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  • Heather B.

    5 stars for the food. We had the highly recommended cauliflower, pasta, peppers & cheeseburger. We also tried the rattlesnake cocktail. All were delicious. 0 stars for service. As soon as it got busy in the restaurant, we didn't see our server for a significant period of time. We finished our small plates and waited and waited and waited some more. Finally flagged down a manager to place an order for an additional item and then again for our check. The server didn't even apologize once she got around to bringing our check, she flippantly told us their ordering system was down. We'd really like to go back to try more of their menu but we will be sure to sit at the bar for better service.

    (3)
  • Leah P.

    B L I S S | truly an exceptional evening of food and service. Ambiance: cool, upscale casual, with a super friendly staff that seemed as happy to be there as the guests themselves. Drinks: Opening cocktail for him was the Rattlesnake, perfectly crafted, incredibly delicious. I went with the Lucien Albrecht Alsace, perfect for the entire meal. He finished with a Rogue Dead Guy, served with a perfectly chilled glass and a Coozie to keep the rest of the bottle chilled. Food: My only regret is not being able to sample more. Served small plate style, ideal for exploring the seasonal menu. Peach Salad: Set the tone for the rest of the night. Super fresh, delicate flavor that let the perfectly ripe peaches shine. Burratta Toast: with pea mash and a flavor that is like nothing I've ever eaten. I have fallen in love with this fresh Italian cheese and can't wait to explore more of it. Buffalo Cauliflower: signature dish with a zesty buffalo sauce and blue cheese compliment that was full of flavor without overpowering the roasted cauliflower deliciousness. Lamb: we had the revised dish with lamb chops substituted - I think we won that gamble. The fig base was incredible, full of flavor that served as a perfect compliment to the meat. Risotto w Seasonal Vegetable: another amazing combination of flavors without a heavy sauce. Zucchini, squash, carrots, potatoes and carrots - fresh & light with perfectly cooked risotto. This was his favorite of the night. Dessert: Caramel Pudding Do not leave without ordering this. Best dessert I've ever had. Overall: One of my top 10 favorite meals. I can't wait to come back to Park City if only to have dinner here again. Thanks, Handle, for an incredible evening.

    (5)
  • Samantha G.

    Industrial/modern decor with a local twist........check Comfortable ambiance......................................­check Excellent service from our waitress ..................check Seasonal vegetables with deep flavor...............check Will I be back the next time I visit PC?...............Absolutely We showed up near closing and I was concerned about being seated for dinner. More to the point, I was concerned about being seated "with attitude" so near closing. But we were seated and then served by a gracious and professional server. Danni was informative and thoroughly helpful. I'd read other reviews about delicious food with poor service and was concerned about Handle. I shouldn't have been. Service was outstanding. And the food was delicious. I enjoyed: 1. tater tots: they were large, crisped potato perfection (I kind of wanted ketchup, but decided not to ask) 2. brussels sprouts: shaved (not roasted), tangy, flavorful and well seasoned 3. risotto: creamy, surrounded by pea purée (?), topped with seasonal vegetable cooked with care. Best dish of the night. Best dish I've had in a while. There is a definite hipster vibe, but that's the trend. And the tapas/small plates thing is happening here too. Yes, it's trendy, but this place is putting out delicious food. I only wish that was a trend. If buzz words like hipster, industrial, or man bun bring you into Handle. This place is for you. If those same words give you pause, don't let that stop you from checking them out. They clearly care about the quality of the food they are putting out here. And that's what will bring me back.

    (4)
  • Frank W.

    Handle is a welcome addition to the Park City dining/drinking scene. It's a bit off the beaten path, but not too far. Sort of a strange location inside an office building, but once you are there, you quickly forget. Our first visit was at the end of a night of pub crawling down PC Main Street, and we were too drunk to remember much other than me falling off the stool, and that we had enough fun to go back again for another visit. The second time, we had dinner with friends, and the dinner was delicious! We started with some wonderful stuffed olives (unfortunately, I think they are no longer on the menu), stuffed with some scrumptious stuffing and lightly fried, and the shishito peppers, which were good but not quite up to par with High West's rendition. Next we tried their grilled octopus and mussels, which are cooked in a 'nudja sausage broth, really nice twist on the standard mussel presentation, and the octopus was delightful and tender; the wild mushroom platter, which was absolutely fabulous, meaty, and full of so much umami that you would swear there was meat in the thing!; and the lamb sausage (sort of a merguez), which was also delicious and just spicy enough. Finally, we took the advice of the waiter and sprung for the caramel pudding, served in a Mason jar, with cookie crumble. OMG! We were so full at that point, but it didn't matter, we scarfed that thing up in no time flat! Service was very good on both of our visits (both bar and table), and we will definitely add it to our standard repertoire of PC restaurants.

    (4)
  • Patrick L.

    We were in Park City last week for a family reunion. My wife and I went out on a date night. We selected Handle because it reminded me of my brother's restaurant. We loved everything we ordered except the Romanesco. Loved the slider, loved the tot, loved the pork belly. Great wine and great service. Spent some money though...

    (5)
  • Ana C.

    Handle lives up to the accolades I have read online. My husband and I came to for our anniversary dinner and it could not have been more perfect. Our server was highly knowledgable about each course and menu item and new the history and nuances of each dish and individual ingredients. It was a joy discussing the food with him in a casual and friendly way - love it. Smart without any pretentiousness. In fact everyone we had working with us was friendly and attentive. Now on to the food. We ordered 5 small plates, a cocktail, and ended with each of us having a dessert. The meat and cheese platter was amazing. A generous amount of food for sure but we devoured all of it. I understand the items vary but they variety of meats, cheeses, breads, chips and pickles was just perfect. We also started with the cold grilled octopus and caesar salad. The octopus was tender, quite fresh, and grilled to smokey crisp perfection. We next had the Trout Sausage, a blend of trout with pork to create a perfectly balanced sausage. I could have eaten several of these alone. Then our final course was the Veal Short rib with a vanilla and huckleberry sauce and the Foie Gras platter. Both were generous small plates, rich with flavor and perfectly balanced. Fatty and rich with just enough sweet and sharpness to offset that richness. The foie gras was cooked perfectly, my personal favorite of the night. Finally do not leave with out dessert. The Caramel Pudding was featured in the NY Times, and was worthy of the praise. I would drive up the mountain for this dish alone. My husband had the chocolate Bunido that had a hint of spice. We found out it was a vegan and gluten free dessert, although its richness you would have never guessed. Handle is perfect and now holds the top spot for us in Utah.

    (5)
  • A J.

