Park City Restaurant Guide

Ski Town Restaurants welcomes you to the Park City, Utah Restaurant Guide! Park City is a beautiful resort town famous for its three major ski resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons and Deer Valley. Originally settled by miners and then declared a ghost town, Park City is now home to the Sundance Film Festival, world-class shopping, Utah's best nightlife, and a plethora of restaurant options.

With over 120 restaurants, Park City is a food lover's paradise. Some of the most popular cuisine types in Park City include American, European, Steaks & Seafood, Brew Pubs, Pizza, Sushi, French, and Italian. Park City is also known for its nightlife, with an abundance of bars, saloons, clubs, and breweries.

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Featured Park City Restaurant - Nick's Greek Cafe

Nick's Greek Cafe - Park City
Nick’s Greek Café is the only restaurant in Park City offering traditional Greek cuisine, as well as Japadawgs and Asian sanwiches. It is the only Greekinese restaurant you may find anywhere!
In addition to traditional dishes such as Moussaka, Nick's menu includes mouth watering dishes like Huge Gyro sandwiches, Spanakopita, Japadawgs, Viet Sandwiches, noodle bowls, rice bowls, Baklava and much more.
Located next to The Market at Park City and the liquor store, Nick’s is a local favorite because of its freshly prepared dishes and reasonable prices.
Beer and wine are available, as well as a kid’s menu. Take-out is a popular option.

Nick's Greek Cafe is open 7 days a week from 11am – 9pm.

Random Review: Red Rock Brewing Co.

Food is ordinary at best. Service is spotty too. Now that Maxwell's is open, there is no reason to go here.



Looking to grab a drink tonight? Check out our Park City Nightlife Guide