Where to Dine in Park City, Utah

Park City welcomes skiers and snowboarders year after year. While the town’s known for its powdery slopes, its restaurant scene is just as noteworthy. Journalist Amber Gibson shares 4 Park City restaurants to dine at during your next Utah winter vacation.

Wooden ski lodge surrounded by snow and the woods.

High West Distillery and Refectory Restaurant

It’s a 20-minute drive outside downtown Park City, but a visit to High West Distillery between the Wasatch and Uinta mountains is certainly worth it for whiskey lovers. After touring the copper stills, grab a table at the adjacent restaurant, with a rusted metal and dark wood design inspired by Park City’s mining heritage. Pair bison burgers and pozole with barrel-aged cocktails and Rocky Mountain views.

Red outdoor chairs next to a fireplace surrounded by snow and a ski slope.

The Vintage Room at The St. Regis Deer Valley

Brand new this winter, the completely clear champagne house at St. Regis Deer Valley features a 30-foot long wooden bar, massive deck with daily live music and a VIP area for bottle service with custom-made wooden furniture. Ski right up from Deer Hollow Run and enjoy bubbles paired with fresh shucked oysters or warm up with a piping hot bowl of clam chowder.

Inside of a restaurant with gray tables and chairs. In the middle there is a chandelier made up of glass orbs.

Riverhorse on Main

Located in Park City’s renovated Masonic Hall on the busiest stretch of Main Street, Riverhorse on Main has a buzzy, urban vibe with regular live music accompanying elevated American comfort food like the trio of wild game that’s one of chef/owner Seth Adams’ signature dishes. Natural light streams in from the atrium skylights and 10 slender aspen trees add outdoor elegance with their beautiful white bark.

Wooden table with tan and white plates that have different types of food on them.


Tupelo’s brand-new location recreates the atmosphere of a Southern manor library, with warm woods and rich leather. A wrap-around deck offers plentiful outdoor dining in warmer months and in winter.

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