    Not sure if it was a off night but there are better alternatives than the Handle. It might be ok for two people but for large groups, the menu makes no sense. The have small plates that are too small to share. The Baller ribeye was tough and the risotto was tasteless and vegetables were undercooked.

    (1)
  • Chris B.

    Stopped into Handle as my choice for Fathers Day dinner. It is a very inviting environment with space to stretch and a quaint chefs table for the food voyeurs. The menu is setup in a tapas type format with a balance of local produce and meats mixed into the flare expected with today's chefs. We had the Risotto, tater tots, grilled peppers, trout sausage, and oysters. The risotto was very well done with an exceptional combination of produce and rice that left us wanting more. The trout sausage was the surprise favorite from the meal. I can't put words to the sausage that would do it justice other than to just say try it and you'll like it. Handle was very open to our children and worked out several items to their taste. The cheeseburger was a huge hit and would order it for myself next time I visit. We finished the meal with the caramel pudding and the beignets. Both were extremely good and the caramel pudding has won several awards including one from the NY Times. Great meal, great service, great experience.

    (4)
  • Jaimie W.

    Amazing food!!! Cocktails were pretty awesome as well.

    (5)
  • Amanda G.

    I am a vegan so it is hard to find places to go out with non vegans. The folks at handle were SUPER accommodating to my restrictions and the food was the best I've had in park city. Erickson was amazing- so sweet, aware and personable. Definitely recommend it.

    (5)
  • Karin C.

    Very disappointing. The building had a musty smell, which gave me a headache within 30 minutes. The menu was limited and not supportive of a "small plate" venue. There were limited salad choices and the vegetables were all undercooked and too vinegary! The fried chicken was good, except the vegetables were not good (undercooked and vinegary). Everything was overpriced! Will not be going back here! One more crazy thing about this restaurant. They want a credit card to hold every reservation. If you cancel in less than 48 hours, they charge your card $45 per person. That's insane for a new restaurant. Even the established restaurants in Park City don't require that! Better use your gift cards soon. This place may not be around much longer.

    (1)
  • Joe S.

    We were there a year ago when it just opened and came back a few days ago as the restaurant celebrates its one year anniversary. A wonderful, warm, casual place with a limited wine and beer list but delicious food and attentive service. Sliders are moist and yummy; tater tots, the most basic non-food in the hands of Handle chef are moist, delicious, drool inducing. Salads are wonderful, colorful and flavorful. The octopus... oh the octopus with beans is wonderful -- tender, flavorful, awesome. Everything we had was great, all enhanced by the warm and personal service by Danni, a server who's been there since the beginning. Great place serving great food with skill and taste. Yum!

    (5)
  • Phil S.

    Excellent small plates and cocktails. Great ambiance. A must visit for any Park City foodies. Great addition to the cuisine in town.

    (5)
  • Zachary M.

    Easily the best dining establishment in Utah. I come here frequently and the staff is always gracious and helpful. The food is second to none and the cocktails are always made well.

    (5)
  • Heather Z.

    Handle is what Park City has always missed and never knew it! Farm to table meets a casual yet a fine fining experience at this exceptional establishment just steps off main. Don't miss Chef Briar's (formerly of Talisker on Main) infamous buffalo cauliflower with franks dehydrated hot sauce ,shishito peppers with a sweet Chinese mustard sauce, or my favorite, the seasonal mussels which never fail to have you begging for extra local Red Bicycle bread to savor every last bit of broth! And don't forget about the handcrafted cocktails - the Rattlesnake made with PC's local Rendezvous Rye is the best in town. #fansofdre

    (5)
  • Jo M.

    Recommend this place for fresh, inventive food and good service. Food was some of the best I've eaten. Ordered: sugar snap peas: amazing; tator tots: pretty good; cauliflower: crazy good; scallops and clams: good, but our least favorite; pastrami: wonderful. We ordered dessert that took a REALLY long time, but the management more than made up for it: comped our dessert, gave us a gift card to use that night and offered to give us a ride back to our hotel (we were tight for time to get to our shuttle). It's so nice to have a place that recognizes a mistake and over compensates. Well done!

    (5)
  • Jd G.

    4 1/2 star food ZERO Star service. Hipster attitude, service and prices... There are many other great options in the area...don't waste your time or money here 4 1/2 star food but not worth it with with ZERO star service. Very rude server and owner. Yes the food is good...and in some cases great...but it is very overpriced, even for a ski town...I am used to overpriced Tapas in LA and The Handle is not worth the price. It took over 15 minutes to get the first beer of our 6 drink order...and all the drinks came out at different times...the longest drink took over almost 25 minutes. The Tapas style food was served without the table having plates and we had to ask for utensil wraps. Our server was rude and very distracted...he didn't seem well trained on the food or drink menu nor did he seem to care about customer service at all. The food took a very long time to come out...while multiple of the same dishes were ordered...they were served about 30 minutes apart...and not that there is a good excuse...but the restaurant was not busy or even near capacity. After the horrible service...we finally got or check...where the server took it upon himself to add a 20% gratuity based on the meal total plus tax....I'm not joking he added gratuity after the tax and on top of that...there was a gratuity tax fee added to the total....ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? Surely this had to be a mistake...a 20% tip added to the total after tax plus another charge because of the gratuity. One the server was asked about this...he immediately got attitude and became very rude and confrontational. We asked for the manager...a woman came to us who turned out to be one of the owners...she was immediately combative and extremely rude...this woman owner had ZERO customer service skills and should not be dealing with customers. After some arguing she finally removed all the charges and gave me the bill. She didn't even cash me out...she stormed off and left it up to her bartender and hostess to deal with me....wow! The hostess and bartender were both very nice and cashed me out and were very apologetic and knew what customer service is. I did in fact tip about 18% and that only because of the hostess and bartender as well as the quality of the food....but not the presumptuous 20% as originally charged...which was more like 24% after the way they were trying to charge me. Go elsewhere...you have been warned

    (1)
  • Lori N.

    We were a party of 6 which, was a perfect formula for this tapas style restaurant. It enabled us to try many of there delicious dishes. Tater tots with a delicious dipping sauce. They were lightly fried to perfection with a dusting of Parmesan on the top. Followed by duck liver pate served with fresh strawberries gooseberries and Mâché a winning combo accompanied by toast crisp. The Barrata cheese toast is a must. The cauliflower buffalo wings a winner. For you vegetarians out there a must to try. For a main course the delicious fried chicken crisp not greasy at all tender and cooked to perfection. We tried 4 of the desserts so don't leave your sweet tooth behind. The service was attentive and friendly. Thank you Handle for a dinning experience

    (4)
  • Brian L.

