Busy ChefsPark City is known for it’s high end cuisine and exquisite dining experiences.  Just take a walk down Main Street and you will find many restaurants just waiting for you enter and experience tastes unlike any other.  Below is a list of the top rated restaurants in Park City, Utah.  

Riverhorse on Main

No matter what source you go to looking for the best restaurant in Park City, you will find Riverhorse among the top ten.  It was the first restaurant in Utah to receive the prestigious DiRoNa award, an award given to only the best restaurants across the nation (currently held by less than 100 restaurants).  They serve American fare and fine wines.  

No Name Saloon

While most people don’t think of a bar when they think of their top ten restaurants list, No Name Saloon consistently makes the list of best restaurants in Park City.  It is the oldest and most popular bar located on Main Street.  The bar is themed, quaint, and home of the Buffalo Burger.  

Ghidotti’s Italian Restaurant

Ghidotti’s is a upscale Italian restaurant located on Market Street.  Everything from the decor to the food transports you to a beautiful Mediterranean Villa for a delightful Italian meal.  The entire restaurant is classy yet creative.

Grappa

Grappa’s is an Italian restaurant located on Historic Main Street.  The restaurant is beautiful and romantic, offering a cozy yet high end dining experience.  It is themed after an Italian country farmhouse.  The top floor of the restaurant offers a beautiful panoramic view of Park City.

Chimayo

Chimayo is a Southwestern restaurant also located on Main Street.  This restaurant is a local favorite, serving dishes such as duch enchiladas, London broil of elk, and mustard encrusted salmon.  It is a must-visit for any tourist traveling to Park City.

Yuki Yama Sushi

Yuki Yama has secured the top restaurant spot on TripAdviser.  It is a contemporary restaurant that blends Korean and Japanese cuisine to delightfully satisfy your palette.  If you sit in the right location, you can watch the chefs at work creating masterful dishes.  Yuki Yama means “snowy mountain” and is named for the beautiful peaks of the Wasatch Mountains.