Located in Park City's renovated Masonic Hall on historic Main Street, the Riverhorse caters to a high-end fine-dining crowd. Seth Adams, the executive chef and co-owner who drives the seasonally appropriate creative menu, has brought home prestigious awards, including a few that were firsts in the state of Utah. While the Riverhorse has a great selection of wine, it does allow patrons to bring in their own bottles for a $25 corkage fee. The restaurant is family friendly, with healthy selections on the kids' menu. Dress is “mountain casual,” and reservations are strongly encouraged.
Riverhorse on Main is arguably Park City's finest gastro attraction; a popular brunch hangout and a beautiful place to enjoy an evening meal after a day skiing powder or hiking the back country, Riverhorse's eclectic American menu features creative fare such as hand-cut buffalo tartare, grapefruit and red oak salad, and Utah red trout. The dining room is every bit as stylish as the cuisine, and adds to the overall ambiance of dining in Park City's finest restaurant. Photo courtesy Park City Chamber/Bureau