As a fresh addition to Park City’s dining scene, Kimball Junction’s Hearth and Hill features local and internationally-inspired specialties in an upscale, casual atmosphere. The dream of capturing the community’s spirit, cuisine and culture is now a reality for Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer, for whom Executive Chef Jordan Harvey has translated the vision of an inventive, family-friendly menu. Guests savor Utah trout, ramen, burgers and Korean fried chicken, among numerous shareables, sandwiches, salads, sides, entrees and desserts, while sipping a signature Old-Fashioned from the full bar. Live music and fireplaces create a warm setting, complemented by easy parking and take-out service.

Full House Asian Bistro features Chinese and Japanese cuisine as well as a sushi bar. Winner of “Park City’s Best Asian Restaurant” three years in a row, Full House is open for lunch and dinner. Bento boxes and a host of sushi and Chinese and Japanese lunch specials are reasonably priced combos that include Crab Wontons or a choice of soups and a choice of ice along with entrees like Moo Goo Gai Pan, Buddha’s Feast, and Fish Fillet with Mixed Vegetables. Dine in or take out.

Located at 412 Main Street in Park City, Crystal Park Cantina is the place to go for a reasonably-priced family friendly menu, serving classic Mexican favorites and unique items like the Chile Relleno served Chimichanga-style and Sweet Potato Nachos with Chorizo for appetizers. Try the Portobello Spinach and Cheese Enchiladas with a choice of Tomatillo Alfredo, Red Mole or Pork Green Chile sauces, or a Chilean Empanada—a triangle shaped turnover filled with spiced ground beef, olives, raisins, hard-boiled eggs, pine nuts, saffron rice, beans and cheese. A large cocktail menu features specialty margaritas, signature cocktails, beer and wine.

Visit one of Clockwork Café locations, and not only will you find great soups, salads, sandwiches and wraps, you’ll be heartily welcomed and treated like family. “I love what I do, and I love my faithful clientele,” says owner Ben Farquharson. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the café’s Tri-tip Chili, French Dip Sandwiches and the BBQ/Buffalo Chicken Wrap prepared with freshly roasted chicken and house-made buffalo barbeque sauce, are crowd favorites. Ben aims to please—all wraps can be made vegetarian, and he’ll happily accommodate Gluten-free, Vegan and other special dietary needs. Catering services are also available.

Get a dose of sunshine and a taste of the freshest, most authentic Jamaican food in Utah! 11 Hauz owners Sheron and Errol Grant and their three daughters fi ll their small space with a happy vibe and hearty dishes made from recipes handed down from Sheron’s grandmother. Guests are treated like family and enjoy flavorful dishes like classic Jerk Chicken, Salmon Jerk or Rasta Pasta—penne pasta served in a velvety coconut Parmesan cream sauce. Enjoy weekly specials like Jamaican Treasure, fresh whole Caribbean Snapper or Ackee & Saltfish Jamaican national dish made with salt fish, fruit, onions and peppers.

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True to their motto, “Eat Well, Live Simply, Laugh Oft en,” Element Kitchen & Bakery is your one-stop shop for a healthful, organic single “grab-n-go” meal or “stock-your-fridge” components, including options for Gluten-free, Paleo, Dairy-free, Keto, Vegan and just plain delicious. Everything is house-made and organic, and their “Culinary Concierge” service can stock the refrigerator before you arrive, making vacation meal-planning seamless and savory. In addition to the full bakery, coffee and cozy café at their Snow Creek Plaza location, owners Lucy Block and Chef Sebastian Silbereis provide hot drop off or private chef services in your home.

Kuchu means “Mid-air” in Japanese and ‘Shabu Shabu” is a style of Japanese cooking, similar to Hot Pot, like fresh healthy Japanese fondue. At Kuchu Shabu, Chris Liu and his partners describe their atmosphere as “Mountain Sports meets Rustic Park City,” with skiing, mountain biking and other action sports on tv’s, energetic alternative music, and new gear from Armada, NeverSummer, Rossignol lining the walls. Th e restaurant’s founders have spent a combined 40+ years in Japan and Singapore studying Asian cuisine. Try one of their Kuchu Bowls or create your own—pick a protein, pick a broth and let the good times roll!

State Road Tavern is located in the DeJoria Center and features Chef Ernesto Rocha. Chef Rocha is somewhat of a legend with his name being linked to some exceptional menus in Park City. His cooking style is known for infusing unique fl avors into traditional American dishes, giving them an incredibly tasty twist. Whether you prefer a salmon BLT, sushi-style tuna tacos or a traditional bone-in ribeye, there is something for everyone. Come join them for some amazing food, stunning views and a good time!

Whether you’re dining, getting take-out or ordering delivery, Tarahumara (named aft er the native people of Chihuahua, Mexico) offers some of the best traditional Mexican food in Midway. Featuring a predominately Northern Mexican menu of Tortas, Enchiladas and Tamales, specialty items include Wild White Mexican Shrimp with Tequila/Orange sauce and a salsa bar boasts over 20 house-made salsas. Enjoy a delicious margarita, beer, wine or Jarritos soda with dinner.

At The Old Goat, Executive Chef Ryan Estel has taken his lifelong passion for food and reimagined a classic take on American cuisine. With its casual family-friendly environment, this neighborhood eatery is a wonderful addition to the Heber Valley. Stop in and introduce yourself to Chef Estel, his wife April, or Sous Chef Luis Posada. Be sure to try the Not Your Momma’s Meatloaf or Teddy’s Ribeye and let the little ones delight in the Babe (slow roasted pork sliders) or Th e Birdy (grilled PB&J). Th e Old Goat is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.

Thai So Good, a new restaurant next to the Kimball Junction post office, is a convenient gathering place for locals and visitors, and their extensive menu is sure to satisfy. Try the Tofu Satay, Shrimp Balls or the Curry Dumplings for tasty starters. Traditional Th ai salads—think “Som Tum” or Papaya Salad—and soups like Hot and Sour Seafood Combination Soup are off ered, as well as classic Pad Th ai and other noodle and rice dishes. Broaden your taste for Th ai with chef specials like Green Curry Pasta or Crying Tiger—grilled Rib-eye with spicy roasted rice and tamarind sauce. Dine In or Take Out.

Gateway Grille is getting a facelift . New owner Shane Baird, a restaurant consultant and an old hand at opening restaurants for St. Regis / Marriott is going to retain the local feel. Updating the interior to be fresh and highlighting local artists’ works. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the family-friendly menu focuses on seasonal specialties like Cedar-Planked Trout, Venison Chop, Elk Chili, Buffalo Burgers. Th ey also off ers a selection of craft beer and wines. It’s eclectic mountain dining at Gateway Grille.

Tekila Mexican Grill & Cantina, in the Treasure Mountain Inn, serves authentic Mexican cuisine with something for everyone. Picositos—grilled jalapenos stuff ed with shrimp, cream cheese and wrapped with bacon, are a fun appetizer, and the Alambres—tender sautéed Flap Meat with Chorizo, bacon, bell peppers, onions, jalapenos and melted cheese or the Molcajete—grilled steak, shrimp and chicken simmered in green tomatillo sauce with nopales, scallions, queso fresco and Chile Toreado satisfy cravings for hearty Mexican fare. For lighter entrees, try Superfood Berry Salad, Popeye’s Enchiladas with spinach and mushrooms, or the Street-Style Tacos with yummy avocado salsa.