurant also holds the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for its impressive list of fine wines from around the world along with crafted cocktails, imported and local craft beers, and top-shelf spirits. The Goldener Hirsch Restaurant is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
7570 Royal St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-7770
Sitting high up on the hill on upper Main Street and exuding the ambiance of a rustic Italian farmhouse, Grappa is an Italian go-to for authentic Mediterranean cuisine. Named after the strong Italian spirit, Grappa celebrates the rich bounty of the region by using fresh locally sourced ingredients and farm-fresh produce to create enticing dishes such as Osso Bucco Milanese, cherry wood-grilled beef tenderloin, grilled veal chops, and pear and fig-stuffed pork chops. Ornate décor, rough sewn wooden beams, terrazzo tiles, and white tablecloth tables create a romantic atmosphere, and a full-service bar offers an array of Italian and domestic wines is available by the glass and bottle, and a large selection of grappas to enjoy with decadent desserts like chocolate torte and tiramisu. Grappa is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
151 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-645-0636
© J&G Grill
Tucked inside The St. Regis Deer Valley, the J&G Grill is a sophisticated eatery that serves award-winning cuisine and an extensive wine list. Featuring a luxurious mountain-lodge aesthetic with gray quartz stone walls, a large two-sided wood-burning stone fireplace, designer globe lights, an exhibition kitchen, and a lively bar, the restaurant is helmed by star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten who creates seasonal menus of sublime cuisine. Signature dishes include tender braised short rib with jalapeño-apple puree, spit-roasted pig, mussels marinière in fragrant white wine, garlic, and Thai basil sauce, and trout almandine from the nearby Snake River. End the evening with a boozy hot chocolate by the crackling fire. J&G Grill is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, daily.
2300 Deer Valley Dr. E, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-940-5760
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17.Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar
© Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar
Located inside Club Lespri, Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar is an award-winning steakhouse that serves prime steaks and high-grade sushi and sashimi in an elegant atmosphere. The restaurant features three dining spaces, ranging from a refined private supper club and a casual entertaining sports bar to a sleek sushi bar where expert chefs showcase their skills. The steakhouse serves a menu of thick house-butchered cuts of USDA choice steaks, free-range chicken and pork, fresh seafood and a range of vegetarian options. The sushi bar serves fresh sushi and sashimi and a variety of rolls, tempura, and teppanyaki. The full-service bar has an extensive menu of fine wines from around the world, which can be enjoyed by the glass or bottle, craft beers on tap or by the bottle, and handcrafted cocktails. Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar is open for dinner, Tuesday through Friday.
1765 Sidewinder Dr. Suite A, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-5900
Located in the Silver Lake Lodge surrounded by the natural beauty of Deer Valley, The Mariposa offers an evening of memorable dining in an elegantly rustic atmosphere. The exceptional fine-dining restaurant serves seasonal menus of delicious dishes prepared with fresh locally sourced ingredients and regional produce like fresh seafood, naturally-raised beef, chicken and veal, and organic salads and vegetables. Signature dishes include Aged Gruyère & Smoked Salmon Soufflé, Atlantic Butterfish, Morgan Valley Lamb Chop, Kabocha Squash Pappardelle, Seared Duck Breast, Bison Fillet, and Niman Ranch 60 Day Dry Aged N.Y. Strip Steak. An impressive wine list with curated selections of fine wines from around the world complements the cuisine, along with classic cocktails prepared with top-shelf spirits, and imported beers. The Mariposa is open for dinner, Tuesday through Friday.
7600 Royal St Suite 305, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-645-6632
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© The Mustang
The Mustang offers an elegant dining experience in a beautiful mountain setting. Owned by renowned chef and hospitality industry leader, Dustin Stein, The Mustang serves upscale, innovative new American cuisine with global flavors and fine wines in a casual, yet sophisticated setting. The restaurant features a bright, modern dining room and a charming outdoor patio with spectacular mountain views and serves seasonal menus of enticing dishes prepared with fresh locally sourced ingredients and regional produce like naturally-raised beef, chicken and veal, fresh seafood, and organic salads and vegetables. An impressive wine list with curated selections of fine wines from around the world complements the cuisine, along with classic cocktails prepared with top-shelf spirits, and imported beers. The Mustang is open for dinner, nightly.
