Greg Castro has always been driven to fix things, to build things, and to make things better. His life as a serial entrepreneur began at a young age with a lucrative lemonade stand, and he’s never lost the desire to launch new ventures.
An East Coast native, Castro had visited Park City on ski vacations, but when the pandemic hit he decided to make the mountain town his home base. After a time living here, he sensed that Park City needed a fast, casual deli where quality ingredients were paramount, so in May he opened Bonnie & Clydes Sandwich Co (1890 Bonanza Dr, Ste 118, 435.200.9991).
The gourmet, New York–style delicatessen is the type of place where coffee is served all day and where a quality bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich is easy to come by. Castro ships in fresh lox from New York for his bagels, and he uses artisan bread for his large menu of sandwiches, ranging from meatball subs to Italian classics like prosciutto and fresh mozzarella. Other eats include chargrilled burgers, charcuterie boards, and breakfast favorites such as eggs served a variety of ways and banana almond-butter toast drizzled with vanilla-infused honey. Order food to go, or take a seat inside the deli’s speakeasy-inspired space.
As for the deli’s name, Castro explains: “We’ve done research, taken inspiration from the best dishes from the best restaurants, and incorporated them into our menu.” Not exactly a sensational crime spree like the one perpetrated by the infamous bank-robbing duo, but Castro hopes his benign menu mimicry will strike Parkites as a steal of a deal.