The farther you stray from the southern U.S. border, the harder it can be to find authentic Mexican food. So, avoid the search and take our insider’s tips! If you’re looking to chow down on some divine Mexican food in Park City, you’re in the right place.
1776 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060
Sergios is the place to go for the most authentic atmosphere in Park City. The interior design is 100% inspired by Mexican architecture, and the food speaks to authenticity. Have the Mexican Shrimp Cocktail or the Caldo de Albóndigas (meatball soup) if you’re feeling like something light, or the Sergio’s Carnitas Burritos if you’re ravenous after a long day of skiing. Our favorite dessert here is the Churro Sundae, which is exactly as delicious as it sounds.
1355 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT 84060
Baja Cantina is the perfect cross-section between Mexican rural and rustic mountain aesthetics. With an extensive menu that covers inch of Mexican cuisine, you could close your eyes and pick a dish at random and you’d be in love with whatever you ordered! If you’re in for lunch, try the Fajitas, marinated & sautéed with onion and bell pepper and served up fresh on an iron skillet. For dinner you might want the Enchilada del Mar, made with succulent crab and shrimp and green onions, all rolled up in a flour tortilla with lobster sauce. The cocktails here are amazing too; make sure to try the Mexican Mojito!
1890 Bonanza Dr, Park City, UT 84060
El Chubasco has amazing Mexican food, but the thing that really sets them apart here is the plethora of housemade salsas that they make fresh every day. There are almost 20 of them in total! You’ll find everything from the basic staples like pico de gallo, to the spicier Salsa de Arbol, to the Salsa Habañero, to the fruity and sweet Mango y Manzano. El Chubasco even does delivery, so if you’re exhausted after a long day of vacation activity, this is the perfect way to get some unbeatable Mexican food delivered straight to the front door of your rental home.
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After a long day of skiing and snowboarding, you’ve worked up quite an appetite. How about some pizza? There are some great pizza places in Park City. Here are five spots (in alphabetical order) to help quench your appetite.
Davanza’s has been serving the Park City area since 1979, and this casual,family-owned and operated pizza joint offers pizza, tacos, burgers, and their famous Philly cheesesteak. Try their house special pizza with sausage, olives, bell peppers, mushrooms, and olives. Open daily at 11 am. (690 Park Avenue; 435-649-2222)
Fuego Bistro and Pizzeria
Fuego offers Italian cuisine including wood-fired gourmet pizza. Try one of the house specialty pies: the Wasatch (with a blend of house-made honey tomato chipotle sauce, topped with mozzarella, pancetta, garlic, fresh pineapple, and cilantro) or the Jupiter Pie (olive oil, garlic, fresh spinach, sundried tomatoes, mozzarella, and feta). And try the Fuego Limon –a lemon cookie with white chocolate chips baked in the wood-fired oven topped with lemon gelato! Reservations encouraged. Hours: Monday –Saturday 11:15 –9:30, Sunday 5 pm –9 pm. (2001 Sidewinder Drive; 435-645-8646)
Maxwell’s offers “East Coast” pizza, as well as sandwiches, salads, lasagna, and eggplant parm. You may have seen them on Guy Fiori’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. For a little heat, try the Untouchable, with banana peppers, red bell peppers, jalapenos, and Italian sausage. Hours: Monday-Friday 11 am –12am, Saturday-Sunday 10 am –12 am. (1456 Newpark Blvd.; 435-647-0304)
Park City Pizza Company
As straightforward as their name, Park City Pizza Company offers a straightforward pizza joint menu: pizzas, calzones, pasta, hot sandwiches and salads. Try their specials, the Park City Pizza (sausage, red onions, olives and mushrooms) or the Canyon (olive oil, light mozzarella, spinach, chicken, bacon, artichoke, jalapeno finished with garlic and parmesan). Owned and operated by locals here since 1985, this is a wholesome, relaxed pizza joint that you can take the kids to. Hours: Monday –Saturday 11 am –9:30 pm and on Sunday from noon –9:30pm.(1612 Ute Blvd., #11; 435-649-1591)
Vinto’s pizza is grilled in a wood-fired oven, giving it that authentic taste that pizza lovers crave. Try the Portobello Pizza, made with fontina, goat cheese, artichoke hearts, roasted portobello, crispy prosciutto di Parma, and balsamic reduction. And leave room for their house-made gelato and sorbetto. Hours: Monday-Thursday: noon –9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: noon –10pm, and Sunday from 4 pm to 9 pm. (900 Main Street; 435-615-9990).