    How do I give 0 stars?? My family and I came in on a Friday evening. What we were told was that we had 90 minutes to eat. Really? What if I spent $1000 on dinner with drinks? You would kick me out after 90 minutes? I would have preferred the hostess tell us that they were too busy than tell us that. Note to owner: when you have a hostess running the front of the house for you, make sure she represents what you are looking for in a first impression.

    (1)
  • Michelle G.

    Underwhelmed. We had high hopes. First of all- they need to get the ambiance down. The perimeter of the restaurant had mood lighting but the rest of the tables were dark. The kitchen had florescent lighting that carried over to the restaurant that was distractingly bright in a bad way. The red curtain goes where? needs to be gone. Tapas portions were $$$ for what they offered( in particulur the veggie plates). They may need to change the oil more frequently for the fried chicken . The crispiness was great but the after taste was funky. The waiter could have been more enthustiastic. I don't like to dis new restaurants but feel they need to hear this to be better. Would be willing to try it again in the future(with some changes).

    (2)
  • Linz K.

    For meat eaters and vegetarians alike! The creativity and passion translates into the food. We had just about every meatless option on the menu and would do it again! My husband and friends had the burger and said it was one of the best they've ever had! The service was impeccable which was the icing on top. I have been twice and have not been disappointed! I recommend Handle to any one in or headed to Park City looking to have their minds blown and their palettes pining for more!

    (5)
  • Natalie P.

    We had a fantastic dinner at Handle on Saturday - started with shishito peppers with spicy mustard and two Rattlesnake cocktails, then four small plates: grilled baby octopus, beet salad, foie gras, and duck rillette. We ended with caramel pudding and a French press of Publik coffee. Everything was lovely but we especially liked the octopus and foie gras. The individual dishes are immaculately plated and - yes - small, however, we were extremely satisfied with our meal and couldn't have ordered more. The atmosphere was farm-to-table hipster chic - not a new trend but a nice change of pace from the rest of the Park City restaurant scene. One suggestion would be to turn off the flatscreen TVs during dinner - it looked like people were watching basketball at the bar but that area is not separate from the rest of the dining room!

    (5)
  • Valentina V.

    Perhaps Handle was named that in order to give people a fair warning to get ready to HANDLE their food. The menu is made up of mostly small bite plates, and since it was only myself at the bar during a rare break at Sundance, I only ordered two - chipotle ribs with hush puppies and the buffalo cauliflower. The ribs were a great sized portion and tasted like I was at a Texas BBQ joint, and the cauliflower lives up to its reputation: the best buffalo wings in Park City, minus the chicken. The crowning achievement of this leak though was the caramel whiskey pudding. No wonder the NYTimes wrote about it.... I could write an entire novel about how good that shit made me feel.

    (5)
  • Will C.

    Great vibe and awesome bartenders. Ate dinner at the bar in order to watch the NCAA tourney...go heels! Food was very creative and flavorful. Had the shishito peppers, buffalo cauliflower, mussels and shrimp in the coconut broth, and the octopus and grilled Caesar salad.

    (5)
  • Jesse G.

    Was recommended by a local to go there, and luckily there was a space at the chef's table...very inventive takes on some classics, service was fantastic and very friendly...highly recommend dining there...charcuterie, brussel sprouts, Octopus, fried chix, and pudding were all major hits!!!

    (5)
  • Joshua N.

    Omg Amazing to start at the door created with a big smile and nice welcome. The food First off the trout sausage is to die for a perfect compliment of spicy and savory. The Foie gras was to die for with beets and caviar to die for omg. There were other components to the plate and they all balance out amazing even kept the plate to wipe up all the amazing sauces and juices. The bone in rib eye with duck fat cooked potatoes was great as well. The wine list is very progressive with touches of all parts of the world. Had a great Spanish wine. The service was on point super friendly and personable. The management and staff were so friendly. Anyone coming to park city MUST try this place it is amazing. It's worth any wait and definitely worth the price.

    (5)
  • Amanda S.

    The restaurant is pretty the staff is friendly and the food was good! But is over priced and took our server 30 min to get all the checks and bringing them back and we were his only table! We got there at 7:30pm and left at 10:30pm too long for a meal!!! I order the cheeseburger and was good and they home made ketchup is different but in a good way. I dont think I would come back for another $18 burger!

    (3)
  • Mark S.

    My favorite restaurant in PC. Great food and atmosphere! Start with the oysters. Then the cauliflower. The fried chicken is outstanding. We have not tried any dish without marveling at the layers of flavor. Briar was the reason that Talisker was so successful. He left Talisker and Talisker closed. Must try when visiting PC. You will not be disappointed!

    (5)
  • Jason G.

    Of the top Yelp reviews this was our favorite. Small plates style with lots of unique tastes, nice environment and great service.

    (5)
  • Jasmine Y.

    Loved it! We have been wanting to try this restaurant since the beginning of the year and it didn't disappoint! Friendly and knowledgeable waitstaff/hostesses and great food. We ordered the shishito peppers to start and they were so good we ordered more. Yummy sauce! The scallop and lamb tapas were delicious. The main portion of salmon was big enough to share and really tasty! The charcuterie board was awesome too. The owner came out and said hi, she was super nice. We will be returning on our next trip to PC.

    (5)
  • Natasha S.

    Eat here. Seriously. The menu was interesting, the flavors so unique, fresh, and satisfying. We had the beef cheeks slider, snap pea salad, diver scallops, grilled shrimp, and caramel pudding. Amazing. Great cocktail /wine list too. Not huge portions, but quality ingredients that were so delicious. Service was great. Will definitely return. Soon.

    (5)
  • Megan S.

    Food was fabulous, only reason for 4 stars was the waiter... he didn't seem as educated as he should have been about the food and kind of had an attitude. Loved the meat and cheese plate, fried cauliflower, ribs and lamb. The only large plate we ordered was a fantastic mushroom dish, did see someone receive the fried chicken nearby and it looked amazing.

    (4)
  • Kristina M.

    Please beware. From sand in our food, to sketchy shrimp that brought on instant signs of food poisoning, to a very bizarre and confusing mix of "fancy" and D rated components.. The Handle is positioned to be a nice restaurant that books reservations well in advance and serves sparkling water. But please take head and enjoy another fine dining experience in Park City. We eat out many meals a week and are not only disappointed but concerned about tonight's after effects of this horrible dining experience. The experience was off from the moment we sat down. The staff was fine, but this place needs a look under the hood-BIG TIME! When our waitress asked how are food was.. Our mouths just fell open. We had to share with them our concerns.. They heard them and apologized but did nothing. From a girl who worked in the restaurant business-when customers were unhappy the least we did was take something off the check. Nope, nothing. And it didn't even matter.. Just the etiquette and ethics of it all. Repulsive. Ew. On behalf of all Yelpers who depend on Yelp reviews for the food establishments they trust like we do.. This place is 1 star at best. Yuck.

