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Mid-fat, uh, Mid-price Park City restaurants

post #1 of 5
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Any recommendations for such a beast? We usually eat pretty cheaply (El Chubasco, the teriyaki place, rotisserie chicken from the Grocery Store Formerly Known as Dan's) or splurge (Grappa) but can't seem to find the sweet spot in between ($15-$25 entrees). And to be even pickier, no pub food please.

post #2 of 5

Not sure if it would classify as pub food, but Squatters microbrewery has good, affordable food. A good variety and everything I've eaten there (particularly the ahi tacos) has been very good. It's better than the cheap stuff you mentioned and right in your price range. I wasn't as impressed with Wasatch. 

post #3 of 5

Good Karma if you like Indian Food.  It's "Indo-Persian", but you can manage a good Indian meal there in your sweet spot.  Not cheap, but not crazy expensive either.  Prospector area.

 

Sammys (off Bonanza Dr).  Unique and traditional options, good prices, $10-$20+ entrees.  Same set of buildings as El Chubasco.

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Answering my own question, I found Vinto at the very end of Main. Nouveau Italian: thin crust pizza and pastas ($12-15), inexpensive wine by glass or bottle, nice space.

 

Did not get to Sammys but it was pretty busy when we went by.

post #5 of 5

So, after thinking this through, you traveled from the east coast (i.e. the only place in the country that can make proper pizza) to Utah and ate pizza/Italian? And you were worried about pub food? biggrin.gif wink.gif

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