This established, family-run restaurant is the place to go for fine dining in an upscale, yet hip, setting. The 22-year-old business has recently joined forces with Alpine Distilling to provide a new twist on your dining experience. Notice the tin-pressed ceiling in the historic building that once housed a department store as you take a front-row seat to the action on Main Street. Start with a signature cocktail or a bottle from the Wine Spectator-awarded list. A diverse menu of traditionally prepared, classic and playful cuisine is now crafted for family dining and sharing plates. Menu items reflect the flavors of alpine regions such as garden, valley and fjord. The Utah red trout entrée is a local favorite, but there is something for everyone on the menu, including gluten-free options. For a truly unique experience, book a tasting in the Alpine Distilling tasting room where you can custom craft your own signature gin to enjoy with your meal.
Experience fresh, seasonal cuisine, impeccable service and breathtaking scenery at the Glitretind, located slope side at Deer Valley Resort. Thanks to the expansive windows overlooking the mid-mountain, there’s no need to leave the day’s action for a great meal. Stay outside and take in the majestic scenery from the deck seating — cozy fire pits will warm you up — or move inside, where the inviting lodge decor is befitting of this five-star resort. Corporate Chef Zane Holmquist focuses on seasonal menus and fresh, local, sustainable ingredients for his award-winning dishes. Don’t miss Glitretind’s legendary daily skier’s lunch buffet, full of fabulous eats. In the afternoons, find a vibrant après-ski scene with live music, and on Sundays, head here for Utah’s best brunch. The restaurant also presents a renowned wine cellar with more than 10,000 bottles to accompany the award-winning cuisine.
At Powder, technique and imagination are balanced with fresh, contemporary cuisine located at the heart of Canyons Village base of Park City Resort. Chef Michael Zachman is inspired by the heartiness of the bountiful mountains of Utah, along with his world travels, to create an exceptional dining experience. Powder takes pride in sourcing as many local ingredients as possible and letting the flavor of the food shine through creative dishes such as the signature fried organic chicken. The cuisine and cocktails at Powder use honey from an on-property bee “sanctuary” (as staff members like to call the hive) that hosts over 70,000 bees, or from the hotel’s garden that provides herbs for his dishes throughout the seasons. Have a quick bite on the deck or a lavish dinner overlooking a spectacular Wasatch Mountain sunset. Powder is the ideal place, with fresh and flavorful menu offerings for the entire family.
Riverhorse on Main is on an elite list of top restaurants in the nation and one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants in Park City’s Historic District. As a 16-year recipient of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award, Riverhorse on Main is lauded by restaurant critics and the dining public as one of North America’s top culinary destinations and a local culinary gem. Riverhorse was also Utah’s first restaurant to receive the prestigious DiRoNA Award. With its trendy, urban vibe, live music and historic setting in the renovated Masonic Hall, Riverhorse treats guests to an inventive array of eclectic American cuisine and uncomplicated seasonal dishes crafted by award-winning executive chef and co-owner Seth Adams. Guests can also bring Adams’ culinary expertise into their own home: Riverhorse offers private chef and catering services for intimate parties of two and for parties as large as 200.
The Brass Tag is the perfect place to meet friends for drinks and appetizers or to settle in for a cozy dinner after playing in the mountain. The Brass Tag offers brick-oven cuisine at its best. Find a piece of Park City’s mining heritage with the old brass tags hung throughout the restaurant. The menu features oven-fired dishes like miso-glazed Verlasso salmon, Creminelli calabrese pizzettes, house-made chicken noodle soup, and seasonal salads. An après favorite, oven-fired chimichurri potato chips are served with Gold Creek Farms cheddar, Gruyère and bacon. Many items are served in skillets, from the tandoori shrimp to the oven-baked chicken wings. The Brass Tag offers plenty of options for gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan diners, too. Conference guests and families will be pleased to know The Brass Tag is conveniently located in the Lodges at Deer Valley in the Snow Park area.
Located directly at the bottom of the Town Lift on Main Street, The Bridge Cafe & Grill boasts one of Park City’s best patios. Enjoy the open patio with umbrellas, surrounded by flowers and stunning views of the mountain — and good luck trying to not stay there all day. But luckily, if you’re a late riser (or just enjoy breakfast at all hours of the day), it serves breakfast all day. Breakfast includes classics like made-to-order omelets, eggs Benedict and a cure-all breakfast burrito. The rest of the menu features Brazilian-inspired twists on classic dishes sure to satisfy the senses as much as the ambience does. Try the house-favorite Camarao a Brazuca, Brazilian sautéed shrimp, or the national drink of Brazil, the Caipirinha, which is impossibly refreshing and tastes as if lemonade and a mojito had a love child. Whether your agenda is a scenic chair lift ride or a Main Street stroll, The Bridge Cafe is the perfect stop.
The Foundry Grill was opened in July 1996. The name is taken from the concept of the large foundry wall located in the main room. The word foundry implies simplicity and a return to fundamentals. The room, service and execution of the menu are an extension of this idea. Woody, elegant, mountain views & upscale American cuisine, Foundry Grill hits all the spots when it comes to comforting, mountain fare.