    (1)
  • Tina B.

    We had an awesome experience at Handle! We eloped in Park City and made a reservation for that night. My husband told them we were eloping, so when we got there we were greeted by the staff with congratulations and smiles all around. It felt special right from the start. The food is small bites/tapas style. We had the buffalo cauliflower bites (our fave!), the hearts of romaine salad (also yum), and the beet and pear salad (different, but still good). Dessert was even better! Caramel pudding with real whipped cream and some kind of rice chex brittle, rice crispy treats made in-house, and beignets with chocolate crème anglaise for dipping. It was all so delicious! Our server, Courtney, was also great! She was so friendly and personable, and she surprised us at the end of our meal by saying she was taking care of everything! We were not expecting that, and she definitely did not have to do it. It was the perfect end to a really special day for us. We will definitely go back if we ever make it out to PC again!

    (5)
  • Bob M.

    I love this place! My wife and I have taken several friends there, and we have hit a grand slam every time! The fried chicken is the best I've had (since my aunt Lillie May's as a kid in South Carolina), Melissa Grey shows her Georgia roots on that item. Another 'must have', the buffalo cauliflower, another signature item! In my opinion, chef Briar Handley is the best chef in Park City! Keep up the good work!!

    (5)
  • bennett b.

    Wonderful dinner we all had fun and will return soon. Brachman

    (5)
  • Charlie B.

    Really enjoy Handle. Three stars means A-OK which is precisely what Handle is. The dishes are unique and experimental. The word bold comes to mind. It is a touch pricey especially if you drink. We have it on about a monthly rotation. Specific dishes we like include octopus and grilled romaine, seafood bisque, and the farro (and we're not vegan)

    (3)
  • Rebecca R.

    I have mixed feelings about this place. The food was excellent! However, the small plates are very small and some of them quite pricey for a bite or two of food. The service was just okay. We visited when it first opened so I want to believe things have improved. We walk into the restaurant on a Sunday evening and a hostess stares blankly at us. After no greeting, I let her know we have a reservation. Still not a peep from the hostess. She fumbles around on her iPad for a few seconds, picks up some menus and starts walking away. We all look at each other with the thought of "Do we follow??" She shows us a table and we all sit. She hands over menus. Still not a word spoken. Our server was friendly. We ordered about 6 small plates to share for 4 people. We really liked the food and flavors. The chef even brought us one of the dishes. However, as I previously mentioned, the small plates were very small. One of our items took a long time to come out and no one would give us the status. After a really long wait it came out. The wait made us come to our senses and we decided we wanted to go somewhere we would actually get full so cashed out our bill for $120 for 6 small plates and a round of drinks. The manager was really nice and gave us coupons to come back. The restaurant had only been open at few weeks at that point so I will give it another try for sure.

    (3)
  • Paul M.

    The food was out of this world. We had a party of 26, and everyone raved about the food. The service was great. The was ambiance was very comfortable, nice....not too stiff. Could not have been better!

    (5)
  • Grant T.

    First off the food here is excellent and I would recommend it to anyone. However, the service was horrendous. I'm not sure if it was an off night or they were understaffed but this was some of the worst service I've seen in a long time. To start, I ordered a Stoli's and soda. The waiter returned 10 min later with my tables drinks, half of which were the wrong ones, he also completely forgot mine. When I asked where it was, he apologized and went to check on it. He returned another 10 min later and told me they did not have Stoli's. In reply I asked him what vodkas they had on the menu. My reply was met with an "Uhhhhh like tito's.... Ummmm" -- I stopped and told him Tito's would be fine. He returned with my drink which was not tito's and on the bill it was listed as "Four Daughters vodka" which I did not order. I then asked for a lime and they brought me a lemon. After an extensive wait for our food, they finally brought everything and forgot one of our orders. We asked them where it was, and he said he would go "check on it" -- we never saw that order of food. All in all this place had great food but the service was not good, at all. A bit pricey as well but that is somewhat expected at a nice restaurant in a tourist town.

    (3)
  • Haley B.

    We really enjoyed our dinner last night at Handle. Our server, Ignacio, did a great job of explaining all the dishes and gave us great recommendations. We had 6 small plates. The cauliflower, braised short rib, the baby octopus salad, the scallop, the gulf shrimp, and finally, the foie gras. Everything was tasty but the short ribs and scallop were our favorites, absolutely amazing. The foie gras (recommended by Ignacio) was life changing. Will definitely return to Handle. Awesome service and incredible food.

    (5)
  • Kristin P.

    I went to Handle last night for the first time, and loved it! My expectations were in line with other Park City eateries -always good but never GREAT! I am pleased to share that Handle exceeded all expectations. My experience was WONDERFUL! It was $10 Burger night, and it was excellent. Cooked to perfection (medium rare). We ate 5 other small plates & all where tasty tasty & their commitment to produce was clear. Other reviewers that have reviewed negatively have complained about portion size & pricing. I found the food to be good value & lets face it excellence costs. If you want a $3 coffee or huge plate of ribs Handle is not the place for you, but it is most definitely the place for me & has hast become my new Park City favorite (Sorry High West!) Good tasty food with warm friendly atmosphere The only negative is the beyond bright lights of the entrance & having to leave the cosy bar to go to the rest room..... but lets face it that is hardly a deal breaker

    (5)
  • Evren K.

    I'm agreeing with Fletcher, here. And going where no reviewer has gone before (2 stars). Because that is how much it irritates me to pay $8 for coffee on a Sunday morning. Or $12 for a slice of quiche that you can get for $6 at Deer Valley Cafe nearby. Deer Valley, mind you! I've just about had it with all this "local" bs that has become an excuse to gouge diners. Want to serve local? Sure. Want to charge me up to %50 more for it? I'm with you. But not like this. Not like this. We are not your marks or stooges or dupes. The staff was very nice and I was even comped a very tasty peach cobbler after mentioning my displeasure at the size of the quiche. But then I saw how much I was charged for the coffee (French-press but still). And then they deleted my comment on Facebook. Which was quite a bit mellower than this. I live in Park City. I spend a lot of money and bring a lot of visitors to businesses that I feel treat me right. Handle seems destined for the other bin. I hope they have a change of heart, though. Because we need a place like this, badly. And so many go under in Park City. If you really want to charge $8 for coffee -- at least make that a Sundance special.

    (2)
  • Ribs F.

    The food and flavors where excellent. So where the cocktails and the service. Great service as well.

    (4)
  • Alexandra K.

