6 Family Friendly Dining Options in Park City

Bring the whole family for a kid-friendly feast!

By Melissa Fields January 1, 2014 Published in the Winter/Spring 2014 issue of Park City Magazine

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Daly's Pub & Rec at Montage Deer Valley

Feeling as though you’re indefinitely relegated to the pizza-party room is one of the not-so-fun parts of parenthood. Following are a few dining options sure to please both you and your offspring.

Located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, Baja Cantina (435.649.2252) is a no-brainer choice for après-ski munchies or dinner after skiing or ice skating on the Resort Center ice rink.

A bowling alley and vintage arcade games keep your kids busy while you enjoy a cocktail and adult conversation at Daly’s Pub & Rec (inside the Montage Deer Valley, 9100 Marsac Ave, 435.604.1300).

Frat-house chic may be the best way to describe the décor inside Davanza’s (690 Park Ave, 435.649.222) which is exactly why your kids will love this very down-to-earth, very Park City hangout where burgers, subs, street tacos, and pizza are the status quo. Be sure to try the fry sauce.

If the notion of bowling-alley food is enough to make you head for the hills, you haven’t been to the Redstone Center’s Lift Grill & Lounge at Jupiter Bowl (1090 Center Dr, 435.658.2695). Menu options include popular pizza, burgers, fresh salads, and surprisingly creative entrées.

Fresh, generous portions in a fun and casual setting are what you’ll find at the Loco Lizard Cantina (1612 Ute Blvd, 435.645.7000). Seven giant flat-screen TVs make this an ideal venue for watching the game. 

Though most parents could do without another pizza night, they’ve not tried the pies at the lively Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery (1456 Newpark Blvd, 435.647.0304). Made with traditional New York–style thin crust, the specialty pizzas here are fresh, flavorful, and extremely well balanced. Traditional Italian dishes round out the menu.

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