Dining In

Three Premium Places for Takeout

When you just don't have it in you to cook

By Vanessa Conabee December 23, 2020 Published in the Winter/Spring 2021 issue of Park City Magazine

Hearth and Hill’s family fajita dinner to-go allows you to create your own fiesta at home.

Image: Steven Vargo

When the blustery winds of that last chairlift ride send you back down the mountain for the final run of the day, the last thing you want to do is herd your crew through the grocery store or scramble around the kitchen throwing together a random dinner. Stop by one of these tried-and-true hot spots for delicious grab-and-go options that give you more time to thaw out in a long, hot shower. Preheat the oven, put on some music, pour your favorite beverage, and enjoy!

Windy Ridge Café

For delicious, affordable comfort food en route from Park City Mountain or Deer Valley Resort, stop by Windy Ridge for a family meal to go. Choices include baked mac & cheese, roasted turkey and mashed potatoes, or grilled salmon and cauliflower. All meals come with mixed greens and focaccia bread. Place your order at 3 p.m. and pick it up after 5 p.m. Be sure to check out the pies and cakes at Windy Ridge Bakery & Café while you wait—your peeps will thank you.
1250 Iron Horse Drive, 435.647.0880

Cortona Italian Café

Craving Italian? Cortona has you covered. From béchamel and Bolognese lasagna to take-and-bake hand-tossed pizzas and homemade pasta and meatball kits, delicious ingredients and experience suffuse the offerings at Cortona’s rustic Italian café. Chef Hop’s (a.k.a. Matthew Hopkins) pizzas have earned him a cult following. And it would be an absolute crime to leave without taking home a few cannoli or a pint of gelato for dessert. Visit the website for updates on Cortona’s continually evolving menu, and make sure to call ahead for pick up.
Kimball Junction, 1612 Ute Boulevard #112, 435.608.1373 

Hearth and Hill

With Korean fried chicken, truffle mac, fresh fish, and amazing burgers, it’s no wonder Hearth and Hill was voted Park City’s Best Family Restaurant for the second year in a row. For crowds of all sizes, pull up curbside to pick up one of Hearth and Hill’s family dinners (choose from orange chicken, beef brisket, or family fajita night) or frozen entrées (meat or vegetarian lasagna). Add a bag of Hearth and Hill’s beloved cheddar biscuits, and bake off for breakfast the next day.
Kimball Junction, 153 Center Dr, 435.200.8840

Show Comments