Magical Dining in Utah

Utah may not be known for it’s fine dining, not like New York or LA… but we DO have some amazing food, and some magical places to dine in!Check out this list of 10 Unique Restaurants in Utah that will give you an unforgettable experience.


1) Park City Ski Resort

In Utah, you’ll find not one, but two yurt restaurants. Your dining adventure at The Viking Yurt begins with a star-lit sleigh ride up the mountain. Then you’ll snuggle into the toasty yurt to enjoy four hours of dining. Yes, FOUR hours. No bolting your food here — it’s the European style of dining. The restaurant has only one seating of 40 people each night. Open December through March at Park City Mountain Resort.

2) Solitude Ski Resort

Saucy, audacious and tough, Ruth was undoubtedly one of the most fearless women in Utah’s history. She began as a cabaret singer in 1912, then opened a downtown burger joint where she fed working girls, customers and johns who wandered over from the brothel across the street. Unlike the sweet, demure women of the time, Ruth could swear like a sailor and smoke like a chimney. And wow — could she COOK! When her building was bought and demolished, Ruth just dragged a trolley car up into the mouth of Emigration canyon, where the restaurant still stands. Ruth’s gone on to that cabaret in the sky, but diners can still sit in the trolley car and enjoy Ruth’s recipes — try her famous mile high biscuits and gravy for dinner and don’t miss the meatloaf and macaroni and cheese for lunch or dinner.

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