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  • Camille K.

    I stopped here for a late breakfast. The line was almost out the door so I figured the people had to be here for some reason. It was about a ten minute wait until I ordered but the service was very friendly and helpful. I ordered the sausage, egg, and cheese on a whole sandwich and a coffee. The coffee was your average cup of joe, nothing to rave about. The sandwich wasn't all that great. The sausage seemed like it was frozen and the cheese was definitely processed; however, the whole bread was delicious. It was an average sandwich. I would definitely stop by to give it a try but don't get your hopes up too high.

    (3)
  • Rachel J.

    I just realized that I've tried 25+ restaurants in the Park CIty area in the last six months, so I decided it's time to write some reviews. Yes, Kneaders is a chain, but the french toast is still the best I've ever had. Except for the coffee, everything I've tried there is tasty.

    (4)
  • Pete B.

    We brunched here, she had a vegetarian sandwich, I had an omelette. Food was quite good and great prices. Fresh, tasty and served very quickly. Brought home some lemon/blueberry bread.

    (5)
  • Eric C.

    I ate there with my small children. Very little meat on the sandwiches. After 8 hours everyone who ate the turkey sandwich threw up VIOLENTLY!! Manager and owners are very rude!!

    (1)
  • Yolanda L.

    The pumpkin bread is to die for!!! Delicious :) The Sanduiches are good but the ham was kind of salt! It's a good for a quick and simple breakfast , coffee was cold :( The bakery part it's much Better them the Sanduiches and soups !

    (2)
  • Rob D.

    Loved the Soups, get it in the sourdough bowl, But get there early in the evening for the bread bowls as they run out.

    (5)
  • david h.

    delicious desserts, pastries, great prices, even have some hearty lunch and breakfast foods they will cook up for you. Friendly staff, I do as often as I can when in PC. Try the delicious cinnamon cake loaf.

    (5)
  • Bonnie C.

    Seriously? I can't understand what the rest of the reviews are about. Is that what Utah thinks a Bakery is? Ugh. The food is crap. The sandwiches have hardly any meat and although the bread is "baked fresh everyday," it tasted stale. I had a croissant sandwich. The croissant was worse than the 12-pack from Costco. It wasn't flaky, it was spongy. Beyond crappy food, the prices are high. Maybe I'm a snob; I've eaten pastries in Paris and in authentic French bakeries in the biggest cities in the US. Even so, I went once and I will NEVER be back

    (1)
  • Trick S.

    Dirty. Dirty. Dirty. I have spoken directly with a store manager/supervisor over the last year and a half regarding the cleanliness and sanitary conditions regarding this establishment. Upon follow up of my initial conversation I was told the first manager I spoke with was no longer with the company. The floor was littered with crumbs, food and trash. The plastic plate under the paper that my sandwich sat upon was filthy and contained crumbs and dirt from precious guests. I want Kneaders to be clean and sanitary because I enjoy their pastries and sandwiches. However, if they don't care about the condition of the face of their restaurant .. What am I not seeing where my food is made?!

    (1)
  • Abdullah S.

    Amazing Place. Very clean, nice stuff, and tasty food. We had breakfast here and the food was not expensive too. My wife and I really liked this place and will definitely come back again next time we visit Park City.

    (5)
  • Adam E.

    Had the turkey cranberry croissant. Not impressed, it was dripping wet with this syrup that did not taste like cranberries much and had one little slice of cheese and just a little bit of turkey. The cup of salad was unremarkable even though I'm remarking on it now. 2 stars because it's kind of a cool atmosphere. But for almost 9 dollars I'm not coming back. I was starving so I ate it all anyway.

    (2)
  • Charlene C.

    My hubby & I were visiting Park City, Utah and stumbled upon Kneaders. Normally we would have passed by a bakery but, for some reason, we stopped in and were thoroughly delighted we did so. They had an amazing variety of items from cookies, cheesecake, bunt cakes, tart-lets, bread pudding and a variety of breads. They also had breakfast & lunch items that sounded delicious.... actually almost too much to choose from! We did decided to indulge- both of us getting a couple of tasty items and taking them back to our hotel room to enjoy during our mini vacation. My hubby had a large peanut butter cookie with chocolate chunks, chocolate topped berry cheesecake and we split a serving of cinnamon apple pecan bread pudding. I also had my favorite - an oatmeal raisin cookie. We were also going to get the blueberry lemon loaf but realized this place was just too dangerous for our waist-lines! We thoroughly enjoyed all of our selection and were even tempted to go back and grab the blueberry lemon loaf! This was certainly a wonderful find to enjoy some decadent desserts!

    (5)
  • Justin S.

    Came here on a Saturday morning and service was quick with a short line. Lots of family's eating and tables were turning over quick enough to keep up with people coming in. Food was good and you can get free refills on pancakes and cinnamon french toast. Also had a breakfast sandwich and it was nice to select the fresh bread on it. Looks like they serve soups,salads, and sandwiches for lunch. Would come back if I was back in the area.

    (5)
  • Joanne H.

    Why does this place only have 3.5 stars?! It's so tasty!! Maybe I'm biased, and the food seemed cheap and delicious compared to eating lunch on the slopes for $20. They have a lot of options. The chicken rasberry nut salad came with feta cheese, which was not specified in the overhead menu, so I had to send it back to be remade as feta is repulsive to me. I also had a chicken salad croissant sandwich, a french dip sandwich, tomato soup, key lime pie, and a apple cinnamon bread pudding. I must sound like I have an eating problem at this point, so let me specify that this was over 2 visits. I enjoyed everything I ordered here, but someone in my party did order something she didn't quite like. It was a well decorated cookie with icing, with some sort of valentines design. So my suggestion would be to stick with the pies and pastries.

    (4)
  • Holly D.

    Went to this Kneaders on a Friday night, 8:00 pm. Three people working, waited 10 minutes to order, and there wasn't anyone in front of us! So disorganized, couldn't answer simple questions about menu items. Waited another 25 minutes for a couple of sandwiches, a soup, and two salads. After 4 attempts, they finally gave us the right dressing for the salads. The restaurant was dirty, service very slow, yet the workers still found time to hang out and chat it up behind a pillar as we waited for our food. I would never go here again.

