Park City Grubbin'

Finding the best places to eat while on staycation is one of my favorite parts of a trip. We of course have to hit up our favorites, but it's fun to try someplace new as well. Here are our top family friendly picks from this trip.

Red Banjo

These guys are family owned for 6 generations! How cool is that. They are the oldest restaurant in Park City. They have amazing pizza. We tried the cauliflower crust and loved it! They also have touch free menus which was pretty cool. It was a little rainy, but we couldn't resist sitting on the balcony to watch the hustle and bustle of Main Street. Totally worth it.


Located by one of three Banksy paintings in Park City, Java Cow is the perfect breakfast spot. We got a crepe, waffles and hot cocoa for the kids, an egg scramble for me, and some Acai bowls to share. The Body Builder bowl was my favorite and I haven't been able to stop thinking about it since our visit. So GOOD! They also have an in house bakery and make some pretty incredible baked goods.


501 MAIN

We grabbed a curbside togo order from 501 since we had an appointment at Woodward and were in a hurry. But next time we would love to eat our front, it was just so charming. Their to-go boxes were a huge hit! Burgers and salad for the win!

Twisted Fern

These guys are my all time fave when visiting Park City. Everything is sourced local and fresh. We got the grass fed burgers because they were just calling our name and were so incredible! Locke got the Elk Steak, I had to sample it of course and it was amazing! Didn't even taste like Elk. Everything from drinks to appetizers to dessert were perfection. It's like eating art. The entire experience is incredible.


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