Too tired to go out? Bring the restaurants to you with these gourmet delivery services
I love to have a hot shower, and cozy up in front of a fire while being lazy. Even though with a 2 -year-old that’s virtually impossible – I dream of these nights when visiting Park City!
But then my hunger will set in and one of us will have to get up off the couch to get something to eat! The big question is – what.
If you’re too tired to move after a full day on the slopes then here are a few delivery companies that will deliver some of Park City’s finest restaurants to your doorstep.
We love these guys – they’ve been around for 16 years and it’s more than just one or two restaurants to choose from – they list more than 25 menus. They have quite the variety of restaurants including Southwestern, Italian, Tex-Mex, Greek and more. We enjoyed the Lamb shank from Bistro 412 so much last year that we ordered it 2 times in one week. Paired with a good red wine – it can make for a perfect night in. They have a great beverage menu as well which is a wonderful plus if you’re looking for a great wine pairing. Two things: they are open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and an 18% gratuity is included with your order.
Similar to Mountain Express, Speedy Fernandez also delivers food from selected restaurants. The main difference being – availability. Speedy Fernandez is open 7 days a week and offers great hours. Open from 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., their selections include restaurants that serve breakfast and lunch. There is a flat delivery fee ranging between $3.00 to $9.00 based on your location. Tip is generally included. They also offer drinks, sodas, juices and energy drinks.
This is a locally-owned grocery store in the heart of Park City. The Market at Park City grocery store offers fresh produce, meat, gluten free items, organic items, local items, and everyday grocery needs. They also offer two different kinds of delivery services. The first is a grocery and personal shopping service. The Market prides itself on delivering ahead of your trip so when you arrive it will all be in place. The fee for shopping is $22 per hour, plus 15% of the cost of the items purchased. They also offer ready-made heat and serve specialty items – from pot pies to enchiladas to homemade meat balls. Salads, deli sandwiches and liquor or beer are also an option.
So whether you’re in your PJs and can’t imagine getting ready to go out or you just don’t want to lift a finger after skiing all day – these services have got you covered and soon to be full!
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