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Hang a left in Waldorf Astoria Park City's lobby, just past the family of European skiers warming up by the fire, and you'll enter Talisker Restaurant Collection's latest gem: Slopes. Here you'll g... read more
Sadly, not a Tom Cruise-owned feudal-Japanese place. Teppanyaki, not tyranny. Hibachi restaurants are funny—where else is shrimp-down-the-blouse considered not only not a felony, but an agree... read more
Park City-style Sushi (read: inauthentic, heavily dressed, really good) in prime downtown, Main Street location. A few specialties that'll surprise (mussel shooters, for example) but if you frequen... read more
You should be at World Yogurt. Other, more satisfied people than you already are. And they are being satisfied as only cold, cold, perfect, crazy, exotic Asian-style frozen yogurt can. Southeastern... read more
At first glance, Flippin’ Burgers might seem like the kind of place you see in glossy magazine spots with models who neither eat meat nor have the same reference point for “special sauc... read more
Gourmet soup joints are to culinary hotspots like teeth to a shark—popping up everywhere. Park City isn’t any different. But while most so-called gourmet souperies are just a lot of the... read more
Park City’s newest and most resoundingly authentic Middle Eastern hole-in-the-wall. Situated outside the city proper in Kimball’s Junction, Reef’s is an oasis of no-haught dining,... read more
Independent used books and a bar—you were looking for something else? The most attractive bookstore in Park City, knowledgably staffed, very open to the three-hour-sit. Think classics and tra... read more
Jean Louis grew up in Normandy, France, near Utah Beach. Apparently, dude couldn't wait to get to the other Utah—at 16 he graduates from culinary school, high-tails it to Marrakesh, stints in... read more
As with most things in Park City, Squatters migrated. Like its sibling rival, Redrook Brewery, Squatters began life as a jam-packed Salt Lake brewery-that-could. The lessons learned in the crucible... read more
Longtime Park City restaurant guy Travis Axtell (of The Café Terigo Axtells) renovates an old 1895 telephone building on Main Street for a new restaurant. The result is American West heritag... read more
Post-resort pesto, comfy coffee, sandwiches worth taking off the skiboots. One of a breed of small, local, independent cafés that cater to the reasonable tourist/earnest full-timer. Upscale ... read more
Hapa is at the head of a new class of Park City restaurants that cater to younger, thriftier, foodier locals than previous generations. Fast, fresh, clean in both experience and design, these resta... read more
For whatever reason, sushi in Park City is like vanilla ice cream at a creamery—the standard by which everything else is judged. Parkites are fanatical about their fish, and with competition ... read more
Not to beat a dead seahorse, but raw fish in Park City equals good-money play. Park City Sushi Sensei Mikey Aguilar teams up with O’Shucks ninjas to take down other haughty Sushi dynasties. L... read more
Red Rock, Squatters and Wasatch are the rival siblings of the Park City Brew Pub family. And like any family that you don’t belong to, the kids all kind of look the same. Same deal here: peop... read more
Texas BBQ, meet Park City Main Street. Like all good love stories, the one involves folks from opposite sides of the tracks: a slow n’ low, spice-rubin’ cowboy type meets a mountain hei... read more
Location alone keeps some places alive. Case in point, Fiore. Main Street address lures eaters with false promise of fireworks, proficient-but-hollow Italian-facsimile fare follows. And yet the joi... read more
For all its dressed-up absurdity, Park City still manages to do some simple things really, really well. Pizza happens to be one of them. And few places in town do pie the kind of justice it's done ... read more
Hang a left in Waldorf Astoria Park City's lobby, just past the fam...
The new kid in town when it comes to clubs. Less haughty, less vel...
Sadly, not a Tom Cruise-owned feudal-Japanese place. Teppanyaki, no...
Park City-style Sushi (read: inauthentic, heavily dressed, really g...
You should be at World Yogurt. Other, more satisfied people than yo...