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Tag - Dining in Park City

Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we believe them! Where will you find the energy for a fun day on the slopes, shopping, or for Nordic skiing on Park City’s trails, without a delicious and nutritious breakfast?

Finding a solid breakfast or brunch spot can be challenging – especially if you’re visiting an area for the first time.  Breakfast and brunch choices are often a matter of preference, depending on what kind of morning meal you prefer and what kind of time you have. Are you a hardcore bruncher who spends hours enjoying a meal every Sunday morning? Or are you the grab-and-go type? Whether you prefer to grab a cup of coffee and a quick bite on the run, or prefer full-on sit-down brunch, Park City, Utah has breakfast and  brunch options to suit every taste bud. 

‘Tis the season to imbibe a few of the Park City area's locally crafted seasonal brews - after all, they only come around once a year!  Seasonal brews are perfect for any occasion, including après-ski, holiday parties, Sunday afternoons while cheering for your favorite football team at a local bar (or in your living room), or at the Park City restaurant of your choice. We threw together a seasonal six pack that includes an array of flavors for every taste to get you ready for the winter holiday season.

If you can't join us here in Park City for the Thanksgiving holiday, why not add a taste of Park City to your celebrations at home? With so many unique, delicious, and locally produced foods, beer and spirits, it's easy to make room for Park City at your Thanksgiving dinner table. Here are a few ideas to whet your appetite:

Going to be in Park City, Utah this Thanksgiving? Leave the turkey baster at home and head to one of Park City’s restaurants for a full Thanksgiving dinner or buffet among the company of your friends and family. Check out this list of area restaurants with special menu and dining options for Thanksgiving dinner. Make your reservations soon as you want to be sure there is a seat for you and ALL your loved ones to enjoy the holiday.

We’ll be playing in the snow before we know it and as the season begins to shift, it often means our appetites do too. Cravings for margaritas are replaced with those for hot toddies, gazpacho is replaced with hearty chili and stews, and grilling gives way to spit-roasted leg of lamb. We’ve rounded up a few fall menu items from area restaurants that are sure to comfort, keep you warm, and help get you ready for a great winter ahead.

It’s commonly understood that mountain biking and beer go hand-in-hand. Who doesn’t love an ice cold one after a mountain bike ride in the summer sun?  One of Park City’s local breweries, Squatters, even named one of their beers “Full Suspension” in ode to mountain biking, noting that it “really smooths out the bumps.”  There are quite a few Park City restaurants and breweries that are conveniently located at trailheads all over town.  We have a few post-ride recommendations for after you explore one of Park City’s classic mountain bike trails.

It's time to Sundance! On Thursday, January 21 Sundance Film Festival opens in Park City, as well as in Salt Lake City and Ogden, UT. This year, we expect over 40,000 festival-goers, filmmakers and celebrities to descend on our tiny mountain town for the 10-day festival.  While we welcome the crowds, it does make for some logistical challenges - especially when it comes to snagging a hard-to-get dinner reservation. I often joke that it's sometimes easier to score a ticket to a Sundance premiere than to get a table at your favorite Main Street restaurant. But with a little advance planning and flexibility, it can be done. Here are some tips to dine your way around the Sundance Film Festival:

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