Bangkok Thai on Main
If you are craving Thai food, this restaurant on Main Street serves delicious curries and pad thai. It is also possible to order from their menu through Mountain Express and have chicken satay and noodles delivered to your condo. Great choice for vegetarians. Don’t forget to order sticky rice.
Bridge Cafe and Grill
The owners of this restaurant merge a Southwestern menu with traditional French techniques to create a sophisticated kind of Tex-Mex, including calamari dusted with cornmeal and flour and served with lime cilantro and lemon chipotle, brie and mushrooms empanada with Serrano chile and honey, and chili-roasted duck enchiladas. The dining room, with its exposed polished beams and brick, glazed painted tiles and a fireplace, has a cozy ambiance.
Daly’s Pub & Rec
The underground pub at Montage, Daly’s Pub gives more space to the recreational offerings than it does to dining tables, which is a shame because as fun as it is to play pool or bowl, there is a huge demand for tables at meal times and the food is delicious. Daly’s is named for a historical area mine but the food is modern pub fare, including excellent brick-oven pizzas and one of the best veggie burgers anywhere. Kids love the video arcade, and if you reserve a bowling lane, you can order nachos or a full meal while you play. Open for lunch (come before noon or after 2) and dinner. No reservations accepted.
Empire Canyon Grill
This lodge at Empire Pass functions as a typical ski lodge grill place feeding hungry skiers with hearty burgers and similar fare. The lodge’s five fireplaces actually serve as stations for raclette, stews, fricassees and fire-roasted meats such as leg of lamb and venison. There’s also a salad table and dessert fireplace where you find a variety of fondues.
Fletchers, which opened in 2014, uses natural and organic ingredients to create delicious, contemporary American dishes. The dimly lit restaurant, which has become a favorite of both locals and visitors, has a warm, inviting ambiance, helped by its comfortable and casual décor. More than just a restaurant, Fletchers also boasts a downstairs lounge that serves fun drinks.
This romantic Italian restaurant, located in a restored hotel that dates back to Park City’s mining days, is spread over multiple levels. Grappa is known for its excellent cuisine and exceptional wine list that features particularly hard-to-find Italian wines.
High West Distillery
With its laid-back Park City vibe, High West Distillery is a great spot for pre-dinner drinks and snacks. Dinner and lunch are also served in the Saloon’s main dining room but a true highlight is a tour of their distillery and Scotch tasting.
Centrally located in the Park City base area, Legend’s offers a step up from typical lodge food and a large bar that makes it a good spot for après ski.
Lunch at Lookout Cabin is a perfect break during a long ski day. Located at the Canyons, the restaurant is a ski-in/ski-out chalet with traditional American fare and amazing views.
Located in the Silver Lake Lodge, the restaurant serves gourmet food, including a vegetarian menu, in a mountain-home setting. There’s a private dining room, the Cedar Room, for parties or big groups. Both the wine list and the dessert menu draw raves.
There’s a SoHo-art-gallery-goes-West feeling about the Mustang restaurant. Contemporary paintings on spare white walls, white linen tablecloths and modern lighting and a bar with cowhide panels set the scene. The design complements the delicious contemporary American cuisine of chef Bill Hufferd. In only three years he has made a reservation here very sought after in high season. Among his specialties: wild Alaskan salmon served in sake-teriyaki sauce and braised lamb shank in a red-wine demi-glace with chopped rosemary.
No Name Saloon
O.P. Rockwell Cocktail Lounge and Music Hall
Riverhorse on Main
Some of the most delicious food in the area can be found in this atmospheric and skylit space on Main Street. Cal Ripken Jr. is a regular diner here as are many of the Hollywood film foodies who come for Sundance. Riverhorse has even made it on to the list of prestigious top restaurants in the country. The ahi tuna tartare appetizer is a gem, but entrees like the Macadamia nut crusted Alaskan halibut and the trio of wild game (buffalo, venison and elk) are what make this centrally located restaurant worth the hype. There’s an excellent wine list, with an emphasis on vintages from California and the Pacific Northwest and in the evenings they have soft live music. Private dining rooms are available for events.
Royal Street Café
This restaurant at the Silver Lake Lodge is one of the best options for lunch or dinner with kids. It’s best to make a reservation in advance, but you can do so online. Don’t miss the royal brownie with malted-milk ice cream.
A horse-drawn sleigh ride up the Park City mountain to a cabin in the woods for a ranch-style dinner, complete with Western country music, sounds a bit corny, but children love it. You meet at the base of Park City Mountain’s Pay Day lift (dress warmly, with hats and mittens for all) and horse-drawn sleighs deliver you to an enormous log cabin, where fires are lit. Dinner is served family-style at long tables, which means it’s most fun if you go with your own big group of friends. Kids are served hot cider or cocoa in tin camping mugs, and the menu is inspired by campfire fare—mesquite grilled chicken, trout and prime rib. You can book 5:30, 6:30 or 7:30 sleigh pickup times; sleigh ride and dinner lasts two to two-and-a-half hours.
St. Regis Bar
This colorful funky beachwear company epitomizes Rio’s vibrant, groovy style. It is ideal for young, flamboyant women. Think palazzo pants in tropical patterns and crocheted boleros and Adidas track suits in tropical patterns.
The Spur Bar & Grill
In December 2022, Tupelo, formerly on the historic Main Street, reopened its doors on Kearns Boulevard just outside of downtown Park City. This stylish fine dining restaurant reflects a modern alpine chic design and serves beautifully presented and delicious American cuisine. Seafood here–as with everywhere else in Park City–is flown in day of, with the mussels coming straight from a woman in Maine that chef Matt Harris has been using for years. Tupelo's partners, Maggie Alvarez and Matt Harris (who has worked with such star toques as Jean Georges Vongerichten, Kevin Rathbun and Pano Karatossos), also oversee RIME at St. Regis Deer Valley.