A family-run business, the folks at 11Hauz are bringing family recipes of finga tings and big tings to the masses. Husband and wife team Errol and Sheron Grant run 11Hauz with their daughters Nyesha, Tanisha and Anita Hamil. Sheron is the 11Hauz head chef, and it was her grandmother, who walked 11 miles to and from work every day, that inspired the name of the restaurant and most of its fresh, from scratch recipes. Down to the detail, tantalize yuh taste buds with flavors of Jamaican jerk and house-made scotch bonnet peppa sauce. The dishes at 11Hauz utilize blends of Jamaican spices that add rich island flare to every bite. All entrées are served with coconut white rice, light cabbage salad and plantains: “sweeter than a banana ever will be.” Get your curry in a hurry at 11Hauz.
This established, family-run restaurant is the place to go for fine dining in an upscale yet hip setting. The 24-year-old business has recently joined forces with Alpine Distilling to provide a new twist on your dining experience. Notice the tin-pressed ceiling in the historic building that once housed a department store as you take a front-row seat to the action on Main Street. Start with a signature cocktail or a bottle from the Wine Spectator-awarded list. A diverse menu of traditionally prepared, classic and playful cuisine is now crafted for family dining and sharing plates. Menu items reflect the flavors of alpine regions such as garden, valley and fjord. The Utah red trout entrée is a local favorite, but there is something for everyone on the menu, including gluten-free options. For a truly unique experience, book a tasting in the Alpine Distilling tasting room, where you can custom craft your own signature gin to enjoy with your meal.
Tapas are popular for a good reason. They always encourage socializing, because the focus is not on a full meal set before you but rather on the ability to share many tasty plates throughout one dinner. 710 Bodega on Main fills that void for Park City. A summer vacation to Spain inspired restaurateurs Nicholas Smurthwaite and Paola Bello to open this modern-style Spanish tapas bar that mixes traditional plates with new twists. Just steps from Main Street, this lively outpost is a superb choice for a night out, whether that’s a large gathering or an intimate date. The concept is simple: good food, drinks and great service in a relaxing setting. Favorites include clams, calamari, lamb lollipops, croquettes and the only paella in town. A healthy wine list includes several Spanish wines. The rustic and welcoming vibe is achieved through the use of wood planks and metal — it’s both hip and cozy at the same time.
Alex Bartolo, a native of Brazil with Italian roots, and his wife, Rhia Bartolo, have brought artisanal, Italian cooking to a beautiful neighborhood location in Kimball Junction. It was in Brazil that Bartolo began to make handmade pasta, later honing his skills in Italy. On the menu, you can expect to find many Italian and Mediterranean influences, including fresh pasta, seafood-centric dishes and roasted veggies. With options spanning from a vegan breakfast bowl with muesli, coconut milk and dates to a rigatoni Bolognese with fresh ricotta, diners will be pleased with the lighter or more indulgent options. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the husband-and-wife team behind Bartolo’s has made it a must-stop for fresh food, great coffee and good people.
Blind Dog Seafood & Raw Bar, located just minutes from Park City’s Historic Main Street, easily earns its “not to be missed” dining reputation. With both indoor and outdoor dining, Blind Dog offers fresh seafood and meats with Park City altitude and East Coast attitude. There is plenty of off-street parking for your car or bike. Blind Dog’s laid-back but on-point service staff will guide you through their massive menu of fresh fish, lobster, colossal shrimp, oysters, sushi and more. Land lovers will enjoy prime beef steaks, the signature “Dreamloaf” and the locals’ favorite mac and cheese. There are also plenty of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. The bar boasts an extensive wine list, along with artisanal cocktails and a substantial range of sakes and craft beers. This go-to dining spot, featured in Food & Wine as the “locals’ best kept secret,” is a secret no more. Ensure you make a reservation to experience this iconic dining establishment.
An industrial-finished gastropub by Diversified Bars & Restaurants, this is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Boneyard offers the finest in comfort food along with Park City’s largest craft bottle and draft beer inventory, with over 125 selections. Don’t miss the full bar with a diverse blend of specialty cocktails. With a custom wood-fired grill, the great burgers and classic sandwiches have an exceptional depth of flavor. Choices range from wagyu beef sliders to fresh salads, house-made chicken and dumpling pot pie to award-winning yardbird wings. Dine on the rooftop deck with mountain views and enjoy live music Friday and Saturday evenings through the summer. Voted best place to watch a game in Park City, Boneyard lets you enjoy the action on one of two 75-inch TVs or four 65-inch screens. There’s always free parking for patrons, and its sister restaurant, Wine Dive, is right next door. Enjoy brunch 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on weekends (must be 21+).