    (1)
  • M H.

    I was quite pleasantly surprised. Had a delicious salad - turkey, cranberry, and sunflower seeds. Croutons are delicious too! Large portions too. I would return.

    (4)
  • Pam P.

    Cute inside and bakery items are a work of art. Underwhelmed by the staff - could use a little customer service boost, or at least just a friendly smile! Coffee was warm but not hot. Decent prices. Was just an "ok" experience.

    (3)
  • Curtis C.

    This Kneaders is just like any other Kneaders, which to me is a good thing. They are right under the Newpark Hotel, which means they could absolutely jack up prices for tourists, or not offer some of their better deals such as the all you can eat french toast. Instead, they offer everything that the other Kneaders locations offer, and as far as I could tell, at the same price. We went Saturday morning for some all you can eat French Toast. I have no idea why I exclusively order this for breakfast at Kneaders. Maybe it's the fact that it's all you can eat, even though I rarely can eat more than the first serving of it. Oh well. The point is, the french toast is great, and it's all you can eat. It's thick, comes with some syrup as well as some strawberries and cream, and is delicious. The syrup and french toast is refillable, the strawberries and cream are not. It's also really, really convenient. Our room was directly above the location, so we just had to go down the stairs and walk in. It was so convenient that we went the next morning for breakfast as well. I still ordered the french toast the second time, and I still only ate the main serving of it. It's just that thought of unlimited that gets to me and sells me. You can also go with all you can eat sour dough pancakes, but having had both I prefer the french toast hands down. Overall this was a nice, clean and fast location. Prices were good, the food was good, and it definitely gave us the energy to wander around Park City for a day. We will be back to this location next time we stay at this hotel. It is just another Kneaders, so it isn't really worth it to go out of your way to go here, but if you're in the area it's a good bet.

    (3)
  • Addy R.

    We always enjoy drink a coffee and smoothies with delicious cake.. I super recommend this place!!!! :-)

    (5)
  • Brad V.

    Got to love having a Kneaders in Park City. It makes breakfast so tasty and easy. Get there early so you can find a seat outside. Try the all you can eat French toast or pancakes! Everything at Kneaders is worth trying. It is so good.

    (4)
  • Jared S.

    Good food, but restaurant was woefully understaffed. Got dinner at 7:30pm on Thursday night and only three employees seemed to be on staff servicing twenty or so customers in line. Took a long time, like an hour, to order and finally get our food.

    (2)
  • Daniel C.

    Kneaders is a Utah staple. They make the best desserts, ever. Seriously. Their bread pudding - any flavor - is to die for. It's one of the best bread puddings I've ever had. Their fresh bread is amazing, too. We also went there for breakfast recently, and their French toast was great. I always have to pick up something at Kneaders when I visit, and I'll definitely keep up this tradition!

    (4)
  • Greg Q.

    Fast and very good breakfast. The French toast are terrific.

    (4)
  • Nina Z.

    I work in Redstone Center and I've been on a mission to try every restaurant in the area. Check out my profile for more reviews. Kneaders is one of my favorite places to get lunch. It's fast, fresh, delicious, and hearty portions to boot. My favorites are: -The breakfast sandwich on a croissant. Toasty croissant, perfectly cooked eggs, and melty cheese. I usually treat myself to one on the weekends. - The turkey bacon avocado sandwich. It's very filling. - Their signature tuna sandwich, but as a melt. The hazelnut bread gives it a great texture. - Any of the salads, generous portions and fresh ingredients. I've heard the all you can eat french toast before 11 am is pretty tasty, but I have yet to try it myself. As a bonus, they usually have yummy samples free to try by the register. My only complaint is about the coffee. The espresso drinks are fine, but the drip is usually pretty mediocre.

    (5)
  • Yvette L.

    I do not recommend this place for sandwiches. My friend and I both had panini's that were extremely soggy. My turkey & artichoke was horrible! There was two artichoke halves and one chunk of turkey the size of two fingers. Whatever cheese or sauce they used was too much and what made the sandwich soggy.

    (1)
  • Michelle K.

    A few months ago I would have written a review about slow service at this restaurant. I go there weekly and sometimes it would take over 10 minutes to order and then another 20 minutes to get my food at lunch time. However, the last month or so this all seems to have changed. There is more staff, they are friendly, and the service is good. Tables are now clean and there isn't a long line to order. I'm very happy with the changes. Kneaders food is consistently good. I like their sandwiches on the fresh bread. My personal choice is the Roast Beef Ranch. The salads are good (try the chicken raspberry...yum!). And the soups are filling on a cold day. Their bakery items are always delicious too.

    (4)
  • Michelle K.

    So far, I'm a big fan of theirs! I love the small town/bakery/quirky/homey feel within the restaurant and free bread samples. I go there for their weekend brunch special - bottomless chunky cinnamon toast for $5 or $6. It's awesome and very delicious! You literally can get as many toast as you want and it comes with a caramel syrup dipping sauce. The staff is friendly as well and will go around asking if you want 2nds or letting you know it's last call. The place is a fun and spacious sitting area with lots of areas to sit. I would highly recommend this place - plus I'm there every other weekend.

    (4)
  • Julie Z.

    Fresh baked croissants and the best French toast.

    (5)
  • Dan W.

    Went here with great expectations and soon realized how terrible the service is. We ordered a simple AMERICAN omelet. Nothing else. We got napkins and utensils and went to a table outside. As we waited we enjoyed the great weather. We noticed another couple going in to order. The couple came out and sat near us. After about 10 minutes the other couples food came. I waited a bit before I went back in and questioned the server about my order. He went to the kitchen and it seemed like no one had even started my order. He said it would be just a few minutes. I explained we had been waiting already over 25 minutes. I showed him my receipt with the time of the order. When I Finally got my order the server did not even say sorry for the delay. What a poor lack of customer service! This store owner should invest a little time on training his employees to insure proper customer service to the hard working customers that pay for good service and timely delivery of the orders. I would not recommend this place to anyone at all. The service is the worst.

    (1)
  • Deano G.

