Park City Provisions by Riverhorse Introduces New Name and New Dinner Menu


If there’s one constant of the Main Street restaurant scene, it’s change. But while some changes can be disappointing, others, like this one, are exciting and positive. This week, Riverhorse Provisions announced its name change to Park City Provisions by Riverhorse, and started a nightly dinner service, called “Provisions After Dark.”

We asked the folks behind the brand about their reasoning for the name change. “We felt that the perception of who we were was somewhat misinterpreted,” said Matt Hamilton of Riverhorse Hospitality Group. With the new branding, they hope to highlight the fact that Provisions is more of a restaurant-slash-café that has a market and deli, versus the other way around.

Provisions by Riverhorse

A new addition to the dinner menu: buffalo short rib stroganoff with pappardelle pasta, cognac cream, wild mushrooms and sour cream.

“By putting the Provisions name first, it allows the restaurant to stand alone, but still keeps the tie to our namesake restaurant, Riverhorse,” Hamilton told us. Plus, an all-new dinner menu and table service in the evenings will also create more of a restaurant atmosphere.

The new menu will feature some Provisions staples like wild game chili and halibut tacos, alongside new additions that include smoked baby back ribs, blackened Scottish salmon and buffalo short rib stroganoff.” They’ll have cocktails, local craft beers and several varietals of wine to compliment the dishes. Park City Provisions by Riverhorse is open for dinner service nightly from 4-9 p.m., walk-ins only.

The patio will provide extra seating for dinner service, offering a fire pit and soft seating on one side and tables with heaters on the other side. The downstairs dining room will also undergo subtle upgrades to create a comfortably casual atmosphere, Hamilton noted.

Customers can expect to see more events happening in the space as well, from pop-up shops to après ski. Not only does the downstairs space provide ample room, but they can also extend into the Imperial House upstairs, Hamilton added.

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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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