Favorite Lunch Restaurants in Park City Utah

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In order to get the most out of your Park City vacation, it’s essential that you make time for a lunch break to recharge and refuel. Whether you are searching for a healthy snack or a hearty meal, there are a wide variety of convenient Park City restaurants serving lunch fare.

Sandwiches offer a great combination of ingredients to prepare you for the afternoon’s activities, and no one does sandwiches like Leger’s. Located near Park City Market, Leger’s is a local’s favorite. Simply fill out an order form for your custom-made sandwich, submit it to one of the friendly deli workers, and a few minutes later, you’ll be enjoying one of the best lunches you’ve ever tasted. Be aware that there is very limited (2ppl) seating at Leger’s.

If you are closer to Main Street, the Back Door Deli or Main Street Deli are other viable sandwich alternatives. The Back Door Deli recently opened its doors to rave reviews on lower Main Street. Select from over 50 sandwich options, and supplement your order with one of a multitude of salads. Slightly further up, the Main Street Deli has been offering sandwiches and accompaniments in downtown Park City for years, all for a better price than many of its neighboring eateries.

Soups and salads are the quintessential combination of a healthy and filling lunch, and several places in Park City feature these on their menus.

Uptown Fare is a small, family-owned and operated café at the top of Main Street that leaves an indelible impression on its patrons with fresh soups that change often. The owner creates her daily menu at home and all offerings are fresh and ready to order. The ambience is relaxed and intimate; if you’re tall, you might need to bend over to navigate parts of the restaurant!

Perhaps the only way to eradicate your hunger is a juicy, high quality burger. In that case, check out No Name Saloon or the Rustic Creek Grill.

No Name is one of the top bar/restaurant combinations in town, and you can always find a good-sized crowd enjoying a ski break or a post-bike beer. The restaurant is known for its buffalo burgers, which are leaner and tastier than the ground beef variety (which you can easily substitute in if you are uninterested in expanding your culinary horizons). Add a drink from the extensive beer menu and you might wind up spending the afternoon.

If you’re looking for something in the center of town along Park Avenue, try the Rustic Creek Grill in the Park City Peaks hotel, across from the Park City Golf Course. The menu offers a tasty variety of options, but the blue cheese beef and chicken burgers are the headliners. With a kid’s menu and reasonable prices, the whole family can easily find something they enjoy on the menu. Don’t forget to sample the sweet potato fries!

A few other restaurants defy categorization but provide delicious lunch selections. Café Trang is an authentic Asian restaurant offering Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine. The relaxed setting and beautifully presented food should win over even the most reluctant eater. Highlights include the Pad Thai, sushi, and mango fish.

When nothing but a slice of pizza will satisfy, check out Davanza’s, located a few steps from the base of the Town Lift. The lively atmosphere and delicious assortment of pizzas and Italian fare will satisfy your lunch needs. An additional Davanza’s location can be found at Kimball Junction by the Taco Bell.

The last lunch recommendation on the list is Windy Ridge Café. Owned by the Bill White restaurant group, which operates four other upscale restaurants in town, Windy Ridge offers a contemporary twist on classic comfort food. Enjoy soups, salads, and sandwiches on the outdoor patio in the summer, and be sure to take home a dessert from the on-site bakery, which enhances the freshness and quality of the cuisine.

With so many world-class Park City lunch restaurants to choose from, don’t forget to take a break and visit one of these establishments during your Park City vacation.

About Katherine Phillips

Katherine Phillips moved to Park City, Utah in the winter of 2000 and decided to become a "local" the following summer. She is an avid skier and golfer who truly enjoys the Park City lifestyle. Please email her if you have an interesting story you would like published.

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