    Average... The food, the service, all of it. The one thing that I had an issue with was the cleanliness of the place. To the management; shut down for a few days and clean everything. The iced tea dispenser was enough for me to want to leave and not order.... yucky!!!!

    (2)
  • Elias W.

    Ordered the portabella grille..it came out as mixed veggies with 5 small chunks of mushroom that had been oven baked... stilling craving a grilled portabella... going elsewhere...

    (1)
  • Joanna D.

    My boyfriend and I were looking for a good soup place while in town. This place was recommended to us. We didn't think the Cream of Broccoli soup was anything special - its was only "okay." We also got the Turkey Bacon Avocado Focaccia which was AMAZING and the Reuben was good as well. We'd come back here. Girl at the counter was very sweet. Maybe just not get the soup again.

    (3)
  • Robert B.

    Had breakfast here and a snack later on in the day...Both were excellent. Tried almost every brownie that was offered and every one of them were good. Chocolate chip cookies are awesome and there breakfast sandwiches was well worth it

    (5)
  • Ally M.

    You can never go wrong with Kneaders, everything is amazing! Never once had a bad, breakfast, lunch or desert!

    (4)
  • Lupita M.

    OMG! Food here is so delicious! Large portions, healthy selections and for those not counting calories the sweets here are yummy! Spring salad with croutons! A must have.

    (4)
  • Ed W.

    Fast friendly service. The breakfast sandwich was very fresh and tasty. Lavazza coffee. Everything else looked good, just glad it was fast and good tasting.

    (3)
  • Jeff R.

    Kneaders Bakery is located in the New Park Resort complex where I stayed during a vacation to Park City. Great croissants, cinnamon rolls and pancakes.

    (3)
  • Tam M.

    My food was delicious. However, they are really busy and their lobby does not accommodate a line. Additionally, the two times that I ordered from Kneaders, there was a significant line and there was only one person ringing. However, the food made up for the service.

    (3)
  • Peter L.

    Newly opened in Park City (actually Kimbell Junction) in the New Park Mall under the NewPark Hotel. Nice store, great breakfasts and baked goods. Inexpensive by Park City standards with decent coffee and yes "foo-foo" coffee's are available as well. Tried the egg, bacon and cheese on a ciabatta roll, at $4.39 is was a good value and the roll was exceptional. Looking forward to trying some of the lunch items shortly!

    (4)
  • Lindsay H.

    Holy fantastic breakfast! Fresh squeezed OJ for $2 was a bargain, and we were greeted by a friendly representative who made some suggestions and encouraged that we try some of their delicious bread/muffin samples. Other reviewers weren't kidding about the fantastic french toast! Nice strong cinnamon flavor, although I could do without the corn syrupy special sauce. The ham, egg, & cheese 'wich on hazelnut bread was excellent, and I went back for the same on ciabatta the next day.

    (5)
  • preston p.

    This is the place to go for soup. Usually there are four available each day. Two remain constant for the week and two are Rotated daily. Sandwiches are Pretty good .. But since you get bread with the soup . . Why bother? Desserts are good too. Service is quick .. Except at Xmas and Sundance.

    (3)
  • Rob B.

    We had breakfast here, and there was no wait (during the summer). The cinnamon french toast was delicious and the croissant sandwich with egg and bacon was very good. Prices are quite reasonable, especially considering the prices downtown. Right next door to the Newpark Hotel.

    (5)
  • Rachael L.

    We got a breakfast croissant, pancakes, side of scrambled eggs and 2 coffees for around $13. If we were charged correctly then this place has great prices! Food was good- not outstanding, but good. It is not noted that the bfast sandwich comes on a croissant, which I would not have personally chosen for health-conscious reasons, but it tasted pretty good. If you are a french toast lover, this place looks like the place to go! 2" thick slabs of french toast, looked pretty stellar. Their baked goods/sweets looked amazing. They also offer fresh samples of cinnamon rolls (delicious) and a couple other baked items at the register. Bonus!

    (4)
  • Karen W.

    Delicious sandwiches and desserts. I had the special for the day, (crab roll), and a key lime tart. The crab roll, made from imitation crab, was a generous portion, and served on fresh romaine, with slices of onion and fresh avocado on top, dusted with salt and pepper. The bread that came with the sandwich was amazing, it was nicely toasted on the outside, had a lovely chewiness on the inside, and the flavor was buttery rich. The key lime tart was good, not too tart, not too sweet.

    (4)
  • Kathy D.

    Love this place. The turkey bacon avocado on focaccia is my favorite. Grab a sugar cookie to go. The kids ged cheese is good too. Featuring artisan breads.

    (5)
  • Wendy P.

    My experience with Kneaders has only been with their sweet stuff. Brownies, eclairs, cookies, and blueberry bread. I am never disappointed. The quality is fantastic - super fresh and delicious flavors. Out of everything I have tried, the eclair is my absolute favorite. I can't wait to go back and get another one! Items can be a little pricey - but I am not complaining at all. I am always willing to pay a little extra from homemade freshness. It is worth it.

    (4)
  • Mike A.

    Great chocolate croissant paired with a cup of Lavazza coffee. Do I really need to go to work now? Darn! I think the french toast here ($5.25) is an all you can eat option. I did not see it on the board, but that's what it said on my receipt. Looks good, so I will most Iikey try it before leaving town.

    (4)
  • Cliff H.

    Kneaders has some very reasonably priced fine desserts. Their soups and sandwiches look very good but I did not get a chance to try.

    (4)
  • Kristine W.

    Spent a lot of time here while staying at the attached hotel. Service was good and friendly and food was yummy! We especially enjoyed the delicious, reasonably priced desserts. The key lime tart was our favorite!

    (4)
  • Robert C.

    Nothing much to gripe about here. The coffee was good, as was the breakfast sandwich with the fruit cup side. Can't complain about the service because there is none. At Kneaders you order at the counter and take the number to your table; no biggie. Very convenient to the Newpark Hotel which occupies the same building.

    (5)
  • chris m.

    I only buy whole loaves to go and have never been disappointed. I've not been tempted to eat here as I'm not a fan of how loud and open it is.

    (4)
  • Trtman W.