    I love Handle. It's a California-style mecca in the middle of beautiful Park City. And by California-style I mean fresh ingredients, delicious food, amazing homemade bread and homegrown herbs and veggies, topped off with friendly, genuine and knowledgable staff. I haven eaten there two nights in a row and will be there again a few more times before I leave town this time. The menu has enough options to change it up, though I would never stray from the snap pea salad which is one of the best things I have had (combined with their homemade sourdough bread) in as long as I can remember. The Chef was the best at Talisker on Main and now has his own domain... but I wish he'd go back to the old tater tots from Talisker which were unforgettable compared to their replacements. And bring back that pork chop while you're at it--one of my all time favorites!! Eat at the bar or Chef's counter--it's like someone cooking in your living room--best ever.

    (5)
  • Ivette A.

    Visiting from Miami, We were SOOOO incredibly lucky; a hostess from another restaurant recommended & b/c a group of 6 is very difficult to seat. The food was amazing! We ordered much more & all great ( home now & sadly I don't remember) . The shishito peppers, the shaved Brussels sprouts w bacon twice/ buffalo cauliflower was great surprise! The men shared 25oz ribeye & agreed very good. A great place to say goodbye to Park City!!!

    (5)
  • Ryan S.

    Wow. Just wow.

    (5)
  • Conrad O.

    Second time here. It's a small plate type of restaurant. Great cocktails-- star of the morning nice gin drink and the rattlesnake a whiskey drink were my favorites. Shishito peppers had great flavor. Also liked the scallops, grouper, buffalo cauliflower, and duck confit. The veal had good flavor but was dry. The trout sausage sounded interesting but wasn't that good. Had three different desserts chocolate pudding, a caramel desert, and beignets. All were good. Would definitely go back (obviously, cuz I did!).

    (4)
  • Lilee A.

    SO GOOD. Everything was excellent, everything!! Chef/owner was so nice & visited all the tables. Staff was friendly and informative. Yummy cocktails, I recommend the Cougar. Every, single bite of food delish!

    (5)
  • Jenny B.

    We were pretty wowed by our dinner here. The food was amazing and each dish was so uniquely put together. Everything was good - beet salad, octopus salad, fried chicken but the standouts were the buffalo cauliflower and the apple cobbler. The only feedback I have is that the caramel pudding which is their speciality was a bit heavy on chex and crumbly topping. I would've preferred a larger proportion of mascaparone and caramel pudding. The service was equally excellent. The maitre'd and waitress were cheerful and helpful. Our waitress had perfect timing. She always checked in with us after each batch of dishes arrived to what else we needed. The restaurant was full but the food came out in a timely way. Not so fast that you felt rushed and not so slow that you had to ask about your food. We sat at the counter and watched people cooking and explaining the food to us. No complaints about getting a preview of the desserts! Handle has everything down. Really tasty and interesting food, excellent service, attention to timing and detail. We will be back!

    (5)
  • Davey N.

    Everything was so good, we ate family style and ordered the trout sausage, buffalo cauliflower, broccolini, baby kale salad, sturgeon soup, pork belly and pork chop. Food was amazing, everything was do good, overheard the table next to us rave about the cheeseburger-- definitely want to try that next time! Oh and ps the rice crispy scone in chocolate sauce is the best dessert ever. So good

    (5)
  • david h.

    Wow, what a great meal! This restaurant was recommended to us by the sous chef at one of the top resorts in the area - he said this would be the best meal we have in PC. He was right. We ordered 4 plates to share (they are small plates and designed to be shared) - the kale salad, the buffalo cauliflower, the grilled octopus and the cheeseburger (it was $10 burger night, so we got one to share). It was more food than we needed but it was all so good, we are glad we got them all. The flavors were amazing. If that wasn't enough, we got two desserts. The caramel pudding was to die for and the beignets with warm Rice Krispie treats were also delicious. This is such a great addition to the PC dining scene, and with all the food we ordered plus a glass of wine for each of us, our tab was under $100, unheard of for most restaurants on or near Main St! Can't wait to return

    (5)
  • Jon Y.

    Having been to Park City 5 times in the last 2 years, I think I have sampled quite a few of the more upscale dining restaurants. Handle's by far has the most interesting food that I have tasted to date. I try not to be too much of a pretentious food snob but most of the restaurants have solid food but not very different. Started off with a beet and pear salad which was topped with granola and ricotta. Also, had a couple of oysters that came with a grilled lemon. Followed with the buffalo wing styled cauliflower and brussel sprouts. The portion of the sprouts was quite small though both were very tasty. Finished with the lamb and diver scallops. As with some of the previous reviews, one might think you over pay for what you get but I feel that way with most of the high end restaurants here in Park City. At least here you get some interesting different food. Did I mention you can get a Fred Flinstone sized rib eye for $68!!!

    (4)
  • Eric M.

    We have been here three times now, and have been impressed every time. The outside is NOT an indicator of what you'll find inside. The tapas style restaurant has a very modern vibe inside to match the delicious food. Favorites are the buffalo cauliflower, the burger, and the house cocktail (I believe it was the rattlesnake). Sit at the kitchen to watch your meal being prepared and chat with the chef.

    (5)
  • Jaime G.

    We eat out 4-5 times a week and travel frequently and are always looking for an exceptional meal in a new city. We found it a Handle. The excellent service and the precise delivery of each course made this outstanding meal even better. Recommendations are the beef cheek slider, the burrata bread, the buffalo cauliflower and the fried chicken. It was to die for. Make sure you get there when in Park City. The executive chef/partner, Briar took a few minutes to stop by our table to chat about the restaurant prior to our departure.

    (5)
  • Christian M.

    Great small plates. We ordered almost everything on the menu and it was all great. Veal and cauliflower were probably the two dishes everyone enjoyed the most. The potatoes that come with the baller steak are also awesome.

    (5)
  • Laurie R.

