Visiting Park City, you realize the number of fine dining establishments our city has to offer. Popular dinner dishes, excellent wine pairings, and a variety of food choices are available to suit every palate.
But, what about breakfast and brunch?
Not to worry, Historic Park City has you covered for the most important meal of the day! We can even offer breakfast with a view of our spectacular downtown. Take your pick of morning dining options in Park City, with many offering dietary choices for gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan plates.
Fuel Your Morning
"At Harvest, we love three things - food, coffee, and people." Visit Harvest on the corner of Historic Main Street on 820 Park Ave. They believe in provenance, seasonality, creativity and connection and source many of their ingredients from local farmers and small-scale producers. Feel free to ask for vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free renditions of their dishes.
For a grand view of the ski slopes while eating breakfast, try The Bridge Cafe and Grill at 825 Main Street. Brazilian inspired food, which will fill you up and get you ready-to-go! Enjoy house favorites Brioche Breakfast and Brazuca Omelet. Most breakfast items can be ordered at any time of day.
Enjoy al fresco dining on the patio of Park City Provisions. Located at 221 Main Street, Park City Provisions serves vegetarian and vegan options, as well as meat-eating preferences in a historic atmosphere. "Early Fare" is served from 7:30am to 2:30pm. Enjoy Acai Smoothie or any one of their other gluten-free smoothies for your main dish or as an addition to your meal.
It's hard to go wrong with the traditional breakfast fare that's been offered at the Eating Establishment since 1972. With new owners, the restaurant has been spruced up a bit, but longtime menu favorites remain a mainstay and now can be enjoyed with beer, wine and cocktails. Win Win. Located at 317 Main Street.
Grab & Go
Local favorites Atticus and Java Cow serve up a combination of filling fare or sweet treats that pair perfectly with your morning cup of joe.
Sunday Brunch is an institution, and it’s no doubt that Park City holds its own in the brunch category. tupelo at 508 Main Street offers Sunday brunch with a southern twist. You can’t go wrong with the Bloody Mary bar or tupelo’s take on “Chicken & Biscuit”.
The list above is a small sampling of restaurants that serve breakfast on Historic Main Street. Explore the street for a comprehensive list of Historic Park City breakfast locations and start your morning right.