As Summit County continues to reopen, so do beloved and popular restaurants in Park City. Now that dining at establishments is once again allowed, you can give your kitchen a break.
Head to these restaurants in town for an enjoyable meal you don’t have to prep for.
Blind Dog – 1251 Kearns Boulevard, Park City, UT
If you want the freshest seafood in all of Park City, reserve a table at Blind Dog. A 21-year-old veteran of the Park City restaurant scene, Blind Dog is popular among locals for serving delicious East Coast-style seafood in a casual setting.
Under Chef Penn Kinsey, the restaurant keeps its diners happy with fresh shucked oysters, sushi, and pan-roasted shellfish. The bar is well-stocked with beers, wines, and cocktails to drink with your meal. The restaurant also runs specials on certain days of the week. Stop by on Saturday, for instance, if you’re craving Maine lobster and corn on the cob.
Buona Vita – 804 Main Street, #101, Park City, UT
Comfortable, classic, and generous are just a few adjectives that describe Buona Vita. This family-owned Italian restaurant in Old Town is the ideal setting for a cozy dinner with your family or a partner
Authentic fare is served in generous portions at Buona Vita. Locals speak fondly of the wood-fired four cheese pizza, garlic bread, salmon piccata, and chicken primavera. Round off your meal with a glass of wine and a slice of tiramisu.
Chimayo – 368 Main Street, Park City, UT
Walking into Chimayo feels like teleporting to Mexico. Its patterned tile floors and walls, wooden pillars, and wrought iron detailing looks right at home south of the border. It’s the perfect atmosphere for enjoying an intimate dinner of southwestern and Mexican dishes.
Prepared using French cooking techniques, duck enchiladas, stuffed avocados, and seared trout fajitas travel from the kitchen to your table on beautifully styled plates. Margarita lovers can imbibe five versions of their favorite drink. (The house margarita is highly recommended.) The restaurant also stocks a wide range of Spanish and New World wines.
Harvest – 820 Park Avenue, Park City, UT
Vegetarians and vegans will love the creative and flavorful dishes at Harvest. The small cafe has a great variety of vegetarian- and vegan-friendly options and centers its menu around seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.
Though it only stays open for breakfast and lunch, the cafe is a popular spot for locals looking for a satisfying and healthful meal. Not sure what to order? Try the Buddha Bowl or the Savory Toast for a filling meal and the Acai Bowl for a lighter one. The coffee — and the latte in particular — receives high praises.
Powder at Waldorf Astoria – 2100 Frostwood Drive, Park City, UT
This hotel restaurant in the Wasatch Mountains is a popular après-ski destination for its proximity to Park City Mountain Resort. When it’s not winter, Powder is a fine dining destination for diners searching for flavorful contemporary American cuisine.
The seasonal menu of globally inspired dishes is built on locally sourced ingredients. Guests can opt for frittatas, smoothies, or a continental breakfast in the morning. Unique and decadent dishes like heirloom tomato and burrata salad, duck carbonara, strawberry-peach gazpacho, and lobster agnolotti become available for lunch and dinner.
Since its management is still adjusting to reopening, Powder’s restaurant area is only open for breakfast. Lunch and dinner patrons enjoy their meals on the outdoor patio by the hotel’s pool.
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