This traditional family-owned-and-operated Italian restaurant serves authentic favorites in a cozy, intimate atmosphere. Run by Paola Bello and chef Nicholas Smurthwaite, Buona Vita brings you a tradition of fresh Italian cuisine to the heart of Park City. Loyal patrons come for signature dishes, such as the caprese with fresh buffalo mozzarella and the Alla Nona — spicy sausage ravioli reminiscent of a recipe from an Italian grandmother. Of course, the standout of the menu is some of the finest and heartiest pasta dishes in town, with scratch-made sauces. The extensive menu offers something for everyone, from pizzas to gluten-free options. A broad wine list accompanies this home-style cuisine, and with friendly service you will leave feeling like part of the family.
At Burgers & Barley, just because it’s fast doesn’t mean it’s not made fresh. This quick takeout or dine-in restaurant in Prospector offers house-made specialty burgers alongside an impressive beer selection. The 8-ounce burgers are made with fresh, local beef and served on bread made by a local bakery. Whether you are a meat lover or a vegetarian, or anything in between, you will find a large selection of items to choose from, including veggie burgers and chicken sandwiches. Specialty burgers offer unique options, but there are also snacks (think corn dog nuggets and fried green beans), salads, soups and mac and cheese. The prices are very reasonable (nothing on the menu goes over $15) to feed a family of any size. Hungry for dessert? The fried Oreos are hard to beat.
Burgers & Bourbon offers the best of what we love about classic American cuisine: gourmet burgers, fresh-cut fries, hand-spun shakes (both spiked and classic) and craft spirits. The restaurant’s signature burgers are made fresh with a proprietary blend of the finest farm-raised beef, topped with a selection of local artisanal cheeses and served on freshly baked potato buns. The extensive spirit collection celebrates America’s distillers, both old and new, whose artful techniques produce a stunning array of craft spirits. In tribute to their passion behind the craft, the bartenders serve iconic drinks inspired by old-fashioned favorites, like the Old-Fashioned, Mint Julep and Manhattan. With more than 200 bourbons and whiskeys, the collection will impress the most selective spirit aficionados. Vegetarian and seafood options are available, too.
With great steaks that are comfortably priced, Butcher’s Chop House by Diversified Bars & Restaurants has something for everyone. The family-friendly restaurant features steaks, chops, seafood, pasta, a kids’ menu and more. All items on the Butcher’s block include a choice of two sides. Try the prime rib, a locals’ favorite. The beautifully finished cherry wood bar side boasts one of the finest wine lists and liquor displays in Utah. Also, watch all of your favorite prime-time sporting events on the 166-inch-screen TV. Enjoy patio dining with spectacular mountain views at the base of the town lift. Butcher’s is eating and drinking every day from 4 p.m.–12 a.m. Ask about 2-for-1 and 777 specials (must be 21+ on the bar side).
In the heart of Historic Park City, Café Terigo is one of Park City’s most beloved family owned and operated eateries, serving traditional and contemporary Italian food for over three decades. Chef Ed Axtell and his daughter, Carly, work tirelessly on creatively and consistently preparing food reflective of their many inspirational travels, incorporating local bounty. The atmosphere is cozy and timeless, affording intimate seating as well as large groups and private dining room options. Local favorites include Herb Breaded Trout, a variety of fresh house-made pastas and their signature bread pudding with butter rum sauce. Café Terigo is a perfect spot to meet up with friends for dinner and a bottle of wine from their extensive wine list, grab a quick lunch or enjoy summertime patio dining under the stars.
A Main Street hotspot, Crystal Park Cantina is serving up refreshing, unique twists on Mexican fare. The light, comfortable bar space serves margaritas that showcase their signature, all-natural margarita mix with gently pasteurized lemon, lime and orange juices. Also made in house are their simple syrups, utilizing organic cane sugars. Taste the difference in the jalapeño cilantro margarita with fresh muddled cilantro and jalapeños, or their sangria margarita: a fusion of traditional Spanish and Mexican cocktails. Similarly, the food flavors draw inspiration from multiple countries. But everything is house made, from the saffron-infused rice served with all entrées to the authentic mole sauce. And if it’s just a big plate of nachos you’re looking to wash down with that margarita, you won’t be disappointed at Crystal Park Cantina.
Since 1946, the Mawhinney family has been serving up traditional burgers and shakes to the Heber City neighborhood. In the building of what was once a Dairy Queen, is Dairy Keen — Home of the Train. As generations of the Mawhinney family continue to serve a variety of burgers, sandwiches, salads and ice cream items, a miniature train circulating overhead celebrates the history of Heber Valley. Burgers and sandwiches stack the menu with options, including fried or grilled chicken, fish, turkey, ham and more. An ample side selection includes french fries, onion rings or tater tot stix. Throughout the years, Dairy Keen has received many Best of State awards for these items, most notably Best of State shakes or frozen desserts for 16 consecutive years.
