Whether you’re on a weekend getaway a weekend or an extended vacation, both Park City and Deer Valley offer a wide assortment of restaurants and cuisine you can choose from. Whether you like steak, seafood, or a quick snack, Park City/Deer Valley caters to everyone’s tastes. If you’re staying in either resort, be sure to take advantage of the city-wide transportation system—it’s free of charge. With hundreds of restaurants and bars in Park City and Deer Valley, you can choose from a wide variety of cuisine, beer, and spirits to suit your tastes.
Located in Silver Lake Village, the Royal Street Café is open for lunch and dinner in the winter. They serve house specialties like Maple Bacon Barbeque Bison Burgers or the Alaskan King Crab Tower. The crab tower consists of avocado, tomato, pea sprouts, king crab, crispy spiced won tons, wasabi, soy, and sweet chili. It’s delicious! Enjoy beautiful mountain views in a casual dining atmosphere. At 8,000 feet, you’ll get a panoramic view of Bald Mountain as you dine.
Also located in Deer Valley, the Mariposa Restaurant offers exquisite cuisine in an intimate and comfortable setting. The restaurant serves fresh fish and seafood, including fresh oysters, seared Ahi tuna with fresh Dungeness crab meat, and scallops with lime and chili vinaigrette. The restaurant has a Maine Lobster Chowder that’s do die for! The restaurant is open between 11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m., daily.
For quick, casual, and affordable dining, try Davanza’s Restaurant, serving pizza, sandwiches, burgers, tacos, and local microbrews. They’re open for lunch and dinner at two locations—one at 690 Park Ave. in Park City, and the other at 6531 N. Landmark Drive in Kimball Junction.
Park City wouldn’t be the same without some of the locals’ favorites. Located at 1400 Snowcreek Drive, Leger’s Restaurant has been serving fresh deli sandwiches for over 20 years. They use the freshest dressings, produce, and meats on the planet! It’s the perfect place to eat after a long day of skiing on the mountain. A whole sandwich is big enough to share between two hungry people.
After a full day of activities in Park City/Deer Valley, it’s nice to know that you can relax, dine, and have a good time.