In Park City, Utah, new restaurants and creative menus are arriving on the scene, along with inventive chefs who are adding their own unique style to the area’s gastronomic offerings.
Chef Zane Holmquist is the vice president of food and beverage operations at the luxurious Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley. He explains that the dining options in the area have been enhanced greatly in recent years and the restaurants offer exceptional menus all year long.
He says, "We have an amazing collection of chefs in Park City that have come here to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle. We ski, board and ride hard. This creates a great eclectic mix of food styles, flavors and dining experiences to share with our guests."
These are a few Park City restaurants that are elevating the area’s culinary scene to new heights year-round.
Featuring an exceptional mountain view from its spacious patio, The Farm is an award-winning restaurant that serves up sustainable fare in a rustically chic environment. Emphasizing regionally-sourced ingredients, some of the specialties include the charcuterie board and farm cheese that showcases locals meats, homemade spicy mustard and relish, and fresh baked bread.
This eatery also offers a variety of craft cocktails and a robust wine list as well.
Located in the upscale Stein Eriksen Lodge, Glitretind Restaurant welcomes guests into an elegantly cozy environment with wood accents and blazing fireplaces. Known for its Skier’s Buffet and Sunday brunch, Glitretind offers soaring mountain views of the Deer Valley Resort.
Chef Zane Holmquist creates seasonal specialties that include sustainable ingredients. Favorite dishes here change with the seasonal menu. Desserts are memorable and include the Campfire tart, made with malted milk chocolate ice cream and marshmallow.