Wasatch Region Dining
Ogden's chefs are as farm-to-table savvy as chefs anywhere else. From bountiful skiers’ breakfast buffets to pristine après ski sushi rolled by masters, we promise you won't stay hungry for long here. Or thirsty. A few swigs of Ogden's award-winning small batch liquor or microbrews is the perfect finish to a great day of skiing.
Mmm, is your mouth watering yet? Salt Lake serves up flavors suitable for every palate, from farm-to-table-focused restaurants to burgers with a twist to top-shelf sushi rolls. Microbreweries can barely catch their breath between craft beer festivals and national award ceremonies. Chefs here reel in every kind of seafood imaginable the day it’s caught through the Salt Lake International Airport.
Discover a fresh, airy alternative for lunch or dinner in a casual, patio setting. In the warmer months, the roof opens for a unique alfresco dining experience. Located on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, overlooking downtown Salt Lake City.
Nowhere else in Utah will you find a greater concentration of bars and restaurants so close to the snow than the Park City area. Historic Main Street alone boasts over 100 options, from the country's only ski-in gastro distillery to places that offer gluten-free fare. On-mountain eats abound at Deer Valley, Canyons, and Park City Mountain Resort.
Located at Deer Valley's mid-mountain Silver Lake Lodge. Serving award-winning cuisine in a contemporary lodge setting for lunch, apres ski and dinner seven days a week, during ski season. Royal Street is open from 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. during the summer season.