Along with amazing skiing and outdoor life, we are fortunate to have so many options for great restaurants in Park City. Whatever you’re craving, believe it or not, you can find it here! Check out 5 of the hottest restaurants you need to eat at right now in Park City:
At Tupelo on Main Street, you’ll find food inspired from all around the globe. Tupelo serves Sunday brunch as well as lunch on Fridays and Saturdays and dinner every night of the week. You won’t find your basic burger or steak here. Each dish is unique and incorporates a variety of flavors.
A chilled summer corn soup with avocado, tomato, and cucumber is just one of the things that may catch your attention. For dinner, a roasted bass stands out with sautéed broccoli rabe, lobster mushrooms, roasted pepper, and corn butter. The menu also features a 48-hour braised veal cheek with parsnip puree. Don’t forget dessert – try the fantastic S’more Baked Alaska!
The Eating Establishment
Step into The Eating Establishment on Main Street and you’re inside the oldest full service restaurant in Park City. A bar was recently added to the restaurant to bring craft cocktails as well as beer from the owner’s sister business in Salt Lake City.
At The Eating Establishment you can have breakfast all day, so if you like “brinner”, check it out! Enjoy house specialties like loaded the baked potato omelet as well as French toast served with lemon curd, imported from Portugal. If you want traditional lunch and dinner choices there is everything from a variety of sandwiches to dishes like salmon florentine. The Eating Establishment is open daily from 8a.m. to 10p.m.
When you dine at The Farm in Park City you can expect to be served dishes that use ingredients from farms mainly within 200 miles of Park City; it’s the true epitome of “eat local”. The restaurant is situated in The Canyons Village across from the base of Red Pine Gondola.
Since the menu depends on locally grown items, it is seasonal, so it’s always nice to visit at different times of the year. All items on the menu are fresh and prepared from scratch. Some favorites from the summer menu include a local charcuterie board for a small plate and a pistachio crusted lamb loin for a heartier meal. The Farm is open daily for dinner from 5-10p.m.
Handle prides itself on using seasonal, local ingredients to create a simple menu that is rich in taste. Open daily for dinner at 5:30p.m., one of the favorite menus on the Handle menu is the buffalo cauliflower. The vegetable is taken to new heights with a spicy buffalo sauce and blue cheese.
For a larger plate selection, choose from items like the Niman pork shank, prepared with zursan beans, caramelized fennel, and cheddar biscuit. You can even sit at the counter and watch your meal being made – and we highly recommend that! If you’re looking for a signature cocktail to try while you’re here, don’t miss the Rattlesnake cocktail. Handle is located on Heber Avenue in Park City.
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Fresh food prepared with ingredients from local farms as well as grass-fed meats and organic chicken are just a few of the highlights you’ll find at Fletcher’s on Main Street. A fun fact about Fletcher’s is that the restaurant is named after the owner’s rescue dog!
Enjoy your favorite small plate or meal inside or sit outside with a craft cocktail in the Library Lounge. Either way, you’ll experience a menu that is second to none. Highlights include lobster tacos as well as a short rib grilled cheese prepared with roasted garlic aioli, beehive promontory cheddar, tomato and arugula. Fletcher’s opens at 5:30p.m. daily for dinner.
Get a taste of what Park City has to offer by visiting one of these hottest restaurants in the area right now.