Le’Spring Dining Specials at Lespri


One of the hippest bars in the area, tuck in to a cozy booth or belly-up to the bar.

Dining Specials at Local’s Favorite Lespri

Park City’s restaurant scene has gone from standard ski town fare to hot stuff over the last few years. New establishments seem to open at an impressive pace, attracting the lion’s share of diner’s attention. Outside of the hype and wait lists lie a handful of local’s favorite spots – the hidden gems and neighborhood favorites that make outstanding food without many of the accolades showered on the better known choices. Maybe they are a little off the beaten path, but they are worth a try (or two) nonetheless.

Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar is one of those places. Located off Main Street in the Prospector neighborhood, you’ll find locals rubbing elbows with tourists in the know noshing on market fresh sushi, USDA Prime steak cuts and seasonally inspired dishes. ‘Tis the season for dining specials and April is the perfect time to give Lespri a try.

Fresh sushi crafted with inspired ingredients and house-made sauces.

Sushi Rolls and Sips to Savor During Happy Hour

We all need to celebrate the end of the work day or the end of a day touring Park City, and there’s no better place to do it than Lespri. Tuck in to their hip bar and delight in happy hour specials between 5-6 p.m. that include half-priced sushi rolls and select appetizers. Once the lifts stop spinning at the resorts, Lespri kicks in to two-for-one entree mode. The perfect time to check out their sumptuous entrees, dig in to one of the best steaks in town, or let the sushi chef whip up one of his renowned fresh creations.

Most restaurants slow down their service hours in the quieter spring months, and Lespri is no different. Be sure to visit them Tuesday-Sunday 5-9 p.m., although they stay open a bit later on Friday and Saturday. Dining specials are available every day during April. April 21st they close down for a little break before re-opening with their new summer menu on June 1st.


About Author

The mountains called, and Pamela answered. An established Park City area resident since 1998, Pamela found her way to curating epicurean and travel content via years spend in the ad agency world, as well as acting as a PR and marketing guru for hotels and vacation rental companies. Thankfully, multitasking comes easy for her and she’s able to eat, drink and write concurrently while enjoying the mountain lifestyle. When not working, or riding the snow or a horse, she’s exploring with her husband and two labs.

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