By Monika Guendner Steve and Sue Demarest had the idea to open a restaurant in a mountain resort town for years, but it was the joy and endless happiness of their favorite dog that shaped the establishment they would build. “The whole philosophy behind Fletcher’s […]
By Monika Guendner Park City has grown into a destination of craft beer choices, and one of the delicious examples is at Red Rock Junction in the Redstone Center, Kimball Junction. The full-service restaurant features its own beers from the Red Rock Brewery, brewed in […]
Emerson Oliveira may have been programmed to become a restaurant owner.
For Jeff Ward and Lisa Cilva Ward, running the Silver Star Café in Thaynes Canyon is almost a replication of their first dates as a couple about 30 years ago.
“What I’ve noticed about MOD is that they are a company that gives back to their workers,” Park City’s MOD Pizza General Manager Chris Liu said. Employees that work 26 or more hours a week qualify for health, dental and vision insurance.
It’s always a coup to move to a town and find a locals’ hangout, secret stash or bar. But when that location hides in plain sight, much like the Hogwarts’ Platform 9 ¾, the knowledge can seem a bit magical.
Travis Axtell, owner of Purple Sage restaurant, could probably use his local lineage as a way to trumpet his path to culinary success in Park City. Instead, the self-described low key restaurateur has quietly succeeded in business with a deep-rooted level of locality infused throughout the space.
There’s a restaurant in town that may get overlooked by residents because it’s wrapped in a hotel with a nationally known name. But Park City Marriott General Manager Luis Olivas hopes that will soon change with an upgrade of DEN Restaurant’s winter menu. DEN is […]
Located in a building with a simple facade, away from the foot traffic of Main Street, and in an area called the Warehouse District, Windy Ridge Café is one of Park City’s worst-kept secrets, especially among loca
The Deer Valley Grocery Café may not be the largest restaurant in Park City – with 56 indoor seats and a balcony of tables for summer outdoor dining – but it a small but mighty force in the lower Deer Valley area.
Squatters Roadhouse Grill on the corner of Park Avenue and Kearns Boulevard may be part of a local chain of beer pubs, but like many things in town, Park City culture has made it its own.
When Kevin Valaika talks about why Shabu, the restaurant he and his brother Robert began, has been a success for the past 14 years, it’s not a simple answer.
Sitting down with Adolph Imboden, owner and chef of Adolph’s Restaurant, is spending time with a Park City icon, one that has built a successful life in the mountains. Imboden’s passion for his life’s work and play comes out in his tone as well as his enthusiasm.