Five Ways: Avocado Toast Around Park City


Avocado toast has popped up on menus all around Park City — and for good reason. Not only is it incredibly Instagram-worthy (just take a look at the millions of results for #avocadotoast on the ‘gram), but avocado toast is also healthy, delicious and delightfully simple to make.

As you’ll see below, several Park City restaurants dress it up with lots of extra accoutrements, which make these versions even more beautiful and tasty. Here are five places to find the best (and most Instagram-friendly) avocado toast in Park City. 

1. Vessel Kitchen

Vessel Avocado Toast

At this fast casual restaurant in Kimball Junction, the seasonal meat-and-sides plates often steal the show. But we’re here to remind you that the avocado toast is a hidden gem on the menu. Here, smashed avocado sits upon a thick slice of sourdough, along with crispy rosemary, Korean chili flakes, olive oil and a lime wedge. Plus, it’s a bargain at just $8.

2. The Bridge Cafe and Grill

The Bridge Avocado ToastIt’s tough to beat the Bridge Cafe’s setting, right next to the Town Lift and overlooking Main Street. It’s also hard to beat their Brazilian-inspired take on savory avocado toast, served on sourdough bread with tomato, one poached egg, red cabbage, sprouts and optional bacon.

3. Five5eeds

five5seeds toastAvocado toast is traditionally an Australian creation, so it makes sense that one of the most gourmet versions is served at Five5eeds, a cafe started by Aussie natives. Here, half of an avocado is piled high on toast, along with fresh mint, dill, hemp hearts, whipped goat’s cheese, pickled zucchini, peas and crushed chilli. Add a poached egg or bacon for a couple bucks more.

4. Harvest Park City

Over on Park Avenue, another Aussie cafe, Harvest offers a delicious twist on the avo toast. Their simple version comes on toasted sourdough and has two poached eggs included, with bacon optional. The smashed avocado is also spiced up with onion and garlic (good to note if you’re not into those flavors early in the day).

5. Element Park City


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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