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Whether you are in Park City for skiing, the Sundance Film Festival, or something else entirely, your days are going to be pretty busy, and you may not have the time for a full sit-down meal three times a day. If you are looking for quick and inexpensive places to eat in Park City, check out these great restaurants.
This over-the-counter cantina is located just off Prospector Avenue in a shopping mall. This casual restaurant is great for grabbing a quick bite to eat before you hit the slopes. You can either eat in the restaurant or take your food to-go. Their salsa bar, with over a dozen homemade salsas, really makes El Chubasco stand out from other Mexican eateries in town.
Deer Valley Grocery Cafe
This cozy cafe is the perfect spot if you are looking for a quick and inexpensive meal. The cafe is located right off of Deer Valley Drive and has seating overlooking the lake. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner you can order food from the counter or choose from their premade entrees and desserts. Some of their specialties include the Lox Plate and their Skillet Fired Dutch Baby.
Sammy’s Bistro is a great spot for a quick and delicious lunch. Located just off of Prospector Avenue, the bistro serves global fares for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The bistro’s Chivito Club sandwich, inspired by a traditional Uruguayan sandwich, was featured on Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives.
Freshies Lobster Co.
Winner of the 2017 World’s Best Lobster Roll, Freshies has been serving New England lobster to Park City since 2009. Originally a food truck, Freshies now as a brick and mortar store on Prospector Ave. You can stop by the restaurant to try their award-winning lobster roll or for a salad, sandwich, or soup inspired by the cuisine of New England. The restaurant still has their food truck, which you can find at events around town including the Park Silly Sunday Market.
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There is never a wrong time to grab a slice of pizza during your Park City vacation getaway. Park City is known for it’s delicious restaurants, and the pizza offerings here are no exception. Here are some great pizza restaurants in Park City to check out for your next pie!
Forget coming up with a place to eat at and get over to Vinto off the Historic Main Street in Park City now! This local favorite serves up delicious Italian cuisine, with their various pizzas being a restaurant specialty. Not only will you find the typical toppings but also unique offerings like the Tuttabella, Chicken Pesto, and more. Each pizza is cooked up with the wood fired oven for a delicious treat. You can also find other Italian plates such as pasta, paninis, insalate, antipasti, and more. Vinto is a casual dining establishment so there is no need to dress up. Vinto is open Monday through Saturday 12:00pm – 10:00pm and 4:00pm – 9:00pm on Sundays.
Sometimes pizza is best-enjoyed one slice at a time. Check out Davanza’s giant slices and expansive menu of casual eats. This casual favorite has been family owned and operated since 1979 and knows how to serve up delicious laid back entrees that keeps customers coming back. You will not find anything fancy here but some of the friendliest staff in all of Park City. If someone in your party is not a pizza fan they can also order one of Davanza’s hamburgers, Philly cheesesteaks, tacos, and more. Davanza’s is open daily from 11:00am to 9:00pm.
Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery
You may have heard of Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery when it was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives a couple years ago. This local favorite is still serving up delicious pizza pies for its returning customers. Each pizza at this pizza restaurant in Park City is cooked up with an authentic 20” New York style thin crust and is served by the slice or by the pie. Their specialty pizza is The Fat Kid, a delicious creation of pepperoni, spinach, and ricotta cheese. Other east coast dishes are also available to order. Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery is open daily from 11:00am to 1:00am so you can grab a slice day or night.