    This is the second time I have been to this restaurant in 30 days. The place is absolutely amazing! I love everything about it. The vibe, the food, the staff, the freshness of the ingredients, the creativity in the menu, it is all superb! Our party of four sat at the chef's table for our Valentine's day celebration. Our meal began with an order of the shishito peppers. It sounds like your usual tapas item but the sauce they serve it with wakes up your palette and leaves you wanting to lick every last drop from the dish! We moved on to the Charcuterie platter which was diverse in both selection and flavors. The mustard and pickles... yes, mustard and pickles on the charcuterie platter, were scrumptious. To complement the charcuterie we ordered the stuffed olives. The stuffed olives were prepared unlike any we have ever had and extremely flavorful. My husband ordered a few oyster shooters and consistent with everything else about the restaurant, they were fresh, flavorful and well presented. Between the four of us we ordered three salads. I ordered the beet salad which is the same salad I had last time. The first time I ordered it, it was garnished with a unique pomegranate powder which gave it a very interesting flavor as well as enhancing the presentation. This time it was still scrumptious but did not include the pomegranate powder. The house made ricotta, high quality very fresh ingredients and complimentary toppings make it a very memorable selection. I did miss the pomegranate powder though. My husband and friend both had the octopus salad. Hubby has been to the restaurant three times and raves and orders the octopus salad every time. My friend found her octopus to be a quite tough. The kale salad was also ordered by one of our group. It was by far the simplest item on the menu yet extremely delicious and very, very fresh. The kale they used must have been a baby kale. It resembled arugula in shape, yet tasted like kale and was very tender. We ordered the specialty cauliflower dish and was again amazed at the uniqueness and flavors. I could eat that every day! It is delicious and not something I have seen on a menu anywhere else. Rounding out our small plate selections we had the brussel sprouts with bacon. Yes, pretty basic you might be thinking, but the way they prepare it or the ingredients, something makes them absolutely delicious. We shared the fettuccine pork ragu and trout sausage. The fettuccine ragu flavors were highly developed, well thought out and perfectly executed. The trout sausage was good but didn't taste at all like trout, more of a typical light sausage. It was good, just not what we were expecting. The desserts look a lot better than they are. I LOVE desserts and they could use some revisions for their dessert offerings. I think perhaps they try to combine too many ingredients in an effort to be unique. As a result the dishes are often complex but not necessarily pleasing. We had the caramel pudding, which is cute and served in a jar, but clunky, yes clunky and not up to the standards of the rest of the menu. We also had the brownie dish and did not care for that either. All in all, I can't say enough good things about this restaurant and hope you have a chance to enjoy it sometime. As for me, I will be back later next week with some out of town guests.

    (5)
  • Warren P.

    Very impressed with how my negative review was handled by Handle's owner. Obviously cares about what people think and values local business. We returned and had a fantastic meal. We will definitely be coming back and also referring to friends.

    (5)
  • Allison W.

    Food was wonderful, service was fantastic, and the atmosphere was fun and creative. Many interesting dishes, well executed, and some astonishingly delicious sauces (the shishito peppers come to mind!) Lovely and varied selection of wines at reasonable prices. We will definitely be back!

    (5)
  • Rachel T.

    Highly recommend this restaurant! Excellent services, staff is very attentive and helpful. The food is great here! The dishes display very interesting and creative uses of seasonal ingredients. They also have some interesting and delicious cocktails.

    (5)
  • Dan N.

    It's nice to finally have a restaurant in Park City that's worth the price. The buffalo cauliflower was awesome, and the fried chicken is second only to Ad Hoc. The cocktails were pretty up to scratch as well - definitely worth a visit

    (5)
  • Treavor H.

    This was a gettaway trip for my wife's bday. We drove up from Vegas for some snow, great food and drinkin'. When we go out we don't usually camp at one place we bounce to 4 or 5 sitting at bars and getting a few things at each place. Handle was our 3rd stop on our first night and we ended up not continuing on. Dre (the bartender) was entertaining and an artist with drinks. We ended up coming here again on our last night and were entertained by a group of hipsters that of course started out by asking for a round of Fireball shots. Dre was more than happy to tell them "We don't have Fireball". This was followed up by "we want doubles off..." immediatly stopped by Dre with "we don't do Doubles" This is due to Utah's strict laws. That put a smile on my face. The food was awesome especially the Smoked Trout Sausage and the Scallop Pho. If you go don't be in a rush as there is only one bartender and he puts love/care in to what he concocts. Also they are slammin' busy. We will make this trip a must as much as we can.

    (4)
  • Peter B.

    Wonderful food and service. Went with a group of six, and we ordered almost everything from the small plate menu--sometimes twice over. Not a misfire on anything.

    (5)
  • Pam S.

    Fun way to eat! Can't go wrong with any of the fabulous small plates just be careful cuz it adds up fast. $340 (with tip) for four of us albeit it two of us had $17 glasses of wine (two each). Food is incredible and so worth it.

    (5)
  • Kim F.

    There's a reason this new restaurant has been featured in everything from Forbes to Salt Lake mag... It's unreal. There's something to be said about an executive chef who will leave a well know restaurant to follow his passion. You taste it in every bite... And we're all grateful for it! If you haven't tried it yet... Do yourself a favor. Go.

    (5)
  • M F.

    We walked in on 3/2/15 Monday night at 1700. Place was completely empty. Hostess asked us if we had a reservation. We laughed... Seated. Great server named Tim. Had to recover for the ineptness of the hostess staff. Had a drink and a couple of appetizers. Good food. Okay drinks. Tim was great. Left at 1830 and it was still dead. Had a bad experience from the start. Of noted there 3 hostesses standing around doing nothing. Acting stupid. If I was the owner I would fire the those young ladies at the front. Not busy enough for several hostesses. They clearly are not concerned about the patrons and the well being of the establishment. Our experience was certainly tainted by the young ladies up front. Might be better the second time around... who knows.

    (1)
  • Howie O.

    I have eaten here a couple of times and thus far love the style and methodology that the food is prepared. I suspect this place will be a top contender to top restaurant in Park City. It lack to stuffiness of some of the other nice places to eat in town and has a much needed upscale feel. Great wine selection pairs well with many of their apps. Try the olives and mussels, the were perfect.

    (5)
  • Rich P.

    Loved this place so much I ate here both nights on a recent trip to Park City. All the staff were super nice and full of great menu suggestions. The menu is comprised of about 8 cold plates, 8 hot plates and 4 "hearty" plates and let's not forget dessert. I tried the buffalo wings inspired cauliflower fritters, chopped salad, mussels (sooo good with some bread to soak up the sauce) and the amazing caramel pudding with chex mix crumble. The next night I went with delicious ribs, broccolini and the burger (was too full for dessert!) Great selection of wines, some fun cocktails and some excellent bottled craft beer choices. All the staff made me feel so welcome, fed me ridiculously well and I left with a big smile on my face. I look forward to heading there again next time I'm in Park City :)

    (5)
  • Kelly S.

    The cheese and meat plate along with the buffalo cauliflower are definitely worth a try. Also got the shishito peppers but will skip those the next time, not that great. Our waiter Tim was awesome, recommended the burger and fried chicken. We tried both and were pleased. Overall a good experience.

    (4)
  • Jon S.

    Fantastic meal & service! Every app was great & the bartender Vince took great care of us in the vodka tasting too. Service by Danni & Ignacio was superb; we'd go back in a minute!

    (5)
  • Raj L.

