Dining

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Historic Park City hotel offers new drinking and dining options

The old Star Hotel, located on Main Street, has a history that dates back to 1889. Once a simple, cottage-style home, the hotel was added on in the 1920s. Over the years, the historic piece of property has changed hands many times, finally ending up under the wing of Aaron Hofmann, who purchased the building
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Foraging at the Park City Farmers Market

When the weather warms, the lower parking area in Canyons Village morphs into a delightful sensory experience. Every Wednesday from mid-May to October from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Park City Farmers Market vendors fill the space with a rainbow of colors and smells — selling the best in local produce, baked goods, flowers, and
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60 years of Red Banjo Pizza

In 1962, the year that Mary Lou Toly opened Red Banjo Pizza Parlor on Main Street, “He’s a Rebel” by The Crystals was a hit, along with Bobby Pickett’s “Monster Mash,” The Orlons’ “Wah Watusi,” and Bobby Vinton’s “Roses Are Red (My Love).” JFK was in the White House and John Glenn became the first
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Blind Dog in Park City serves up family recipes, creates community

A life near the ocean laid the foundation for Penelope “Penn” Kinsey’s love of seafood. “I’m an east coast girl,” Penn says. “I was born and raised on oysters and blue crab. … I don’t remember learning how to shuck an oyster and I don’t remember eating my first oyster; they have just always been
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Slinging sushi in Park City

There is certainly no shortage of outstanding dining options on Park City’s Main Street. But for locals and visitors alike, one of the real standouts for many years has been Yuki Yama Sushi. The place is nearly always packed — and for good reason: Yuki Yama serves up some of the freshest and most creative
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The Market at Park City — more than a grocery store

The Market at Park City is more than a grocery store, it’s a venue for dozens of local and regional products — from honey and salsa to baked goods and cake mixes. All you have to do is spend some time perusing the aisles, keeping an eye out for the “Utah’s Own” sticker. At the
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Father-son duo mix music, family, and food at Sterling Steak & Lounge

When I chat with Lance and Jackson Sterling, the father-son duo behind Kimball Junction’s new Sterling Steak & Lounge, they’re making their way back to Park City after picking up a few things for the restaurant. Within minutes, the conversation gravitates toward food, which has always played a central role in the Sterling family history.
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Park City welcomes its first full-service, modern-day butcher

You could imagine a time during Park City’s mining heydays — long before places like The Market or Bill White Farms and Ranches were around — when there may have been a butcher shop or two that provided locals with their meat. But one thing is certain: they would not have looked   anything like Chop
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Dining

Nosh brings Middle Eastern food to Park City

The noun “nosh” is of Yiddish origin and can refer to “a snack or a light meal,” but also acts as a verb, meaning “to eat food enthusiastically.” Either usage applies to Nosh restaurant, which is both a terrific spot for a snack and a great place to enjoy delicious food (enthusiastically, of course). Enthusiastic
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Ioulia Greek Olive Oil Co. brings its Grecian wisdom to Park City

The Antonopoulos family — Stelios, his wife Christina Bhanos, and their 9-year-old twins Electa and Paris — has a heritage that revolves around olive oil. Their company, Ioulia Greek Olive Oil Co., is more than a business; it embodies their family’s culture and adheres to the ancient olive oil practices of Kalamata, Greece. Each drop
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