Park City is known for the fantastic skiing, but we’ve never had a reputation for being an inspiring food scene. However, we’d like to say that has changed recently! Park City now has a thriving selection of artisan food that is locally sourced (in many cases), and high quality.
With all the choices we now have, we thought it was a good time to put together a list of our favorite places to eat in Park City right now. Check out our list!
One of the newer restaurants to Park City, Handle is a top favorite! It’s considered American cuisine, mostly small plates. The space here is warm and comforting, and you can see into the kitchen.
Almost everything is organic and sourced locally when possible. The menu isn’t huge, but you’ll definitely find great choices and there’s something everyone will love. Don’t miss the Buffalo Cauliflower, Fried Chicken, Pork Belly, and Caramel Pudding. Oh, and if you get the chance, you must sit at the Chef’s Counter!
Purple Sage’s unique cuisine focuses on the bold and rustic flavors of the American west with a modern and sophisticated twist. Park City is a mountain town and this restaurant definitely embodies its location; it’s warm and cozy and perfect for a snowy night (the patio is fantastic for warmer weather!)
Must-have menu items here include the Charcuterie Board, Veal Meatloaf (it’s a house specialty), and Butternut Squash Ravioli.
Named for the owners’ beloved rescue dog, Fletcher’s serves elevated American food that is locally sourced when possible as well as organic and grass-fed meats. The dining room is rustic and bright, while the library lounge is cozy with leather couches and lots of dark wood furniture, and serves amazing craft cocktails.
Start with the bacon jam and cheddar chive biscuits and continue with the short rib grilled cheese, Peanut Crusted Salmon, and Charred Brussel Sprouts. Don’t forget dessert…the beignets are a must!!
Riverhorse on Main
It’s one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants on Park City’s historic Main Street and highly lauded by restaurant critics. Riverhorse offers an upscale, high-quality dining experience in a vibrant atmosphere.
You can’t go wrong with food choices here, but these are our top suggestions: Riverhorse Tower (Wagyu beef cubes, shallot herb butter, smoked salmon, crisp potato pancake, local goat cheese crisp and quince jam), Local Rainbow Trout, Macadamia Nut Crusted Alaskan Halibut, and the Trio of Wild Game.
Oh, and they have live music too!