Where to Eat
What to get: The Avocado Beet Toast features beet hummus, goat cheese, micro greens, and black Hawaiian sea salt on wild rice harvest bread. Pro tip: Add a fried egg on top. In the summer, this is the best deck for outdoor dining in town.
What to get: The Buddha bowl is loaded with nutritious foods, including brown rice, butternut pumpkin purée, oven-roasted tomatoes, fermented cabbage, pickled onions, and herb ricotta. Their coffee bar menu is also a must-try.
3. Atticus Tea
What to get: The house specialty is a Mexican Mocha—spicy dark chocolate—hot chocolate, but there are plenty of tea, coffee, and espresso options to help you get your buzz on. This is a quick-stop if you want your beverage on-the-go; it’s also a local favorite on Main Street.
What to get: The Deer Valley Turkey Chili and RSC Blueberry Mojito are the most delicious ways to refuel après-ski. This casual spot is located mid-mountain in Silver Lake Village.
What to get: The Aussie-style Iced Coffee; it’s made with ice cream and has just the right amount of decadence. This is a solid spot for healthy fare—shakshuka, superfood grain salads, and steel-cut oatmeal.
3. El Chubasco
What to get: Tacos, fajitas, and tostadas are all fantastic, but the mammoth Taco Salad and drool-worthy salsa bar steal the show.
What to get: The Bacon-topped Meatloaf comes with mashed potatoes, asparagus, and mushroom gravy. Wash it down with some local beer. Squatters has some of the best sampling of Utah staples.
What to get: Order the Prospector to start (unagi, hamachi, cucumber, avocado, sweet soy glaze, spicy aioli) with a Mountain Derby cocktail (Woodford Reserve, grapefruit, lavender chamomile honey). Then feast on specialty sushi rolls and Yama’s signature Wagyu Beef Hot Rock. You’ll dip the beef in a garlic soy butter, sear on the rock, then dip in salt seasoning.
What to get: The spicy margarita is irresistible (seriously, these suckers go down fast), but there’s also an impressive wine list. To start, try the Ahi Tuna Tartare Trio, Riverhorse Potstickers, and Caramelized Onion, Herb, and Garlic Perogies. Then choose any of the Riverhorse classics for your main course: Macadamia Nut Crusted Alaskan Halibut, “Low and Slow” Durham Ranch Buffalo Short Rib (with crispy burrata ravioli), and the Trio of Wild Game (buffalo, venison, and elk). This is an unforgettable meal.
What to get: Pace yourself through the four courses, all served from stone fireplaces. The standouts include: raclette cheese with housemade Fireside fig mustard and strawberry chutney; Mountain Macaroni (mac & cheese); roasted leg of lamb; and the chocolate and caramel fondue, of course. Pro tip: You can add a sleigh ride to your meal via All Seasons Adventures.
What to get: Order the White Bear cocktail (Outlaw Distillery spiced rum, Frangelico hazelnut liqueur, demerara syrup, cream, and nutmeg). Rosemary and Obsidian Ridge Cabernet Boneless Short Ribs and Mary’s Organic Chicken with caramelized shallot and parsnip mashed potatoes are excellent entrées. And if you’re not too stuffed, dig in to the chocolate chip cookie skillet for dessert.
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