There's not much choice on the hill, but the Lookout Cabin has big sundecks and an open grill. Red Pine Lodge does snacks, Duggie's Place on Dreamscape does hearty burgers in a laid-back vibe. The rustically refined Cabin in the Grand Summit Hotel has the most expensive menu in The Canyons with high-quality seafood and steaks, but for a casual bite, Smokey's Smoke House is a good bet.
A large selection of restaurants in Park City itself including Hungry Moose and Wasatch Brew Pub.
Doc's in the Grand Summit is the place to relax with an après-ski beer. After dinner, the Cabin has some fine whiskies and cigars; Smokey's Smoke House has a few decent bars for the younger crowd. For those requiring real party action, head to Park City – buses run up until midnight.
The adventures desk in the Grand Summit Hotel has a list of activities, including fly-fishing, dog-sledding, and bobsled (the 2002 Olympic track). If you need pampering, try a facial or massage at the Grand Summit Hotel's spa, or splash out on designer bargains at the Retail outlet.
Last Updated: Feb 2010