Shakshouka and the berry-topped hotcake at Five5eeds

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Who doesn’t love brunch? There is something a little bit decadent about enjoying eggs Benedict and a mimosa in the middle of the day, right? Well, here are some can’t-miss options for brunching in Park City. 

Five5eeds

Breakfast and brunch are so popular at Five5eeds that there is a “view current waitlist” feature on their website. That’s not surprising with the friendly staff here and temptations like the berry-topped hotcake, banana bread with espresso cream, shakshouka, smashed avocado and peas on toast, chia pudding, and hearty pulled pork Benedict. There is also a terrific tea program at Five5eeds by Art of Tea. 1600 Snow Creek Dr, Ste #EF, 435-901-8242, five5eeds.com

 

Harvest

Harvest offers a plethora of healthy, wholesome, delicious menu items, including many that are gluten-free, vegan, and/or dairy-free. The Australian-style menu ranges from toasted sourdough with homemade preserves or Vegemite to an açaí bowl, the Buddha Bowl of Goodness, a Vietnamese banh mi salad or sandwich, chicken laksa noodle soup, and, of course, smashed avocado on toasted sourdough. 820 Park Ave #101, 435-604-0463, harvestparkcity.com

 

Hearth and Hill / Hill’s Kitchen 

Sunday brunch at Hearth and Hill is an eclectic affair—not your grandma’s brunch. Sure, there are eggs Benedict, frittatas, pancakes, and biscuits with (bison!) gravy on the menu. But there is also beer-battered cauliflower, ramen, truffle mac and cheese, white bean hummus, pork gyozas, and a bison patty melt. For on-the-go brunch bites like quiche, breakfast burritos, and pastries galore, pop into the recently opened Hill’s Kitchen, located adjacent to Hearth and Hill. 1153 Center Dr, 435-200-8840, hearth-hill.com, hills-kitchen.com

Hill's Kitchen

 

Red Rock Junction

Beer lovers will enjoy a brew and brunch at Red Rock Junction in Redstone. Sip an award-winning Elephino Double IPA, Otto American Imperial Pilsner, or Bobcat Nutbrown Ale alongside Eggs in Purgatory (fried eggs in grilled Tuscan bread), chicken and waffles, or classic eggs Benedict. 1640 W Redstone Center Dr, Ste 105, 435-575-0295, redrockbrewing.com

 

Silver Star Café

At Silver Star Café, the views and vibes are as wonderful as the cuisine. The eclectic brunch options include Cajun spice-dusted shrimp and avocado Benedict, south-of-the-border-style huevos rancheros with house-made mole, and even gluten-free banana bread French toast.
  1825 Three Kings Dr, 435-655-3456, thesilverstarcafe.com

 

Stein Eriksen Lodge

For the most opulent Sunday eats in Park City, head to Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley for their famous jazz brunch. The spread includes custom omelets, a carving station, fresh seafood and salads, hot and cold entrées, a delicious Norwegian potato and bacon pancake, and much, much more. Brunch service resumes midsummer; call for reservations. 7700 Stein Way, 435-649-3700, steinlodge.com  

Tupelo

No brunch kicks off better than at Tupelo, thanks to chef Matt Harris’s home-baked buttermilk biscuits with honey butter. They are a taste sensation, just like the crispy cornbread crab fritters, fried chicken, and sublime shrimp and grits.
  1500 Kearns Blvd, 435-292-0888, tupeloparkcity.com

 

Sip on This

Looking for lusty libations during brunch? Enjoy a Bridge Mojito or Brazil’s national drink, the caipirinha, out on the sunny deck at The Bridge Café & Grill. 825 Main St, Ste 201, 435-658-5451, thebridgecafeandgrill.com

At Deer Valley Resort’s Royal Street Café, enjoy sipping their award-winning blueberry mojito with gorgeous mountain views from the patio. 7600 Royal St, 435-615-6240, deervalley.com

While you indulge in Windy Ridge Café’s vegetable quiche, country breakfast, or breakfast burrito, imbibe their whiskey ginger lemonade made with local Alpine Distilling Spur Whiskey, fresh lemonade, and a splash of Cock ’n Bull ginger beer. 1250 Iron Horse Dr, 435-647-0880, windyridgecafe.com

 

 

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