The ski slopes aren’t all that’s opening in Park City these days. A number of brand-new Park City restaurants will also open their doors to guests this season.
From a ski-in/ski-out raw bar on the slopes of Deer Valley to a new contemporary American concept in Kimball Junction, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the new spots we highly recommend checking out this winter.
While the building is far from new — it’s a 19th century miners boarding house — Mid-Mountain Lodge has been completely transformed for this ski season. The new menu features flame-broiled rotisserie meats and an on-mountain, full-service, ski-in-ski-out cocktail bar.
Park City, your prayers have been answered: a legitimately delicious Thai restaurant has arrived. Located in Kimball Junction, Thai So Good serves up classic curries, chicken satay, pad thai and all your other favorites.
Another new addition to Kimball Junction, Hearth and Hill, is a family-friendly, upscale-casual American contemporary restaurant. It’s a perfect gathering spot for delicious bites — ranging from Asian-inspired dishes like a daily gyoza or hamachi crudo to classic wings and burgers.
The details are still to come (and we’ll be sure to cover it when they’re available!), but Kimball is getting yet another delicious addition to its dining options. Bartolo’s will start off serving breakfast and lunch this season, but plan to expand to dinner service ASAP.
A new, unique concept from the owners of Tupelo, Rime is a ski-in, ski-out raw bar offering oysters, tuna tartare, clam chowder, lobster rolls and more. It’s housed in the former Deer Crest Cabin, with stunning views of the Jordanelle. Read more about Rime here.