Date Night Ideas in Park City


With its snow-covered mountains and twinkly lights galore, Park City is a natural spot for magical evenings. And when it’s time to plan a night for that special someone–there are so many spectacular restaurants to choose from!

Riverhorse on Main

Nothing says romance quite like a meal at Riverhorse on Main. As one of the nation’s top restaurants and one of the oldest, most distinguished spots on Main Street, Riverhorse gets romance right with their ethereal decor and their delicious menu highlighting seasonal ingredients. Try their duck fritters with blood orange gastrique, foie cream, watercress and pistachio, or the classic macadamia nut-crusted Alaskan halibut with tender stem broccoli, herb-whipped potatoes and mango. Trust me, this flavor explosion will make you swoon!

tupelo

Tupelo features elevated, globally-inspired New American cuisine in a stylish and upscale setting. Grab a table by the window to basque in the enchanting lights of Main Street. Treat yourself to their mouthwatering menu highlighting the finest seasonal ingredients. Two great dishes for tasting and sharing are the smoked rainbow trout on sourdough toast with avocado, dill cream cheese and spicy house kimchi, or the Beef and Barley–comprised of wagyu sirloin, sautéed farm greens, barley risotto, autumn vegetables and garlic purée. Pair your meal with a tasty bottle of wine from Tupelo’s extensive wine list.

Powder at Waldorf Astoria Park City

 

If you need one excuse to venture over to the Waldorf Astoria in Park City, make it a meal at Powder. The richly colored wood flooring, romantic lighting and stunning views of Powder’s alpine paradise offer an ideal setting for an intimate evening in Park City. Always start with the local cheese and charcuterie board served with cured meats, cheeses, house pickles, dried fruits and preserves. They also always offer a seasonal tasting meal as well as a special menu for Valentine’s day you can find here

Firewood

When you walk in you’ll realize Firewood is about the senses. It’s about experiencing locally sourced seasonal food cooked by wood fire, which enhances its flavor and keeps the connection between food and terrain. The restaurant’s glowing ambience reflects both its cuisine and its turn-of-the-century industrial décor. Chef John Murcko brings a long resume of exquisite fine dining plus local Park City savvy, delivering a truly unique culinary experience in the heart of the town’s historical Main Street.

Handle

Everything at Handle feels specials. A bit tuck away on Main Street, Handle still provides all the ambience once you cozy up and prepare yourself for a thoughtfully prepared meal. Everything at Handle is driven by the seasons, striving to source local and regional ingredients at the height of freshness. Enjoy small plates (get the buffalo cauliflower) and fun cocktails in an intimate setting. 

Glitretind


Elegance is served at award-winning Glitretind Restaurant lolcated in Stein Eriksen Lodge. The warm, luxurious environment is framed by stunning surrounding views of Deer Valley Resort. VP of Food and Beverage Operations and Corporate Chef, Zane Holmquist, focuses on seasonal menus and fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients for his award-winning dishes and our knowledgeable sommelier is charged with selecting, purchasing, and pairing the wine for seasonal menus. Reservations are highly recommended.

 

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