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Park City Casual Dining

O'Shucks

O'Shucks
O'shucks
A local's joint on Main street.

Locals have long sworn by this restaurant, a raucous Main Street joint festooned with surfboards, and its tables topped with bowls of peanuts.
Park City, Utah | 435.645.3999

The Morning Ray Café

The Morning Ray Café
The Morning Ray Café
A café with plenty of room to plan your ski day.

Try a Powder Hound omelet stuffed with mushrooms, scallions, and cheese. It comes with house fries and cinnamon toast; the Kashmir green tea chai lattes complements it well. Roomy booths give you space to lay out trail maps and plan your ski day.
Park City, Utah | 435.649.5686

Yuki Arashi

Yuki Arashi

Yuka Arashi, on Park City's Main Street, gets fish flown in regularly from Japan. Their tapas are inspired by Korean, Japanese and French cuisine—try the steamed pork belly buns or the New Zealand lamb chops with a mustard and miso dipping sauce. We liked the 84060 roll (the Park City zip code), which has spicy yellowtail, tempura shrimp, snow crab, mango, and spring greens, all wrapped in soy paper and drenched with eel sauce.

This Park City restaurant holds ski-town sushi to a high standard.

Yuka Arashi, on Park City's Main Street, gets fish flown in regularly from Japan. Their tapas are inspired by Korean, Japanese and French cuisine—try the steamed pork belly buns or the New Zealand lamb chops with a mustard and miso dipping sauce. We liked the 84060 roll (the Park City zip code), which has spicy yellowtail, tempura shrimp, snow crab, mango, and spring greens, all wrapped in soy paper and drenched with eel sauce. yukiarashi.com

High West Distillery and Saloon

High West Distillery and Saloon
High West Distillery
A revolution in the ski-in, ski-out world.

Park City has its own whiskey distillery. The best part? It's located near the base of Park City Mountain Resort's Town Lift. David Perkins and his business partner James Dumas have opened the High West Distillery and Saloon on Park Avenue, in a historic old auto repair shop. An attached house features several dining rooms and a bar where patrons sip Perkins's award-winning Rendevous Rye and dine on menus planned by Dumas, a local chef. Ski boots welcome. highwest.com

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