As the summer season in Park City continues to get busier, dining deals at local restaurants have become a bit less prevalent. Thankfully, a few good ones abound, making it possible to dine out affordably during the summer. No matter your craving, you should be able to find something to satisfy it without breaking the bank. Here are some of our top picks for local deals.
A casual sushi spot in the Summit Watch Plaza on Lower Main, Oishi’s creative and tasty rolls rival the fresh fish that coastal cities are celebrated for. Dine indoors or outside on the plaza to enjoy their half price rolls through the fall season. Friendly, knowledgeable service included!
BLIND DOG GRILL
Located at The Yard on Kearns Boulevard, Blind Dog Grill is a
Park City is the unofficial capital of family friendliness for both residents and visitors. There are activities and events to cater to every interest and age. And summer is the best time to experience it all, but these days there is so much going on that it can be hard to choose what to partake in! There are many cultural offerings, activities to learn more about local history and nature, and endless recreation like fishing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, and hiking. Here is a round-up of some of our favorites that you may not have thought of, but promise to make you fall head over heels with Park City all over again.
UTAH OLYMPIC PARK
The 2002 Olympic venue for bobsled, skeleton, luge and ski jumping, the Utah Olympic Park has
Art lovers rejoice! Hundreds of North American artists will descend upon Park City’s Historic Main Street to showcase and sell their works during the Kimball Arts Festival, August 3 to 5. Home to what has become one of the top-rated arts festivals in the U.S., Park City once again has the chance to shine for the 49th annual festival. This year, 225 artists were selected via a blind jury and invited to participate. They will come from 34 states and Canada.
Not only is this all-weekend event a celebration of art, but it also serves as the largest fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center. As part of a collaboration with Park City to share its vision of a sustainable, walkable, livable, vibrant Arts and Culture District, the Kimball Art Center intends to
Judging from the countless number of talented bands and musicians in the Park City and Salt Lake City areas, it seems this beautiful mountain life inspires endless creativity. The natural environment also makes for a variety of stunning concert venues to enjoy music in the great outdoors. The number of free concerts throughout the summer continues to grow each year, which makes it feel like a season-long music festival. Pack a picnic – or pick up some cuisine to go at a number of local eateries – and head for the hills with friends and family to check out some of the talent this summer in and around Park City. All ages are welcome at every performance.
There are free concerts virtually every day of the week. Here are some venues and highlights to
Park City has long been dubbed “Bark City” due to our dog-centric lifestyle. And we don’t limit our dog-obsessed culture to mountain biking and hiking with our dogs. We dine with them whenever possible during our gorgeous summer months. Throughout Park City, there are an array of outdoor dining patios at various restaurants that welcome Fido. So whether you live in this amazing mountain town or are just visiting with your furbaby, here are four of our favorite options to consider.
Deer Valley Grocery Cafe Its expansive patio overlooking the Deer Valley ponds at Snow Park, gourmet fare, and ample parking make Deer Valley Grocery Cafe a casual hot spot for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner. Dogs have plenty of space to relax by their owners’ tables.