    Kneaders used to have a good sandwich. I noticed this year they have slipped on the quality, though. They have shrunk the sandwiches and they don't taste like they used to taste. We've had a number of Kneader's visits to Park City. I have noticed their soup quality slipping, too. Chintzier on the chicken in the chicken noodle soup. This will be our last visit until I hear their quality increases. For the price, even Subway is better now. That's a shame. Try Del Taco if you are on a budget. TONS of 3 star places in Park City. JUST TONS.

    (3)
  • Dennis M.

    We ate lunch here again today with a friend.....their salads with fresh turkey on them are awesome! Very friendly staff too. Nice selection of samples while waiting in line to order/pay. We'll be back for sure.

    (4)
  • Jules S.

    Kneaders is a great place with counter service for a quick breakfast. PC has a serious shortage of delicious and reasonably priced breakfast places. Kneaders has an all you can eat chunky cinnamon French toast for $5.29. Top that. And they were good too with a nice dipping sauce! I also got a bacon, egg & cheese on ciabatta roll. The roll was huge and very nice tasting so I didn't mind that it was so big. But I stole a piece of French toast as well. :) They had a number of other delicious looking pastries such as giant cinnamon rolls, key lime tarts, fruit tarts, croissants... Service was very friendly and fast and the chai tea latte was unusual but very good. My only complaint is that on a cold winter's morning, the wooden slat benches were cold and uncomfortable. It wasn't a place I wanted to hang around for a while. If they made it more comfy, that would make it so much more inviting. I also got a cake to go for our anniversary. I should have gotten one of their specialty cakes but instead put a combo together from their wedding cake menu. That was a mistake- the dark chocolate cake part was pretty good with a nice crumb, but the raspberry filling was nonexistent (every once in a while I could crunch a seed, but the flavor didn't permeate at all. Also the chocolate buttercream was slightly above average, but a little dry. I agree with John G to not let them write on the cake- go with decorations instead. In retrospect I should have gotten their vanilla cake with strawberry cream cheese which I'm sure they would have done a great job with. That said, I am critiquing a very cheap cake and I'm certain the quality is better than grocery store, and for the same price. Note that they are open on Sundays despite what their website says. Definitely worth dropping in- great value.

    (4)
  • Phil P.

    If it was possible to give a 0-star review for this place I would. My wife and I loved this place until we ended up with food poisoning after we ate here. Neither one of us has ever had food poisoning, but we definitely do not want to have it again! We contacted the health department, and they were going to investigate it for us. This place has so much potential, but something needs to change with the way they handle their food. I don't wish what we went through on our worst enemy.

    (1)
  • Jennifer P.

    Stopped here for a half sandwich and soup combo. The combos have limited options- I wanted a tuna salad sandwich but that was a no go. My turkey sandwich was good, in line with what you find at similar bakery chains like Panera or Corner Bakery. Iced tea was superb. Overall a very nice place for lunch.

    (3)
  • Candace R.

    We took a trip out to Park City to do a little sight-seeing, and we stopped for lunch and my group of four decided to stop in to Kneaders. I took at the menu which is pretty expansive, and knew I wanted a sandwich and soup, since it was FREEZING outside (sorry, from AZ :)). I tasted the tomato basil raviolini and decided to have that along with a chicken sandwich. Everything was really fresh and tasty. And definitely filling. In hindsight I can't say if it was worth the $11 (+ drink), but at the time I definitely enjoyed it. After our meals, we all headed back to the front and picked out some sweets to take back on our bus. I had the german chocolate brownie (bomb), and the fruit tart, both of which were delish.

    (4)
  • Jen D.

    What a cute little bakery! Kneaders is located on the ground level outside Newpark Resort hotel. After staring and drooling at the picture of the french toast in the hotel elevator all weekend, I had to stop in before my trip ended. Not only was the french toast delicious, but the service was very friendly and SUPER FAST. Besides the french toast, they have plenty of other goodies and drinks to choose from. There are whole cakes and loaves of bread that you can take to go also. They even have all these cute little items you can purchase to make your own gift basket with, complete with a decorative paper and ribbon station...such a great idea! I wish I stopped by earlier along in my trip, because I would have made Kneaders my morning spot. At least now I know for next time! Oh wait...I almost forgot about my all time favorite thing to eat...they have chocolate covered strawberries!!! OMG, heaven. :)

    (4)
  • t d.

    Cute...smells great....food ok. Maybe the atmosphere and the smell raised my expectation level, but the food was just ok. Our cinnamon bun was microwaved and it smelled really good, but within 10 minutes it was hard and dry. The coffee and hot chocolates were good. The cannoli, blueberry bread, muffin top, and eclairs were also good.

    (4)
  • Isabelle M.

    I go here all the time. Everything is wonderful! Love the French toast!

    (5)
  • Elba M.

    Perfect for a quick breakfast. The french toast is wonderful as well as the breakfast sandwich. Great bakery. Good coffee and smoothies!!! I have every intention of being a repeat customer when in Park City.

    (4)
  • Kevin T.

    The baked goods are quite good. The sandwiches are pretty average, with nowhere near enough protein in between the large slabs of sourdough.

    (3)
  • Lisa F.

    Very good food and atmosphere. Delicious sandwiches and soup.

    (4)
  • John G.

    Breakfast pancakes are fantastic. Drip coffee is marginal. Paninis are hit and miss, some really soggy, which doesn't make sense to me. Maybe they are pre making them? Got a cake here for a birthday and it tasted great and looked great--until they wrote on it. The writing was unfortunately horribly done. We covered it with rose petals. Four stars because when it is good it is excellent.

    (4)
  • Clifford K.

    Kneaders bakery in Newpark is dope! Baked goods, pastries and fresh bread look amazing. Great displays. I ordered the tuna on 12 grain. Tuna was awesome it has dill in it which I love. I got the combo for about 10 bucks. Soda, sandwich and a side. I got the potato salad which was fresh and really good. Thinly sliced potatoes yum! I'm use to Panera back in Chicago and this place is much better. More at home feel, and I hope they keep it that way. Can't wait to go here for breakfast next time I'm in PC.

    (5)
  • Robert B.