890 Main St #5115, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-658-3975
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20.Prime Steak House & Piano Bar
Located in Marriott's Summit Watch, the Prime Steak House & Piano Bar serves the finest cuts of dry-aged steak, prime rib, and beef and the Piano Bar offers globally-inspired libations in an elegant setting with live music. Boasting traditional steakhouse décor with dark wood and leather accents, elegantly dressed tables and soft lighting, the steakhouse serves a menu of thick house-butchered cuts of USDA choice steaks, free-range chicken and pork, fresh seafood and a range of vegetarian options. The full-service Piano Bar has an extensive menu of fine wines from around the world, which can be enjoyed by the glass or bottle, craft beers on tap or by the bottle, and handcrafted cocktails. Prime Steak House & Piano Bar is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
804 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-655-9739
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© Purple Sage
Housed in a circa-1895 building, Purple Sage is a comfortable, casually-rustic eatery with Western-inspired décor that serves gourmet New American cuisine in a cowboy-like atmosphere. Located on Main Street, the themed restaurant serves seasonal dishes of Braised Bison Short Ribs, Barbeque Chicken Tamales, Grilled Pacific White Shrimp, Utah Trout, and Pan Seared Scallops, Green Chile Pork Stew, and Warm Housemade Potato Chips. A charming patio offers alfresco-style dining in the summer, and a full-service Piano Bar serves craft beers on tap or by the bottle, handcrafted cocktails made with top-shelf spirits, and an extensive list of fine wines from around the world. Purple Sage is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
434 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-655-9505
22.Riverhorse on Main
© Riverhorse on Main
Boasting two lofty dining rooms, an expansive deck with spectacular mountain views, and outstanding live entertainment, Riverhorse on Main is one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants in Park City. Located inside Park City’s beautifully renovated Masonic Hall on historic Main Street, the fine-dining restaurant offers exceptional cuisine, world-class wines, and outstanding hospitality and service with seasonal menus that capitalize on fresh meat and seafood. Created by renowned James Beard Celebrity Chef, Executive chef and co-owner Seth Adams, signature dishes include a wild game trio of bison, elk and venison, macadamia-crusted Alaskan halibut, charred rack of lamb, roasted pork loin chop, and barbecued baby back ribs. The full-service bar has an extensive menu of fine wines from around the world, which can be enjoyed by the glass or bottle, craft beers on tap or by the bottle, and handcrafted cocktails. Riverhorse on Main is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
540 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-649-3536
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© The Farm
Located in Canyons Village at Park City, The Farm is a market-driven eatery that focuses on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and farm-centric produce to create seasonal menus of New American cuisine. The restaurant has cozy wood interiors with comfortable décor, plush leather chairs, an elegant bar, and an outdoor patio with stunning mountain views for summertime dining. The menu features sharing platters of House Made Farm Cheese with seasonal jams, Smoked Bone Marrow with rhubarb chutney, and Charcuterie with house-made country paté; entrées of cornflake-fried Chicken Breast, Farmer’s Market Risotto, Diver Scallops, Cauliflower Steak with blueberry BBQ, and Butter Poached Black Cod. The full-service bar has an extensive menu of fine wines from around the world, which can be enjoyed by the glass or bottle, craft beers on tap or by the bottle, and handcrafted cocktails. The Farm is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
4000 Canyons Resort Dr #6546, Park City, UT 84098, Phone: 435-615-8080
24.The Viking Yurt
© The Viking Yurt
Nestled in the mountains high above Park City and surrounded by lush alpines forests, the Viking Yurt is an elegant fine-dining restaurant that offers a gourmet Nordic mountain dining experience. Resting 8,700 meters above the city, the restaurant is accessed by hiking, biking or chair-lifting and presents a four-hour European dining experience featuring a delectable six-course meal of farm-to-table cuisine for 40 guests every evening. Live music is played from a baby grand piano while guests savor typical Norwegian fare such as Lobster and Salmon Soup, Anisette Pear Salad, and Braised Short Ribs with Jarlsburg Mashed Potatoes. The cuisine is paired with fine wines from around the world, along with classic cocktails and imported spirits. The Viking Yurt is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
1345 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-615-9878
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Based in a beautifully restored building with yellow walls with black architectural trim, Wahso is an elegant bistro with a 1930s Shanghai vibe that serves innovative Asian fusion fare with French accents. A refined dining room features stylish polished wood décor, large-scale Asian artworks, jade table settings, intimate booths, lush potted palms, and a sophisticated and refined ambiance. Seasonal cuisine boasts a variety of Asian fare with French touches such as Balinese stir-fries, Burmese curries, Asian vegetable hot pots, and prime steaks infused with exotic herbs and spices with signature dishes of kung pao shrimp with sticky coconut rice, and pork short rib ramen. An outdoor patio is perfect for lazy summer afternoons sipping cocktails or watching the sun go down before dinner. Wahso is open for dinner, seven nights a week.
5153 577 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060, Phone: 435-615-0300
25 Best Restaurants in Park City, Utah
- Fletcher's, Photo: Fletcher's
- Powder, Photo: Powder
- tupelo Park City, Photo: tupelo Park City
- 350 Main Brasserie, Photo: 350 Main Brasserie
- Adolph's Restaurant, Photo: Adolph's Restaurant
- Apex at Montage Deer Valley Resort, Photo: grki/stock.adobe.com
- Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar, Photo: Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar
- Buona Vita, Photo: Buona Vita
- Cafe Terigo, Photo: Café Terigo
- Chimayo, Photo: Chimayo
- Edge Steakhouse, Photo: Edge Steakhouse
- Firewood, Photo: Firewood
- Glitretind Restaurant, Photo: Glitretind Restaurant
- Goldener Hirsch Restaurant, Photo: korchemkin/stock.adobe.com
- Grappa, Photo: Grappa
- J&G Grill, Photo: J&G Grill
- Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar, Photo: Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar
- The Mariposa, Photo: davit85/stock.adobe.com
- The Mustang, Photo: The Mustang
- Prime Steak House & Piano Bar, Photo: Kzenon/stock.adobe.com
- Purple Sage, Photo: Purple Sage
- Riverhorse on Main, Photo: Riverhorse on Main
- The Farm, Photo: The Farm
- The Viking Yurt, Photo: The Viking Yurt
- Wahso, Photo: Wahso
- Cover Photo: Special View/stock.adobe.com