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When you’re heading to Park City in the name of fun and you’re looking for flavorful stops to incorporate into your stay, there are a variety of fantastic food trucks in Park City to check out! The following are some of the top options in the area that you won’t want to miss the next time you’re here.

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Enjoy Murley’s Acai

Travelers heading to Park City who are in the mood for something fresh and flavorful will find Murley’s Acai food truck an amazing place to start treating their tastebuds to something delicious and healthy. This food truck is a one-stop-resource for mouthwatering acai bowls and rich smoothies that bring a taste of the Hawaiian Islands right to the heart of Park City, Utah. Murley’s Acai serves up antioxidant-rich selections that can help you fuel up for time on the slopes, or simply indulge when you’re looking for something refreshing and fun to try. Options on the menu feature smoothies like the Switchback which blends acai and strawberry with blackberry, raspberry, banana, blueberry, spinach, chia seeds, and apple juice. If you’re looking for an extra kick of flavor, the Uinta Lime smoothie combines mango and pineapple with spinach, mint, chia seeds, lime, and apple juice. When you order up an acai bowl here you can choose between small and large varieties depending on your appetite.

Try Freshies Lobster Co.

For those who are looking to pair their Park City adventures with a taste of New England, there’s no food truck in town quite like Freshies Lobster Co. The brainchild of Ben and Lorin Smaha, this food truck is a wonderful option when you’re craving Maine lobster rolls in abundance. Before it was a food truck, Freshie’s was a farmer’s market tent that grew in popularity and found its stride on food truck wheels. Today, you can find Freshie’s in two different locations across Park City when you’re longing for sliders, soups, salads, and lobster rolls too. While the 2 oz. lobster roll is the standard at Freshie’s, guests have options to boost the flavor by enhancing their order to 5 oz upon request. These are served up in a New England hot dog bun and topped with hot butter, Freshie’s house seasoning, and mayo. Side options at Freshie’s Lobster Co. food truck include lobster bisque, lobster grilled cheese, and lobster mac as well. If it’s a slightly healthier take you’re after, don’t overlook their lobster lettuce cup which showcases 3 oz of lobster topped with guacamole, mango, Sriracha aioli, creamy cilantro sauce, and Bibb lettuce.

Don’t Miss The Border Foodtruck

Typically parked around 6699 N. Landmark Drive, The Border Foodtruck is a Park City favorite for those times when nothing would quite hit the spot like an authentic Mexican meal. Here, you’re guaranteed to enjoy a menu full of rich flavors and classic favorites ranging from quesadillas and burritos to carne asada fries, mulitas, tortas, and more! You can order online for pick up, show up on a whim, or order for delivery from The Border Foodtruck too. Service is here known for being extra friendly and if you’re looking to pair your Mexican fare with American favorites as well, they also serve up bacon wrapped hot dogs, Philly cheesesteaks, and bacon cheeseburgers upon request.

Savor the Moment at Eli’s Kitchen

Another great option in Park City when you’re looking for a food truck that features great Mexican fare is Eli’s Kitchen. This food truck was designed by a Michoacan native who was looking to bring her favorite flavors from home to the Park City population. Here, you can pick your taco base and then top it according to your customized taste upon request. Of course, Eli is more than willing to help put together a custom bite if you’re not sure where to start. It’s a tailored experience with bold flavors that’s always worth dropping by.

Consider Dining at Komrades

A made-from-scratch menu is yours to enjoy when you make Komrades your food truck of choice. Based out of Salt Lake City, Komrades serves the surrounding communities but if you’re heading out from Park City on a day trip, you’ll only have to travel 38 minutes to reach this delicious destination. At Komrades, guests can enjoy a variety of savory options including their fan-favorite Hoodoo which pairs a wrap and sandwich with freshly baked naan and fillings like red cabbage, garlic aioli, roasted veggies, and slow-roasted beef. Their specialty known as “Jack in the Naan” pairs BBQ Jackfruit with veggies, cheddar cheese, and creamy avocado mousse. It’s a great place to drop by with family and friends and there’s no shortage of flavorful options to choose from.

