Riverhorse on Main

VERIFIED LUXURY
With the trendy, urban vibe at this Park City eatery, you may forget you’re in Utah. Located at exactly 540 Main Street, you’ll find American comfort food with a Southwest flare at this rustic, yet refined, Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant. After all, even ski bunnies (and bums) must eat, and when they do, they come to Riverhorse on Main, a bustling, happening scene.

Located in the renovated historic Masonic Hall on Main Street, this modern restaurant, with dark woods, soft candlelight and fresh flowers, offers lots of new American eats. Enjoy chef Seth Adams’s menu by candlelight after a day of getting to know Mother Nature and wandering about the charming town. Nibble on lobster pot pie, a fresh seafood tower, braised buffalo short rib and the restaurant’s signature dish, macadamia-nut-crusted Alaskan halibut with herb whipped potatoes.

The vibe is casual but the service upscale, the perfect balance for a fine ski town.
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Things to Know
•Since the luxury Park City restaurant is located in a mountain resort community, the staff encourages clients to dress comfortably and relaxed. Just keep in mind, while the dress code is informal, reservations are a must.

•This modern, luxury restaurant is located in the heart of historic Park City. Right near Riverhorse Café, you’ll find independent boutiques, spas and an exciting nightlife all within walking distance.

•Riverhorse on Main is open for dinner nightly starting at 5 p.m.; on Sunday, brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Food
•Chow down on dishes like seared elk carpaccio with tabbouleh, lemon, truffle essence and mustard or crisp tempura lobster with persimmon marmalade, avocado and grapefruit.

•The luxury Park City restaurant also boasts an extensive wine collection that has everything from your classic California reds to some local Utah selections. 

•Each day, hungry diners seek out the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant to savor memorable dishes like bacon-wrapped shrimp, chardonnay-poached scallops and lobster tail, and a trio of wild game, which includes North American buffalo, elk and venison chop.
Getting There
540 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060
TEL435-649-3536