Where to Eat in Park City
If you’re planning a trip to Park City Utah, check out my guide of where to Eat in Park City Utah! See all of my favorite suggestions below and as always, email me if you have any questions. Enjoy Park City Utah! It’s fabulous.
For those who love Mexican food (like me) this is a spot I highly recommend. In 2019 my girlfriends and I ended up going twice in a 4-night trip it was that good! I highly recommend their Chicken Fajitas with corn (such a surprise that I found delicious). 368 Main Street. Park City, UT. 84060. 435-649-6222.
The delicious Chicken Fajitas which I highly recommend!
Handle Park City
The Handle came recommended to me by my friends who own a house in Park City (where I’ve been lucky enough to stay a few trips) and they’re total foodies and it’s their favorite restaurant in town. After dining with them in 2019 and again in 2020 I can see why. It has a wonderful craft cocktail list and also delicious, creative farm to table food. This is another MUST try during a Park City trip! 136 Heber Ave, Park City, UT 84060
Photos by Handle Park City
A great spot for a casual bite, lunch of breakfast is Harvest. It’s super healthy and located downtown just steps from the High West Distillery. 820 Park Ave #101, Park City, UT 84060
High West Saloon
Another one of the most adored and loved distillery’s or saloons is High West Saloon. I’ve been here three times, once during every trip to Park City and it’s fabulous. Their cocktails are fabulous as well as their High West Distillery Spirits. 703 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060.
Pre COVID (during my 2019 visit to Park City) High West Saloon was always bumping and a lively scene. I didn’t make it back on my 2020 COVID trip but I heard they’re open you just need to make reservations due to COVID precautions and such.
As expected their cocktails are divine so if you visit be sure to try one!
No Name Saloon
“The Bar” to experience in Park City is No Name Saloon. I still remember my first visit here in my 20’s and every time I return to Park City I find a reason to come back whether for a beer or a beer and a bite. We recently visited during COVID and they set up a super cute patio out front with green faux grass, umbrellas and small tables as if you’re enjoying a beach picnic. It’s pretty cute, and was a safe socially distanced way to enjoy a beer and the fun No Name Saloon vibe. 447 Main St, Park City, UT 84060.
We ate at Purple Pig during my 2019 trip and it was quite charming. It has great outdoor seating (which is a nice option during COVID). The food was tasty although we found it a bit expensive so maybe plan to order/share dishes as it’s still tasty and a cute setting. 434 Main St, Park City, UT 84060
RIME at the St. Regis Deer Valley
I had the pleasure of visiting RIME at the St. Regis Deer Valley during my Labor Day trip (in 2020) and this was as fabulous as I had hoped. Not only were the views gorgeous, but the food also was delicious, the service was incredible and it was a lovely ladies’ lunch before enjoying a spa visit at The St. Regis Remedies Spa. 2300 Deer Valley Dr E, Park City, UT 84060
All smiles arriving to the St. Regis Deer Valley for my Friday funday including lunch at RIME followed by a Spa treatment and pool visit….
Tableside sabering which was a preview of their daily sabering done at every St. Regis Hotel nationwide at 6:30pm.
Surprise surprise enjoying a glass of Champagne as I settle in and enjoy this beautiful setting for lunch.
To start we enjoyed Oysters and the Caesar and a Bibb Salad. Both salads were amazing my friend Emily and I split both and decided we loved them both and had ordered perfectly.
For our mains, I had a Lobster Roll and Emily enjoyed Fish Tacos. This was one of the best Lobster Rolls I’ve enjoyed and a must try for those of you Lobster Roll lovers like me!
RiverHorse on Main is a great cafe and eatery that also offers grab and go options. It’s perfect for breakfast bites, sandwiches, coffee plus delicious gourmet items such as pre-made meals, cheese, crackers…. This is on the main drag in Park City and a great spot for a quick bite or gourmet grocery run. 221 Main St, Park City, UT 84060.
The Stein Erikson Sunday brunch is a MUST do in Park City. Any foodie you talk to will say the same thing. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time (early as it fills up) and request a table outside so you can enjoy the gorgeous views of Deer Valley Mountain. There is also live music which is always fun to enjoy on a Sunday funday!
The amazing brunch spread at The Stein Eriksen. My favorite is either the sushi or the unlimited stone crab. All so delicious!