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Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it which makes today the right moment to begin putting your romantic travel plans into place. This year, elevate every moment in fun, luxury, and scenic style when you head to Park City, Utah alongside the one you love most. Whether you have shared interests you can’t wait to indulge or you’re looking for a Valentine’s Day vacation destination with something for everyone, you’ll find it waiting for you here. The following are just a few of the many most romantic events and activities you can add to your Valentine’s Day in Park City list when you’re here.

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Get Creative in Good Company

If you happen to be a couple that connects best when creative inspiration is involved, a Valentine’s Day painting glass blowing session at Red Flower Studios on Bonanza Drive promises to be a highlight of your stay. This unique stop is a wonderful place to enjoy instructions in glass blowing and leave with your very own piece of glass art in hand as a souvenir. There’s also a full gallery on-site to explore before or after your class with sculptures, glass lighting, and abstract glassware that promises to inspire. It’s a chance to collaborate with talented artists and create a custom masterpiece that will remind you of your amazing Valentine’s Day in Park City for years to come.

Make Time for a Couple’s Massage

For many Valentine’s Day adventurers, making the most of a romantic moment begins with booking a well-deserved spa session…or two. Some well-deserved pampering can go a long way towards the Valentine’s Day fun, especially if you make the most of a session at the Spa at the Waldorf Astoria on Frostwood Drive. It’s an upscale spa experience with couple’s massage options available as well as facials, wraps, aromatherapy, hot stone treatment, and just about every service imaginable in between! Customizing your relaxation and rejuvenation is a breeze here, but if you’re looking for another stop to add to the itinerary, Spa Renewal at the Stein Eriksen Lodge is just as appealing. They have 60-minute custom treatments to choose from daily and a Valentine’s Day couple’s package you’ll want to book in advance for an elevated romantic take on the rejuvenating experience. They also use a full collection of all-natural products which is something you can feel great about.

Dine in Style

If you do choose to enjoy a couple’s massage at the Waldorf Astoria Spa in town, you can stick around after and make the most of a romantic meal enjoyed at the on-site Powder Restaurant. This is an ideal destination for celebrating romance at its best as they offer a three-course meal to enjoy on Valentine’s Day that features everything from West Coast oysters and Duck Confit Raviolo to short ribs, pan-seared red snapper, and more. The wine pairings promise to delight and dessert offerings are equally mouthwatering with selections like a chocolate dome with lychee mousse and mixed berry ganache to enjoy.

Settle in at Tupelo Park City

Yet another fantastic eatery in town hosting a Valentine’s Day prix-fixe dinner option is Tupelo Park City. Located at 1500 Kearns Boulevard, Tupelo Park City serves up delectable American cuisine daily but on Valentine’s Day, the menu goes to the next level of excellence for guests. This experience is available at $95 a person and will feature savory BBQ, seafood, ribeye, and artisanal chocolates too. There are opportunities to add on a wine pairing selection making the experience that much more inviting!

Spend Time at Park City Mountain Resort

For ski enthusiasts, time in Park City over Valentine’s Day is best spent on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort in style. That said, those who are looking to make the romance even more pronounced can do so by enjoying a night ski in February between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. During this time, the slopes are glowing in illuminated lights, giving the impression of other worldly adventures ahead. It’s an experience you and your traveling crew over Valentine’s Day just won’t want to miss. The scenic gondola rides at the resort are equally romantic when you cozy up next to your favorite someone and enjoy staggering views from above. From the highest points, you can savor the sights of the entire resort, Park City’s Main Street, and the surrounding Wasatch Mountains.

Book Your Valentine’s Day in Park City Today

There’s no reason to wait when you’re ready to turn your Valentine’s Day travel plans into a well-deserved reality. Reach out to the team at Abode Park City today to learn more about our luxurious and inviting vacation rental options that are designed to help you make the most of every moment you’re here. We can’t wait to help you enjoy the journey and look forward to seeing you in scenic Park City soon.

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Enjoying the beauty and fun of a Park City adventure is always worth your while and when you add locally owned shops and businesses to your must-visit list while you’re here, your experience is even more meaningful. The following are just a few of the many local Park City businesses to support the next time travel plans bring you in this direction!

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Browse the Goods at Park City Souvenir Co.

