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.
This traditional family-owned-and-operated Italian restaurant serves authentic favorites in a cozy, intimate atmosphere. Run by Paola Bello and chef Nicholas Smurthwaite, Buona Vita brings you a tradition of fresh Italian cuisine to the heart of Park City. Loyal patrons come for signature dishes, such as the caprese with fresh buffalo mozzarella, and the Alla Nona — spicy sausage ravioli reminiscent of a recipe from an Italian grandmother. Of course, the standout of the menu is some of the finest and heartiest pasta dishes in town, with scratch-made sauces. The extensive menu offers something for everyone, from pizzas to gluten-free options. A broad wine list accompanies this home-style cuisine, and with friendly service, you will leave feeling like part of the family.
Step into Edge Steakhouse, and you may feel like you’ve been transported to Chicago or New York. This upscale contemporary steakhouse at Westgate Resort brings a big-city feel to the mountains. Oenophiles will be pleased with one of the most comprehensive wine lists in Park City, with an in-house sommelier to help select a bottle. Edge is all about its Snake River Farms domestic wagyu steaks. You won’t find steaks like these anywhere else in Utah. Their exclusive rib cap is carried only by chefs such as Wolfgang Puck and Thomas Keller. À la carte steaks can be accompanied by sides like the black-and-white truffle mac and cheese or the classic wagyu tartare. Make sure to sample inventive entrées like the lobster and black truffle risotto or the Silk Road spicy shrimp appetizer.
Nestled mid-mountain among the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Deer Valley, only the most exceptional dining will do. Indulge your wish for a luxury dining experience, with tastes as bold and breathtaking as the mountain vistas that surround you. Enjoy fresh mountain air on the deck or head indoors to the inviting lodge, with elegant décor befitting a five-star resort. The expert culinary team, led by esteemed Vice President of Food and Beverage Operations and Corporate Chef Zane Holmquist, upholds award-winning standards with every dish, combining fresh, locally sourced ingredients with the absolute finest savory pairings.
A lively exhibition kitchen, two-sided stone fireplace and stunning views create an inviting backdrop for superb cuisine at J&G Grill, a restaurant concept by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Chef de Cuisine Rachel Wiener creates each dish with the highest-quality meats and freshest local produce and fish available in the market. Winner of AAA’s coveted Four Diamond award and recipient of Wine Spectator’s Best of Award of Excellence, J&G Grill features the largest wine collection in Utah, with over 1,000 different labels and more than 13,000 bottles. 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.
If you’ve never ventured away from Main Street and sampled the sushi and steaks at Lespri, you are missing out on Park City’s best-kept secret. Lespri is a quiet refuge where you can relax and enjoy an exceptionally crafted meal. The sushi is artfully prepared with unique combinations and house-made sauces infused with fresh ingredients that will delight your taste buds. If it’s a steak you’re craving, Lespri specializes in USDA Certified Prime meat. Only the top two percent of all meat receives this certification. The seasonal salads are beautiful and delicious. Don’t miss sides like whipped potatoes and decadent mac and cheese. The impressive wine list offers an incredible variety and rare, hard-to-find bottles. Dine alfresco on the dog-friendly patio, or leave your pup at home and sit in the outdoor grotto. Inside, get comfortable in the main dining room, the bar area with three large booths or the intimate sushi bar.
From Diversified Bars and Restaurants (a DBR joint), No Name is the home of the world-famous buffalo burger. Locally voted Best Bar and Best Burger for six years in a row, it is the pulse of the bar scene in Park City. This award-winning institution is centrally located on Historic Main Street, where you can enjoy three full bars on two levels, including a year-round heated rooftop patio offering sweeping views of town and nearby mountains. With 17 HD TVs for all your favorite sports and an industrial vintage décor, there’s plenty to keep you busy until your turn comes up on the regulation shuffle board table. Before and after your day on the mountain, belly on up for some wings, cold beers and the best dang buffalo burger around. Stop in for lunch, dinner and a lively late-night scene. Eating and drinking every day.
If you’re looking for a lively place to gather over a great meal and a cold brew, look no further! Squatters offers an award-winning menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to a broad selection of world-class beers and full liquor service. Look for eclectic daily specials and traditional pub favorites served in a warm, friendly environment by outgoing and knowledgeable staff. Although much has changed since the first Squatters beer was poured in 1989, the company remains firmly dedicated to its goal of supporting a healthy community by procuring fresh, local ingredients and supporting local vendors whenever possible. The restaurant has plenty of space to accommodate large groups, as well as seasonal patio dining and free on-site parking. Squatters is also a family-friendly restaurant, offering kids’ menus and a variety of juices and sodas.