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 - Davanza's

Davanza's - Park City

Davanza’s serves up pizza, sandwiches, burgers and tacos at two Park City locations. The affordable menu is a favorite for locals and visitors looking for a quick lunch or dinner. The interior of Davanza’s is lined with hundreds of pictures of locals, along with thousands of historic beer and soda cans. The Park Avenue location is within walking distance of the Town Lift, making Davanza’s an alternative to pricey on-mountain dining. Seating is somewhat limited, so Davanza’s does deliver seven days a week. Local beers are on tap, and make sure to check out the local specials.

-Davanza’s Park City is located at 690 Park Avenue, just past the Town Lift. 435-655-2222
-Davanza’s Kimball Junction is located at 6531 N. Landmark Drive, in the same parking lot at Taco Bell. 435-655-3222

Random Review: Cisero's Ristorante

After reading several reviews, we decides to dine at Cisero's, because we have 2 kids and sounded kid friendly (it is!!!). Service was so very kind since arrival. Food was rather mediocre. We had Trio for starters (artichokes, calamari and shrimp), Cisero fetuccini and shrimp over risotto. Can´t really say it was good. Price, well, $107 dollars dinner for two and a kid menu. Two glasses of red wine and a tanqueray gibson martini (not very good, very watery).

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Nightlife

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