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Park City's hippest dining spot for unique Southern-inspired dishes.


Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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Tupelo Restaurant Review

: Chef Matthew Harris, who supervised the opening of The St. Regis Deer Valley Resort’s renowned J&G Grill, has stepped out on his own to bring global, farm-to-table cuisine to Park City. Main Street’s swanky Southern-inspired restaurant boasts three-levels for exploration, from the intimate wine vault with sunken chairs and fireplaces to the third-floor bar that doubles as an after-hours club. It’s common to see streams of people dressed up beyond the usual mountain style of jeans and Sorel boots migrating upstairs while you’re still savoring your first course of chile-grilled octopus or warm kale salad. You can either welcome the spike in decibels or make early dinner reservations to avoid the scene. Better yet, go for lunch and indulge in the chicken-and-biscuits or grilled Wagyu burger. The dinner menu caters to carnivores and vegans with several options for both, including sous-vide beef sirloin and, for vegans, the farro and butternut squash risotto. Sticky toffee pudding with pecan caramel sauce and Earl Grey bitters ice cream is everyone’s friend, so make sure you invite it to your table. Like most restaurants in touristy Park City, it will take some time for Tupelo to find its stride and perfect the balance of fine cuisine and service.

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