Since Park City is one of Utah's top visitor destinations, it comes as no surprise that eateries of all types abound. Indeed, the town boasts that there are more chefs in Park City per capita than in Paris. Whether this is true or not, you certainly won't be hard up for choices when it’s time for a feed, regardless of the type of cuisine you desire, or to a large extent, the price you want to pay.
Most of the restaurants in Park City are concentrated in the Historic District, on and around Main Street, and there are options here to suit most budgets. However, since the majority of people gravitate to this area once the evening sets in, competition for tables at many of these restaurants can be extremely fierce. Fortunately, one thing that festivalgoers tend to overlook is that there's more to dining in Park City than Main Street. Plenty of decent are located in other parts of the town as well. Several good options exist in the Prospector Square area and the large resorts such as Deer Valley, Silver Lake, and Canyons Village also provide a range of options for their guests and visitors.
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