Dog Friendly Restaurants and Bars in Park City, Utah

Park City, Utah is just a hop, skip and a jump from the hustle and bustle of Salt Lake City. It is an idyllic spot to spend a day (or a weekend, hellllooo staycation) with your dog. They don’t call it Bark City for nothing, the town is incredibly dog friendly and has so many outdoor activities you can enjoy with your best furry friend. We want you to be well-equipped for your trip to Park City, so we compiled a list of Park City’s dog friendly restaurants and bars.

(If you are strongly considering that staycation, here’s a rundown of Park City’s dog friendly hotels)

Whether you love biking, skiing, hiking or just enjoying a great view of the mountains, this world-famous ski town won’t disappoint. On top of all the mountain adventures you and your dog can enjoy together, Park City has some of the best dog parks around (lookin’ at you Run-A-Muk). Here’s our list of the best dog parks in and around Park City. 

Don’t let the fact that Park City is known as one the best ski towns in the world stop you from checking it out during other seasons, summers in Park City are gorgeous (and a perfect way to escape the heat of Salt Lake CIty). And you won’t regret visiting in the Autumn either, the fall colors are out of this world. 

After you are done enjoying all of those outdoor adventures and taking in the sights, you will surely work up an appetite, so we’ve compiled a list of Park City’s dog friendly bars and restaurants. 

For a comprehensive guide to dog friendly restaurants, activities and other doggie necessities, explore our interactive map.

Park City Dog Friendly Restaurants and Bars

Are you looking for a more upscale night out? Something casual and easy? Or just a quick stop after an epic hike? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered on this list that is broken up into a few Park City’s hot locations.

Dog Friendly Restaurants In Downtown Park City

Many people refer to this area as Park City proper, it won’t include some of the suburbs close to Interstate 80, but here’s a round up of Park City’s town center restaurants and bars (we have a special section for restaurants found on Main Street).

Blind Dog

Located on Kearns Boulevard (one of the main through roads in Park City), the menu at Blind Dog includes fresh seafood and sushi, alongside steak, wine, and yummy cocktails, it’s a great spot for a more upscale-feeling meal with your dog. 

Named for the owner’s beloved pet, Blind Dog has a warm, open vibe, with dog-themed decor that makes owners and their dogs feel welcome. They have a large, outdoor sandy patio and dog treats! Reservations are recommended. 

(This is one of Scout’s favorite places to get dinner during the summer.)

Este Pizza Park City

Every local knows, Este has some of the best pizza around. Park City’s Este pizza is no exception, and you can take your dog to enjoy a slice of their famous New York-style pizza on the patio. 

You can your dog will enjoy the casual atmosphere and menu full of carbs (especially if you just finished a day of hiking or skiing). They offer both dine-in and take-out options in case you want to grab a pizza and head to one of Park City’s parks to enjoy your pie. 


Did somebody say brunch? Five5eeds is ideal for a quick brunch before or after your mountain adventure. With a healthy menu inspired by Australian foodie culture, they pride themselves in using high-quality ingredients to fuel your adventures. 

They take coffee seriously, so if you’re a bit of a coffee snob, you’ll feel right at home. You and your pooch can enjoy their laid-back, outdoor dining experience before you head to the mountains. 

Pro tip: the french toast is to die for and the smoothies are a great grab-and-go option.

Park City Roadhouse Grill (formerly Squatters)

Chances are if you ask a Utahn for food/beer recommendations, they’ll point you toward Squatters. Park City Road House Grill has taken over, but the quality remains. The menu features classic bar foods but the beer list really shines, it is packed with award-winning microbrews and whether you prefer a classic lager or something a little more adventurous (like the Jalapeno Cream Ale) you’ll find a pint to enjoy. 

They have an outdoor seating area so you can bring your dog along. 

Windy Ridge Cafe

Windy Ridge Cafe might just be the cozy hideaway you’re looking for when the buzz of Main Street feels a tad overwhelming for you and your dog. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, this cafe is where comfort food finds its home in a warm and inviting atmosphere with an outdoor patio. 

