184There’s always something new cooking in the Park City dining scene. Whether it be new restaurant openings, up and coming chefs, healthy menu changes, or the explosion of Park City’s Mexican restaurants and dog friendly patios, locals and visitors can expect the menu options to be ever changing and delicious.


183a> NEW! The Pickle Jar is the new deli in town. Join us for breakfast, specialty sandwiches, and delicious house items including Latkes, Sweet and Sour Stuffed Cabbage, and Homemade Corned Beef Hash, and of course, pickles. Located on the corner of Deer Valley Drive with casual atmosphere and scenic views, come and relax on our patio!
1637 Shortline Road, Park City (behind Jans)

> Gold Creek Farms’ cheeses, soaps and lotions are handmade using milk and cream from the farms’ own Brown Swiss Cows. Head cheese- maker Fernando Chavez-Sandoval’s smoked parmesan has consistently placed at the top in both U.S. and international competitions. Gold Creek Farms’ selection is high in protein and a great source of calcium. www.goldcreekfarms.com

> Mangia Neapolitan Pizzeria brings heavenly, silky thin pizza crust and award winning pizza dough to Park City. Owner Robert Cooper’s focus on healthy eating and pure deliciousness is reflected in every slice of Mangia’s pizzas, with sauces made from the freshest, sun ripened, hand-picked tomatoes, and the added freshness of basil and other natural ingredients. 1300 Snow Creek Drive, Park City

> Canyons hosts the Park City Farmers Market beginning in June every Wednesday — rain or shine — from 12-6pm. Featuring everything from Native American Jewelry to Volker’s fresh bread, the market draws a large crowd of locals and tourists each week. Be sure to stop by for great local,
GMO-free food and products.

> The Wasatch Brew Pub, located at the top of Main, has been a local favorite since 1986. Stop in for brunch and enjoy delicious entrees featuring traditional favorites such as Eggs Benedict and New York Steak and Eggs, as well as mid-day mimosas and delicious hand crafted beer. Brunch served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 3 pm.
250 Main, Park City

> Gateway Grille, in beautiful Kamas, Gateway to the Uintas, offers one of the most amazing breakfasts around. For 15 years, Chef Sean Wharton has been creating delectable, gourmet breakfast foods. Take a scenic drive and check out their down home specials, traditional American fare, and delicious Mexican breakfast dishes. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy our beautiful patio.
215 South Main Street, Kamas

> Heber Valley Artisan Cheese and Kohler Creamery has supplied the Heber Valley and Park City areas with some of the finest quality cheese and milk for years. Heber Valley Artisan Cheese is truly a local producer, employing its four-generation family to produce the freshest ingredients for their delicious renowned artisan cheeses and hard-to-find raw milks. 920 River Road, Midway

> Park Meadows Country Club. The best private dining experience in Park City is now available to you with a Park Meadows Dining
Membership. If you’re looking for an unhurried setting, superb service, excellent cuisine and relaxing, panoramic mountain views of all three Park City ski resorts, Park Meadows provides them all. Park Meadows Country Club is also the winner of the Best of State Award for private club fine dining 2014-2015. With casual and fine dining available year round, Executive Chef Chris Sheehan prepares regionally-inspired seasonal menus using locally-sourced and sustainable products.
2000 Meadows Drive, Park City


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