    Had breakfast here and a snack later on in the day...Both were excellent. Tried almost every brownie that was offered and every one of them were good. Chocolate chip cookies are awesome and there breakfast sandwiches was well worth it

    (5)
  • Greg Q.

    Fast and very good breakfast. The French toast are terrific.

    (4)
  • Dan W.

    Went here with great expectations and soon realized how terrible the service is. We ordered a simple AMERICAN omelet. Nothing else. We got napkins and utensils and went to a table outside. As we waited we enjoyed the great weather. We noticed another couple going in to order. The couple came out and sat near us. After about 10 minutes the other couples food came. I waited a bit before I went back in and questioned the server about my order. He went to the kitchen and it seemed like no one had even started my order. He said it would be just a few minutes. I explained we had been waiting already over 25 minutes. I showed him my receipt with the time of the order. When I Finally got my order the server did not even say sorry for the delay. What a poor lack of customer service! This store owner should invest a little time on training his employees to insure proper customer service to the hard working customers that pay for good service and timely delivery of the orders. I would not recommend this place to anyone at all. The service is the worst.

    (1)
  • Deano G.

    Average... The food, the service, all of it. The one thing that I had an issue with was the cleanliness of the place. To the management; shut down for a few days and clean everything. The iced tea dispenser was enough for me to want to leave and not order.... yucky!!!!

    (2)
  • Elias W.

    Ordered the portabella grille..it came out as mixed veggies with 5 small chunks of mushroom that had been oven baked... stilling craving a grilled portabella... going elsewhere...

    (1)
  • Joanna D.

    My boyfriend and I were looking for a good soup place while in town. This place was recommended to us. We didn't think the Cream of Broccoli soup was anything special - its was only "okay." We also got the Turkey Bacon Avocado Focaccia which was AMAZING and the Reuben was good as well. We'd come back here. Girl at the counter was very sweet. Maybe just not get the soup again.

    (3)
  • Ally M.

    You can never go wrong with Kneaders, everything is amazing! Never once had a bad, breakfast, lunch or desert!

    (4)
  • Lupita M.

    OMG! Food here is so delicious! Large portions, healthy selections and for those not counting calories the sweets here are yummy! Spring salad with croutons! A must have.

    (4)
  • Trick S.

    Dirty. Dirty. Dirty. I have spoken directly with a store manager/supervisor over the last year and a half regarding the cleanliness and sanitary conditions regarding this establishment. Upon follow up of my initial conversation I was told the first manager I spoke with was no longer with the company. The floor was littered with crumbs, food and trash. The plastic plate under the paper that my sandwich sat upon was filthy and contained crumbs and dirt from precious guests. I want Kneaders to be clean and sanitary because I enjoy their pastries and sandwiches. However, if they don't care about the condition of the face of their restaurant .. What am I not seeing where my food is made?!

    (1)
  • Abdullah S.

    Amazing Place. Very clean, nice stuff, and tasty food. We had breakfast here and the food was not expensive too. My wife and I really liked this place and will definitely come back again next time we visit Park City.

    (5)
  • Adam E.

    Had the turkey cranberry croissant. Not impressed, it was dripping wet with this syrup that did not taste like cranberries much and had one little slice of cheese and just a little bit of turkey. The cup of salad was unremarkable even though I'm remarking on it now. 2 stars because it's kind of a cool atmosphere. But for almost 9 dollars I'm not coming back. I was starving so I ate it all anyway.

    (2)
  • Karen W.

    Delicious sandwiches and desserts. I had the special for the day, (crab roll), and a key lime tart. The crab roll, made from imitation crab, was a generous portion, and served on fresh romaine, with slices of onion and fresh avocado on top, dusted with salt and pepper. The bread that came with the sandwich was amazing, it was nicely toasted on the outside, had a lovely chewiness on the inside, and the flavor was buttery rich. The key lime tart was good, not too tart, not too sweet.

    (4)
  • Kathy D.

    Love this place. The turkey bacon avocado on focaccia is my favorite. Grab a sugar cookie to go. The kids ged cheese is good too. Featuring artisan breads.

    (5)
  • Rachael L.

    We got a breakfast croissant, pancakes, side of scrambled eggs and 2 coffees for around $13. If we were charged correctly then this place has great prices! Food was good- not outstanding, but good. It is not noted that the bfast sandwich comes on a croissant, which I would not have personally chosen for health-conscious reasons, but it tasted pretty good. If you are a french toast lover, this place looks like the place to go! 2" thick slabs of french toast, looked pretty stellar. Their baked goods/sweets looked amazing. They also offer fresh samples of cinnamon rolls (delicious) and a couple other baked items at the register. Bonus!

    (4)
  • Isabelle M.

    I go here all the time. Everything is wonderful! Love the French toast!

    (5)
  • Elba M.

    Perfect for a quick breakfast. The french toast is wonderful as well as the breakfast sandwich. Great bakery. Good coffee and smoothies!!! I have every intention of being a repeat customer when in Park City.

    (4)
  • Kevin T.

    The baked goods are quite good. The sandwiches are pretty average, with nowhere near enough protein in between the large slabs of sourdough.

    (3)
  • Lisa F.

    Very good food and atmosphere. Delicious sandwiches and soup.

    (4)
  • John G.

    Breakfast pancakes are fantastic. Drip coffee is marginal. Paninis are hit and miss, some really soggy, which doesn't make sense to me. Maybe they are pre making them? Got a cake here for a birthday and it tasted great and looked great--until they wrote on it. The writing was unfortunately horribly done. We covered it with rose petals. Four stars because when it is good it is excellent.

    (4)
  • Ed W.

    Fast friendly service. The breakfast sandwich was very fresh and tasty. Lavazza coffee. Everything else looked good, just glad it was fast and good tasting.

    (3)
  • Jeff R.

    Kneaders Bakery is located in the New Park Resort complex where I stayed during a vacation to Park City. Great croissants, cinnamon rolls and pancakes.

    (3)
  • Tam M.

    My food was delicious. However, they are really busy and their lobby does not accommodate a line. Additionally, the two times that I ordered from Kneaders, there was a significant line and there was only one person ringing. However, the food made up for the service.

    (3)
  • Peter L.

