Park City Area Dining
A quick escape to the mountains, Park City is a mere 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. This area encompasses three ski resorts that are year-round destinations: Canyons Resort, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort.
Canyons restaurants The Farm and Alpine House serve up the finest ingredients, all of which are sourced exclusively from local purveyors. Kimball Junction offers it all, from fine dining to local watering holes.
End an unforgettable day of skiing and riding by kicking up your heels to a country-western band while our chefs present a legendary Western BBQ Buffet, featuring house specialty slow-roasted prime rib, BBQ ribs, chicken and a dessert buffet.
Nowhere else in Utah will you find a greater concentration of bars and restaurants so close to the snow than Park City's town. Historic Main Street alone boasts over 100 options, from the country's only ski-in gastro distillery to places that offer gluten-free fare. Utah's après skiing lives here.
Deer Valley has raised the bar when it comes to on-mountain food. Simply put, the food is so good you should take time to savor each bite. From casual family-friendly cafés and grills to elegantly rustic restaurants, every Deer Valley dining experience features quality ingredients and creative, fresh preparations with an emphasis on locally sourced products.
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.
Even though Heber is a small place on the map, the culinary options here rival any city in Utah. Highlights include the most extensive salsa bar in the state at Tarahumara, the thickest, creamiest milkshakes around at Dairy Keen, Zermatt's Friday night seafood buffet, and Sundance Resort's gourmet Tree Room and Foundry Grill. Grab a drink at the Owl Bar, a bar patronized by Butch Cassidy himself.