Whether you are picking up take out or dining in, sit and sip an Asian-inspired cocktail custom created by master chef, Wendy Kuo, and mixologist, Elyse Evans, at Szechwan Chinese Kitchen.

The recently renovated restaurant and bar is inviting. Kuo mixes her own unique blends for local favorites like The Park City Mule along with customized cocktails including The Red Lotus.

Renowned as the best Chinese restaurant in Utah, Kuo insists on top shelf ingredients for both the bar and the kitchen. Her talent as a chef transfers to the bar with a wondrous assortment of spices, syrups and spirits.

Park City locals, Katie Babcock and Grace McGowan, have recently reopened Main Street Deli now Main Street Deli and Eatery with a fresh twist. Keeping the Historic façade, they are creating a new bright interior and a fresh menu. Featuring breakfast all day, gourmet sandwiches, salad bar, homemade soups and more. If visiting from out of town, you’ll be relieved to find the essentials you left behind without venturing off Main Street. Stop in to share in the excitement this change brings to a longtime local favorite.

The Marsh family have been listening to the growing chorus of voices from their loyal and satisfied guests at 501 On Main, resulting in the crafting of a brand-new restaurant off main. Building on the foundation and success of 501 on Main; their new restaurant adventure, Crafted, has been designed to embraced traditional American cuisine while offering seasonal selections for guests with food sensitive pallets. Th e menu selection will range from a signature California Caprese to a sumptuous Tomato Basil Bisque from Gluten Free Fried Chicken to a savory Steak & Frites. Craft ed also offers an exclamation point of healthy and delectable desserts from A (Apple Pecan Bread Pudding) to V (Vegan Brule) that you are sure to enjoy.

Old and new fans alike will cheer for their favorite authentic Mexican cuisine when Park City favorite, El Chubasco, opens its fi rst Salt Lake City location at the Vivant Smart Home Arena. Bringing fans, the flavors it has been dishing out in Park City for 20 years, the biggest burritos and the best chile rellenos this side of the Rio Grande will now share the spotlight with the Utah Jazz and major entertainment headliners.

At the new Park City Whole Foods Market, organic fruits and vegetables, specialty provisions and multiple dining options are just the tip of the culinary experience. The new store is 20,000 square feet larger than its previous location, allowing for incredible amenities like a taproom restaurant with 24 local beers on tap and wine by the glass, a ramen bar, ceviche and poke stand, onsite chocolatier serving handcraft ed, small-batch drinking chocolates, and a self-servedcold-pressed juice station. Open from 8 AM to 10 PM daily with easy access on the Park City free bus route.

With an authentic experience and traditional menu that incorporates old world recipes, Kris Cappaert and Ed Primosic are proud to be celebrating 20 years as a Park City favorite. Based on generations-old Aztec recipes Chef Manuel Castillo has been cooking up some of the most mouthwatering Mexican food for nearly the entire 20 years the Blue Iguana has been open. Known for their Moles and smoky Chile Verde this season they will be featuring some new Paella dishes with unique saff ron spices selected especially for their Park City guests.

With a moderately priced menu and hearty wine list, Café Trio spent the summer winning over the hearts and palates of the Park City community. Providing a friendly haven for locals, everyone can experience great service and quality food at an affordable price in a smart contemporary setting. Café Trio serves lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Or, order their Family Meals to go—the perfect solution for busy Parkites or sapped skiers who just want to cozy at home by the fire aft er a long day.

Previous articleOut & About Dining
Next articleMangiamo! – Let’s Eat!