Owned by a former chef of several Park City resorts, this wonderful restaurant is perfect for casual meals and for more elaborate dining. You'll find a fascinating cross-section of patrons, everyone from teenagers and farmers to businesspeople and wealthy vacationers. If you're in the mood for a burger, there's a goodly array, and if you want more gourmet fare, that's a constant as well. The cuisine pulls from a slew of inspirations, meaning that you'll find everything from a smoked mako appetizer to mesquite-grilled quail salad to fusilli with puttanesca sauce. Other notable entrees include soy-glazed Chilean sea bass with warm ginger butter, New Zealand rack of lamb, veal piccata, and grilled tenderloin with a burgundy glaze. Pastas, desserts, and affordable wines are also available. A 10-minute drive from Park City.
At this small shop, cows rule. The merchandise carries them, and the beverages honor them (try an iced "cow"puccino!). The whole place is bovine-oriented, in fact, including the t-shirts, greeting cards, and gifts. Plus, the entire shop smells like freshly baked waffle cones, so it's far from bad. To fill these crunchy cones, there's an array of yummy ice creams. Among the flavors you'll find are Wowie Cowie, Cowrispy Crunch, and Chocolate Monster Vanilla Swiss Almond Brownie Explosion. Are you man (or cow) enough to handle one?
For a quick bite in the midst of a busy day, this deli is a good bet. Sandwiches top the list of options, and there are so many that you're sure to find one to hit the spot. Reliable standards include the turkey club, the BLT, egg salad, and ham and Swiss. You'll also find reubens, Philly cheese steaks, gyros, bratwurst, and even liverwurst. Chicken sandwiches and burgers (beef and veggie) are also available, and fish and chips will satisfy even the most demanding appetites. Soups and salads are ideal for light eaters, and if you crave something sweet, there's everything from fruit smoothies and frozen yogurt to New York cheesecake and Snickers bar pie.
This small curry restaurant has taken the reins from Off Main Cafe & Bakery but kept the former place's breakfast menu. If you're in the mood for well-prepared foods, you'll certainly be pleased by their offerings. A variety of baked goods is available, including pastries, muffins, and scones. Accompany them with a hot cup of coffee, and you have a terrific snack to tide you over or to give you added energy for an afternoon of fun. If you want something more substantial, they serve omelets, pancakes, bacon and eggs, and breakfast sandwiches.
As the name indicates, this restaurant's decor and ambience are reminiscent of a cabin, albeit an upscale, well-decorated one. The softly lit space even sports replicas of trees, adding a rustic, whimsical note to the environment. The menu pays tribute to the foods and preparations of the West, featuring mesquite grilled pork tenderloin, rosemary-roasted rack of Colorado lamb, and barbecued Alaskan salmon. You'll also find venison, Angus beef, chicken, pasta, and a selection of vegetarian dishes. The seasonal menu makes the most of what's freshest at the moment, tempting diners with top-notch cuisine that's perfect after a day on the slopes. The adjacent bar offers live music and a wider range of beverages but does require a membership (unlike the restaurant).
From its station high in the mountains, this elegant establishment presents some of the area's best cuisine. The dining area sports Country French chairs, a blazing stone fireplace, and a soothing color scheme of rose and green. Sunday's brunch buffet is one of the restaurant's most celebrated offerings. This extravaganza provides a wealth of treats and also features live jazz for diners' pleasure. Along with traditional breakfast items, the buffet includes a carving station, several hot entrees, a variety of salads and starches, shrimp, crab claws, salmon, fresh fruit, and pastries.