Playing with Fire at Firewood


Chef and owner John Murcko has successfully made it through his first busy Park City winter operating the amazing Firewood restaurant. The restaurant, in the former Cisero’s building, is a 9,000-square-foot space with the beautiful kitchen as the heart of the business. But this kitchen isn’t just any normal kitchen. This unique dining experience offers up tasty fare that is cooked over an open flame.  The warm, inviting space is perfectly balanced with their fresh locally sourced ingredients.


If you didn’t get a chance to try Firewood yet this winter, now is the time to try their menu before it changes for the season. They will be taking a spring break starting Sunday through May 26. Before they close, head in to try the upcoming spring and summer menu. Murcko will be having different nightly specials introducing, new tasty appetizers and entrees items each night for $30 per person.

In addition, on this closing season weekend, in gratitude for their successful first season, Firewood would like to invite you to join them Friday and Saturday evening for a special dinner experience. Guests can enjoy their communal table in the private dining room, while the culinary team prepares for a three-course family style feast for only $35 per person. Call 435-252-9900 to book your dinner. Offered only through this Saturday evening, drinks and gratuity not included.

So get in to Firewood while there is still time, but we also can’t wait for all of the incredible wood fueled creations coming our way this summer.



306 Main, Park City

*Featured photo provided by Firewood


About Author

Hailing originally from the East coast, Beth was drawn to the beauty and lifestyle of the West over 8 years ago. She now calls PC home, with her husband, fur babies and new baby girl, Nola. Having lived all over the US, and traveled to about 40 countries, she is always in search of new adventure and culinary exploration. When she isn't busy in the Marketing world, she loves to create, cook, and is inspired by all things nature.

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