Main Street, Park City, UT
A dynamic historical street that is well know for its excellent restaurants, galleries and shopping.
Join our tour to get a taste of this recreational town both figuratively and literally. Tour guides are local residents who will share with you a cultural and historic perspective of the street, a taste of several restaurants, beautiful art, relaxing spas, and other highlights of Main Street.
Main Street is located less than 15 minutes from Deer Valley, Park City and Canyons resorts, and the food tours offer an alternative fun activity while you are visiting Park City.
Upon entering a restaurant one will experience the ambiance, style and taste of the establishment taking the guesswork out of dining reservations for the rest of your stay. Most restaurants are locally owned and operated – making Main Street a unique dining experience.
Check out our picture page to see images from some tours.
Meet new people and enjoy the comradery in the city that caters to visitors and locals alike. Enjoy yourself while the vendors of Main Street entertain you.
See how the town has gone from Mining to Dining while walking down the picturesque street. Don't worry – the free trolley will bring you back up if you are tired from skiing or hiking all day.
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"As a participant in the Park City Food Tours, you get the best of all worlds. You get to sample the delicious work of amazing chefs, at a cost way below normal, plus you benefit from the friendly relationships with the restauranteurs that Shirin has built over her years as a resident of Park City. The chefs, owners, and wait staff are all obviously proud of their restaurants. They take you in with welcoming arms, and delight in sharing. You will enjoy lovely conversation with bright people who love great food like you do, and learn a little about the history of the area, too. It all makes for a special experience that you will treasure. Don't miss it!" - David S
"I wanted to thank you for a great time. We can't stop talking about it, with each other and anyone we meet. ..."
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"One way to get to know a place is to take a walking tour, which is why I signed up for a Park City Food Tour. Guides share cultural and historical perspectives, town trivia, current affairs and other highlights about Park City, with tastings at various restaurants and shops. Food tour founder Shirin Spangenberg is my congenial guide for three hours of grazing and gazing."
Chef Seth Adams “You’re going to see a level of artistry and craftsmanship here that you won't soon forget,”