Best Park City Restaurants

Park City, Utah is known for some of the lightest snow on earth. It is also well known for its amazing dining scene, all in close proximity to the famous Main Street. Here are a few of our favorite Park City Restaurants:


Edge Park City

Edge Steakhouse Park City



Edge Steakhouse at Canyons Resort, just outside of Park City is the hot new steakhouse in town. They feature Prime Aged Steaks and Wagyu Beef  as well as Black Sesame, Pan Seared Alaskan Halibut. Diners are encouraged to “take their dining experience over the Edge”. The restaurant searches to make each menu item a creative masterpiece. Their wine room has over 1000 bottles from around the world and is something to behold.







High West Distillery

High West Distillery was founded in 2006 by David Perkins and his wife, Jane. David, a former biochemist, was inspired to open his own distillery after seeing the parallels between the fermentation and distilling process and his own work in biochemistry during a trip to the Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, Kentucky. In 2004, David and his family relocated to Park City, Utah to begin their new venture, where they began distilling in 2007. They chose Park City because of David’s love of the Old West and Utah’s little-known whiskey history.

High West Distillery


High West began with humble roots, opening a small, 250-gallon still and Saloon in a historic livery stable and garage. What was once a small operation in downtown Park City has grown to be an internationally-recognized brand with four unique locations.  In 2015, High West opened their distillery in Wanship, Utah, which acts as a space for educational whiskey tasting, pairings and tours, and houses a 1600-gallon copper pot still. Meanwhile, the Saloon continues to operate as a must-visit gastro-distillery, featuring alpine-inspired western fare alongside the original still, the Nelson Cottage offers unique whiskey-paired dinners, and the Saloon at the Salt Lake City airport allows for some last tastes of High West on the way out of town.

Riverhorse on Main

As a 17 year recipient of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Award, Riverhorse on Main is lauded by restaurant critics and the dining public alike as one of North America’s top culinary destinations and a Park City culinary gem. Riverhorse was also Utah’s first restaurant to receive the prestigious DiRōNA Award.

In January 2000, Riverhorse On Main received the ultimate honor in the hospitality industry as the state’s first establishment awarded the Mobil Travel Guide Four-Star Rating as one of the top 108 restaurants in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Now known as Forbes Travel Guide Rating, the Riverhorse has been awarded its Four-Star Rating consistently through 2013. Other distinctions include the AAA Four Diamond Award and Vacation Roost’s Top Choice Award.

Riverhorse on Main

With its trendy urban vibe, live music and historic setting in Park City’s renovated Masonic Hall, Riverhorse On Main treats its guests to an inventive array of upscale, eclectic American cuisine and uncomplicated, seasonal dishes, all crafted by award-winning executive chef and co-owner Seth Adams.