It’s no secret that Park City is known for its wealth of outdoor recreation and its spectacular festivals, such as the Sundance Film Festival. But this small mountain town that is home to less than 10,000 people has something else that makes it unique: its cuisine.
Park City boasts more than 100 restaurants that serve a surprisingly diverse selection of food. Simply stroll along the town’s historic Main Street and you’ll pass fine dining establishments, pizzerias, upscale American restaurants, and a brew pub, and that’s just scratching the surface. As you can imagine, sampling all of Park City’s culinary offerings is a tough task for even those who have the heartiest of appetites.
Fortunately, you can get a taste of Park City’s cuisine, as well as a bit of a history lesson, on one of the three food tours offered in town. Park City Food Tours and Gourmand Tours in Park City offer guided walking tours of Main Street’s eateries, with both mixing in stops at casual and fine dining restaurants.
For something a little different, consider Utah Wine Tours, which whisks you off to the many craft breweries, wineries, and distilleries in Park City and in the general Salt Lake Area. Utah Wine Tours offers a wine only and a wine, beer, and spirits tour that can accommodate two to six people. These three tour companies offer their tours year-round.
With so many varieties of cuisine, beer, wine, and spirits to enjoy, it’s no wonder that Park City has become a paradise for foodies. If you consider yourself a food fan, or just want to enjoy a guided look at Park City and the surrounding area, then you owe it to yourself to arrange a food tour.