Whether you’re looking for the ideal gift for a loved one back home, or you’re excited to shop for something fun for yourself to commemorate your Park City stay, heading over to the Park City Souvenir Co. is a great way to find what you’re searching for and support a local business while you’re at it. The Park City Souvenir Co. is located at 508 Main Street #8 and is open daily for guests to drop by and browse handcrafted and Park City-inspired gifts that are unique, innovative, and always fun! It’s a great place to spend some time with the entire family and the on-site staff is more than happy to offer up suggestions when you’re not sure where to start. It’s a fun, inviting, and certainly Utah-centric shop that you’re not going to want to miss out on the next time you’re here. When you shop at Park City Souvenir Co., you’ll feel great knowing you’re supporting a local and family-owned company that also supports the efforts of local merchandisers!

Enjoy Old Town Cellars

If you find yourself spending time around 408 Main Street, you’ll be in the right place to make the most of a stop at Old Town Cellars. Those looking to support local Park City businesses during their adventure can do so in savory style when they add this locale to their must-visit list. Old Town Cellars is proud to be a local, private-label winery complete with a tasting room for visitors to enjoy on Historic Main Street. All of the wines that you enjoy during a tasting session are available for purchase and along the way, you’ll learn about how the wine on-site is sourced from wine-growing regions throughout Utah before being bottled on-site. Old Town Cellars also offers the option of renting private event space if you’re in town for a gathering with family or friends.

Check Out Mountain Town Olive Oil

Another locally owned and operated business that enjoys a prime place on Main Street that’s well worth spending time at when you’re in town is Mountain Town Olive Oil. Found at 613 Main Street, this gourmet retailer carries no less than 40 varying flavors of vinegar and olive oils on-site that hail from around the globe. A visit offers up the opportunity to purchase everything from chocolate balsamic to Tuscan herbs that are sure to elevate your culinary experience. It’s a wonderful local stop to check out whether you’re looking for something for yourself to take back home, or you’re looking for a unique gift for family or friends.

Savor the Moment at Ritual Chocolate

When Park City visitors are craving a sweet moment during their getaway and want to shop local as well, Ritual Chocolate is the place to be. Located at 1105 Iron Horse Drive, Ritual Chocolate is a one-of-a-kind bean-to-bar experience where chocolate is crafted on-site and then sold all over the country. Swing by their store and café to enjoy hot chocolate, chocolate tasting options, and plenty of time to ask questions about the chocolate production process too. The setting is charming, and the experience is always palate-pleasing no matter when you arrive. If you go online in advance of your visit, you can even sign up for a weekly factory tour. Ritual Chocolate is known for hosting fun events year-round so be sure to check the calendar before you arrive for those as well. They’re open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm as well as Sundays from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm.

Make the Most of Time at Made in Park City

Yet another must-visit local business to enjoy during your stay is Made in Park City. Situated at 6541 N. Landmark Drive, Made in Park City puts its purpose right in its name! This convenient one-stop shop for locally crafted gifts, art, and souvenirs is a fun place to browse and a great way to invest in the local community. Shipping is available at Made in Park City to all 50 states if you find something you love but don’t want to risk damaging it in a suitcase heading back home. Here, you’ll find everything from clothing and food items to local art, home goods, and beyond. Don’t be surprised when you end up lingering longer than you originally planned!

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Even though it is not exactly business as usual here in Park City, we are excited to see the lights coming back on. While many restaurants are still offering curbside takeout and delivery, restaurants are adding their dine-in services back as an option, as well. And with the lovely parklets back on Main Street and plenty of patios to dine on eating out will continue to be a delectable summer activity.

Here is a list of Park City restaurants that are navigating reopening after the COVID-19-imposed hiatus.


350 MAIN:  Opening June 4th for dine-in and takeout 5 – 9 p.m.

501 ON MAIN: Open for Dine & Carryout, Thursday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

710 BODEGA:  Open for dine-in and delivery with a 3rd party provider.

ATTICUS COFFEE: Opening daily 8 a.m. – 5p.m.

BAJA CANTINA: Opening June 5th.

