Park City is a Multicultural Hub for Global Eats


It’s no secret that Park City has an extensive dining scene. With an international airport only 30 minutes away, our not so quaint mountain town nestled in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains welcomes all nationalities and is a multicultural hub with a considerable selection of global fare for your dining pleasure. Whether you’re craving Mexican, Italian, Japanese or Jamaican eats, you’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for at Park City restaurants.

Explore the flavors of the world while feasting at the restaurants below who serve up rich ethnic cuisine right in our backyard:


Jerk chicken at 11Hauz

11Hauz is Park City’s first authentic Jamaican food restaurant. The family-owned spot serves Jamaican favorites such as jerk chicken and shrimp, fried plantains and oxtail. Most of the dishes have been in the family for generations, such as the mac and cheese and curry chicken.


Feast on handcrafted pasta at Bartolo’s

If you’re looking for a taste of Italy and the Mediterranean, look no further than Bartolo’s, an artisanal restaurant with an Italian-inspired kitchen, specializing in all kinds of handcrafted pasta. On the menu, you can expect to find fresh pasta, seafood-centric dishes and roasted veggies.


Shakshouka, Moroccan baked eggs topped with goat curd and aromatic dukkah

The handcrafted dishes at Five5eeds, are inspired by the best in local, seasonal produce, with a definitive nod to the famed Australian foodie culture of the breakfast-all-day cafés — or brekkies — the owners enjoyed while growing up down under. Aussies love their breakfast and lunch, and Five5eeds brings the flavor and freshness to the menu with smashed avocado on toast, Shakshouka and eggs Benedict.

Yuki Yama

Creative sushi rolls

Experience world-class Japanese-inspired cuisine, in the mountains of Utah at Yuki Yama, which translates literally to “snowy mountain” in Japanese. Transport yourself by sitting in their Japanese-style tatami room and feast on the freshest seasonal fish that’s flown in from around the world. This fish is used in their creative sushi rolls and dishes, like pork ramen, crispy tuna tartare and the Bruce Lee Roll, which is a flavor explosion in your mouth of albacore, spicy sauce, avocado, tempura shishito peppers, topped with lightly seared wagyu beef, crispy shallots, green onion, smoked sea salt and truffle ponzu,

Tekila Mexican Grill and Cantina

Traditional street tacos at Tekila

The owners of Tekila came to the United States from Mexico City, bringing with them many traditional family recipes. Their menu centers on authentic Mexican dishes that have been passed down through generations. After a day on the hill, we encourage you to try one of their more unique menu items: the Molcajete, which will for sure satisfy your appetite as it is meant to be shared by two people. The Molcajete comes with grilled steak, shrimp and chicken, all simmered in a green tomatillo sauce, along with nopales (a.k.a. cacti), scallions, queso fresco and chiles toreados. Also, you can’t beat the Carne Asada tacos, served in the classic street-taco style, with cilantro, onions, rice, beans and salsa.



About Author

Rachel Friedman Elberts is a personal trainer and health coach for the pursuit of fitness & movement in the outdoors based in Park City, Utah. Check her out at She was born and raised in New York City, but was called West by the Mountains. She's worked in the Outdoor Industry for the past 8 years and has found a deep love for connecting people, building relationships, and connecting more deeply with nature. You can probably find her either being active in the outdoors hiking, backpacking, playing tennis, golf, on her SUP, Snowboard, Mountain Bike, or taking pictures, being creative in the kitchen, discovering new experiences and restaurants in her community and traveling to places near and far that fill her with awe and wonder. Follow her adventures @rachshredgnar on Instagram.

Comments are closed.