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.

We welcome you to the Park City Dining Guide. If you need any additional help with choosing a restaurant or planning group events, please feel free to contact us using the “Ask a Local” feature.

Featured Park City Restaurant - Table One

Table One - Park City
Table One is the signature dining experience at the Sky Lodge on Main Street. Relax, have fun and enjoy inspired, artfully prepared meals in one of Park City's most progressive restaurants.
A 24-foot communal dining table serves as Table One's center piece where guests mingle and exchange tales from their magical day on the slopes. The dining room has several unique features including the exquisite show kitchen where guests can watch from their seats in the dining room as Chef Kevin Dalebout and his team prepare and finish every dish served to each guest.
Come as you are—hungry for cutting-edge cuisine, engaged, relaxed, sophisticated—for spectacular food and drinks offered in a contemporary setting at Table One.
Table One is open daily for breakfast from 7am to 11am and dinner from 6pm to 10pm. Located on the ground level of the Sky Lodge, in the historic Utah Coal and Lumber Building on Main Street.
Reservations are recommended and can be made online using the Open Table link on this page.
Complimentary valet parking.

Random Review: 350 Main

We enjoy upscale restaurants and have heard great things about 350. This was not their night. After 45 minute wait post our reservations we were seated. We did not order apps or salads but 1 wine. After the wine came we order another and the next thing we know, our meals are presented, probably less than 10 minutes from when we ordered. My Sea Bass were two small thin filets luke warm. My wine was delivred half way into my meal. My wife's Ono Ono was very good, hot, but again two very small peices. We were rushed out since we were not ordering desserts. Not a great experience and will not go back next year.



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