The Old Town Cellars philosophy merges the art and culture of professional wine making with the mountain town lifestyle of Park City, Utah. We aim to make great wine affordable and approachable for those who are active members of our uniquely beautiful mountain town community. The Old Town Cellars family is comprised of passionate outdoor enthusiasts with a love for great wine and great times spent exploring the mountains of Utah.
The food and drinks at Harvest go beyond taste and flavor — they prioritize provenance, seasonality, creativity and connection. The folks at Harvest breathe passion and creativity into thoughtfully curated, Australian-inspired breakfast and brunch dishes. Harvest uses ingredients sourced from local farmers and small-scale producers that are of the highest quality, and these ingredients comprise dishes that reflect the season, location and inspiration. But it doesn’t end there, because the Harvest team has traveled the world to formulate the best-tasting coffee they could possibly offer. Tried, tested and perfected, the coffee at Harvest emulates the same love and affection Harvest holds for its community and customers. The welcoming space at Harvest will fill you up with inspiration, conversation and connection.
Located directly at the bottom of the Town Lift on Main Street, The Bridge Cafe & Grill just celebrated their 10th anniversary. Enjoy the open patio with umbrellas, surrounded by flowers and stunning views of the mountain — and good luck trying to not stay there all day. But luckily, if you’re a late riser (or just enjoy breakfast at all hours of the day), it serves breakfast all day. Breakfast includes classics like made-to-order omelets, eggs Benedict and a cure-all breakfast burrito. The rest of the menu features Brazilian-inspired twists on classic dishes sure to satisfy the senses as much as the ambience does. Try the house-favorite Camarao a Brazuca, Brazilian sautéed shrimp, or the national drink of Brazil, the Caipirinha, which is impossibly refreshing and tastes as if lemonade and a mojito had a love child. Whether your agenda is a scenic chair lift ride or a Main Street stroll, The Bridge Cafe is the perfect stop.
With a warm atmosphere (and cold fish), Flying Sumo has become a favorite sushi spot for both Park City locals and tourists. Most important, it’s known for its great Japanese food with fresh fish and quality ingredients, mixed with home cooking and reasonable prices. Recently renovated, the restaurant is both modern and playful, with an origami paper crane chandelier and black-and-white photos of sumo wrestlers covering the walls. There is a long, welcoming sushi bar and cozy tables for optimal sushi sharing. The menu features nigiri, sashimi, uramaki, hosomaki and specialty rolls as well as kitchen specials like the teriyaki bowl, Korean beef barbecue and even some options for the little sumos, including popcorn shrimp and fish and chips.
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).
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.
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.
Looking for a classic sushi restaurant with both tradition and cutting-edge, Japanese-inspired small plates that are perfect for sharing? Yuki Yama is just the place. The Main Street restaurant is a staple for locals, who often dine at the sushi bar, and a treat for visitors in town. Their traditional tatami room is great for a party of up to 12 guests, or put yourself in the hands of any of their talented chefs and ask for an omakase chef’s-choice style of dining that can be paired with an abundance of specialty sakes. If you are craving a filling meal, try any of the house-made ramens, which take more than a day to develop their rich flavors. While the restaurant specializes in melding exotic flavors and ingredients — like sustainably farmed bluefin tuna and live geoduck clam — traditional dishes such as nigiri and sashimi plates, tempura and a variety of gyoza are a great way for less adventurous diners to enjoy Yuki Yama’s diverse menu.