Breakfast In Park City

Before you strap, click, or jump into your winter adventure, make sure you’ve had the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast is listed as one of the “Best Nutrition Tips.” The benefits are copious and include enhanced vitamins and minerals intake and improved brain function. Plus, a well-balanced breakfast is the best way to kick start your metabolism. So, head to one of these local options for a delicious breakfast in Park City.

THE BRIDGE CAFE & GRILL located by the Town Lift offers breakfast in Park City all day at one of the best outdoor patios. Try the delicious Brazuca Omelet or their famous Burrinho, a larger than life breakfast burrito, all wrapped up in a freshly made tortilla. The Bridge Café and Grill also serves espressos, teas, and local coffees.

SQUATTERS ROADHOUSE & GRILL serves breakfast in Park City until 3 PM each and every day. Located at 1900 Park Avenue, across from the PC Golf Course. Settle into a booth by the window for a beautiful view of the mountain. From pancakes and French toast, to country fried steak and eggs benedict, you will definitely leave here satisfied. Hint: order the Utah Scones as a “side” item to share with your crew.

At the top of Main is WASATCH BREW PUB. On the weekends, enjoy an eggs and champagne brunch along many other delicious breakfast options, like avocado toast, hot oatmeal or a breakfast burrito.  Be sure to “sample” their seasonally brewed Pumpkin Ale or Bobsled Brown Ale.  

If you are heading to Salt Lake to do some final holiday shopping, be sure to visit a local’s tradition, FELDMAN’S DELI at 2005 E 2700 South. This New York style delicatessen offers traditional Jewish and old-world specialties. Order such favorites as Corned Beed & Hash, Salami and Eggs, or Eggs Benny (fried eggs on Latke w/ham and sauce.)

Check out the Food & Drink Section of the current winter/spring issue of Mountain Express Magazine for a full directory of dining options in and around Park City.

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