11 Places That Serve the Best Breakfast Park City Locals Recommend
11 Places to Find the Best Breakfast in Park City
Are you looking for the best places to eat in Park City for breakfast? Park City, Utah is famous for many things, and we just might have to add breakfast to the list. There are so many great options to choose from, including world-famous buffets, no-frills bagel shops, trendy coffee shops in Park City, and even places you can ski in/ski out of. Start your day off right and eat at one of these 11 best breakfast places in Park City.
Park City Breakfast Places
If you’ve spent an extended period of time in Park City, or any ski town for that matter, you know that breakfast is a sacred meal. You need fuel to ski all day long and socialize all night long. That’s why mornings in ski towns are a special time. The smell of coffee and sizzling bacon fills the air as locals pop into their go-to spots for a hot meal before hitting the slopes. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite before hitting the road, somewhere to bring your future in-laws for dinner, or just a place to sit with friends over eggs and mimosas, here are some great suggestions for places that serve the best breakfast in Park City.
1 | Harvest | Harvest is fairly new to the food scene in Park City, but it is all the rage. Located in an old train station, you’ll find one of the best breakfast places in Park City. This restaurant is Australian style breakfast and lunch plus gourmet coffee, smoothies and acai bowls. One of Harvest’s core values is coffee and they use fair trade beans that are roasted locally and then the baristas really put their love into the coffee. So even if you only have time to pick up a cuppa, it’s definitely worth it here.
The food is also really fresh and delicious and many of the ingredients come right from local farmers and they only use the best quality and try to use foods in season so you know you are getting the freshest and best tasting food. The chefs turn the high-quality ingredients into the delicious dishes. Make sure to try one of the most popular items- Smashed Avocado Toast which is 2 poached eggs and bacon with avocado on sourdough toast.
WHERE: 820 Park Ave #101, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-604-0463
2 | Five5eeds | Five5eeds is one of the best and most popular places for breakfast in Park City for visitors and locals alike. This hip restaurant is an Australian husband and wife team and they offer creative American and Australian dishes for breakfast and lunch. This restaurant is an absolute must try for foodies and health mavens alike. The menu is very creative and sometimes uses interesting ingredients, but the dishes turn out absolutely amazing every time.
You absolutely have to try: the savory waffles and crumbed chook, the smashed avo and peas on toast, the hotcakes, the Aussie French toast and the pulled pork benedict. You absolutely can’t go wrong with any of these dishes and if you are visiting Park City, you might just find yourself at this restaurant more than once in a week and we absolutely wouldn’t judge you for it.
WHERE: 1600 Snow Creek Drive EF, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435 901-8242
3 | The Eating Establishment | The Eating Establishment is one of the classic places to go for breakfast in Park City. They’ve been serving up the best brunch since 1972 and you can even order their breakfast all day long. The ownership changed in 2017 so now they also have a bar, cocktails, craft beer and coffee. This is an amazing place to have brunch on the 4th of July, but make sure you get here early because it’s very popular!
The food is delicious and classic diner breakfast food. Many of the dishes include omelets, egg benedict and chicken fried steak with eggs. The environment is casual and laid back and there are some great outdoor dining options. It’s in a perfect location at the top of Historic Main Street and you’ll definitely love your breakfast here.
WHERE: 317 Main St, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-649-8284
4 | Deer Valley Grocery Café | Located in the Deer Valley Resort Plaza Building, the Deer Valley Grocery café is a no-fuss incredible café with outdoor seating and the most stunning mountain views. You won’t want to rush here because the views are truly to die for. Some of their most popular items are the Irish Oatmeal and House made Coconut Yogurt, the avocado and beet toast and the crustless quiche. Their specialty coffees are also great. There is truly something for everyone. Another bonus is that you can bring your furry friend on the patio to dine with you.
WHERE: 1375 Deer Valley Dr, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-615-2400
5 | Riverhorse Provisions | Riverhorse Provisions in Park City is one of the best places on Historic Main Street for breakfast. It’s a gourmet grocery store and café and it’s very cozy with some great outdoor dining. They also run another popular restaurant in Park City, Riverhorse Main so if you love that restaurant, you know you will get good food at Riverhorse Provisions. One of their most popular breakfast items is their exquisite breakfast burrito. It comes with delicious house made sausage, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, pico de gallo, crispy polenta bites and chipotle crème. It is so good! Some other popular items are the mountain English muffin sandwich and the acai bowl.