Everyone is in for a good time at Daly’s Pub. Not only is the food an experience — a gastropub-style eatery with microbrews and specialty cocktails — the whole environment is full of adventure and fun. Try your hand at darts or shuffleboard while you enjoy a Montage Mountain Ale, or grab a group and plan to bowl a few games while you order your dinner. An open kitchen features delicious daily specials and hearty fare, like handcrafted brick-oven pizzas. Don’t miss desserts here, like the s’mores sundae with house-made marshmallows; you will have plenty of time to digest your meal while you play a round on the PlayStation or a vintage arcade game. It is all about fun, but you won’t be skimping on a foodie experience. Want to just relax and watch a game? There are plenty of TVs for that, too.
If you have a midsummer craving for the delicious cuisine that Deer Valley is known for, don’t worry — you don’t have to wait until winter for a bite. At Deer Valley Grocery~Café, you’ll find many of the resort’s famous specialties, from its turkey chili to assorted jumbo cookies and more. Open for breakfast, lunch and early supper or takeout, this convenient spot in the Snow Park area can make your day. Start with fresh-roasted coffee and a hearty breakfast wrap. Come midday, seek out a salad made with local seasonal ingredients or sandwiches, like the tandoori chicken curry wrap. Finish the day with a standout sweet treat, such as the Deer Valley carrot cake. If you feel like eating at home, the selection of gourmet grocery items and house-prepared takeaway entrées will give you many options.
Finding made-from-scratch food at a burger bar is rare, but Drafts isn’t a typical burger bar. DBB at Westgate Resort gives its food a gourmet twist. Don’t miss the Tatchos, tater tot nachos covered in smoky Gouda sauce, bacon, green onions and sour cream. Order from seven types of wings — from the low-heat honey chipotle to the spiciest Queen of Versailles hot sauce, a personal creation from the queen herself, Jackie Siegel — plus handcrafted burgers and milkshakes. If you are famished after a big day on the trails, then DBB’s Best of State award-winning burgers will hit the spot, accompanied by one of their monstrous shakes with all the fixings — think sides of Ho Hos, Butterfinger candy bars and Pop-Tarts! Featuring more than 50 beers and a fully stocked bar, Drafts Burger Bar is also a lively choice for watching a game on big-screen TVs.
Step into Edge Steakhouse, and you may feel like you’ve been transported to Chicago or New York. This upscale contemporary steakhouse at Westgate Resort brings a big-city feel to the mountains. Oenophiles will be pleased with one of the most comprehensive wine lists in Park City, with an in-house sommelier to help select the perfect bottle. Edge is all about its Snake River Farms domestic wagyu steaks. You won’t find steaks like these anywhere else in Utah. Edge is also proud to feature a 55-day dry-aged bone-in New York strip and bone-in rib-eye. À la carte steaks can be accompanied by sides like the black-and-white truffle mac and cheese or the classic wagyu tartare. Make sure to sample inventive entrées like the Mary’s Free Range Chicken or the Silk Road Spicy Shrimp appetizer.
Element has established itself in the Park City community as a catering service built on unique, inspiring flavor combinations in dishes that utilize wholesome, organic ingredients. Now, they bring those same elements to their new dine-in location. From healthy, ready-made dishes to take-and-bake options, Element Kitchen & Bakery is an organic cafe, bakery, gourmet market and more that is proving great food doesn’t have to be complicated. Their menu of wholesome, organic meals and bakery items, served in a relaxed atmosphere, will keep you coming back for more. For all your catering needs, Element Chef Services provides hot drop-off meals, in-house chef services and full-service catering for any event, large or small. Enjoy all that Park City has to offer, and let the chefs behind Element Park City be your culinary concierge.
This well-known pizzeria from Salt Lake City brings its family-friendly, casual dining to Park City. With big New York-style slices made from fresh, high-quality ingredients, Este keeps customers coming back for more. Here, you will find salads, make-your-own pizzas, calzones, stromboli and even vegan buffalo wings (served with vegan ranch dressing, too). Este’s menu aims to please any type of eater. For meat lovers, the Vortman comes piled high with pepperoni, ham, sausage and homemade meatballs. Or go vegetarian with the Green 4: spinach, tomatoes, red onions and garlic. Vegans won’t be left out, as Este offers five varieties of pies just for them. Don’t miss the breaded and baked ravioli to start or the zeppoles (Italian doughnuts) to finish. Eat in or take out. Either way, you’ll be satisfied with well-made food prepared by locals who know how to do it right.
Park City’s only locally owned community market and cafe, Fairweather Natural Foods is a popular destination for natural food and holistic nutrition. In addition to being the only organic juice bar in town, Fairweather Natural Foods boasts a wide array of vegan, organic baked goods and gluten-free options. Their dine-in and takeout organic cafe features house-made organic vegan soups, salads and sandwiches. Purchase local and organic produce, groceries and eco-friendly cleaning supplies, as well as whole food vitamins, herbal remedies and holistic skin care products. Since the store’s opening in 1992, owner Jen Rattray and her team have brought to consumers a passion and knowledge of nutrition that enable them to assist and advise shoppers based on their questions, concerns and health lifestyle.