The Sundance Film Festival wraps up this weekend, with Sunday being the last day. If you plan to head to Park City, Utah to take in the final days of the festival or to hit the ski slopes, here are some popular eating spots that the locals and visitors frequent.
There’s a variety of cuisines to choose between – from pizza to steak to seafood.
Davanza’s is a local favorite and they are known for making everything from scratch. Their sauce, dough, pizza and burgers are all handmade. The prices at Davanza’s are reasonable and affordable. They offer a great variety of toppings for their pizzas, the burgers range in price from $5.50-$5.75 and includes Veggie burgers. There’s also sub sandwiches including the Philly Steak, tacos, salads and beer. Davanza’s now has three locations: 690 Park Ave. and 6531 N. Landmark, at Kimball Junction – both locations in Park City and a Salt Lake City location at 2352 Foothill Dr.
The Bridge Cafe & Grill at 825 Main Street offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast includes omelets, french toast and pancakes. The menu also has soups and salads, burgers, deli sandwiches and fish & chips. There’s also The Bridge Platters; dessert including delicious cheesecake and a kids menu. For people who prefer an outside atmosphere, The Bridge is known for its outdoor patio. Phone: (435) 658-5451
Butcher’s Chophouse & Bar is elegant but casual. This characteristic makes it a local favorite with its casual attire, kid friendly menu and a late night menu until 12 am. Their menu includes steak, pork chops, lamb chops, chicken, spaghetti and seafood. They have a spacious, outdoor patio for dining. Butcher’s is located at 751 Main St. in Park City. Hours are 4 p.m.-midnight. Phone: (435) 647-0040.
Seafood lovers will love the Seafood Buffet, 2250 Deer Valley Dr. It has been named one of America’s top restaurants in the Zagat Restaurant Guide. It not only has a variety of seafood including sushi, crab, oysters, salmon and tuna, but they also have prime rib, pasta and homemade desserts. There’s also a cocktail and wine menu. The Seafood Buffet is pricey – $34 for children 11 years and under and $62 for adults. Phone: (435) 645-6632
For some tasty Asian food, visit Bangkok Thai on Main, 605 Main St. Their menu includes crab, lobster, chicken, coconut shrimp, dumplings, soup, salads, tuna, salmon, prawns, duck, curry, rice and noodles and Wok fried dishes. They also have an extensive wine list. The Bangkok Thai has won an award for the Best Thai Fine Dining in the state of Utah 2011.