    Sand in our food and fishy tasting shrimp. When we complained about it, the way they handled it was comical. Instead of acknowledging us for what happened and taking a plate off to the bill, they defended themselves saying "no one has gotten sick" and we "got the shrimp fresh today". I only came here because of the 4.5 avg yelp rating. The worse meal of our week at Park City. Please read the other YELP reviews and decide for yourself.

    (1)
  • Alex M.

    This place was an experience. Every dish is something you've probably haven't had in your life before. The location is away from Main Street and some of the waiters were kind of rude/non-attentive which makes me give the 4 stars. Otherwise, I recommend giving it a try.

    (4)
  • Logan D.

    Great atmosphere, awesome one-of-a-kind food, love the small plates allowing you to taste lots of different flavors. Fun cocktails too!

    (5)
  • Emily E.

    We came to Handle on a night that was not that busy, off season. It took FOREVER. Some of the food was very good but WAY over priced. You would need to spend at least $60 person to feel full. The fried chicken dish is $34 and is no better than getting fried chicken from KFC. The service was pretty horrible. Very slow. Wine list was good. Just totally not worth it. We are not food snobs but this was a FAIL.

    (2)
  • Fletcher K.

    While the flavors were spot on, I'm giving this place 3 stars because my friend and I spent a ton of money on portions that were comically small. We were literally "lol-ing" onto a plato of $12 ribs that included two ribs the size of my index finger. To be fair, the meat on those ribs melted off the bone and were some of the best I've ever tasted. It was a similar story with nearly every dish we had, with the exception of the mussels. Decent portion on the mussels... Handle's also losing stars because our waitress was so pushy with what she thought we should be ordering and how much she thought we should be ordering that she never stopped to consider whether we asked for her opinion in the first place. While I'm sure she believed she was projecting the image of a helpful server, her true motive of getting us to spend an absurd amount of money was only too obvious. Ironically, she achieved her goal, but mostly because my friend and I were starving and continued ordering food based on the demands of our stomachs. One more thing that I want to mention, only because I want to see this place kick ass: the white wine tasted like it had been in a freezer and the red wine was HOT. Also, the only Portuguese Port on the menu was one of the worst ports I've had for awhile. I think a couple sessions with a wine consultant would go a long way here.

    (3)
  • Anna T.

    Everything was delicious! Me and my date ate the mussels, grilled baby octopus, buffalo cauliflower, and smoked trout sausage. I wish we had room for more food! Next time I will definitely be trying the fried chicken. The service was great as well!

    (5)
  • Katie P.

    Great tapas restaurant!! The service and the food were great, on time and friendly!! Expect to pay higher prices for these smaller portions, however it's worth it!!! I recommend the olives and the mussels!!! Followed by the one of their fabulous desserts!! Great setting for a couple dinning out or a group setting!! The place is very small but cozy... Bar on one side and tables on the other looking into the kitchen!! Beautiful setup and you wouldn't know unless you walk in!

    (5)
  • Dana G.

    Best food and so unique and delicious! We trusted yelp reviews and it didn't disappoint. We went for our 25th wedding anniversary! I've never done a review on yelp before but this was so great I had to. The cauliflower is out of this world and we also loved the trout sausage. The fried chicken is scrumptious and the caramel pudding finished it off perfectly. Our waitress Heather was terrific and the entire staff were friendly and inviting!!

    (5)
  • Edoardo R.

    An Amazing Restaurant, The Service was great and very friendly Waiters. The Food was the best in Park City and not to sound strange but the water had an amazing taste. I had a grand plate named "The Baller" and it was a Big Ribeye. Only Greatness will come from this restaurant.

    (5)
  • Kate B.

    Park City needs more restaurants like this. The staff was very helpful with suggestions, but honestly I don't think you could go wrong. The cocktail list is extensive and interesting. Try the buffalo cauliflower for a real taste treat, and to finish the dining experience the caramel pudding in a jar was lovely. I look forward to returning soon to try many more items from the simple yet creative menu.

    (5)
  • Nicole G.

    We dined here on 5/16/15 and it was packed which is a good sign for a resort town during the off season. We had a group of seven and everyone at our table enjoyed every single thing we ordered. The atmosphere was fun, our server was exceptional, and we couldn't have had a better experience. My absolute favorites were the cauliflower, tater tots, fried chicken, and snap pea salad. I also highly recommend the rattlesnake cocktail.

    (5)
  • Pete E.

    One of our favorite spurge restaurants in town is Talisker, so we had to try this one as Chef is from there. Food is excellent but front of the house management / service is not yet there. Trying to be too cool and create a vibe versus focus on service. Interesting dishes, make sure you ask lots of questions as some are tiny and others are shareable. For instance diver scallops is 1 scallop in a bowl with broth while ribs come with two which can be cut into 4. Both very tasty especially the scallop dish which was artful. Veal shortrib small but killer. Our food came out intermittently, sides like Brussels sprouts before entrees and hard to figure out how many plates to order to get full. Menu says hot , cold and hearty. Translation hot n cold are small plates and hearty is an entree size plate. Fried chicken is the go to item on the hearty plates. It was a holiday week, so the zoo crowds may have overwhelmed the kitchen. Will try again midweek when it's slower, as Chef and kitchen is clearly talented. Expect Main Street resort prices but worth the creative skills, and lots of gourmet ingredients to give layering of flavors and textures. Nice addition to the Park City restaurant scene and worthy of multiple visits back to see what chef is creating. Need to be patient as they work out a few service type issues.

    (5)
  • Joseph F.

    Amazing. So good. If you like food and want an incredible meal then this is your place. Period.

    (4)
  • Jacob B.

    I went through the small plates, and although I thought the small plate fascination was overrated and overplayed by 2007 but I believe we have a stand out. Fantastic modern feel and menu proved me wrong Try the trout sausage.

    (5)
  • Vanessa C.

    I took my husband here for his birthday, he is a chef and can be difficult to please but we were both blown way by Handle!!! We have lived all over the world and the dishes rivals some of the best local eateries in London, Sydney, New York and San Fran. For sure this is the best restaurant in Park City and I recommend everyone eat there, the menu will probably change often but if you are fortunate enough to eat while the octopus, buffalo cauliflower, or trout sausage are on the menu please try these items!!! If you are a foodie, chef, or industry insider try the tasting menu, it is more than worth the experience. Loved our server Erikson too!!!!! Briar brings a level of cuisine to town that I hope will continue trending and attract more talented local chefs. Thanks Handle!

    (5)
  • Richard R.

    My wife and I ate at handle last night and really had a great meal. Many of the dishes are quite unique and inventive. The bisque was very good, my octopus was one of the better dishes I've enjoyed all year and the cauliflower was outstanding. My wife loved the shishito peppers and her beet salad was fantastic. I'm going with 5 stars for Handle because of the outstanding and sometimes unique flavors.

