The Best Decks for Dining Outside in Park City


What’s the best pairing for a late summer dinner? Well, a beer may be the first thing that comes to mind, but a gorgeous view of the mountains is another perfect match for a meal.

Whenever we eat alfresco, food somehow tastes even better. Fortunately, in Park City, we’re blessed with plenty of places to dine outdoors all over town. While it’s tough to narrow down the ultimate outdoor dining spots in a town full of stunning vistas, we selected a few of our favorite places to dine on delicious food while admiring the view.

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No Name Saloon Rooftop Bar

This popular (and sometimes rowdy) bar and grill boasts one of the best views of Main Street from its expansive rooftop deck. Chances are you’ve been here for at least a drink, but if you haven’t tried the top-notch bar food yet, now’s the time.  

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This is one of our favorite spots to refuel after a ride or hike at Deer Valley. The views of Deer Valley’s lakes and mountains are the perfect accompaniment to their tasty menu which includes soups, sandwiches, chili, salads, desserts, and more.

High West Saloon

High West Patio

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Sure, you might come for the whiskey cocktails—but we advise staying for the food (“The Burger” is always a classic choice) and the sunset views from the patio.  

Boneyard Saloon & Kitchen

Boneyard Saloon Park City

Located just outside Old Town, Boneyard offers fantastic views from the rooftop. Along with the pleasant atmosphere, enjoy their selection of upscale bar foods- from tasty appetizers to hearty sandwiches, salads, and wood-fired pizzas.

Twisted Fern

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The chefs at Twisted Fern are devoted to using sustainable and local foods from local purveyors in their menus. The delicious dishes are paired with an open-air atmosphere and beautiful views from their location on Snow Creek Drive. 

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St. Regis Deer Valley

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Whether you end up here apres ski or simply ride the funicular up for sunset drinks and dinner, the views from the Mountain Terrace bar and restaurant might be impossible to beat. 



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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