WHERE: 221 Main St, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-649-0799
6 | Glitretind Restaurant | For a more upscale breakfast place in Park City, head up the mountains into the heart of Deer Valley Resort to Gliltretind, an elegant restaurant situated in the Stein Eriksen Lodge. This is the absolute perfect place to go for Sunday Brunch. There is a huge buffet selection with incredible food in an upscale, yet relaxed environment. There are beautiful French chairs throughout, a big stone fireplace and huge leather furniture everywhere. Another bonus for coming to brunch on Sundays is the live Jazz that is featured each week. The Brunch is huge and includes lots of classic breakfast items, a carving station, fresh fruit, pastries, hot entrees, seafood and salads. It is amazing. Don’t forget to try one of their specialty Bloody Mary’s.
WHERE: 7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-645-6455
7 | The Bridge Café | One of the best places to eat breakfast in Park City right in town is the Bridge Café. It is the perfect place to eat if you are hoping to do some shopping on Main Street or possibly thinking of riding the town lift. The Bridge Café is in the perfect location right next to the Town Lift and in the Winter, you can even watch skiers come down the mountain. They have outdoor dining all year round. During Winter and colder days, they use overhead heaters to keep you warm. They also will even let you use their sunscreen!
The Bridge labels itself as American cuisine with a Brazilian fare. This eatery is pretty casual, but makes a big bang with its food and fun personality. One of the coolest parts is that it is essentially a ski in/ski out restaurant. You can eat here before or after skiing and enjoy your delicious food in a fun and casual environment. Some dishes to try: The Croissant Sandwich, homemade potatoes, the Brazilian style Omelet and the Eggs Benedict. This is the perfect spot for outdoor dining with a view and great service, food and prices.
WHERE: 7815 Royal St East, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 844- 247-8150
8 | Wasatch Bagel & Grill | For a more low-key breakfast place in Park City, make sure to try Wasatch Bagel & Grill. A lot of locals believe this is Park City’s best kept secret. Make sure you try one of the famous bagel sandwiches and you won’t regret it. They have a Quick Breakfast menu if you are just trying to get some energy before hitting the slopes and the prices are very reasonable for Park City. It’s also a great place for lunch and they have awesome burgers, sandwiches and salads. They were even recently voted Park City’s Best Burger.
WHERE: 1300 Snow Creek Dr, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435-645-7778
9 | Powder | In the mood for some delicious comfort food? Head up the mountain to the Waldorf Astoria Hotel and treat yourself to breakfast at Powder. Their menu is full of comfort food inspired by mountain regions from all over the world and they use only the finest local ingredients. They also have many specialty drinks you will definitely want to try. There is an intimate laid back, yet luxurious indoor dining area as well as a seasonal outdoor dining overlooking the courtyard and pool.
Powder was named after the snow that blankets the mountainside from November to April. This modern restaurant has a great ambiance with a lot of natural light, photographs of Park City’s landscape through all 4 seasons, leather couches and beautiful dark wood to compliment it all- giving it a real earthy feel. Their menu changes seasonally, but it is always absolutely divine. Executive chef Hermann Schaefer has such a creative menu with so many flavors including a sampling of dishes with a European flair. Powder is a must try while visiting Park City.
WHERE: 2100 Frostwood Dr, Park City, UT 84098 | WHO: 435 647-5566
10 | Apex | Located at the Montage Hotel in Deer Valley, prepare to be wowed at Apex. This is an amazing place for breakfast in Park City and the service is incredible. The menu is exquisite and the brunch is amazing, one of the best parts? The enticing granola bar at brunch. The outdoor patio is great during warmer months and the live music makes for some amazing ambiance.
WHERE: 9100 Marsac Ave, Park City, UT 84060 | WHO: 435 604-1300
11 | Breakfast at Dana’s | One of the very most famous cafes in Park City used to be No Worries Café and Grill for many, many years. Unfortunately, they closed just a few years ago, but Dana, one of the servers from No Worries ended up opening her own café called Breakfast at Dana’s. The café is great for all types of people and diets (Gluten free, Vegetarian, vegan, etc.) The prices are also really great and it’s located in the Pinebrook community. Definitely try the Eggs Benedict. They make it on Eggplant instead of an English Muffin and it’s very good!
WHERE: 8178 Gorgoza Pines Rd, Park City, Utah, 84098 | WHO: 425-658-0233
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After reading this, you are probably more than ready to head off and eat breakfast in Park City. No matter which place you choose, you can’t go wrong. And you can always go to another place on the list tomorrow. If you need more dining inspiration in Park City, check out the Westgate Resorts Travel Blog. Happy Dining!
* Westgate Resorts is in no way affiliated with the attractions featured in this article. Items or places listed are current as of the publishing date of this article. Please call or visit the respective website for the most up-to-date offerings and details.
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