    Newly opened in Park City (actually Kimbell Junction) in the New Park Mall under the NewPark Hotel. Nice store, great breakfasts and baked goods. Inexpensive by Park City standards with decent coffee and yes "foo-foo" coffee's are available as well. Tried the egg, bacon and cheese on a ciabatta roll, at $4.39 is was a good value and the roll was exceptional. Looking forward to trying some of the lunch items shortly!

    (4)
  • Lindsay H.

    Holy fantastic breakfast! Fresh squeezed OJ for $2 was a bargain, and we were greeted by a friendly representative who made some suggestions and encouraged that we try some of their delicious bread/muffin samples. Other reviewers weren't kidding about the fantastic french toast! Nice strong cinnamon flavor, although I could do without the corn syrupy special sauce. The ham, egg, & cheese 'wich on hazelnut bread was excellent, and I went back for the same on ciabatta the next day.

    (5)
  • Phil P.

    If it was possible to give a 0-star review for this place I would. My wife and I loved this place until we ended up with food poisoning after we ate here. Neither one of us has ever had food poisoning, but we definitely do not want to have it again! We contacted the health department, and they were going to investigate it for us. This place has so much potential, but something needs to change with the way they handle their food. I don't wish what we went through on our worst enemy.

    (1)
  • Jennifer P.

    Stopped here for a half sandwich and soup combo. The combos have limited options- I wanted a tuna salad sandwich but that was a no go. My turkey sandwich was good, in line with what you find at similar bakery chains like Panera or Corner Bakery. Iced tea was superb. Overall a very nice place for lunch.

    (3)
  • Candace R.

    We took a trip out to Park City to do a little sight-seeing, and we stopped for lunch and my group of four decided to stop in to Kneaders. I took at the menu which is pretty expansive, and knew I wanted a sandwich and soup, since it was FREEZING outside (sorry, from AZ :)). I tasted the tomato basil raviolini and decided to have that along with a chicken sandwich. Everything was really fresh and tasty. And definitely filling. In hindsight I can't say if it was worth the $11 (+ drink), but at the time I definitely enjoyed it. After our meals, we all headed back to the front and picked out some sweets to take back on our bus. I had the german chocolate brownie (bomb), and the fruit tart, both of which were delish.

    (4)
  • Mike A.

    Great chocolate croissant paired with a cup of Lavazza coffee. Do I really need to go to work now? Darn! I think the french toast here ($5.25) is an all you can eat option. I did not see it on the board, but that's what it said on my receipt. Looks good, so I will most Iikey try it before leaving town.

    (4)
  • Wendy P.

    My experience with Kneaders has only been with their sweet stuff. Brownies, eclairs, cookies, and blueberry bread. I am never disappointed. The quality is fantastic - super fresh and delicious flavors. Out of everything I have tried, the eclair is my absolute favorite. I can't wait to go back and get another one! Items can be a little pricey - but I am not complaining at all. I am always willing to pay a little extra from homemade freshness. It is worth it.

    (4)
  • Cliff H.

    Kneaders has some very reasonably priced fine desserts. Their soups and sandwiches look very good but I did not get a chance to try.

    (4)
  • Kristine W.

    Spent a lot of time here while staying at the attached hotel. Service was good and friendly and food was yummy! We especially enjoyed the delicious, reasonably priced desserts. The key lime tart was our favorite!

    (4)
  • Robert C.

    Nothing much to gripe about here. The coffee was good, as was the breakfast sandwich with the fruit cup side. Can't complain about the service because there is none. At Kneaders you order at the counter and take the number to your table; no biggie. Very convenient to the Newpark Hotel which occupies the same building.

    (5)
  • chris m.

    I only buy whole loaves to go and have never been disappointed. I've not been tempted to eat here as I'm not a fan of how loud and open it is.

    (4)
  • Dennis M.

    We ate lunch here again today with a friend.....their salads with fresh turkey on them are awesome! Very friendly staff too. Nice selection of samples while waiting in line to order/pay. We'll be back for sure.

    (4)
  • Clifford K.

    Kneaders bakery in Newpark is dope! Baked goods, pastries and fresh bread look amazing. Great displays. I ordered the tuna on 12 grain. Tuna was awesome it has dill in it which I love. I got the combo for about 10 bucks. Soda, sandwich and a side. I got the potato salad which was fresh and really good. Thinly sliced potatoes yum! I'm use to Panera back in Chicago and this place is much better. More at home feel, and I hope they keep it that way. Can't wait to go here for breakfast next time I'm in PC.

    (5)
  • Trtman W.

    Kneaders used to have a good sandwich. I noticed this year they have slipped on the quality, though. They have shrunk the sandwiches and they don't taste like they used to taste. We've had a number of Kneader's visits to Park City. I have noticed their soup quality slipping, too. Chintzier on the chicken in the chicken noodle soup. This will be our last visit until I hear their quality increases. For the price, even Subway is better now. That's a shame. Try Del Taco if you are on a budget. TONS of 3 star places in Park City. JUST TONS.

    (3)
  • david h.

    delicious desserts, pastries, great prices, even have some hearty lunch and breakfast foods they will cook up for you. Friendly staff, I do as often as I can when in PC. Try the delicious cinnamon cake loaf.

    (5)
  • Bonnie C.

    Seriously? I can't understand what the rest of the reviews are about. Is that what Utah thinks a Bakery is? Ugh. The food is crap. The sandwiches have hardly any meat and although the bread is "baked fresh everyday," it tasted stale. I had a croissant sandwich. The croissant was worse than the 12-pack from Costco. It wasn't flaky, it was spongy. Beyond crappy food, the prices are high. Maybe I'm a snob; I've eaten pastries in Paris and in authentic French bakeries in the biggest cities in the US. Even so, I went once and I will NEVER be back

    (1)
  • Jen D.

