One of the favorite parts of a Park City, UT trip for most families includes eating at Park City restaurants after a relaxing day on the mountain. Park City’s restaurant scene features many dining choices with a wide selection of cuisine types. Think about some of these local restaurants during your vacation.
If you or your friends are in the mood for Mexican food, there are several great restaurants to choose from. Baja Cantina, situated by the Legacy Lodge at PCMR, has great food and delicious margaritas for the adults in the group. Another delicious pick is Nacho Mama’s, which serves up delicious fajitas, tacos, and soups. If your group is interested in something slightly less crowded, try Loco Lizard, located behind the Chevron by the I-80 exit.
In the mood for Asian cuisine? You can find lots of Japanese, Chinese, and Asian-fusion dining options in Park City. Shabu is an fine dining Asian restaurant situated at the top of historic Main Street; after trying the Kobe Beef tenderloin, you may not go to any other restaurant throughout your vacation. Some other great places include Wahso, a couple doors up from Shabu, and The Last Samurai, a family friendly and entertaining restaurant choice located at Kimball Junction.
Some of Park City’s top Italian restaurants include Grappa, Ghidotti’s, and Cisero’s. Cisero’s is a great choice for families or vacationers on a budget; and make sure to venture downstairs to the bar/dance club to work off that dinner. Grappa is a multi-award winning Italian restaurant located at the top of Main Street in a picturesque old house, and should not be missed. Ghidotti’s, located at Kimball Junction, is Park City’s most recently opened Italian restaurant, and boasts a unique atmosphere and menu.
Sometimes the best meal after a big, active day is a pizza, and Park City has lots of great pizza joints to pick from. Order a pie from Red Banjo or Main Street Pizza & Noodle, all located on Main Street, and get ready for a delicious, authentic pizza experience. If you would rather dine out than order in, try Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery, which cooks up huge east-coast style pizza that makes you feel right at home. Should you suffer from a case of extreme fatigue, all three places will happily deliver to your rental condo.
A light and healthy dinner of sushi is a great way to complete an eventful day in Park City. Choose from the Flying Sumo or Yuki Arashi, both on Main Street in downtown Park City. Both restaurants offer high-quality sashimi, sushi and tapas for palates of all varieties. Just off the beaten path, Blind Dog sushi bar is no less renowned; in fact, the sashimi and sushi are nationally recognized as some of the best you can find in the country.
These are only a couple of the highlights of the extensive list of great restaurant experiences in Park City, UT. Find a favorite or try them all; you will not leave hungry!
Copan HN – Stela M and the Hieroglyphic Stairway 03
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The Main Group represents the core of the ancient city and covers an area of 600 by 300 meters. The main features are the Acropolis, which is a raised royal complex on the south side, and a group of smaller structures and linked plazas to the north, including the Hieroglyphic Stairway and the ballcourt. The Monument Plaza contains the greatest concentration of sculpted monuments at the site.
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