Park City and Deer Valley Restaurant Guide

Dining delights abound in this world-famous ski town.  Indeed, Park City, Utah boasts more restaurants per square foot than Paris, France!  Park City RestaurantsFar from the culinary wasteland the town may have been in the 1970's, Park City now supports over 100 year-round restaurants.  These dining options vary drastically in terms of style and price. 

You--the savvy traveler--can enjoy different epicurean delights every night of your stay if you know where to go.

There are reasonably-priced family-friendly options for a quick bite at the end of an exhilerating day, and budget-blowing food and wine adventures worthy of a night out on the town in New York, Los Angeles, or Las Vegas.

Utah's legendary and oft-misunderstood liquor laws haven't slowed the progress, as Park City is now a major destination for foodies and oenophiles. 

At last count, the Park City area now features 9 winners of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, with other excellent restaurants available in the Heber Valley and Salt Lake City.

Is Tonight's Park City Dining Spot an "Up and Comer" or an "Overpriced Has-Been?"

Years working as the Chief Concierge at a five-diamond hotel in Deer Valley earned me the unofficial title of "Mayor of Deer Valley."  After making thousands of reservations for customers at local eateries over the years, my knowledge of the restaurant scene in Park City and Deer Valley is perhaps unrivaled.  Here's what this Park City Concierge Quotemeans to you...

If you're wondering:

  •  Where should you spend your anniversary?
  •  Who serves the best game meats?
  •  Where is the freshest sushi?
  •  What place has the best ambiance?
  •  Who serves brunch?
  •  How do I get that prime table at the best New Year's Eve party?
  •  Which are the best restaurants in Park City for dining with kids?

Our local knowledge can spare you the indignity of a long wait at a sub par joint and instead deliver an experience that you will long remember.

These are the questions that only the Park City Guru can answer definitively, but you can do your own research and view menus at