    What a cute little bakery! Kneaders is located on the ground level outside Newpark Resort hotel. After staring and drooling at the picture of the french toast in the hotel elevator all weekend, I had to stop in before my trip ended. Not only was the french toast delicious, but the service was very friendly and SUPER FAST. Besides the french toast, they have plenty of other goodies and drinks to choose from. There are whole cakes and loaves of bread that you can take to go also. They even have all these cute little items you can purchase to make your own gift basket with, complete with a decorative paper and ribbon station...such a great idea! I wish I stopped by earlier along in my trip, because I would have made Kneaders my morning spot. At least now I know for next time! Oh wait...I almost forgot about my all time favorite thing to eat...they have chocolate covered strawberries!!! OMG, heaven. :)

    (4)
  • t d.

    Cute...smells great....food ok. Maybe the atmosphere and the smell raised my expectation level, but the food was just ok. Our cinnamon bun was microwaved and it smelled really good, but within 10 minutes it was hard and dry. The coffee and hot chocolates were good. The cannoli, blueberry bread, muffin top, and eclairs were also good.

    (4)
  • Michelle K.

    So far, I'm a big fan of theirs! I love the small town/bakery/quirky/homey feel within the restaurant and free bread samples. I go there for their weekend brunch special - bottomless chunky cinnamon toast for $5 or $6. It's awesome and very delicious! You literally can get as many toast as you want and it comes with a caramel syrup dipping sauce. The staff is friendly as well and will go around asking if you want 2nds or letting you know it's last call. The place is a fun and spacious sitting area with lots of areas to sit. I would highly recommend this place - plus I'm there every other weekend.

    (4)
  • Julie Z.

    Fresh baked croissants and the best French toast.

    (5)
  • Jared S.

    Good food, but restaurant was woefully understaffed. Got dinner at 7:30pm on Thursday night and only three employees seemed to be on staff servicing twenty or so customers in line. Took a long time, like an hour, to order and finally get our food.

    (2)
  • Daniel C.

    Kneaders is a Utah staple. They make the best desserts, ever. Seriously. Their bread pudding - any flavor - is to die for. It's one of the best bread puddings I've ever had. Their fresh bread is amazing, too. We also went there for breakfast recently, and their French toast was great. I always have to pick up something at Kneaders when I visit, and I'll definitely keep up this tradition!

    (4)
  • Joanne H.

    Why does this place only have 3.5 stars?! It's so tasty!! Maybe I'm biased, and the food seemed cheap and delicious compared to eating lunch on the slopes for $20. They have a lot of options. The chicken rasberry nut salad came with feta cheese, which was not specified in the overhead menu, so I had to send it back to be remade as feta is repulsive to me. I also had a chicken salad croissant sandwich, a french dip sandwich, tomato soup, key lime pie, and a apple cinnamon bread pudding. I must sound like I have an eating problem at this point, so let me specify that this was over 2 visits. I enjoyed everything I ordered here, but someone in my party did order something she didn't quite like. It was a well decorated cookie with icing, with some sort of valentines design. So my suggestion would be to stick with the pies and pastries.

    (4)
  • Holly D.

    Went to this Kneaders on a Friday night, 8:00 pm. Three people working, waited 10 minutes to order, and there wasn't anyone in front of us! So disorganized, couldn't answer simple questions about menu items. Waited another 25 minutes for a couple of sandwiches, a soup, and two salads. After 4 attempts, they finally gave us the right dressing for the salads. The restaurant was dirty, service very slow, yet the workers still found time to hang out and chat it up behind a pillar as we waited for our food. I would never go here again.

    (1)
  • Justin S.

    Came here on a Saturday morning and service was quick with a short line. Lots of family's eating and tables were turning over quick enough to keep up with people coming in. Food was good and you can get free refills on pancakes and cinnamon french toast. Also had a breakfast sandwich and it was nice to select the fresh bread on it. Looks like they serve soups,salads, and sandwiches for lunch. Would come back if I was back in the area.

    (5)
  • M H.

    I was quite pleasantly surprised. Had a delicious salad - turkey, cranberry, and sunflower seeds. Croutons are delicious too! Large portions too. I would return.

    (4)
  • Pam P.

    Cute inside and bakery items are a work of art. Underwhelmed by the staff - could use a little customer service boost, or at least just a friendly smile! Coffee was warm but not hot. Decent prices. Was just an "ok" experience.

    (3)
  • Curtis C.

    This Kneaders is just like any other Kneaders, which to me is a good thing. They are right under the Newpark Hotel, which means they could absolutely jack up prices for tourists, or not offer some of their better deals such as the all you can eat french toast. Instead, they offer everything that the other Kneaders locations offer, and as far as I could tell, at the same price. We went Saturday morning for some all you can eat French Toast. I have no idea why I exclusively order this for breakfast at Kneaders. Maybe it's the fact that it's all you can eat, even though I rarely can eat more than the first serving of it. Oh well. The point is, the french toast is great, and it's all you can eat. It's thick, comes with some syrup as well as some strawberries and cream, and is delicious. The syrup and french toast is refillable, the strawberries and cream are not. It's also really, really convenient. Our room was directly above the location, so we just had to go down the stairs and walk in. It was so convenient that we went the next morning for breakfast as well. I still ordered the french toast the second time, and I still only ate the main serving of it. It's just that thought of unlimited that gets to me and sells me. You can also go with all you can eat sour dough pancakes, but having had both I prefer the french toast hands down. Overall this was a nice, clean and fast location. Prices were good, the food was good, and it definitely gave us the energy to wander around Park City for a day. We will be back to this location next time we stay at this hotel. It is just another Kneaders, so it isn't really worth it to go out of your way to go here, but if you're in the area it's a good bet.

    (3)
  • Addy R.

    We always enjoy drink a coffee and smoothies with delicious cake.. I super recommend this place!!!! :-)

    (5)
  • Brad V.

    Got to love having a Kneaders in Park City. It makes breakfast so tasty and easy. Get there early so you can find a seat outside. Try the all you can eat French toast or pancakes! Everything at Kneaders is worth trying. It is so good.

    (4)
  • Nina Z.

