Only 35 minutes from the SLC Airport, Park City's rugged beauty is complemented by over 100 restaurants and bars, open air concerts, numerous spas and health clubs, plays, independent film screenings, a series of world-class events and festivals, and as many kinds of lodging as there are people. If you're into thrills, try out the summertime version of the bobsled at the Utah Olympic Park or challenge yourself at one of several area golf courses.
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4.5 based on 440 reviews
Classic sushi restaurant with both traditional and cutting edge, Japanese inspired small plates perfect for sharing.
The food is delucious--maki, salad, soup--everything. Service is great too. Efficient yet friendly. In fact, of the 4 places visited during this trip Yukon Yama was number 1 for food, service, and value.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar offers the top 2% of USDA Prime meats worldwide, the highest sushi grade fish selection, and many distinguished wines By-the-Glass for your dining pleasure. Located inside Club Lespri, choose from three dining venues ranging from the nostalgia of the old world private supper club to a cozy sushi bar or an entertaining sports bar. We invite you to come and experience our friendly service and culinary delights by indulging in our 16 oz. USDA Prime Ribeye cooked to perfection, Crunchy Casanova Tuna Rolls, Prime Rib Sliders on Brioche, Beignets and more!
While Lespri offers what might be considered traditional steakhouse fare, I was more impressed by what else was on the menu. Moreover, the five very different dishes we ordered were consistently delicious. I personally recommend the osso bucco with parmesan polenta and roasted carrots. Don't forget dessert — in particular the beignets. The service is friendly and attentive. My only complaint: The small dining room can become a bit loud on a busy night.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visited Riverhorse on our last night. Excellent service, attentive and just the right speed. We enjoyed three courses including the game trio which was delicious. It is pricey but then so is everywhere in Park City. Strong kids menu. Booking highly recommended
4.5 based on 590 reviews
Park City is sizzling with the new Ruth's Chris Steak House. Located in the elegant Hotel Park City with amazing views of the Wasatch Mountains, Ruth's Chris will dazzle mogul skiers, local carnivores, and distinguished hotel guests alike with its stellar cuisine and impeccable service. An ideal culinary experience for both business executives or romantic duos, Ruth's Chris Steak House can accommodate your needs in a rustic mountain-lodge setting.
My husband and I were traveling to see grandkids and family down south. Park City was our pit stop. The highlight of our stay was going to lunch here! The restaurant was quite full and despite all the other guests Shu our server was tentative and excellent and really treated us like we were his only table. He gave us great recommendations on what to order and everything was spot on and came out perfectly. The food was delicious! We will be back and will be requesting to sit in Shu’s section. It’s not everyday you get great food AND great service. Thank you Shu.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Be sure to make reservations. It’s a smaller restaurant that holds about 60 people. The server recommended one plate from each section: appetizer, vegetable, seafood & meat. Everything was good & we had plenty to eat.
Must try’s: the potatoes, Brussels sprouts, ham croquettes, & calamari
4.5 based on 537 reviews
Edge Steakhouse delivers a cutting-edge culinary experience that takes the traditional American-style steakhouse to a new level. Our world-class culinary team has crafted a unique menu that blends traditional steakhouse favorites with an exciting array of specialty appetizers, creative entrees and innovative side dishes. Edge is committed to supporting locally sourced and organically grown produce and boasts one of the largest and most comprehensive wine lists in Park City.
We dined yesterday. Very chaotic on arrival - the hostesses & servers all a little confused & the manager seemed stifled. We weren't greeted or acknowledged for about 5 mins. The room is very warm almost hot. Ambience is very nice & our Brazilian server was wonderful & knowledgeable of the drinks list & menu. Everything she recommended we enjoyed. We started with a Hilltop Dream cocktail (fantastic). I had 16oz dry aged bone in steak cooked beautifully & my husband had the short ribs which were fall off the bone & we had a side of brussel sprouts - lovely. Ribs were served in a cast iron pot which was difficult to eat from. Service is a little slow but we were happy for a lingering dinner. Unfortunately we had to chase our drinks order but no big deal. I think our service was faster than most as we didn't have appetisers. It's all pretty pricey but we recommend you give it a try.
