501 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Anyone who has a vegan or vegetarian in the mix should head straight to 501 On Main. The menu, which has plenty of options for meat lovers, too, offers healthy, seasonal dishes. The cozy atmosphere houses a friendly staff, who welcome you to relax for a lighter meal. Fresh salads, soups and dishes all highlight local produce, and the menu offers classic options like fresh veggie risotto (which is a house favorite) and steak and blue cheese salad. Don’t be afraid to indulge in the wine, which has no sulfites added and is from sustainable vineyards. 501 can easily accommodate gluten-free diners as well. The restaurant offers two levels for dining in an airy, light space as well as a deck overlooking Main Street. If you can, save room for dessert. The brownie sundae is amazing and a great treat after a satisfying meal.

1251 Kearns Blvd, Park City, Utah 84060

Boneyard Saloon & Kitchen offers a great bar and restaurant for locals looking to get off Main Street. Like most great hidden gems, this gastropub is a favorite among all types for its wood-fired cooking and elevated bar food. But it still retains its locals-only feel, with its long bar and community tables. Nestled in an old lumber yard revamped with lots of metal and wood, Boneyard prepares most of the dishes in a custom-built, wood-fired charcoal grill. Find great burgers, classic steaks and juicy ribs, with deep depth of flavor from the grill’s heat and smoke, cooked by chef Chris Parker. With a beer selection that boasts 90 varieties and uncommon craft cocktails, Boneyard lets you find anything you desire, day or night. It is also a perfect spot to watch any game, with two 75-inch big screens and four 65-inch TVs.

9100 Marsac Avenue, Park City, 84060

Burgers & Bourbon offers the best of what we love about classic American cuisine: gourmet burgers, fresh-cut fries, hand-spun shakes (both spiked and classic) and craft spirits. The restaurant’s signature burgers are made fresh with a proprietary blend of the finest farm-raised beef, topped with a selection of local artisanal cheeses and served on freshly baked potato buns. The extensive spirit collection celebrates America’s distillers, both old and new, whose artful techniques produce a stunning array of craft spirits. In tribute to their passion behind the craft, the bartenders serve iconic drinks inspired by old-fashioned favorites, like the Old-Fashioned, Mint Julep and Manhattan. With more than 200 bourbons and whiskeys, the collection will impress the most selective spirit aficionados. Vegetarian and seafood options are available, too.

738 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060

Collie’s lives up to its name as a sports bar with numerous flat-screen televisions, an inviting bar and a pool table, but the food is above and beyond what you’d expect from your typical watering hole. Almost half of the menu is house-smoked barbecue made with house rub and sauces, and it’s all smoked in a 500-pound smoker in the kitchen. The smoked brisket is a favorite, and with some luck you’ll get there in time to score some of the burnt ends before they run out. The rest of the menu feeds your cravings for great burgers, sandwiches and crispy steak fries. Take a midday break for lunch and fuel up for the slopes or stop in for après ski and quench your thirst with over 80 selections of beer.

9100 Marsac Avenue, Park City, 84060

Everyone is in for a good time at Daly’s Pub. Not only is the food an experience — gourmet, modern pub classics — the whole environment is full of adventure and fun. Try your hand at darts or shuffleboard while you enjoy a regional microbrew, or grab a group and plan to bowl a few games while you order your lunch or dinner. An open kitchen features delicious daily specials and hearty fare, like handcrafted, brick-oven pizzas and homemade fish and chips. Don’t miss desserts here, like the s’mores sundae with house-made marshmallows; you will have plenty of time to digest your meal while you visit the Wii lounge or play a vintage arcade game. It is all about fun, but you won’t be skimping on a foodie experience with special touches, such as homemade specialty sodas. Want to just relax and watch a game? There are plenty of TVs for that, too.

2093 Sidewinder Dr, Park City, UT 84060, United States

Walk into Grub Steak Restaurant and you are transported back to the Wild West. With the smell of meat grilling in the air, and the inviting fireplace, you can sit back and relax over a specialty cocktail while you wait on your meal. If you come extra hungry, dig right into the gigantic salad bar and load up on the freshly baked beer bread. There is a musician or a duo playing western and soft rock tunes on Friday and Saturday nights and holidays. The dinner menu features prime cuts of beef, fresh fish and seafood, game, pork and chicken dishes. Lunch selections include home-ground hamburgers, sandwiches and salads. Whatever you do, don’t miss dessert. Grub Steak is famous for its bread pudding served with a High West bourbon caramel sauce that is out of this world.

2300 Deer Valley Drive East, Park City, UT 84060, USA

No need to travel to New York — enjoy the famous Jean-Georges Vongerichten dining experience right here in Park City. J&G Grill offers his culinary excellence in a mountain setting at The St. Regis Deer Valley. With a focus on slow food and a farm-to-table experience, the chef takes pride in sourcing almost everything served within an 80-mile radius of the restaurant. Whether it’s local Utah trout or pork raised nearby, the ingredients are fresh and seasonal. The restaurant offers a casual yet upscale experience that is equally well-suited for a business gathering, a group of friends, an intimate supper or a family night out. Favorites on the menu include the tuna tartare, which is caught and flown in the very same day, and the black truffle pizza with creamy fontina cheese.

1456 Newpark Blvd, Park City, UT 84098, United States

This locals’ hangout has perfected authentic, thin-crust, New York-style pies. The owner, an ex-professional golfer turned restaurateur, channels the food of his Italian grandmother (nicknamed Mom Mom), who ran a restaurant back East. She first taught Maxwell (known locally as Max) to cook when he was just 5. He carries that Italian-American family tradition on today. In addition to pizzas, find delicious homemade pastas, hearty salads, the best Philly cheesesteaks around and, of course, cold draft beer. Everything on the menu is authentic East Coast Italian, made from scratch and never out of a box. Hungry? Stuff yourself with the enormous spaghetti and meatball. The delivery options and late-night hours make this a great choice if dining out or eating in. With 16 HD flat screens, you’ll never miss a game or sporting event, either.

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