169bThere’s always something sizzling on the Park City dining scene— from new restaurant openings, up and coming chefs, healthy menu changes, new catering and commercial kitchens, to numerous awards and celebrated local chefs appearing on national television. Locals and visitors can expect the menu of mealtime options to be always changing and growing.

Feldman’s Deli is a New York-style delicatessen offering a variety of traditional Jewish Deli sandwiches and European and old world specialties in a cafe setting, where New York chic meets ski chalet comfort. Enjoy award-winning authentic half-pound New York style sandwiches including: pastrami, corned beef, reubens, sloppy joes (like none other in Utah)— sliced fresh and made to order with sides, soups and appetizers. Boiled and baked bagels. Homemade entrees include Pierogi, Stuffed Cabbage, Chicken Paprikash, Kielbasa, Brisket and Bacon-wrapped Meat Loaf. Feldman’s Deli is also known for their Blintzes, Bialy’s, Chopped Liver, Smoked Whitefish Salad and Matzo Ball Soup. Be sure to come in for a Nosh!

170a2013 Best of Utah, City Weekly – Bagels
2013 Best of the Beehive, Salt Lake Magazine – Bagels, Knishes, Latkes 2013 Best 10 Dishes in Utah, Salt Lake Tribune – Sloppy Joe
2014 Salt Lake Magazine Dining Award – Best Lunch 2014 Best of Utah, City Weekly – Jewish Deli
2014 Best 10 Sandwiches in Utah, City Weekly – Corned Beef

Handle, on the corner of Swede Alley and Heber Avenue, serves small plates and entrées that are seasonally inspired and locally driven. Owner/Chef Briar Handly’s goal is to “give diner something familiar in an unexpected fashion,” such as Smoked Trout Sausage and sweet treats like Warm Caramel Pudding or Blueberry Tart with Sweet Marrow Powder. “The name ‘Handle’ is a play on my last name,” says Handly, “but I also want to emphasize crafting by hand, keeping food as simple and natural as possible.” Handle is open for dinner and Sunday brunch.

Chef Ryan Swarts, a veteran of Deer Valley’s Fireside Dining and Snow Park Lodge, together with Executive Chef Jodie Rodger, has opened The Brass Tag at the Lodges in Deer Valley. The name derives from Park City’s mining heritage—when miners headed into the shaft, they hung a brass tag on a hook. If a tag remained at the end of the shift, a search was initiated.

The Brass Tag serves Brick Oven Cuisine, but you won’t find lowly pizza on this menu. In classic Deer Valley style, guests enjoy inventive dishes like Tandoori Rubbed Quail, Brick Oven Shrimp Skillet and the House Cured Duck & Parma Proscuitto Flat Bread.

The Silver Star Café, a warm, rustic café featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” serves western influenced, home–style cooking using fresh natural foods. Continuing their commitment to healthy dining, owners Jeff and Lisa Ward eliminated products containing high-fructose corn syrup, replacing fountain sodas, condiments and other processed items with purer alternatives. “We are very selective about the integrity of our ingredients,” says Jeff, “and our kitchen is free of trans-fats, hydrogenated oils and now, HFCS.” Silver Star Café uses organic ketchup, old fashioned sodas and fruit juice infused carbonated waters. Its Park City Mountain Resort ski-in/ski-out location makes it an ideal place for lunch, dinner or après ski.

Fletcher’s, a new, casually upscale restaurant at 562 Main Street, invites guests to “Eat, Drink and Lounge.” The downstairs library, decorated with reclaimed wood, fireplaces and built-in bookshelves, is a great spot to enjoy signature cocktails and music. Chef Scott Boberek (formerly of Easy Street), serves American cuisine, using “familiar ingredients with a twist.” Small plates and entrées include Portobello Mushroom Carpaccio, grass- fed beef, Peanut Butter Salmon, and owner Steve Demerest’s favorite, Beef Wellington. For a special treat, reserve the Chef’s Table on the third floor.

DuMonde Gourmet is expanding, and fans of Chef Meryl van der Merwe’s healthy, gourmet cuisine will be excited to learn that in addition to her “Gourmet-to-Go or Platinum, Gold, Bronze catering and private chef options, they can also visit the new commercial kitchen and dining spot, Jaffiz™, located at 7182 Silver Creek Drive. “Jaffies are round, grilled sandwich pockets that originated in the 1950’s in South Africa,” says Chef Meryl. “Filled with globally inspired savory or sweet fillings, they’re a perfect way to introduce international cuisine like Hanoi’s Bahn Mi pulled pork or Babootie South African Lamb Curry.” She describes Jaffiz as a fast casual eatery with a retail area, a big communal table and counter stools where customers can come in for a quick bite.

The Grubsteak, a traditional steakhouse with country western simplicity, earned Trip Advisors’ Certificate of Excellence Award, receiving consistent outstanding travelers’ reviews for food, service, décor and catering.

Trip Advisor, the world’s largest online travel site, bestows this award on businesses that receive a rating of 4 or higher (out of 5), putting the Grubsteak in an exclusive category of the top ten percent of businesses worldwide. The Grubsteak features custom-aged steaks, fresh seafood, and a 45-item salad bar seven days a week.

At Riverhorse on Main, Chef/Owner Seth Adams offers “simple foods prepared in creative and unique ways.” His menu attracted the notice of NBC’s TODAY Show, where Adams was invited to whip up a sampling of Crab Cakes with Utah Sweet Corn and Avocado for the program’s kitchen segment. Other popular menu items include Macadamia Nut-Encrusted Alaskan Halibut, Buffalo Tartare and Rocky Mountain Rack of Lamb.

Riverhorse is one of only 152 restaurants world-wide to receive Forbes’ 4-Star rating, the first restaurant in Utah to win a DiRoNA award for
Achievement of Distinction in Dining, and also the recipient of AAA’s Four Diamond Awards.

Plan a Park City “Dine Around” soon! It’s like a non-stop holiday for foodies, a gourmet gift of good food and great times.

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