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Looking for the perfect place for an intimate dinner for two? For a romantic setting, look no further than these five Park City restaurants:
1. The Viking Yurt. Impress your date with a Scandinavian dining experience at 8,000 feet. The domed, tent-like structure is on-property at Park City Mountain Resort, and the primary way to get to the dinner-only restaurant is by sleigh. Once there, enjoy a six-course dinner by candlelight while a pianist tickles the ivories on a baby grand piano.
2. Glitretind Restaurant. One of the most acclaimed restaurants in Park City, Glitretind restaurant is frequently a top pick for a romantic dinner. Located in the plush Stein Eriksen Lodge, the restaurant serves creatively prepared New American cuisine. The elegant dining room has striking views of the Wasatch Mountain Range.
3. Fireside Dining at Empire Canyon Lodge. Offered weekly on select nights during the ski season, this Deer Valley Resort favorite features a four-course meal served from five stone fireplaces. Diners move from one fireplace to another while consuming cuisine inspired by creations found in the European Alps. Arrive by snowshoe to make the experience that much more unforgettable.
4. Blue Boar Inn Restaurant. Located in Midway, just a short drive from Park City, the restaurant at this European-style bed and breakfast is a throwback to a less hurried time. The lodge-like dining room and pretty patio provide nice settings for the chef’s constantly changing tasting menu.
5. J&G Grill at St. Regis Deer Valley. The only way to get to J&G Grill is to ride the funicular, an outdoor elevator of sorts on railway tracks that transports guests from the porte cochere to The St. Regis Deer Valley. The view from the funicular is stunning, as is the food from famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The restaurant also boasts a private wine vault — very romantic.