It’s that time of year again! With the ski season officially wrapped and spring underway, a number of Park City businesses temporarily close for the season, making it a challenge to know which restaurants are still open. To help both Park City locals and visitors, we’ve collected a list of the top restaurants that remain open for business during the spring season.
The Glitretind Restaurant: Conveniently located right in the Lodge, the Glitretind Restaurant offers guests Four-Star, award-winning dining that features the freshest ingredients possible. Right now, you can buy one entrée at The Glitretind and get the second for equal or lesser value for free. Learn more here. To make a reservation, please call the Host Stand at (435) 645-6455.
The Brass Tag: Experience modern American dishes in an elegant yet casual setting at The Brass Tag. For more information, call (435) 615-2410.
Sushi Blue: Satisfy your sushi craving at Sushi Blue, a contemporary restaurant that was recently voted “Park City’s Best Sushi.” For more information, please call (435) 575-4272.
Squatters: One of Park City’s famous microbreweries, Squatters offers a relaxed atmosphere with locally brewed beer and classic pub food. For more information, please call (435) 649-9868.
Wahso: At Wahso, patrons experience a unique combination of Asian dishes with a French cuisine twist. For more information, please call (435) 615-0300.
Wasatch Brew Pub: Located on Historic Main Street, Wasatch Brew Pub features uniquely crafted beers coupled with American pub grub in a warm and energetic atmosphere. For more information, please call (435) 649-0900.
Zoom: Known for its unique American dishes and fine wine, Robert Redford’s famous Zoom restaurant on Historic Main Street will be closing their doors permanently after Saturday, April 29. 2017. Don’t miss out on your chance to get a final taste of this Park City tradition. For more information, please call (435) 649-9108.
Spring is in full swing in Park City, and with the bluebird days and warm sun comes a long list of exciting attractions and local events to experience.
During spring skiing, après-ski starts to really heat up. Sunnier days call for warmer temperatures, which is the ideal setting for a fireside drink on the deck, overlooking our beautiful Deer Valley backdrop. Don’t miss out on the last couple of weeks of this beloved ski tradition, completely enhanced by the spring season. More details available here.
Utah Olympic Park
Utah Olympic Park has a variety of year-round activities and attractions to experience. Browse the two on-site museums, challenge yourself to a physical adventure course or delve into Utah’s Olympic and ski history with a guided tour. As the snow melts, a myriad of outdoor activities become available, including the alpine slide, zip line and drop tower. For more information, please contact the Utah Olympic Park at (435) 658-4200.
High West Distillery
When it comes to local gems, there’s nothing quite like High West Distillery. Founded here in Park City in 2004, High West quickly became one of the most recognized and relished brands in the country. The distillery offers patrons exclusive behind-the-scenes access with education whiskey tasting, guided tours and pairings with exceptional dishes, making it an absolute must for all whiskey lovers, both beginning and seasoned. To schedule a tour, please contact the distillery at (435) 649-8300.
This spring, come experience the 10th annual Spring Grüv at Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Village. Known for its creative atmosphere and attendees, this event spans over 16 days and features an impressive lineup of outdoor concerts, parties, food and drink, events and contests. Spring Grüv begins March 25, 2017 and concludes on April 9, 2017. Be sure to catch the annual Pond Skimming contest on Saturday, April 8th. More details available here.
Check out the other events here to learn more about what is happening in Park City this spring!
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