Park City Specialty

Establishment neighborhood
Ritual Chocolate
1105 Iron Horse Dr., Park City
Charming chocolatiers Robert Stout and Anna Davies decided to try their hand at the whole “bean-to-bar” thing back in 2010 and have been going strong ever since. They make their own single-origin chocolate (in flavors like Fleur de Sel and a Mid-Mountain blend) using just two ingredients: carefully selected cacao and cane sugar. They’re primarily focused on working with purveyors who practice sustainable farming and ensuring fair wages are paid to the farmers. The bars (which include sweet pairing notes on the inside of the wrapper) are made, hand-wrapped, packed, and stamped out of their Park City storefront. The café serves a killer s’more hot chocolate, too.
738 Lower Main St., Park City
This good-vibes café is family run with a literary bent—you can exchange or drop off used books for credit, or just browse the eclectic shelves as you re-fuel. They have a full-on tea menu, serving everything from the essential matcha latte, to several different chai variations (turmeric, masala-spiced, pumpkin with the option of espresso), to tea lattes with hemp/almond milk. There is, of course, coffee, too; and Atticus serves salads and wraps, made-to-order until 3pm, as well as smoothies.
Vessel Kitchen
1784 Uinta Way, Park City
You wouldn’t think to make a quick stop at a strip mall in Kimball Junction on your way back out to SLC, but trust us: This beats anything you’ll find at the airport, and it’s a welcome respite from all the heavy (albeit delicious) food you’ll have encountered in town. Look for avocado toast served with a poached egg and chili flakes; grain bowls, and hearty vegetable soups, as well as Brussel sprouts, sweet potato hash, roasted cauliflower, and spicy kimchi slaw—all of which are great to share with a group. There’s kombucha from Salt Lake City maker Mamachari on tap, too.
Harvest Park City
820 Park Ave., Park City
This sweet little restaurant is nestled at the base of Main Street, with a lovely bar for coffee and pastries, plus bar-stool-height tables for those who want to stay a little longer. The menu is full of super-fresh, (mostly) healthy breakfast and lunch items, like a breakfast buddha bowl with eggs and pumpkin puree, paleo banana bread with honeyed ricotta, and salmon and quinoa salad, and there's a full espresso bar serving fair-trade-roasted beans. It's the perfect place to stop in for breakfast en route to the mountain.