Food Choices for Business Meetings


Have a meeting? In charge of the food or need a place to meet? Not to worry friends, Park City has many one-stop shops to make your life a whole lot easier.

Hey, you might even get a promotion.

Park City Bread and Bagel 

Park City Dining, Park City RestaurantsPerfect for those morning meetings, Park City Bread and Bagel has everything you need to supply a fantastic breakfast meeting spread. Open at 6 a.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. on the weekends, you will be able to quickly stop and grab an assortment of freshly baked bagels such as plain, sundried tomato, jalapeno cheddar, and their ever-famous French toast bagel. Trust me, no one at your meeting will be mad if you bring a bag of French toast bagels. The cream cheese choices are hard to choose from when there’s flavors such as spinach artichoke, pesto, walnut, and maple. A dozen bagels, a couple c-cheeses, a carafe of coffee, and get excited for a completely satisfying meeting. They also have some great lunch options including sandwiches, smoothies and salads if you’re planning an afternoon meeting! Click here for the menu.

Windy Ridge Bakery

If you’ve been the unlucky one that walks in the door at Windy Ridge Bakery around 10 a.m, and noticed

Park City Dining, Park City Restaurantsthat all the croissants are gone, the disappointment is so immense that you only let this happen once. Yes, their pastries fly off the shelves in the wee hours of the morning, but if you get there early, it is more than worth it and your entire staff will be thanking you for it the rest of the day. Their assortment of homemade, freshly baked croissants include plain, almond (with frangipane) chocolate, and the star of the show, the ham and cheese. They also bake off fresh muffins each day, cheese danishes and cherry danishes. Get there early and be the favorite at work. Call and use your nice voice and you might even be able to special order some ahead of time. Usually they won’t do less than a dozen. If you’re looking for some assorted sweets, this is also your place. Cookies, tarts, pies, eclairs, you name it. Perfect for some afternoon meeting snacks!

Deer Valley Grocery Cafe

 Even though it’s hard not to sit down, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this cozy corner of lower Deer Valley, the take-away menu at Deer Valley Grocery Cafe is a convenient and absolutely scrumptious option for Park City Dining, Park City Restuarantsmeetings during any time of day. For the breakfast options, grab some freshly baked assorted pastries, breads, baguettes and Deer Valley granola, then for later in the day options, enjoy Deer Valley turkey chili, assorted soups, fresh salads including chicken curry and Caesar, assorted dips, quiches, house-smoked salmon, freshly made salsa..okay you get the point right? They have almost everything including the sweet stuff. No one will be disappointed if you show up with some DV logo bags. Also a great spot to bring a small group and sit down. Beautiful views and casual atmosphere create an at ease environment for a business setting.

Whole Foods

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For those who are looking to feed the hungry and healthy workers, Whole Foods Park City’s catering option is a no-brainer. Stop by and grab an array of delicious, freshly made sandwiches to cut up and have out during a lunch meeting, pick up an assortment of sushi from their sushi department and some chopsticks, homemade baked pizzas, or choose from their impressive array of ready-made salads including chicken salad, broccoli salad, and more! I’ve even picked up some assorted olives, a couple baguettes and some cheese and provided some hearty snacks. One honestly can’t go wrong by walking in the doors of Whole Foods. To preorder items, fill out this form; if they don’t have the item you’re looking for, they will do their best to find the next best and most similar thing!

Fuego Bistro and Pizzeria 

Sometimes, pizza is just a brilliant and simple way to nosh, especially when it’s for a larger group of people. It is rare that Park City Dining, Park City Restaurantssomeone doesn’t like pizza, and with a couple to a few different options, everyone will be happy. At Fuego Bistro and Pizzeria, you could even create an entire table of Italian goodness with their fantastic pastas, sandwiches, appetizers, soups, salads and desserts. Perfect for those nights when things are running a little later, and everyone’s craving that homemade comforting meal they might be missing at home. Click here for the menu.

Cena Ristorante and Lounge

Park City Dining, Park City RestaurantsFor those of us in town that have clientele who prefer a meeting that is a bit more secluded and private, Cena Ristorante and Lounge is a great place to meet. It is a bit more tucked away providing the perfect amount of solitude and is also great for those clients who spend their days skiing and want to meet somewhere at Deer Valley. An Italian-inspired menu suits simple and adventurous tastes so they’ll be sure to have something for everyone including the employee favorite, clams in a spicy yellow tomato sauce, the classic margarita pizza, house-made prosciutto ravioli, or even a New York steak. The atmosphere is warm and cozy, and a perfect place for smaller lunch/apres/dinner meetings. Click here to view their menus.

Publik Coffee Roasters / Atticus Coffee and Teahouse

For those quick, one-on-one meetings, Publik Coffee Roasters and Atticus Coffee and Teahouse are the perfect places to grab a small bite, some delicious coffee or tea drink. Each providing a bit of a Park City Dining, Park City Restaurantsdifferent atmosphere, Publik is known for its crispy white interior, while Atticus takes the cake when it comes to getting cozy and down to business. You will find that both places are very popular spots for these types of settings, and you can definitely find me at either of them for they are great spots to sit down with someone quickly and comfortably.


About Author

Having lived in many places around the country, and being a frequent traveler around all parts of the globe, Jamie brings an eclectic sense of experiences to the way she lives her life. She is an avid outdoors lover of hiking, skiing, mountain biking and trail running, which is good since she loves to eat (and drink) her way through any place she visits. Her dog Ivy is her most prized possession.

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