We recently had dinner at the infamous Road Island Diner in Oakley, Utah which is about a 30 minute drive to the west of Park City. There is a long story about how this diner arrived in Oakley which is explained on the back of their menu or you can read the history at their website, Road Island Diner. The diner is actually on the National Register of Historic Places and is Utah’s only standalone restaurant on its historical list. Also, the Road Island Diner has been selected for the “2010 Best of State Award” as best [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).