Park City Provisions by Riverhorse at the top of Main Street is a wonderful addition to Park City’s Old Town. Part restaurant and part gourmet grocery store, there are delicious prepared items to eat onsite or take home, and unusual grocery items for when you need just a couple of things. I’d expect nothing less than excellence from a company associated with one of Park City’s top rated restaurants (and one of my favorites) Riverhorse on Main, and its executive chef, Seth Adams.
On a family ski trip and forgot the Rice Krispies for your kids? Hosting a dinner party and looking for some fine cheese and charcuterie? Chips, jams, fresh meats, olives, chocolates and even CBD oil based products are just some of what you’ll find here at the market. This is what truly sets this operation apart from other cafes on Main Street. Some others have tried to offer groceries, but seem to have a difficult time keeping the dust off the product.
The folks at Park City Provisions by Riverhorse are up early to provide breakfast starting at 7:30 a.m. The offerings go through lunch and into dinner up until 9:00 p.m. Unlike the finer stylings of Riverhorse on Main, dinner here is casual and less expensive. The cafe is small and full of character. Espresso, wine, beer and “no frills” cocktails are served. Reservations are not accepted.
If you’re looking for grab and go bites on Main Street and don’t have time for the downstairs cafe, the deli, located upstairs in the market, has many options. Grab a sandwich or a cooked side that varies from pasta and potato salad to broccolini, marinated vegetables and roasted carrots. For those with a sweet tooth, try a croliner: Utah’s version of a cross between a croissant and a donut.
Grab & Go Options, Chef-Prepared Meals & Après-Ski Packs
Looking for an easy, delicious holiday menu? Want to enjoy après-ski in the comfort of your room or home? Heading to one of the many summer concert options in Park City? Need a quick dinner option from frozen?
These are all great scenarios that Park City Provisions can handle for you. Their website offers their current catering and chef-prepared meal options. And in-store you’ll always find great grab and go options, including from frozen. I hear the lobster pot pie is out of this world.
As if this wasn’t already the ultimate culinary space that keeps on giving, there is even a 1,500 sf condo available for rent at the top of the building, also owned by Riverhorse. Who knew!?
Old Town Porch Sitting
One of my favorite things about the upstairs market and deli is the front porch. It transports you to an old town Park City of days past, and even has a dog friendly section (how very Park City).
What’s your favorite things about Park City Provisions by Riverhorse? Favorite item from upstairs, downstairs or the cocktail menu? I’d love it if you shared your thoughts with me in the comments.