The menu focuses on comfort food and they have an in-house bakery, so don’t forget to grab a treat to take home. 


Saltbox is your go-to spot when you’re craving something quick, delicious, and nourishing. Brought to life by the talented team behind Riverhorse on Main, one of Park City’s culinary masterpieces, Saltbox offers a refreshing take on meals on the go that are both healthy and satisfying. 

They offer breakfast, lunch and dinner options and a large outdoor seating area for you and your dog to enjoy a healthy snack or meal together. 

Dog Friendly Restaurants In The Main Street Area Of Park City 

The Main Street/Park Avenue area of Park City is probably what most people picture when they think of a famous ski town – cute shops, bars and restaurants line the narrow street with an incredible view of the mountains, making it a beautiful area to grab a bite or drink with your dog.


Ok, it’s not technically ON Main Street, but it is in the Main Street area so it qualifies. Harvest is a bright and inviting cafe that specializes in Australian-style breakfast and lunch, alongside gourmet coffee and smoothies. They pride themselves in having healthy options, fresh ingredients and great coffee. 

They have a small outdoor seating area with heaters, so depending on how brave you are, this could be a great option for a quick breakfast during the winter. 

High West Saloon 

A Park Ctiy classic, no vacation in complete without a trip to High West Saloon. With delicious whiskeys (Campfire is amazing) and a decadent menu featuring elevated pub foods, High West is such a treat. They have a cute outdoor patio so you can enjoy a flight of their best whiskeys with your dog by your side. 

The building will make you feel like you’ve been transported back in time to Park City’s days as a mining town and it’s located just off Main Street on Park Avenue. 

Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill

A perfect place to grab some food and beers while you’re watching your favorite team play is Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill on Main Street. With a dog in their logo, how could they not be dog friendly? They have an outdoor seating area where you will have a view of Park City’s famous Main Street. 

The menu is BBQ-inspired with classic dishes like wings, fresh BBQ meats and burgers. 

Wasatch Brew Pub (Top Of Main)

Arguably Utah’s most famous brewery is Wasatch, with beers like the Polygamy Porter and Full Suspension they have locations around the state, but this one, on Main Street in Park City is the original location. With a classic menu of burgers, fries and so much more you can’t go wrong with a stop at Wasatch. 

You and your pup can sit outside and enjoy a beer (or three) as you watch the people go by and the mountains in the distance. 

Tekila Mexican Grill & Cantina

In the mood for a margarita and some chips and guacamole? Same… always. Located on Main Street in Park City, Tekila Mexican Grill & Cantina is everything a Mexican food lover needs. With a second flood outdoor patio (which is dog friendly), the views are almost as good as the margs. 

Reviewers say the food is good and well-priced, they also loved the service.

The Cabin 

The Cabin is centrally located right below Park City’s ‘Town Lift’ (a ski lift that drops you right in town) on Main Street. We’d say this spot leans more toward and less toward grill, but either way they have a dog friendly patio and a food menu featuring classic bar foods like burgers, sandwiches and sides. 

Dog Friendly Restaurants At Park City’s Ski Resorts 

Looking for that Idillyc mountain view? Here are some restaurants at Park City’s famous ski resorts.

Cena Ristorante & Lounge 

Located at Deer Valley Ski Resort at The Chateux, Cena Ristorante & Lounge is a cozy spot offering Italian food and a wonderful wine list. The offer a breakfast buffet along with lunch and dinner menus. 

This family (and dog) friendly restaurant has a seasonal terrace, lively lounge and a classic Italian menu with a modern twist, they prioritize seasonal ingredients and homemade flavor. This spot is one of the few luxurious restaurants that offer a dog friendly space, so make sure to check it out on your next date night. 

Deer Valley Cafe

If you’re looking for a laid back to enjoy a quick breakfast or lunch with a view, look no further than the Deer Valley Cafe. 

The menu features fresh, quality ingredients, and the deli section offers an array of gourmet products for those on-the-go. The outdoor deck is a perfect spot for waterfront alfresco dining during the summer and stunning views of the surrounding ski resort during the winter.

