New Cafe and Bakery in Park City

The innovative team behind Hearth & Hill has opened Hill’s Kitchen, just two doors down from their popular restaurant in Kimball Junction. This new cafe and bakery in Park City specializes in a fresh-made cafe menu, delicious takeaway options and a full catering service.  With the husband and wife team of Jordan Harvey, Executive Chef and Jessie Rae Naokeneczny, Executive Pastry Chef, you can definitely taste the creativity, care and commitment that goes into the entire menu. 

Hill’s Kitchen is open Monday through Saturday from 8 AM to 3 PM. If you’re a pastry lover, you will adore the raspberry cream cheese danish or monkey bread with cinnamon sugar and brown butter cream cheese frosting. All muffin addicts must try the blueberry, poppy seed & lemon muffin. 

With free parking available right outside their front door or in the covered parking garage, pop in for a quick grab and go option before heading to work or a scrumptious lunch take-out lunch. Or enjoy a leisurely treat and a cup of Doppio Macchiato or Matcha Tea Latte. This new cafe and bakery in Park City has an open and bright atmosphere and the freshly baked aroma pleasantly fills the air.

This new cafe and bakery in Park City is part of a restaurant group with a philosophy to “inspire its associates, thrill guests and enrich the community.” Since founding Hearth & Hill in 2018, owner, Brooks Kirchheimer, has been committed to his team and the local area. Part of this dedication includes the goal that his entire team feels appreciated and treated appropriately. All associates of Hearth & Hill and Hill’s Kitchen are provided a free meal during their shift and offered full benefits including a 401K. The group has also partnered with many local non-profits including EATS Park City which improves the health and well-being of local children and their families through food and nutrition advocacy. 

For more information about the team and full menu.

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