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. The restaurant’s glowing ambience reflects both its cuisine and its turn-of-the-century industrial décor. Chef John Murcko brings a long resume of exquisite fine dining plus local Park City savvy, delivering a truly unique culinary experience in the heart of the town’s historical Main Street.
Come explore the savory results of a bold cooking style: a commitment to cooking a full menu over wood fire. Firewood’s locally sourced ingredients, exceptional fourteen-foot-long wood stove, extensive wine list, and abundant ambience deliver an extraordinary sensory experience.
What goes into a meal at Firewood? Several types of wood fuel inform a dish’s final taste. And food is sourced from worthy purveyors including Snake River Farms’ beef, Slide Ridge honey, Bear Lake Beef, Beehive Cheese, Ballard Farms, and Lone Star Lobster.
While embarking on your culinary adventure, you’ll also feel at home. Luxurious leather chairs, antique bar stools, locally-hewn and reclaimed hardwood décor, and blacksmith-forged lighting balance the space’s richness with warm familiarity.