Fall Dining In Park City

Salmon dish with Lemons and Winter Greens served in a restaurant at Stein Lodge

Experience the exquisite and flavorful dining scene in Park City. Quickly growing as a gourmand's destination, this mountain town offers cuisine by some of the world's finest chefs and culinary teams. Here are some of our town favorites:


Glitretind Restaurant: We are offering a “can’t miss” special now through the end of November. All dining guests can enjoy a special 2-for-1 dining special for lunch or dinner at Troll Hallen or Glitretind Restaurant. Experience the seasonal menu and indulge your taste buds with our team’s renowned service at this Forbes 4-Star rated establishment this season.
2-for-1 dining offer details and fine print AVAILABLE HERE.

Additional Stein Collection dining options offered mid-mountain at Deer Valley:
Cena Ristorante & Lounge at The Chateaux Deer Valley: Opening again on 11/25/20, the authentic house-made Italian cuisine at Cena Ristorante & Lounge is sure to please even the most developed palate. The staff are all highly trained on the wine menu so they can make a perfect pairing recommendation for any menu item - including dessert. If visiting later in the fall season, be sure to add this restaurant into your itinerary. You won’t be disappointed!

The 7880 Club at Stein Eriksen Residences: Also opening on 11/25/20 for the winter season, this newer, upscale restaurant that offers seasonal menus with extraordinary dishes crafted by a highly celebrated culinary team. The open terrace and fire pits provide a wonderful evening locale for dinner and a nightcap with stunning Park City and mountain views.


High West Distillery: This unique distillery offers a saloon-like experience in one of Park City’s historic buildings. Conveniently located on Park Avenue (adjacent to Historic Main Street), this active distillery offers upscale pub cuisine and serves up some of the world’s finest spirits and craft cocktails. A visit to Park City would not be complete without wetting your whistle at this hot spot. Great for lunch, dinner, and nightlife. (Open through 11/10/20; then reopens for the winter season on 11/28/20.)

No Name Saloon: Western-themed and a definite local’s favorite, this establishment is located right on Historic Main Street and delivers an eclectic bar experience that is open to all 21+ locals and visitors alike. Close out a night on Main Street with a drink at the No Name and you’re sure to have a great time!

Riverhorse On Main: Among an elite list of top restaurants in Park City and nationally, Riverhorse is one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants in this alpine town. As a long-time recipient of the coveted Forbes 4-Star award, this restaurant is loved by critics and the guests alike. Advance reservations are highly recommended and our concierge staff can help secure your reservation at this dining gem.

tupelo: Featuring ingredients from American producers with globally-inspired dishes, the diverse menu offers unexpected, delectable touches to staple restaurant cuisine. The bar seating area is ideal for pre-dinner cocktails or a more casual dining ambience.

Yuki Yama Sushi: Offering the freshest seasonal fish flown in from around the world, Yuki Yama serves up a menu consisting of both traditional Japanese sushi and noodle dishes, as well as more modern and culinary creative sashimi plates and hot dishes. Yes, you can get fresh fish and some of the best sushi right here in Park City. You have to taste it to believe it!


Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe: Located in lower Deer Valley at Snow Park, this quaint yet frequented restaurant serves up gourmet coffee and espresso drinks, quick bites, freshly baked goods, and a selection of grocery items. Indoor seating, outdoor deck seating, and to-go orders are all available. The casual ambience and location next to the Deer Valley ponds lends itself to a variety of guests throughout the year. May we recommend the fresh quiche of the day and a pistachio roll? You won’t be disappointed!

Boneyard Saloon / Wine Dive: Just north of Old Town and Historic Main Street are two great faves in one location. Both feature great comfort food selections, small plate menus, wood-fired grilled items, and a full bar. Boneyard offers lots of great beers on tap, including some well-recognized local brews. Wine Dive has 8 wines on top and a great bottled wine list. Whether stopping in for a dinner or just some drinks, these two restaurants are always populated by the locals.

The Brass Tag: This gem is located in the upper level of The Lodges at Deer Valley in Snow Park. Open year-round, the menu features Deer Valley-inspired brick oven cuisine with many items being locally-sourced using sustainable practices. Complimentary underground parking is available for all dining guests. 

The Park City Area Restaurant Association provides additional details and recommendations at the below link.