Eat Around Town – Fun Places to Explore
Adolph Imboden shares his passion for skiing history and authentic Swiss cuisine at Adolph’s Restaurant. Bundnerfleisch, Raclette, and “World Famous” Wienerschnitzel are year-round favorites, and summer is the perfect time to enjoy Adolph’s outdoor patio and his traditional Beef Bourguignon Fondue or classic Cheese Fondue made with imported Swiss cheeses.
1500 Kearns Blvd., Park City | 435-649-7177
Voted “one of Park City’s Best Breakfast Restaurants,” the Bridge Café at the Town Lift offers fantastic views, a large patio and tasty, Brazilian-infl uenced American food. Order breakfast all day, or opt for salads, sandwiches, or specialties like “Moquea Baiana,” a stew of fish, shrimp, mussels and baby clams in a tomato/coconut broth.
825 Main St., suite 201 (upper deck), Park City 435-658-5451
Butcher’s Chop House, a locals’ favorite since 2003, offers comfortably priced steaks, sea-food, chops, salads and a kid-friendly menu. Enjoy lunch, dinner, cocktails and summer sunsets and mountain views on their spacious patio at the T owls will also love their late-night menu served until 12am.
751 Lower Main St., Park City | 435-647-0040
Drafts Burger Bar, winner of “Best of State” for “Best American Pub” and “Best Gourmet Burger,” features 50+ beers, specialty cocktails, and amazing burgers like the “Vote for Pedro,” the “Blue Moo” and “Land of the Rising Bun.” Located at Canyons base area, it’s a great apres-hiking hangout.
3000 Canyons Resort Dr., Park City | 435-655-2270
Family-owned and operated Este Pizzeria puts love into every-thing they serve—from homemade and hand-tossed dough to fresh high-quality ingredients. It’s been called “Hands-down, the best New York style pizza in town.” Come taste for yourself and enjoy classic or custom pizzas on a quiet pet-friendly patio in Prospector Square.
1781 Sidewinder Dr., suite #1, Park City | 435-731-8970
Go crazy for Mexican cuisine and award-winning Margaritas at Loco Lizard, a locals’ favorite family-friendly eatery. Enjoy sizzling fajitas, traditional tacos, burritos and enchiladas, and complex moles or spicy “Camorones del Fuego.” Relax on their covered patio or sit inside and catch your team’s sports events on large screen TVs.
1612 Ute Blvd., Park City | 435-645-7000
Timpanogos views and fabulous cosmopolitan fare are on the menu at Midway Mercantile, Midway’s newest restaurant. Chef/Owner John Platt’s “Hearth-to-Table” cuisine ranges from internationally-inspired starters like “Coconut Bathed Mussels &Clams” and “beet Muhammara Dip,” to comforting pub fare and testy entrees like Campfire Idaho Trout. Follow up with Pear Cinger Pie.
99 W. Main St., Midway | 435-315-4151
Riverhorse Provisions, a specialty market and coffee shop on upper Main Street features the culinary excellence of top- rated restaurant, Riverhorse on Main. “Grab & Go” items like
the Seafood Cobb Salad, Charcuterie platters, prepared entrees, and a variety of wraps/sandwiches are a perfect pick-up for concert goers or cozy stay-at-home dinners.
221 Main St., Park City | 435-649-0799
Get your Tex-Mex fix at Spur Bar & Grill’s “Taco Tuesdays,” or grab seats on their heated deck and wolf down the best wings in town! Drop in for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or sip signature cocktails made with their very own Spur Whiskey while listening to live music nightly.
352 Main St., Park City | 435-615-1618
Everyone from non-drinkers to beer beginners, beer enthusiasts to hard core beer geeks, will love Wasatch Brew Pub. Brunch menu items like Brigham’s Brew French Toast, hearty Huevos
Rancheros, classic burgers, Super-food Beet Salad and Wasatch Fish & Chips, served on their dog-friendly patio, earned it “Best Brunch on Main Street.”
250 Main St., Park City | 435-649-0900