Bring your pup to the newly opened dog friendly patio over to Este Pizzeria. Este Pizzeria is a locally owned and operated New York style pizzeria that services up giant slices made with fresh ingredients. The setting may be casual but you will find high quality vegetables, homemade sauces, and a vast vegetarian and vegan menu to choose from. Este Pizzeria does get busy around dinner time due to the generous demand from locals around town so make sure you have some time to spare. Check out Este Pizzeria Monday through Thursday from 11:00am to 9:00pm, Fridays from 11:00am to 10:00pm, Saturdays from 12:00pm to 10:00pm, and Sundays from 4:00pm to 9:00pm for all of your pizza needs.
Though Park City is primarily known for its wintertime fun, there is much more to the city than meets the eye. After all, you have to leave the slopes sometime, right? It’s time to discover what the locals already know: There’s plenty of delicious restaurants to catch a bite after a long day of skiing. If a hot slice of pizza sounds like it would hit the spot, check out a few of our favorite local Park City pizza spots below!
This is a perennial locals’ favorite. Its location is right on Park Avenue, very close to Main Street and the Town Lift. You can enjoy tasty pizzas, burgers, tacos, and so much more. It’s got a true Park City vibe and is the go-to place for visitors and locals alike! The Mucker Supreme pizza is not to be missed.
690 Park Avenue
Red Banjo opened its doors in 1962 and is now Park City’s oldest running establishment—and a favorite spot of both local and visitors. You’ll enjoy hand-tossed, fresh baked pizzas and delicious subs. Red Banjo is family friendly and a very affordable option. You can even schedule large groups, to-go orders, and even delivery within Park City limits. We are available to host your party in our party room for any size group up to 40. We offer to go and deliver within Park City limits.
322 Main Street
This eatery has been featured on Food Network’s Diners Drive-ins and Dives, and its acclaim is legendary. Located in Kimball Junction, you can find some of the best pizza offerings around, including the “Fat Kid” and the “Italian Stallion.” There’s also sorts of other great menu items, including lasagna, chicken parmigiano, and fresh salads!
1456 Newpark Blvd.
Park City, UT 84098
A recent entrant in the Park City pizza landscape, MOD Pizza presents a whole new concept in fast casual dining. MOD Pizza is the original superfast pizza experience that puts you in the driver’s seat. Artisan-style pizzas and salads are individually sized, made to order, and are ready in just minutes. You can choose from more than 30 toppings—and the price stays the same no matter what you pick. You can get an 11-inch personal pizza and a house-made ice tea for just a bit more than $10, and it’s plenty of food.
6622 N Landmark Dr, Suite B-100
Park City, UT 84098
There are tons of other great Park City pizza establishments through Park City and the surrounding areas. At Park City Rental Properties, we would be happy to help you find one that will become your favorite! We can also help you find other culinary delights throughout Park City! All you need to do is ask one of our friendly team members.
Brunch in Park City is a favorite activity for both locals and visitors. It’s a great time to sit back, enjoy great food, and talk to your friends and family. At Park City Rental Properties, we have a few favorite spots for brunch in Park City we’d love to share with you.
No Worries Café & Grill
The No Worries Café is truly a local favorite. It’s new location in Quarry Village has provided an awesome spot to enjoy brunch. The establishment now boasts outside seating to enjoy the surrounding views. Menu favorites include Dante’s Inferno and the Customize Your Own Omelet option. Try the daily specials, and don’t miss the signature spicy chipotle bacon!
Location: 8178 Gorgoza Pines Road, Suite A
Hours: 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily
The Bridge Café and Grill
Located in the heart of Park City directly at the bottom of the Town Lift, you’ll enjoy American food with a Brazilian flair. The Bridge serves breakfast favorites all day, making it a perfect brunch spot. Try the Brazilian Omelet, the Eggs Benedict or the Croissant Sandwich. And try the Caipirinha—Brazil’s national cocktail.
Location: 825 Main Street on the upper deck
Hours: Open daily 8 a.m.
Enjoy award-winning beers along with a tasty breakfast or brunch in Park City! During the warmer months, you can enjoy outside dining to take in the fresh mountain air. Menu favorites include standard breakfast and brunch fare, plus vegetarian delights as well. Check out the huevos rancheros. And the establishment does serve up a delightful Bloody Mary!
