In Mid-2015, Whole Foods Market announced plans to build a flagship mountain store in Park City’s Kimball Junction. The 40,000-square-foot store, scheduled to open in early 2017 will feature its own taproom and pub. Customized for the Park City community, local beer and wine will be on tap along with fast casual dining in the pub.

Keeping with the mountain mindset focusing on hospitality, this concept store will include a fresh-pressed-juice bar and concierge program.

With the new store on Landmark Drive, Whole Foods Market will employ a total of 140 team members committed to providing healthy and delicious foods.

A new farm to counter restaurant has sailed into Kimball Junction and they want to take you on a voyage of taste and discovery. At the new Vessel Kitchen, they believe good food and healthy choices are good for your body.Fueling all your daily travels and adventures; Vessel Kitchen invests in quality farm fresh products to create unique dishes with fresh bold flavors you’re sure to enjoy.

Since 1992, Fairweather Natural Foods has been a hidden gem and local favorite in the Iron Horse District of Park City. From handwritten inspiration quotes on the whiteboard in the kitchen to sumptuous soups served with a smile, Fairweather is filled with an eclectic mix of customers and staff.

Under the direction of owner, Jenn Rattray, the staff at Fairweather supports shoppers with comprehensive information on healthy living. Fairweather provides nourishment for both body and soul.

The café serves fresh smoothies, made-to-order salads, and wheat grass shots. The store is filled with supplements, snacks, homemade pastries, and natural skin products.

To make something great ta time, care, and passion — a Ritual that is repeated over and over for greatest effect. On 100-year-old equipment in their mountain town factory, Ritual Chocolate invites your taste buds to indulge in the product of their passion.
For factory tours and a taste go to ritualchocolate.com.

What I want to do is find what we need in town,” says restauranteur Allan Galeano. Providing the missing ingredient in Bonanza area, Galeano and the Bon Chef Efrain Carrasco have opened Momo Haiku Noodle Shop, serving Bahn Mi and over 15 affordable, healthy Asian noodle bowls like Ramen and Pho in their new 50 seat eatery.

Tucked inside the DoubleTree by Hilton Park City is a hidden dining gem. With cozy fireside seating and floor to ceiling windows your dining experience pairs magnificent views with a sensational seasonal menu. With an unexpected twist on classical dishes, the Chef has created a menu that is casual and family friendly, but by no means basic.
With locals exploring and sharing their new favorite dining spot, this gem won’t stay hidden much longer.

The Eating Establishment holds the honor of being the oldest full service restaurant in Park City. Now sharing the same ownership as the eclectic Bar-X in Salt Lake City. The recent renovations have brought the same old-time speakeasy feel of Salt Lake’s Bar-X to a Park City Classic. Along with the recent renovations has come a fresh new menu that continues to offer long time local favorites and fresh new options for the entire family.

The excitement of impending snow and the thrill of fresh powder can’t drown out the sorrows Parkites feel each year as the farmer’s market closes and the Freshies Lobster Co., food truck packs it up for another season. This year we can all be soothed by the excitement of the newly opened Freshies Lobster’s Co., four season café! A fast-casual café where you can get a fresh taste of Maine with lobster salads, sandwiches, classic soups, and salads. Stop in for lunch or dinner and be sure to check out the fresh market case for grab-n-go take home items and Live Maine Lobster.

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