BACK DOOR DELI: Open to the public and curbside delivery available Monday – Friday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

BANGKOK THAI ON MAIN:  Open for dine-in & curbside pick up,11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. for lunch and 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. for dinner

BLIND DOG: Open Tuesday – Saturday from 4 – 9 p.m., with curbside pick-up, dine-in, and our online seafood market.


CORNER STORE: Open daily for curbside service 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

COURCHEVEL BISTRO: Opening June 18th, Thursday – Sunday from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.

DAVANZA’S: Open for curbside pickup and delivery, in-house dining 11a.m. – close

DEER VALLEY GROCERY CAFE: Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. beginning Friday June 5, 2020.

DOWNSTAIRS: Friday and Saturday 8 p.m. – Close.

EATING ESTABLISHMENT: Open Daily at 8:00 a.m.

ELEMENT PARK CITY PRIVATE CHEF & CATERING SERVICES: Personalized private chef & catering services for groups of all sizes. Request a quote today.

FAIRWEATHER NATURAL FOODS: Grocery open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily. Cafe open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for take out.

FLANAGAN’S ON MAIN:  Open for dine-in on Thursday 11:30am – 9pm, Friday 11:30 a.m – 10pm, Saturday 11:am – 10 p.m and Sunday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

FLETCHER’S: Open for dine-in and curbside pickup. Hours: Thursday – Monday 5 – 9 p.m.

FUEGO: Open for dine-in, curbside & delivery Monday- Saturday 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., Sunday 4:30 – 8 p.m.

HARVEST: Open for curbside pickup. Also offering the Harvest Abundance Box available for pick up between noon and 3 pm. 8 am. – 3 pm., daily

HEARTH AND HILL: Open for dine-in service. Our new hours will be: Monday – Saturday: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Masks required.

HIGH WEST: High West Saloon & General Store will open June 10, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. for dine-in and merchandise purchase services. Reservations are encouraged on Open Table. The Nelson Cottage will open on June 17. Curbside family meals and packaged bar set-ups for cocktail events will be available, as well as pre-arranged events like the 4th of July celebration.

HUGO COFFEE: Open for pickup, curbside delivery, or in-house seating (20 people total allowed).Monday-Friday 7 a.m. -3 p.m. and Saturday/Sunday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.For curbside delivery please call or text 435-901-4450

LUNA’S KITCHEN: (formerly Element Kitchen & Bakery): Open for dine-in, curbside & delivery 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday – Saturday

OLD TOWN CELLARS: Open for curbside wine sales 2 – 7 p.m., daily by calling 435-655-5291

PURPLE SAGE: Open nightly from 5:30-9:30pm – reservation recommended.

RED BANJO PIZZA: Open for dine-in, curbside & delivery Thursday – Tuesday, 12 – 7 p.m.

RED ROCK JUNCTION: Open from 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., daily

RIVERHORSE ON MAIN: Open nightly for dinner service: Monday-Thursday 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., Friday-Sunday 5 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHOCOLATE FACTORY: Open to the public Monday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

ROYAL STREET CAFE: Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Friday, June 26 through Labor Day, September 7, 2020.

RUTH’S CHRIS AT HOTEL PARK CITY: Open daily lunch Mon-Sun 12 – 4 pm and Dinner Mon-Sun 5 – 9 pm

SHABU: Open dialy from 5 – 9 p.m. with dine-in, take-out and delivery

SILVER LAKE SNACK SHAKE: Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Friday, June 26 through Labor Day, September 7, 2020. Then Saturdays and Sundays only through September 20, 2020. Take-away only.

SILVER STAR CAFE: Open for dine-in service. Live music dinner shows (starting May 28), and a la carte takeout. Family Meal Takeaway Menus every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday through the summer. Family takeaway menu will change weekly.

STATE ROAD TAVERN AT DEJORIA CENTER: Open for curbside service12 – 7 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday; 12 – 8 p.m. Thursday/Friday & Saturday

TEKILA MEXICAN GRILL & CANTINA: Open for dine-in, daily 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. curbside pickup & delivery

THE CABIN: Open Thursday & Friday 3 – 11 p.m., Saturday 11 am – 11 p.m. and Sunday 11 .m. – 10 p.m.