4.5 based on 339 reviews
The St. Regis Bar offers a light menu created by Jean-Georges Culinary Concepts and a variety of specialty cocktails. Honoring a long-standing tradition, each St. Regis hotel creates its own signature Bloody Mary—a variation on the original recipe dating back to 1934 in New York. At The St. Regis Deer Valley, 7452 Mary (a nod to the resort's altitude) is an enticing blend of fine oat-distilled Vodka 7000 from local High West Distillery and a regional salt rim garnished with a Wasabi-Celery foam.Also paying homage to St. Regis tradition, the bar is graced with a commissioned mural. The St. Regis Deer Valley Bar features a triptych reflecting Park City’s history as a silver mining town by artist Phillip Buller.
I love this setting, I love the menu and the food preparation (shrimp salad is dressed perfectly), but what made this lunch the best (besides our ideal table), was Jamison. This guy just gets it. Prompt, friendly, professional, knowledgeable - a perfect representative of St. Regis. We loved our blood marys and we loved Jamison. We'll be back!
4.5 based on 263 reviews
Stopped here as part of the Park City Food Tour. The food was awesome, including their chicken, bison (super moist!), squash, and believe it or not, kale, which I normally avoid. This is clearly a restaurant dedicated to culinary excellence. The cocktail menu looked great, although we did not have time to partake. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 289 reviews
Once upon a time, there was a dog. Fletcher wasn't always his name. He was abused and abandoned; shot with a gun, for shame. His lucky day came at last when he was rescued from a shelter by a girl named Sue. Sadness slipped away, and a good life began. Fletcher's heart is so big. He wants everyone to be as happy as he is. Sue (same one!) And Steve Demarest share a love of healthy living, mixed cocktails, entrepreneurism, kindness, house music, reclaimed woods, mountain towns, the beauty of great restaurants, the comforts of home... And Fletcher! They were inspired by Fletcher's example to create a restaurant and lounge dedicated to making people happy. It's that simple. And then food entered the story. Fresh food. Local. Natural. Highest quality. Produce from nearby farms practicing sustainable agriculture. Yes, farms! Healthy food. Grass-fed meats. Organic chicken. Expertly-handcrafted cocktails too! And a chef renowned for simple recipes masterfully prepared. Welcome Chef Scott Boberek back to Main Street, joining Fletcher's as partner. SIT BACK. RELAX. YOU'VE ARRIVED.
Went downstairs to the bar. Great atmosphere. Leather seating all around nice bar and really comfortable. Guys at the bar were very nice and knowledgeable on drinks. The only thing that would have made it better would have been a good cigar while relaxing.
4.5 based on 350 reviews
The Bridge Cafe & Grill serves American food with a Brazilian Flair. Located directly at the bottom of the Town Lift on Main Street, it has one of Park City's best patio for spectacular outdoor dining. You can ski-in / ski-out right to the front door in the winter, or hop on the Town Lift for a scenic after-dinner chairlift ride in the summer. Freeskier Magazine: ..."We voted The Bridge as one of the Best Breakfast Restaurants in Park City on Taste of Park City": The Top 10 Best Breakfast Restaurants in Park City - Updated for 2011. Great wedding and corporate venue spot with an outside are to host up to 500 guests
Well first off I didn’t realize that this was a Brazilian restaurant which was a pleasant surprise to me upon entering. There was seating both inside and out with skiers/snowboarders welcome either place along with regularly dressed patrons. It has a great view of the slopes and it’s fun to watch people go down them. The food was pretty great and the staff was nice enough. We had breakfast foods along with kibe for an appetizer which was a bit dry but very tasty. Overall it was good but the seating was a bit cramped and crowded it felt a little overwhelming at times when it was busy.
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