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We’ve Got The Park City Restaurant Reservations You Need

Visit us inside Chase Sapphire on Main, and we'll help you get a table at some of our favorite restaurants during everyone's favorite film festival.

If you're heading to Park City for a certain film festival, you’ll have a full seven days to experience the most exciting movies from across the world. And while buttered popcorn is great, you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to eat at some of Park City’s best restaurants.

Chase Sapphire Reserve cardmembers are invited to join us at Chase Sapphire on Main for The Infatuation’s Dining Concierge from Friday, January 19th to Tuesday, January 23rd from 11am to 5pm. Whether you’re in the mood for Thai, want to avoid parking on Main Street, or need a brunch spot for you and five friends, we’ll be ready to help you figure out where to eat and get you a reservation at six of our favorite Park City spots. Check out the guide for a full list of restaurants—with reservations only available inside Chase Sapphire on Main during the film festival.

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Bangkok Thai On Main is serving traditional Thai classics from pad thai and kao soi to pineapple fried rice. If you can’t feel your toes after being outside all day, pair the soft shell crab panang curry with a cucumber martini and picture yourself beachside. If that doesn’t work, they have a lot of soup and other warming curries to make you feel better about the fact that it’s 22 degrees outside. Whether you’re coming from a film screening or the world-class ski slopes, there’s a dish here perfect for any situation.

When it’s cold and snowy out, few things are better than gathering at an Irish pub with a bunch of people. It’s not Dublin, but Flanagan’s On Main gets you pretty close. Start out with a pint of Guinness before making your way through a classic shepherd’s pie or fish and chips to warm up. If it’s freezing out, an Irish beef stew or housemade corned beef will definitely stop your shivering. Of course, if you’re coming from a full day of skiing, you might just want the Thursday-only prime rib.

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Sushi in a land-locked mountain town might sound suspicious, like a shark pledging a human-free diet, but at Yuki Yama, fish is flown in daily for the extensive menu of hot plates, noodles, sashimi, and creative maki. Grab a tall booth for a date night or get a seat at the sushi bar to see the chefs in action. Start with the Yama-mame, Yuki’s spin on edamame seasoned with garlic, togarashi, and cherry preserves, then try the wagyu beef tataki—served on a sizzling Himalayan sea salt block—and move on to the chef’s choice nigiri.

If you can’t decide what you want to eat tonight, Blind Dog can help you out. That’s because they have everything. Want fresh catch in the Utah mountains? The cozy restaurant, decorated with three dimensional swordfish on the walls and glowing lights formed in the shape of trees, offers nigiri, oysters, ceviche, and every roll you can think of. Or maybe you’re in for something heartier after eating only popcorn for a close-to-three-hour-long movie. Blind Dog also serves a four-cheese Mac and an American Kobe beef burger with bacon aioli. Looking for a pinot noir to pair with dinner? They have 38 varieties. Bring a group and feel confident that everyone will find what they need. 

Walking into Grappa feels like entering a romantic Italian farmhouse. Every table on the three-level dining space feels private, and the outdoor patio is peaceful, surrounded by flowers and fountains. The menu features traditional Italian dishes, including eggplant parmesan and gnocchi primavera with wild mushrooms, alongside showstoppers like a whole-roasted game hen and the restaurant’s signature osso bucco. Don’t miss the grapes and gorgonzola, a salad that has been on the menu since the restaurant opened in 1992—that sounds pretty retro, but it’s there because it’s still good. Grappa is open only for dinner, so plan in advance during peak winter season.

Tired of generic ski resort staples like burgers and hot dogs? Chimayo has you covered. If the restaurant’s festive lighting, wrought iron decor, and throw pillows don’t immediately transport you to the Southwest, the food certainly will. The menu features Mexican dishes that highlight local ingredients—think green pipián-seared trout fajitas or sugarcane elk skewers paired with avocado salsa. Also, make sure to leave room for dessert. The coconut almond cake has a pineapple-cilantro salsa twist, and any of the drinks that mix coffee, Mexican chocolate, and alcohol will get you through the cold night.

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