It’s been said many times that Park City offers plenty of things to do for everyone. Of course the small resort town is famous for its world-class ski resorts, snowboarding, tubing, sledding, snow-shoeing, hot-air ballooning, and more. But did you know that the Park City food tour on historic Main Street is available?
As you might expect, the event is a guided culinary tour of some of Park City’s finest restaurants on Main Street, giving you an opportunity to sample some of the resort’s finest cuisine. Spend hours of fun tasting, talking, walking, and laughing up and down Park City’s Main Street, all rolled up into an evening that appeals to all of your senses. If you take a look at some of the tantalizing dishes on the food tour website, you’ll want to sign up for the tour today.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain (including weight), as you learn more about Park City’s colorful history. If you’re from Park City or any of the outlying areas (like Heber, Kamas, or Salt Lake), you already know that it was once a mining town rich in silver, and even a little bit of gold. All in all, miners were able to extract over $400 million in precious metals from the mountains of Park City.
Culinary Experience at Park City Main Street
The Park City food tour meets at the top of Main Street, making its way down the street while the guide fills you in with some of the interesting details of Main Street and Park City.
The best part of the tour is the food you get to eat. Try butternut squash ravioli with brushetta—Yummy. The dishes are different each year, but Chef Carl of 350 Main prepares delicious venison tenderloin with gingerbread demi-glaze over butternut squash, apple, and bacon hash. It’s to die for! The restaurant Zoom also offers up its famous orange chipotle ribs, grilled artichoke, and creamy tomato soup.
With plenty wine to drink and excellent food to eat, you don’t want to miss this event. The tour accepts a maximum of 16 people, and you’ll get a chance to taste the wares from five different Park City Main Street restaurants. Winter tours run from January to April this year, and needless to say, they fill up fast.
Tours allow visitors and locals to mingle and experience Park City Main Street in a way that appeals to their sense of taste, touch, and smell.