Although Park City is blessed with a plethora of fine dining options, as locals we are spoiled and love it when we have new choices. Hopefully, you will have an opportunity to try one or both of these new restaurants, located at Park City’s “Sky”, on Heber Avenue in Park City’s historic district.
Table One at Sky (Formerly “Easy Street” at the Sky Lodge)
A 24-foot communal dining table serves as Table One’s center piece where guests can mingle and get to know one another. “Traditional” seating is also available. The cuisine is cutting-edge and the setting is a beautiful, contemporary room with an open kitchen. Chef Kevin Dalebout moved to Table One from the highly rated Mariposa at Deer Valley® Resort Resort. His cuisine is artfully prepared, and the dinner menu includes locally sourced “mountain fare” such as venison, rabbit and rack of lamb.
Table One is also open for breakfast and it’s definitely the most beautiful breakfast space in downtown Park City. There are hearty offerings, such as housemade buttermilk biscuits and gravy, a breakfast burrito with chorizo and queso fresco, along with lighter options such as house made granola, yogurt and fresh fruit.
Tavern at Sky (Formerly “Easy Street’s Downstairs Bar at the Sky Lodge)
For lunch, après ski and late night drinks, check out Tavern. This British-inspired gastro pub serves hearty, high-end pub fare complimented by an impressive list of 55 imported and microbrew beers and 25 wines by the glass. The setting is cozy and intimate. British Chef Ashley Chapman studied under the renowned Gordon Ramsay, and offers a unique seasonal menu perfect for Park City’s mountain winter. The menu offers locally sourced items such as Utah Trout and Bison Cottage Pie. With valet parking (or skiing in on the town lift), it’s easy to get in and out of Tavern for a quick lunch. Although the room is so warm and cozy, you may not want to leave.