It seems as if every time we turn around we are learning about the newest hot spot on Main Street. Typically this time of year we try and introduce you to the new shops, galleries, and restaurants in the Historic Park City area. This year is no different, although this year we are telling the story from a slightly different angle and looking at the changes on the street from a structural point of view. Sure, they often house new merchants, but in some instances we see a new face on an old favorite.

Join us for a little tour of a few changes you’ll notice the next time you visit Park City’s Historic Main Street. We hope to see you soon.


The Imperial Hotel – While researching for this blog post we stumbled across the improved Imperial Hotel. Wow. When can I check in?

Expect:

A private staff of concierges, drivers, and chefs. An enticing selection of food, beverage, and amenities tailored to your tastes. A place where your every need is anticipated and every desire fulfilled. That's the reality at Imperial House on Main Street — a hotel experience exclusively for you.

Explore:

221 Main Street | http://imperialparkcity.com/

 

Riverhorse Provisions – Located on the Lower Level of the Imperial Hotel, we’ve been anticipating the opening of this gem. This adorable little sibling to Riverhorse on Main delights in aesthetics, taste, and inventory.

Expect:

A quaint noshery and gourmet market located in the historic Imperial Hotel at 221 Main Street.

Explore:

221 Main Street | http://riverhorseprovisions.com/


Firewood – Firewood is new to Main Street, but the head chef and owner John Murcko is no stranger to Park City’s culinary scene. Firewood has found it’s home in the old Cisero’s space, but you likely won’t recognize the spot once you enter. They spent the fall renovating the building. We happen to think they did a mighty fine job.

Expect:

FINE CUISINE, FIRE-COOKED. Firewood is about the senses. About taste. About the warmth of a meal well made. It’s about experiencing locally sourced seasonal food cooked by wood fire, which enhances its flavor and keeps the connection between food and terrain.

Explore:

306 Main Street | http://firewoodonmain.com/


The Eating Establishment – This longtime favorite is under new ownership and recently enjoyed a remodel. New owners promise the same great breakfast and lunch, but also look to become a contender in Main Street’s nightlife scene. They’ve introduced a bar and plan to build cocktails the old fashioned way meaning everything from scratch. 

Expect:

Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Old-Fashioned Cocktails. Yes, please. Hear more of what to expect from the Eating Establishment’s new owners on this recent KPCW feature

Explore:

317 Main Street


The Spur – The Spur is certainly not a newcomer to Main Street, but now offers a significantly larger footprint and entrance on Main Street. We stopped by last week after a show at the Egyptian and were thoroughly impressed.

Expect:

Amazing bar food including famous wings, a classic 'Spur Burger' and a NEW brick pizza oven. There is also wine on tap, beer on tap and amazing signature cocktails!

Explore:

352 Main Street | http://www.thespurbarandgrill.com/


Church Public House – Located across from the former Kimball Arts Center location, the Church Public House is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and has a full bar.

Expect:

Food inspired by modern tradition, locally sourced and house-made daily.

Explore:

628 Park Avenue | http://www.churchpublichouse.com/

 

Harvest – At Harvest, they love people, food, and coffee. We’re big fans of those three as well particularly the Buddha Bowl of Goodness you can find at this sweet little spot on Park Avenue. We’re sure everything on the menu is just as tasty, but we can’t seem to pry our little eyes off the Buddha Bowl, maybe it is divine intervention?

Expect: Well, food, coffee, and people for starters. You can also expect your meal to provide more than sustenance. You can expect provenance, seasonality, creativity and connection. There’s also that Buddha Bowl we told you about.

Explore:

820 Park Avenue, Suite 101 | http://harvestparkcity.com/


If you haven’t had a taste of Park City recently, we hope we’ve teased your taste buds a little. Which new spot or old favorite is next on your list? Explore all Historic Park City has to offer at http://www.historicparkcityutah.com/eat-drink.