Powder Restaurant 

Located on the Canyon’s side of Park City Mountain Resort, Powder Resturant, in the luxurious Waldorf Astoria Park City, Utah, offers a contemporary dining experience with a focus on New American cuisine and inventive cocktails. 

This spot is celebrated for its elevated comfort food, inspired by mountain regions from around the globe. Powder boasts both intimate indoor private dining and seasonal outdoor dining options (which are dog friendly) that overlook the hotel’s pool and courtyard, providing a serene and picturesque backdrop for any meal.

Royal Street Cafe

Located in the Silver Lake Lodge of the Deer Valley Ski Resort, Royal Street Cafe has an eclectic menu featuring both American and International cuisine with classic favorites like salads and sandwiches.  This restaurant is located smack dab in the mountains, so of course the views are incredible. 

The outdoor deck welcomes doggies, so you and your best friend can enjoy the view together. Keep in mind, they are only open for lunch from about 11:30am-4:00pm daily, but hours are subject to change, so check them out online before you head up. 

The Corner Store Pub & Grill 

The Corner Store Pub and Grill in Park City, Utah, is the go-to spot for a laid-back meal and a good time, located right at the base of Park City Resort. 

They’ve got indoor and outdoor seating, so you can enjoy the mountain air while chowing down on some seriously tasty grub, from breakfast classics to satisfying lunch options. And let’s not forget about their full bar, serving up everything from cold beers to warming cocktails, making it the perfect spot to unwind after a day of adventure or to fuel up for one ahead.

Silver Star Cafe

Located at the base of the Silver Star chairlift, this charming patio location is one of Park City’s best-hidden gems. Silver Star Cafe is nestled behind the Park City Golf Course, this cozy spot might just be the definition of “rustic charm” with a view to match. Known for its award-winning “Roots Cuisine,” Silver Star serves up a delightful mix of contemporary, from-scratch dishes.

And let’s talk about the ambiance – live music and a chic patio in the summertime bring this place to life, making it a favorite for both locals and visitors alike. Reservations are highly recommended at dinner time. 

Troll Hallen Lounge

Back to Deer Valley Resort we go, because they are just so dog friendly. Troll Hallen Lounge is a gem for those looking to indulge in a cozy après, a light lunch, or a decadent dinner. This lounge is part of the renowned Stein Eriksen Lodge, offering guests a perfect setting to enjoy seasonal spirits and delightful dishes while taking in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

The fondues here are to die for, make sure to try at least one.

Dog Friendly Restaurants In Kimball Junction 

Kimball Junction, a small suburb on Park City, is just off Interstate 80. With shopping, restaurants and bars, it’s the perfect stop before or after you head into Downtown Park City. Here are the dog friendly restaurants in Kimball Junction. 

Hearth & Hill

Hearth & Hill in Kimball Junction brings a fresh take on contemporary American cuisine, incorporating globally inspired dishes with options for everyone, including vegan choices. 

With its modern industrial space, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a cozy hearth, the ambiance at Hearth and Hill is inviting and vibrant. Offering spacious dining, a full bar, a kids’ menu, and a dog-friendly patio, along with free covered parking, Hearth and Hill embodies the spirit of community and good food.

Vessel Kitchen

Looking for something healthy and customizable? Vessel Kitchen’s location in Kimball Junction is a great option. They have salads, bowls and plates with fresh, healthy ingredients that are totally customizable.

This counter service spot is known for having yummy creations that you can take to go on your next adventure or enjoy in their outdoor seating area with your pup.

Bartolo’s Park City

Located in the bustling heart of Kimball Junction, this artisanal restaurant offers a cozy neighborhood vibe with a menu deeply rooted in Italian tradition. Bartolo’s specializes in handcrafted pastas, making it a paradise for carb lovers. From breakfast through dinner (and even brunch) guests can enjoy the outdoor patio, pasta and a stellar wine list.

We hope you enjoy your adventure to Park City and all of the great tastes and sips it has to offer. Cheers!

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