park city dining sceneOLD WEST TREASURE
Cowboys and cowgirls delight, Heber Valley now has a true steakhouse, The Hideout Steakhouse. With their trademarked “steak on a stone,” your choice cut comes sizzling to your table where you cook the steak to your preference. We suggest starting off with tomato and fresh mozzarella caprese, then choosing the fresh filet that suits your taste. Add a “sidekick” of Dad’s Baked Beans or Cinnamon Apples. Mosey in and enjoy a great steak in a classic old west setting.

It’s name describes it perfectly—Thai So Good. Fresh and homemade, this Thai restaurant located in Kimball Junction, is the ideal choice for lunch or dinner. With dine-in, take-out or delivery, you can satisfy your Thai craving any day of the week. From curry dumplings, to tom yum (hot and sour soup,) to panang curry, your appetite will be delighted.

This chic café serves traditional Jewish deli eats such as sandwiches, bagels and knishes. You will be impressed by the large portions and huge selection. The bread is fresh, moist and stretchy and the meat is flavorful and juicy. From the first bite, you will become addicted to Feldman’s Deli located at 2005 East 2700 South in Salt Lake City. Come in for a nosh.

Bartolo’s is an one-of-a-kind experience. Th e comfortable and inviting atmosphere makes you feel at home. With their hand-made pastas, tasty sauces and fresh coffee brews, this new Italian inspired restaurant is un-matched. Located in Newpark, you will fi nd plenty of parking and easy access. Stop in today and let owner Alex Bartolo feed you like family.

As you walk through the door, expect to be greeted with a big smile. Th e staff is always friendly, the service exceptional and the food is delicious. Once you try the slippery shrimp or handmade sushi rolls, you will understand why Full House Asian Bistro has won Park City’s Choice for Best Asian restaurant 4 years in a row. Not only perfect for dinner, they have great lunch specials for only $10. Open 7 days a week, no reservation required.

Five5eeds brings the Australian foodie culture to Park City. Owner’s Andrew and Tiff any Percy have created a menu of great food and serious coffee selections. Breakfast is served all day with favorites like vegetarian benedict and smashed avo on toast. Stop by aft er 11 am for a lunch of rojo Mexican tacos or a roasted cauliflower salad. Bring your little one and let him/her order from the kid’s menu of hotcakes, eggs or a burger. Conveniently located at the Snow Creek Shopping Center, this place is a popular local’s favorite.

Located on the edge of Kamas you will find the Notch Pub. Th is old west log cabin is situated at the foothills of the Uintas, making it the perfect place for those adventurers who have spent an exciting day in the mountains. Stop in and unwind on the large patio with a wide selection of food and drinks. Open every day come watch the game on the bar TV’s, shoot some pool and enjoy live music on the weekends.

One of the newest establishments to the picturesque town of Midway is The Corner Restaurant. Owner’s John and Carl Probst are continuing the legacy that runs throughout the community of making new memories over delicious food. Enjoy a watermelon salad with feta and honey vinaigrette on their patio while appreciating the mountain views. This eclectic eatery has something for everyone with a lunch, dinner, and kids’ menu available.