    I work in Redstone Center and I've been on a mission to try every restaurant in the area. Check out my profile for more reviews. Kneaders is one of my favorite places to get lunch. It's fast, fresh, delicious, and hearty portions to boot. My favorites are: -The breakfast sandwich on a croissant. Toasty croissant, perfectly cooked eggs, and melty cheese. I usually treat myself to one on the weekends. - The turkey bacon avocado sandwich. It's very filling. - Their signature tuna sandwich, but as a melt. The hazelnut bread gives it a great texture. - Any of the salads, generous portions and fresh ingredients. I've heard the all you can eat french toast before 11 am is pretty tasty, but I have yet to try it myself. As a bonus, they usually have yummy samples free to try by the register. My only complaint is about the coffee. The espresso drinks are fine, but the drip is usually pretty mediocre.

    (5)
  • Yvette L.

    I do not recommend this place for sandwiches. My friend and I both had panini's that were extremely soggy. My turkey & artichoke was horrible! There was two artichoke halves and one chunk of turkey the size of two fingers. Whatever cheese or sauce they used was too much and what made the sandwich soggy.

    (1)
  • Michelle K.

    A few months ago I would have written a review about slow service at this restaurant. I go there weekly and sometimes it would take over 10 minutes to order and then another 20 minutes to get my food at lunch time. However, the last month or so this all seems to have changed. There is more staff, they are friendly, and the service is good. Tables are now clean and there isn't a long line to order. I'm very happy with the changes. Kneaders food is consistently good. I like their sandwiches on the fresh bread. My personal choice is the Roast Beef Ranch. The salads are good (try the chicken raspberry...yum!). And the soups are filling on a cold day. Their bakery items are always delicious too.

    (4)
  • Camille K.

    I stopped here for a late breakfast. The line was almost out the door so I figured the people had to be here for some reason. It was about a ten minute wait until I ordered but the service was very friendly and helpful. I ordered the sausage, egg, and cheese on a whole sandwich and a coffee. The coffee was your average cup of joe, nothing to rave about. The sandwich wasn't all that great. The sausage seemed like it was frozen and the cheese was definitely processed; however, the whole bread was delicious. It was an average sandwich. I would definitely stop by to give it a try but don't get your hopes up too high.

    (3)
  • Rachel J.

    I just realized that I've tried 25+ restaurants in the Park CIty area in the last six months, so I decided it's time to write some reviews. Yes, Kneaders is a chain, but the french toast is still the best I've ever had. Except for the coffee, everything I've tried there is tasty.

    (4)
  • Pete B.

    We brunched here, she had a vegetarian sandwich, I had an omelette. Food was quite good and great prices. Fresh, tasty and served very quickly. Brought home some lemon/blueberry bread.

    (5)
  • Eric C.

    I ate there with my small children. Very little meat on the sandwiches. After 8 hours everyone who ate the turkey sandwich threw up VIOLENTLY!! Manager and owners are very rude!!

    (1)
  • Yolanda L.

    The pumpkin bread is to die for!!! Delicious :) The Sanduiches are good but the ham was kind of salt! It's a good for a quick and simple breakfast , coffee was cold :( The bakery part it's much Better them the Sanduiches and soups !

    (2)
  • Rob D.

    Loved the Soups, get it in the sourdough bowl, But get there early in the evening for the bread bowls as they run out.

    (5)
  • Jules S.

    Kneaders is a great place with counter service for a quick breakfast. PC has a serious shortage of delicious and reasonably priced breakfast places. Kneaders has an all you can eat chunky cinnamon French toast for $5.29. Top that. And they were good too with a nice dipping sauce! I also got a bacon, egg & cheese on ciabatta roll. The roll was huge and very nice tasting so I didn't mind that it was so big. But I stole a piece of French toast as well. :) They had a number of other delicious looking pastries such as giant cinnamon rolls, key lime tarts, fruit tarts, croissants... Service was very friendly and fast and the chai tea latte was unusual but very good. My only complaint is that on a cold winter's morning, the wooden slat benches were cold and uncomfortable. It wasn't a place I wanted to hang around for a while. If they made it more comfy, that would make it so much more inviting. I also got a cake to go for our anniversary. I should have gotten one of their specialty cakes but instead put a combo together from their wedding cake menu. That was a mistake- the dark chocolate cake part was pretty good with a nice crumb, but the raspberry filling was nonexistent (every once in a while I could crunch a seed, but the flavor didn't permeate at all. Also the chocolate buttercream was slightly above average, but a little dry. I agree with John G to not let them write on the cake- go with decorations instead. In retrospect I should have gotten their vanilla cake with strawberry cream cheese which I'm sure they would have done a great job with. That said, I am critiquing a very cheap cake and I'm certain the quality is better than grocery store, and for the same price. Note that they are open on Sundays despite what their website says. Definitely worth dropping in- great value.

    (4)
  • preston p.

    This is the place to go for soup. Usually there are four available each day. Two remain constant for the week and two are Rotated daily. Sandwiches are Pretty good .. But since you get bread with the soup . . Why bother? Desserts are good too. Service is quick .. Except at Xmas and Sundance.

    (3)
  • Rob B.

    We had breakfast here, and there was no wait (during the summer). The cinnamon french toast was delicious and the croissant sandwich with egg and bacon was very good. Prices are quite reasonable, especially considering the prices downtown. Right next door to the Newpark Hotel.

    (5)
  • Charlene C.

    My hubby & I were visiting Park City, Utah and stumbled upon Kneaders. Normally we would have passed by a bakery but, for some reason, we stopped in and were thoroughly delighted we did so. They had an amazing variety of items from cookies, cheesecake, bunt cakes, tart-lets, bread pudding and a variety of breads. They also had breakfast & lunch items that sounded delicious.... actually almost too much to choose from! We did decided to indulge- both of us getting a couple of tasty items and taking them back to our hotel room to enjoy during our mini vacation. My hubby had a large peanut butter cookie with chocolate chunks, chocolate topped berry cheesecake and we split a serving of cinnamon apple pecan bread pudding. I also had my favorite - an oatmeal raisin cookie. We were also going to get the blueberry lemon loaf but realized this place was just too dangerous for our waist-lines! We thoroughly enjoyed all of our selection and were even tempted to go back and grab the blueberry lemon loaf! This was certainly a wonderful find to enjoy some decadent desserts!

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:00 am - 9:00pm
  • Mon : 7:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Breakfast, Brunch
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes

Kneaders Bakery & Cafe

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