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I'll be in Park City for four nights in late January with a group of six guys who have appointed me to be in charge of entertainment. What are the best dinner options? This group is definitely more into fine dining and drinking than they are into skiing.

In terms of skiing I was thinking of doing one day at Park City, the Canyons, Deer Valley and Snow Basin. Since I've only skied Park City I was thinking it would be fun to check out all of the local areas.
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What are the best dinner options? This group is definitely more into fine dining and drinking than they are into skiing.
Well, if they are into fine dining, these two get top marks for dinner:


www.zoomparkcity.com

http://www.deervalley.com/dining_shopping/mariposa.html
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Originally Posted by couloir8 View Post
I'll be in Park City for four nights in late January with a group of six guys who have appointed me to be in charge of entertainment. What are the best dinner options? This group is definitely more into fine dining and drinking than they are into skiing.

In terms of skiing I was thinking of doing one day at Park City, the Canyons, Deer Valley and Snow Basin. Since I've only skied Park City I was thinking it would be fun to check out all of the local areas.
Depends on when in January. If it's during New Years week, you should make your dinner reservations now. Also, where are you staying? In any event, the following restaurants are consistently excellent:

1. The Mariposa
2. Bistro 412
3. Goldener Hirsch
4. La Pasch (slope side at Deer Valley)
5. Chimayo
6. Shabu

Baja recommended Zoom, and it's ok, but not great. Have fun.
post #4 of 10
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This is a great start on restaurants, how about bar recommendations?

We'll be staying at the Marriott Mountainside in Park City at the end of January.

And PCskier no matter how these guys ski it's always fun!
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This is a great start on restaurants, how about bar recommendations?
Depends on the kind of bar scene you are looking for.

If you want a neighborhood "bar" bar kind of place, then Doolans on lower main is a good place.

If you want a "black shirt" hipster kind of place, then the bar at Jean Louis (Heber and Main) is your place.

If you want a "ohmigod, I can't believe how wasted Tiffany is" kind of place, then Harry-O's is the place for you.

I've always liked the bar at Easy Street Brasserie (which has been closed for a year while they are building Sky Lodge, but is supposed to be back open soon) and the bar above 412 Bistro. Both have good vibes, and you can get some good grub pretty cheap too.

The Spur has a good bar. Ciceros has a bar next to it.

But maybe the best bar is the Sidecar. First, it is large enough to have live music. It looks over main street. It's right in the middle of town. It's right next to Shabu. But most of all, they have a killer pizza place as part of the bar called "Fat Kid Pizza" that has really good pie.

Have fun.
post #6 of 10
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Tiffany is a good friend of mine. But I certainly appreciate all of the bar suggestions. Thank you!
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Tiffany is a good friend of mine. But I certainly appreciate all of the bar suggestions. Thank you!
You and thirty other guys in the mens room at Harry O's.
post #8 of 10
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Hey PC skier- Thanks for the advice. It turns out we're going to be about a dozen people. would that number rule out any of your recommendations?
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Hey PC skier- Thanks for the advice. It turns out we're going to be about a dozen people. would that number rule out any of your recommendations?
Depends on your trip's proximity to Sundance. If it is during, you are in trouble. If not, make reservations now where you can. Bistro 412 doesn't really take reservations, but might for a large party. Kind of a smallish room though.

Have fun.
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We ate at Prime last year, it was the best meal we had all week.
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