With the opening of the Pendry Park City boutique hotel last ski season visitors and locals got more than just a new ski-in, ski-out lodging destination, they got a handful of impressive new dining options. Pendry, which sits at the base of Canyon Village, boasts five new dining destinations — six if you include the hotel’s in-room dining service.
Folks with families will naturally gravitate to the kid- friendly Disco Pizza, which is a playful spin on the traditional checkered-tablecloth, red-sauce pizza parlor. In addition to house-made pizzas, pastas, and classic American-Italian comfort food, Disco Pizza offers handmade milkshakes, curated cocktails, wine, and cold beer — not to mention gaming, evening entertainment, and a real disco ball to light up the after-dinner bar scene.
Pendry also has the only rooftop lounge in Canyons Village. In addition to stunning mountain views, you’ll find an all-day menu of classic American cuisine at The Pool House. It’s a stylish spot with a heated pool, hot tub, and DJ sets on the weekend. The spicy shrimp ceviche is the perfect poolside dish, although youngsters might opt for crispy chicken tenders with tater tots. There’s also a terrific selection of salads, bowls, sandwiches, and burgers, and if you can suss out how to get the mile-high shrimp po’ boy into your mouth, you’re going to love it.
Centrally located in the Pendry lobby is a comfortable lounge and bar called Après Pendry. And while Après Pendry is the perfect spot for après ski, don’t let the name fool you — they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and après by the roaring fireplace. Sip on the hibiscus-infused Bisculicious cocktail while noshing on the jumbo shrimp cocktail, alpine fries, cheese and charcuterie, or the hearty elk and bison Bolognese.
Dos Olas (two waves) is a Mexican-style cantina that reflects Chef Carlos Segura’s Mexico City roots. Dishes like cauliflower with mole sauce, tinga de pollo tacos, fresh ceviche, and barbacoa nachos taste just a tad better with an icy margarita alongside. There is also a convenient to-go window at Dos Olas for quick and easy grab-and-go items.
KITA, which means “north” in Japanese, is Pendry’s eye-popping Japanese-style grill. They serve both steakhouse favorites and wonderfully fresh sushi. Appetizers that wow include the wood-grilled octopus, hamachi crudo, and katsu-fried cauliflower. The wood-fired chops and steaks are all either USDA Prime or American or Japanese Wagyu, and the Zuke Chu Toro cured fatty blue fin tuna is life changing.
Meanwhile, the in-room dining at Pendry runs the gamut. There’s a seductive Sunrise Sandwich, which is made with a house-baked croissant, fried egg, Niman Ranch Canadian bacon, and aged cheddar; a pan-seared ora salmon with orange mirin glaze; the buttermilk fried chicken; and the grilled vegetable gyro.
With so many dine and drink options at the all-new Pendry, one thing guests and visitors never need to worry about is where they’ll eat next.