VERSANTE HEARTH & BAR: Open daily for dine-in, curbside, and delivery 4 – 10 p.m.

WINDY RIDGE BAKERY: Offering orders only via online in advance and picked up curbside at Bakery Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays  10 – 4 p.m., Thursdays, Fridays  10 – 6 p.m.

THE BRIDGE CAFE: Open daily  8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

THE SPUR BAR & GRILL Open Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 9 p.m.

TUPELO: Opening  June 4th serving Thursday – Saturday 5 – 9 p.m. and Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

TWISTED FERN:  Open for curbside delivery Wednesday – Sunday.

YUKI YAMA: Open for dine-in at 5:30 PM Reservations! NOW open for online orders & curbside pick up. Order 5 PM-8:45 PM (435) 649-6293.


Grub Steak: will reopen for dine-in service beginning at 5pm on July 1st.

Stein Eriksen Lodge: Will reopen July 1st for dine-in service. ; Breakfast: 7 – 10 a.m., Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Apres Mountain biking 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., Dinner: 6 – 10 p.m., Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.


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Park City, Utah, is one of the prettiest towns in the United States according to Forbes Traveler Magazine. It is known for its beautiful ski slopes, but there is nothing like skiing that will build an appetite; luckily Park City is not lacking in great restaurants. People visit Park City to ski and have a great time but one of the fun things to do is find some Park City restaurants you aren’t likely to find anywhere else in the world.


The Butcher Chophouse and Bar is good. How can you tell? Many of the customers on any given night are locals who get tired of shtick really quickly—they go where food is consistently good and fairly priced—that’s Butcher Chophouse and Bar. Steaks, seafood with a décor of dark wood, and an overall western feel, all combine to make this restaurant and bar a great place to visit.


Riverhorse on Main is a luxury restaurant with its own celebrity chef, Seth Adams. It’s also packed with history. If you’re coming to Utah, why not experience the history this restaurant’s atmosphere provides, with great food to boot. The setting is beautiful, the service is world-class, and whether you want an intimate and cozy setting, or a larger space, this is your place to eat.


The Royal Street Café is located right on the slopes in Deer Valley which is a very fun place to ski, and of course the Royal Street Café has great food that will satisfy any pallet, young or old. Whether you’re coming to ski or sight see, this restaurant puts you in the middle of it.


High West Distillery & Saloon is a ski-in saloon which serves its famous country pot pie, as well as a caribou sausage roll, among other great dishes. And as the name implies, choose from many an option of whiskey, bourbon, and other hard drinks to enjoy along with your meal.


The No Name Saloon & Grill is a joint located in a 1905 mission building that was once home to the Utah Independent Telephone Company. The décor has been called random vintage crap, with some taxidermy, rusty outboard motors, old sleds, and more old-timy drab saloon stuff. The food is great, with some wonderful artichoke dip, and burgers, and just about anything else you might want to try.


Yuki Yama Sushi is the destination for great sushi. Most don’t think Park City and think sushi, but seriously, after a visit here, you will forever think of Park City, Utah when you think great sushi and ramen. Yuki Yama Sushi has great food, excellent sushi chefs, and servers who know how to treat customers.


Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill is a great place to watch the game while you’re skiing in the area. Why not, life doesn’t stop while you’re here, and Collie’s offers everything you need in a sports bar including awesome sandwiches and other food, and it is right off the slopes. This is the kind of place you’ll go to visit and chat. The food, the beer, and atmosphere will make you want to sit around and watch the game, but also the other skiers, as all are having a great time at Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill.


Davanza’s is called funky and it’s definitely not a traditional place to get a bite to eat. Davanza’s has thousands of vintage beer cans as décor, and then there’s the meatball parm, buffalo chicken, and better than you can believe philly cheesesteaks. This is the kind of place you’ll look for an excuse to eat at, every chance you get while you’re in Park City.

Park City is a beautiful town and sits in one of the most memorable spots on earth. Come for the skiing, but remember you’ll have many Park City restaurants to choose from while you are here too. And when you come to Park City, let Adobe Park City help find a great place to stay while you’re here. You’ll create some great memories on the slopes, at one of our luxury rentals, and make some gastronomic memories at the local restaurants.