Modern mountain dining in Park City
Waldorf Astoria Park City is home to Powder, a cozy restaurant at the base of Park City Mountain Resort at the Canyons Village base area. The hotel and restaurant are nested in the Wasatch Mountains in a ski and snowboard resort drawing visitors with over 4,000 acres of trails. The luxury Park City restaurant caters to guests of the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel as well as skiers just off the hill for breakfast, lunch, dinner and après-ski bites. Powder’s warm atmosphere is a welcome respite from the snow, with rich brown décor. In good weather, grab a table on the outdoor terrace.

Waldorf Astoria Park City's executive chef, Michael Zachman, serves up dishes highlighting locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. Indoors, the dining room channels an upscale lodge — with leather seating, antique antlers, mohair-covered walls, Carrera marble and crystal chandeliers. Outdoors, a seating area provides views of the hotel’s pool and courtyard along with fresh mountain air.
Things to Know
  • Sit underneath the hand-carved antlers on the wall and enjoy hearty fare such as pan-seared Alaskan halibut with Yukon potato rosti and chorizo or cherry-wood-smoked short rib. But be sure to glance up from your dish to appreciate the view; the Park City restaurant's windows look out over the pool area and the mountain.
  • Depending when you stop in, you might also be able to snag a table without a reservation. Breakfast and lunch are less busy for the luxury Park City restaurant, so feel free to drop by. In the busy winter ski season, however, we recommend making a reservation for dinner, as Waldorf Astoria Park City fills up and hungry skiers snap up time slots.
  • The dishes on Powder's menu are inspired by chef Michael Zachman's gastronomic adventures exploring the food markets in London to the Tokyo Tsukiji fish market.
Business casual
Kid friendly
Private dining
Reservations recommended
Valet parking
Getting There
2100 West Frostwood Boulevard, Park City, Utah 84098
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