6 Must-Try Charcuterie Boards in Park City


Paired with a glass of wine, shared among friends or enjoyed alone, a well-curated charcuterie board serves as a delicious start to a meal. It also makes a perfect aprés accompaniment after a day on the slopes. In our opinion, a charcuterie board also makes a fantastic meal just by itself!

Clearly, we love this combo of meat and cheese — so much so that we’ve taken it upon ourselves to scout out the best charcuterie boards in Park City. Here are six of our favorites.

710 Bodega

This modern tapas bar serves a gorgeous charcuterie board, featuring Iberico ham, smoked meats and an array of local and imported cheeses. 

Old Town Cellars 

A charcuterie board pairs perfectly with locally blended wines. Old Town Cellars’ version features a selection of locally-sourced Beltex meats and cheeses, as well as Ritual Chocolate for a sweet touch.

High West Distillery 

The ski-in, ski-out distillery offers a hearty charcuterie board that stands up to their bold spirits. It comes with a selection of meats that includes whiskey salami, capicola and prosciutto. as well as local cheeses and pickled veggies.

Powder at the Waldorf Astoria

Waldorf Astoria's Powder Bar Menu

A new addition to Powder’s bar menu

Inspired by the chef’s European upbringing, where charcuterie plates reign supreme, this version features cured meats, cheeses, house pickles, dried fruits, preserves and an optional venison jerky.

The Spur Bar and Grill 

The Spur takes standard “bar food” up a level, and their charcuterie board doesn’t disappoint. It comes with a changing selection of meat and cheeses, Utah honeycomb, grain mustard and pickles.

Goldener Hirsch Inn

At a restaurant known for their fondue, you know their meat and cheese selections will be top-notch. The charcuterie and cheese board has artisan cheeses, cured meats and house preserves. (Spending the day at Deer Valley? Check out our complete guide on where to eat in Deer Valley.)



About Author

Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

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