    (5)
  • T S.

    Great atmosphere tucked into a strip mall type of place off main st in park city. Service was spectacular. They were so kind to accommodate us after having traffic issues that delayed us 45 minutes! The cocktails were great. The wine was awesome. Loved the charcuterie and cheese board and the bone-in steak was terrific we had dessert as well and it was decadent. Something in a jar and the apple crisp. Thanks to the great staff and chefs!

    (5)
  • Kyle H.

    Fantastic! We went through a bunch of the small plates. The standouts were the ribs with cornbread, the meat and cheese plate, and the melon which was served with fresh peaches. Rachael was our server and she knocked it out of the park. Great food, great waitress, great night. Looking forward to eating there again.

    (5)
  • Craig B.

    Handle is a new restaurant to Park City, but is already the standout of a competitive restaurant scene. The food items are exciting, well executed and unexpected staying true to the season and using many local ingredients. Some must try items include the cauliflower, crudo, pork belly, sturgeon for starters and the fried chicken for heartier fare. I was also fortunate enough to sample my friends burger and can say it is the best i have found in town, and in memory. The design and decor create a inviting atmosphere enlivened by the friendly and knowledgeable staff who are happy to help guide you. Our cocktails were well made, bright and balanced and the wine-list is carefully selected, highlighting smaller producers, and food friendly wines - Meagan's by the glass recommendations were spot on! In short this is a great restaurant, and I can't wait to go back.

    (5)
  • Andy F.

    If you haven't made your way to Handle, the newest hot spot in Park City for good eats and craft cocktails-you're missing out! I haven't been impressed like this in a while. Everything from the decor, to the service, to the menu had me and my girlfriend already planning a return trip next week. Dani, our server was witty and helpful with suggestions. She definitly kept us entertained inbetween orders. The rattlesnake drink was outstanding. The Cauliflower and the Olive apps were unreal. Kudos, we will be back!

    (5)
  • Holly S.

    Handle is awesome! I went there on a whim on a Tuesday night with some friends from out of town. The food was great, and the desserts were even better, especially the caramel pudding. Probably the best dessert I've ever had. The service was impeccable, and the staff were all very friendly. Our server was also very knowledgable about the menu, which I always find very helpful. There aren't many good restaurants in Utah, so I was happy to find Handle, as it would be competitive in any big city market. I highly recommend it!

    (5)
  • Jeremy H.

    Hands down the best new restaurant in PC. They have a fresh new take on old American faves. Great atmosphere, excellent service and all the food is amazing. Stand outs were their buffalo cauliflower, trout sausage, fried chicken and craft cocktails. Can't wait to try more deliciousness. If you're feeling like you need a change of PC dining scenery, look no further than Handle.

    (5)
  • Don C.

    We ate there last night. Friendly staff but very slow service. We just sat at the bar and had some appetizers as we had alternative plans for dinner. We know the place well as we have eaten there many times in the last 10 years when it was under different management. The current concept leaves a lot to be desired. The bar was underwhelming partly due to the fact that they did not serve alcohol due to the latest Utah rules on a restaurant license. Adult beverages were prepared behind a wall and appeared 10 to 15 minutes after ordering. Food was tasty but crazy small portions!! 5 olives die $8 ranks as the most expensive olives I havehad in my life. We ordered mussels also. Tiny mussels were just as rationed as the olives!! Maybe this was just Sundance portions buy they will have to raise their game to win a stable local clientele.

    (3)
  • Geoff K.

    We went to Handle for the first time on a Monday, and liked it enough to return three days later. Truly exciting food from a talented, creative chef. Standout dishes were the beet salad, buffalo cauliflower, warm farro salad, smoked trout sausage and the astoundingly good fried chicken. Service both nights was excellent, from servers who were pleasant and knowledgeable.

    (5)
  • Shelby S.

    We went for our second time on saturday! After our first visit we did not think it could get better, but somehow the chef, managers and service staff exceeded expectations! We had the kale and beet salad which were fresh and delicious. The house made ricotta on the beet salad made the dish. Then we had the meat and cheese charcuterie (highly recommend to share!) and the oysters. The oysters were perfectly presented with a detailed touch. We also had the broccolini (the bacon is the star), the ribs, and the steak. I am quit particular about ribs, and these bad boys beat any dry rub or bbq ribs in the south. For dessert we had the vegan/ gluten free chocolate. And for the birthday boy who doesn't prefer sweets, the server (Kate) put a candle in his margarita! This margarita is the best you will ever have. Bright, refreshing and no artificial flavors. The wine/ cocktail list is artfully designed. We will be returning soon and highly recommend for all occasions!

    (5)
  • Brian B.

    GREAT food, fun staff and a good atmosphere. Utah needs more places like this. I came in for some apps and a glass of wine but stayed for a full meal. And ps. They are open on Mondays.

    (5)
  • Ashley F.

    Very unique feel and food...must do the stuffed olives. Loved the food..they are still trying to figure out the service model though. A little slow

    (3)
  • Myra M.

    Open only a little more than a month, this small-plates (with some big plates) restaurant is fantastic. The chef manages brilliantly to make vegetables amazingly delicious with complex layers of texture and flavor. Pork belly must be had, also broccolini with bacon and hazelnuts. These dishes were a real tour de force. Too bad we're in Park City only one night -- we'd definitely return. Big flavors, elegant presentations. Outstanding.

    (5)
  • Zach S.

    By far the most overpriced cocktails in PC w/ the worst service out! If you're into kids sized drinks & throwing down your bank roll then good luck

    (1)
  • Jack A.

    The vibe was great..cool music, but not so loud that we couldn't hear ourselves think. Kind of a minimal environment, roomy and comfortable. Food was crazy good and we had some interesting cocktails. Where to start with the food...we attacked the menu in different ways. My wife had a "hearty" selection, burger and fries. Looked awesome, fries crazy good but burger not extraordinary. I choose from the small plates. Every one was beyond expectation. The stand out star was the spareribs...generous portion, amazing sauce and it just melted in my mouth. Pork belly was near perfect and the mussels delish. The only reason for 4 stars was the service. Although our waitperson was delightful and a joy, and we have found the same problem at other tapas/small plate places, wait people and cooking staff really have to be on their game or dinner drags on. Again she was very nice and very professional, she just didn't check on us often enough. Got a tiny but frustrating, but still a fab experience. The way they handled everything else leads me to believe they'll figure it out quickly. It's been open just two weeks and its clearly a monster success.

    (4)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :5:00 pm - 10:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner, Late Night
    Parking : Garage
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : No
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Hipster
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

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