We gave the 501 On Main Restaurant in Park City a try this time with our Groupon discount. We had dinner reservations for 6pm on a warm July Saturday evening. Glad we made the reservations because it was an exceptionally [Read more…]
Park City Restaurants
Be aware that Main Street Park City Restaurants are usually very busy during the ski season, especially after 6pm. It is highly recommended to make reservations, especially at the more popular, higher-end restaurants.
Tip: Be sure to stop by the visitor center on the way into Park City. There's a coupon book you can pick up that has discounts to restaurants. You may also find coupons in The Park Record (Park City local newspaper).
Park City Main Street Restaurant Review – Shabu
This time we used our Living Social voucher on a Friday night to give Shabu a try on Park City’s Main Street. We made reservations for 6pm and when we arrived the place only had a few tables occupied, but they said they were booked for the evening. About an hour or so later, the place was packed, so we do suggest you get reservations.
Our friendly waitress took our drink order: Sapporro Tin (Japanese Rice Lager, $8) and a signature cocktail, [Read more…]
Snake Creek Grill Restaurant Review
The Snake Creek Grill is located in Heber City, Utah which is just a short 15-20 minute drive from Park City. The Heber Valley, including Heber City and Midway, offers a variety of activities including snowmobiling, Heber Valley Railroad scenic trips, snow tubing at Soldier Hollow, hot spring soaks and scuba lessons at the Homestead Resort volcanic crater, cross-country skiing, golf, Provo River fly fishing, hot-air balloon rides, just to name a few. So if you take a [Read more…]
Reyes Adobe Park City Restaurant Review
One Friday afternoon for lunch we used our Living Social Deals Coupon at Reyes Adobe in Park City on Main Street. We arrived around 12:30pm and there were four other groups of people eating lunch that afternoon, so not too busy. The person who greeted us at the door was very friendly and seated us promptly. For a semi-empty restaurant, however, it seemed quite awhile for our waitress to come to our table and take our order. The menu had plenty of options to choose from, including the [Read more…]
Yuki Arashi Park City Restaurant Review
We went to Yuki Arashi in Park City on a Sunday afternoon to use another one of our Groupons. For $30, we got $60 of food to order. Yuki Arashi’s cuisine consists of Asian tapas, sushi, sashimi maki and bento boxes. From their lunch menu we ordered the Gyoza (8.95), pan-fried house made pork and cabbage dumplings with soy chili dipping sauce; Tempura ($12.95), a mix of vegetables, shrimp and eel; Teriyaki Beef Bento Box ($12.95) which comes with miso soup, salad, rice and tempura vegetables; two of their Special Maki-Sushi: The Seoul Roll ($15.95) which is ahi and albacore tuna, rolled with avocado and sriracha, tempura fried; and the [Read more…]