Location: 1900 Park Avenue
Hours: Sunday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Apex at the Montage
During the winter season, you can enjoy the daily Skiers Brunch at the Apex. There’s even ski-in-ski-out access to this favorite that features waffles, omelets, and even gourmet offerings such as lobster pot pie.
Glitertind Sunday Brunch at Stein’s
This is a four-star brunch that is not to be missed. You will enjoy season favorites that can include everything from prime rib to seafood. The dessert table is not to be missed with its lavish offerings such as bananas foster and so much more! Reservations are required in the winter.
Location: Stein Eriksen Lodge, 7700 Stein Way
Hours: Sundays 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
As you probably know, Park City is a paradise for foodies. You can find just about any world cuisine, from Asian to European and everything in between. It is also where you can find world-class chefs preparing their offerings at high-end establishments from Deer Valley to Park City. And you can also expect to pay a pretty penny at many of these restaurants and eateries. However, what you may not know is that there are many less-expensive, yet delicious restaurants that are favorites. Check out some of our suggestions for Park City cheap eats:
Davanza’s is the “cool” place to go if you want a casual, fun atmosphere that offers some of the best pizzas and burgers in town. It is a favorite of those just getting off the slopes from a day of skiing or biking to grab a beer and a burger. Check out the other menu items such as the handmade street-style tacos and fresh salads.
You know it’s a great place to eat when there’s a line of locals! El Chubasco is a perennial favorite among Park City locals with its home-style Mexican offerings. You’ll love the not-often-seen-on-the-menu items such as Costillas de Puerco, Machaca and Camarones a la Diabla. You’ll also find all the regular favorites such as tacos, enchiladas, and tamales. And do not miss the huge salsa bar!
Szechwan Chinese Kitchen
This is a family owned establishment that has been in the Park City area since 1989. This is definitely a restaurant you can go to many times, and each time you will be met with consistent, delicious Chinese offerings. It’s located in the center of Kimball Junction so it is convenient if you are coming off the slopes or doing some shopping at the outlet mall.
Another Asian themed restaurant in Kimball Junction, Full House offers a large menu of both Chinese and Japanese menu items. You can order your favorite Chinese meal while your buddy orders a Japanese bento box. Take out is available, so it is tasty and convenient.
A newcomer to the Park City restaurant scene, Freshies Lobster Co. offers something not often seen this far inland—a full menu of lobster based dishes. The Freshies’ lobster roll has been hailed as one of the best in the country, and you can get it in several sizes from the tourist to the Real Mainah to the XL.
If you want even more Park City cheap eat recommendations, just as one of us at Park City Rental Properties!
Welcome to Collie’s Bar in Park City, one of the nicest spots to sit down, relax, and grab a drink or some grub! One of the best things about this Park City favorite is the outside seating. You are literally a stones throw away from the town lift. It’s Welcome to one of the best bars in Park City, and a perfect sports bar type of place to stop in the middle of a long ski or snowboard session. Better yet, it’s a great place to take a break from shopping your face off while in Park City.
If you are staying in one of our vacation rentals in North old town or anywhere near Main Street, this is a staple spot. You can get salmon barbecue, burnt ends, handmade burgers, very salads and more. Don’t miss the potato chips!
Enjoy One of the Best Bars in Park City
If it’s snowing outside, you can warm up by one of the many flat screen televisions inside. This is also a super great and friendly environment to watch your favorite sports event. After fueling up, you can walk across the street and directly onto the lift. Prices here are also pretty reasonable, under 20 bucks a plate. Tons of beers on tap as well.
The servers are also dressed in jeans and flannel’s with a smile so that makes for a solid mountain-happy vibe when eating.
When staying here at your park city vacation home or condo be sure to check out Collies, one of the best bars in Park City. You won’t be sorry. Heck. If you are interested in working off a little of that burger after the meal walk on up to our office on Main Street and say hello to the Park City Vacation Rental staff. We are upstairs on the left hand side of the street just passed the Egyptian theater.
While Park City proper is very well known for its culinary offerings, you shouldn’t miss some of the best food that can be found in areas outside of downtown or Park City proper. Find the best place to eat outside of Park City below.
