Park City Mountain Food Tour


Come one, come all, as we take you on a visual food journey of Park City Mountain Resort. Vail Resorts has linked two of North America’s greatest ski areas – creating the largest resort in the United States with 7,300 acres of skiable terrain. That means there is A LOT of runs and ground to cover, and you likely will work up quite the appetite. But have no fear, there are copious amounts of delicious options to choose from everywhere you turn.  The spring skiing has arrived, so be sure to explore all of the dining options, especially those with a deck and a view!

Don’t forget to try some donuts at Cloud Dine to start your day off right too!


Open: Winter season only, until April 16
Location: On the mountain, at the top of DreamCatcher and DreamScape lifts
Hours: 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; lunch served 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cuisine: Uniquely healthy and hearty

Have lunch at the top of Dream Peak where the focus will be healthy salads, soups, gourmet pizzas and sandwiches with a culinary twist. Flatbread pizzas, soups and house-made fries are a must! Located at the top of DreamCatcher and DreamScape lifts.Cloud_Dine



Open: Winter season only, until April 9 (TBD)
Location: On the mountain, at the base of Tombstone Lift
Hours: 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; lunch served 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cuisine: Barbecue

This outdoor open-air grill features an authentic western barbecue, including brisket, pork and wings with a great selection of hot and cold drinks. Sit in the lounge chairs for lunch and enjoy some barbecue before getting back out on the slopes.



Open: Winter season only, until April 16
Location: On the mountain, at the top of Bonanza chairlift
Hours: 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; lunch is served from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cuisine: Cafeteria with plenty of options for everyone

The Summit House is the on-mountain spot to enjoy a variety of dining options, including fresh tossed salads, homemade soups, artisan sandwiches and freshly baked pizzas.  Summit House is accessible from five different chairlifts, so no matter where you’re coming from, or what trail you’re skiing next, the Summit House is most likely on your way. And at 9,250 feet you can bet that the views of the Uinta Mountain Range from our large, heated deck will make it hard to leave



Open: Winter season only, until April 16
Location: On the mountain, at the base of Quicksilver Gondola and Silverlode lift
Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; lunch served 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Cuisine: Fresh American, homemade

Miners Camp restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a cozy lunch and watch the action. The menu offers homemade soups and chili, fresh tossed artisan salads and Mediterranean kabobs and gyros. This new in 2016 mountain restaurant contains 500 indoor seats, large deck and state of the art food servery. Miners Camp is located at the base of the Silverlode lift and the new interconnect gondola.




Open: Winter season only, until April 9
Location: On the Mountain,  off the mid-station of the Orange Bubble Express
Hours: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Phone: (435) 615-2892
Cuisine: American, table-served

Known for its table-served Rocky Mountain cuisine and incredible views of the Wasatch Range, Lookout Cabin also offers a lunch menu and a full-service bar. Reservations are recommended.


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About Author

Hailing originally from the East coast, Beth was drawn to the beauty and lifestyle of the West over 8 years ago. She now calls PC home, with her husband, fur babies and new baby girl, Nola. Having lived all over the US, and traveled to about 40 countries, she is always in search of new adventure and culinary exploration. When she isn't busy in the Marketing world, she loves to create, cook, and is inspired by all things nature.

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