The accent is on global cuisine at this restaurant.
The accent is on global cuisine at this restaurant. Head chef Jean Louis Montecot, the former executive chef at Deer Valley’s Goldener Hirsch Inn and La Cote Basque in New York City, mixes it up on his menu. The restaurant offers traditional Moroccan tajin with spicy lamb sausage, Peruvian escabeche and 20-ounce cowboy steaks, as well as creative pizzas and burgers served at the restaurant’s 28-foot-long onyx bar. Park City, Utah | 435.200.0260 | jeanlouisrestaurant.com
The interior of this restaurant is Vegas by way of New Jersey: campy, elegant and, paradoxically, casual and welcoming. Come for Italian-American comfort food: a bowl of minestrone, spaghetti with meatballs, pork osso bucco and, of course, cannolis. Park City, Utah | 435.658.0669 | ghidottis.com
Think of this restaurant as the “city” in Park City: bustling, loud, and the default destination for those looking for a cosmopolitan night on the town. Items to try include black-sesame sea scallops, classic steak frites, and black-truffle mashers. Park City, Utah | 435.649. 3140 | 350main.com
Boisterous as an après-ski bar and inventively pan-Asian in its tastes.
The last thing you expect to find in a nondescript mall on Main Street is Shabu, dressed in nightclub black, boisterous as an après-ski bar and inventively pan-Asian in its tastes. Firecracker shrimp and a Death Roll—made with soft-shell crab— share the bill with a Black Angus ribeye given the Thai treatment. Park City, Utah | 435.645.7253 | shabupc.com