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This joint is like stopping in to a pie place in NYC. The guys that run it are from Jersey and are great. At lunch you can get two NY size pizza slices and a soda for less than $6.00 – what a deal! The calzones are HUGE and can easily be split between two if not three people. I guess it just depends on how big your appetite is. They have homemade cheesecake that is to die for – very NY style. We had soup there once, I can’t remember what type but it was great. I think it was tomato bisque – but I won’t swear to it. The other benefit is that it is located next to Sushi Maru and the movie theater. You can’t bet the price or the location!
Favorite Dish: The cazones because they are huge and yummy!
Updated Oct 7, 2007
Address: 1776 Park Ave
Phone: (435) 940-1009
This is a romantic restaurant located on top of Main Street has been a favorite of locals for years. Owned by fellow Cornell Grad (hotel school) Bill White, Grappa has won Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence for the last four years. It's in a 100-year-old building, try and get a table by the fireplace. When we were there the outside was decorated with little white lights.
Favorite Dish: The food is Northern Italian with a bit of a twist (in other words, expect a lot of meat dishes like Osso Bucco as opposed to red sauces). The salads and the pasta were excellent as is the wine list.
Updated Jan 20, 2005
Address: 151 Main Street
Phone: (435) 645-0636
Owned by Robert Redford, Zoom is one of the best dining options in Park City. It is housed in a historic 19th century railway station - the oldest building in town. It has two dining rooms, a casual setting, and quite tasty dishes that would be described as international with American influences. I had dinner here in Feb 2006 and again in Feb 2013.
Updated Feb 16, 2013
Address: 660 Main Street, Park City
Phone: +1 (435) 649-9108
Kampai Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar
One of the things required here is that in all photos the strongest man at the table is selected by the group and then must raise his fist in the air during all photos.
If you are in a group, I highly reccommend you reserve one of these tatami rooms pictured here.
Favorite Dish: Sake
Written Aug 24, 2002
Address: 586 Main Street Park City, Utah 84060
This is our favorite place to eat in Park City. Some of the restaurants in Park City are nice and the food is arranged very artfully on the plate but it's not that great for eating. Wasatch Pub is just a normal place with great food, excellent micro-brew and reasonable prices for normal people. It sits at the top of Main and is just a short walk from the Egyptian Theater.
We've never had to wait very long for a table and there's a nice pub area upstairs where you can have a couple of beers and play a game of pool. It's a place we always go, whether we're in Park City for a few hours or a few days. Check it out.
Favorite Dish: Everything we've had has been wonderful but the Pine Nut Salmon is my favorite. It's seasoned really well and the sauce is wonderful!
Updated Jun 30, 2008
Address: 205 S Main Street
Phone: 435) 649-0900
So ..this is a hard one as my husband is a chef here in Park City and we know the owners. So – I will be honest with the following (sorry guys) but not rate he place. If I were to write about the owners or the staff this would get such a different review but I am not.
The food is okay, but nothing to brag about. The first time I took my brother there we waited for over 20 minutes before the waiter even said hello. Then we ordered things off the menu that were not as they stated (I heard they have changed the wording, but don’t know for sure).
Example: ‘gourmet hot chocolate with choc shavings’ was Nestlé instant hot chocolate and it was not cheap. The menu also boasted steel cut oats but served round oats. For those that are wondering – yes there is a difference. The average dinning experience tends to take a few hours – that seems to be a Park City norm though. Some of these times were when they were slammed others when we only had a few other tables seated. The staff is very nice but VERY SLOW and forgetful.
We haven’t eaten dinner there but got it to go tonight. The Naan was not like Naan we have had at authentic Indian restaurants but it was eatable. The two meals we had were okay but lacking in flavor which is not something I have ever experienced with Indian food before. It was disappointing but I have had worse. It is a cute place in a nice location but again, nothing compared to the food we have had in Portland.
PS - The bathroom is amazing. I know odd but true.
Favorite Dish: Sorry - don't have one.
Written Aug 1, 2007
Address: 1782 Prospector Avenue
Phone: (435) 658-0958
This is restaurant at the end of main st is quickly turning into one of my favorite in Park City. It is never too packed and is never empty. Great wine selection and you can't beat the location.
Favorite Dish: The lamb shank was awesome, and the stuffed chili was just as good.
Written Oct 27, 2006
Address: bottom of main street
Absolutely wonderful!!! From appetizers to souffle - this place left four exhausted men happy. Four different entrees - all four were perfect. The waiter wuickly understood that we had limited time before our flight, made it quick, but not pushy. Food was delivered to our table with perfect timing, slowing down just enough when at the table to create a total atmosphere of relaxation.
Blanc was cold, beer had more than 3% alcohol content (rarity in Utah), steaks were grilled to perfection, souffles were ... (my favourite phrase) to die for. I would put it right at the top of my list for overall experience.
Favorite Dish: a b s o l u t e l y ....... a l l ...
it's been a couple of months since then, and
Updated Apr 2, 2006
Address: Westgate Resort, the Canyons, Utah
The atmosphere was relaxed but cool in this Robert Redford owned restaurant. I went there for my brother's birthday meal and had a very nice esperience. To start we shared the special of the evening which was seared scallops with porcini mushrooms and a sauce. It was tasty but, as a chef, I felt the sauce should have been a little more reduced and flavoursome but considering the mountain location of the restuarant I was very impressed with the tenderness of the scallops.
For main course both myself, and my brother, had the buffallo osso bucco with spinach and white beans which was beatifully cooked and reasonably flavoured. My sister in law had park ribs which were also nice though not particularly remarkable. The whipped yams were beautifully flavoured with cinnamon and I highly recommend them to anyone.
Favorite Dish: The side order of whipped yams were amazing beyond all belief!
Written Feb 28, 2006
Address: Main Street
The food is amazing and the service was warm and welcoming. We started with an amazing Pink Cadillac Margeruita and a great desciption of the menu by a lovely and cute waiter with a thick black glasses ;o)
To start we had a modern twist on chicken tamales with a creamy coriander sauce that was out of this world. Neither of us were interested in a starter but our server sold it to us and we were so so so glad. YUM!
I had the pork ribs for main course and they were meltingly tender and perfectly spiced served with rather disappointing beer battered fries and a satisfactory coleslaw though in no way remarkable.
My sister in law had the butternut squash ravioly in a sage brown butter which was, as our server warned, rather sweet... perhaps overly sweet to my taste and she found them a little heavy; only eating two or three raviolis.
Favorite Dish: Everything I ate here was beautiful, by far the best restaurant I experienced in Park City
Written Feb 28, 2006
Address: Main Street
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