One of the most unique aspects of Park City is the vicinity of its historic downtown to both Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort. That, capped off with the area’s growing culinary scene, makes for a truly special ski experience. With Park City Mountain’s Quit’N Time run leading skiers and snowboarders directly to Historic Main Street, the midday meal options are plentiful. We compiled a list of restaurants on Historic Main Street where you can grab lunch just off the slopes before hopping back on Town Lift to continue your ski day:

Top of Main Brewery

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The walk up to Top of Main at the top of Historic Main Street is well worth it, or, if you’d rather hitch a ride, hop on the free Main Street Trolley. With classic brew pub fare—think Steak Sandwich, Turkey Mushroom Burger, and the Wasatch (spiced buffalo burger)—Top of Main offers as many beers to choose from as it does food items. After all, you’re probably pretty thirsty after spending the morning adventuring. 

A classic staple for locals, Davanza’s serves up a mean Philly Steak sub. Choose from pizza (sold by the pie or by the slice), burgers, or street-style tacos to satisfy your cravings. Go for the food but stay for the impressive beer can collection. With its laid back atmosphere and quick eats, you’ll be ready to get back on Town Lift and conquer the afternoon ahead. 

The Bridge Café and Grill

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Just steps away from Town Lift and lower Main Street, the Bridge Café and Grill’s menu consists of American food with a Brazilian flair.  Should the weather permit, the Bridge’s outdoor patio is a great option to soak up the midday sun. Breakfast is served all day, or, if you’re in the mood for a sandwich, menu options include Salmon Brioche, a Carioca Sandwich (oven roasted pork), and the Brazuca Steak Sandwich. 

The Eating Establishment

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Opened in 1972, Eating Establishment (or as locals call it, “Double E”) has long served diner-like favorites with its own original twist. Menu items include a classic Reuben Sandwich, Grilled Fish Tacos, or for those who really worked up an appetite, the Established Burger. The newly renovated space offers a laid back environment with an abundance of natural light. Take the free trolley to the top of Historic Main Street if you don’t feel like walking. 

Annex Burger

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Annex Burger is the family-friendly restaurant adjacent to the No Name Saloon. Featuring the same menu—including the world famous buffalo burgers—with the addition of kids' options. This is a great spot to feed the family on Main Street and get a little of the famous No Name flavor (need not be 21!). Open seating and no reservations are required at Annex!