Deer Valley is one of the highest rated culinary destinations due to its spectacular restaurant offerings. You can find everything from tasty grab-and-go snacks and meals to exquisite fine dining selections. Depending upon the time of year, you can enjoy a sumptuous seafood buffet or the ever-popular Fireside Dining. There are also several après ski establishments where you can warm up with a cocktail and a snack.
Kimball Junction Area
Just a couple of miles from downtown Park City is the bustling Kimball Junction area. This area is reveling in an explosion of new businesses and restaurant offerings. You can find just about any cuisine and these restaurants are open year round. Favorites include:
- Maxwell’s and Myrtle Rose — These sister restaurants offer both casual and upscale dining.
- Full House Asian Bistro — Enjoy a full menu of Japanese and Chinese specialties including sushi and Chinese delicacies.
- Sushi Blue — Sushi Blue offers a range of Asian fusion flavors in a casual dining atmosphere.
- Loco Lizard — If you want terrific Mexican flavors, Loco Lizard will not disappoint.
- Shabu Shabu — Get a real Japanese experience while cooking your food on the special shabu-shabu vessels.
- Szechwan Chinese Kitchen — This Chinese restaurant will not disappoint for lunch or dinners.
- Ghidotti’s — This restaurant offers delicious Italian food and great ambiance.
- Shoyu Sushi House/Japanese Kitchen — Find yourself immersed in some of the best Japanese food in the area.
Take a day trip out to the lovely Kamas Valley and take in the rural surroundings. Kamas is also called the “Gateway to the Uintas” so it’s a perfect place to stop before or after enjoying the Uinta Mountains.
- Mirror Lake Café — This is a favorite breakfast spot with traditional favorites, and yes, you can even have a mimosa or other breakfast cocktail.
- Gateway Grille — This solid food establishment has long been heralded as one of gems of the Kamas and Park City area. Favorites include rib-sticking chicken fried steak, succulent steaks, and even some Mexican favorites.
- State Road Tavern — This newcomer to the Kamas area has been receiving rave reviews for just about everything on the menu. The breakfasts and brunches are highly lauded, and you’ll love the locally sourced ingredients.
Choose the Best Place to Eat Outside of Park City
If you want to know more about these or other great dining options, just ask one of our friendly staff at Park City Rental Properties!
A good cup of coffee is a wonderful thing at almost any time of day! Coffee lovers will rejoice that Australian specialty coffee chain Campos Coffee is setting up shop in Park City. After a recent residency at La Marzocco Café in Seattle, the company decided to stay in the States for a while.
Will Young, Campos Coffee Founder and Director, said that the new Park City shop will be equipped with two La Marzocco Linea PBs. The shop will also feature Mazzer and Mythos grinders and will offer brewed options using Fetco and Alpha Dominche Steampunk.
The shop in Park City will be the eighth of the company. It will also be the first one that will be supplied by the company’s roaster in Australia, with plans for a roaster to be located in the U.S.
Campos’ Specialty Focus
Campos is dedicated to small-batch roasting on specialty machines including 64-kilo Probat and 24-kilo Diedrich machines. However, the exact production line and location of the future U.S. roaster has not been announced.
Says Young, “Though our production is high, we never want to lose the specialty focus that smaller batch roasting ensures.”
Campos will be offering many of its traditional coffee selections, along with introducing a blend that is tailored to the Park City market. Young says, “Australia is known for having highly acidic blends that cut through the milk in espresso coffees. We had to craft a blend that is rich, sweet, but lower in acidity to suit the market of Park City.”
Campos will also be using some of its existing experienced baristas. Young says that from day one, the Park City café will have the talents of three of the company’s best baristas, including Campos Operations Manager Ian Pope.
Campos Coffee says they hope to open the café at the Base of Park City Mountain Resort at 1385 Lowell Avenue in by mid-December.
Park City Rental Properties
At Park City Rental Properties, we are excited to see yet another global company come to Park City. Our company understands the global nature of our area as it attracts visitors from around the world. If you would like to know more about the location of the new Campos café, or any other Park City information, please don’t hesitate to ask one of us at Park City Rental Properties!