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FAQ

  • What is your cancellation policy?

    We ask that you cancel or make changes by noon the day of your reservation to avoid a $25 per person cancellation fee.
  • Where do I park?

    There is paid metered parking along Main Street, and a large parking garage, China Bridge, behind the restaurant on Swede Alley.  The China Bridge parking structure provides free parking for four hours.
  • What is your dress code?

    We call it “mountain casual.”  We’re a 4-star restaurant, so you’ll see people dressed to celebrate, and others who just got off the slopes.
  • What type of food do you serve?

    We offer New American cuisine, with an emphasis on local seasonal ingredients, fresh fish and meat.
  • Do you accommodate children?

    Of course!  Riverhorse On Main welcomes your entire family.
  • Do you offer a children’s menu?

    Yes.  Riverhorse has a popular kid’s menu with a healthy range of delectable choices.
  • Do you have a bar?

    Yes, we have a full-service bar, with a Happy Hour nightly from 5-7 pm.  Due to Utah liquor laws, guests have to eat at least a little of our amazing food in order to enjoy our refreshing beverages.
  • What is your address?

    Riverhorse is located at 540 Main Street, Park City.  We are one block down the street from the U.S. Post Office.  We are on the second floor, above Main Street Noodle & Pizza.  Look for our cool patio.
  • Do you have handicap access?

    Unfortunately, we do not have handicap access.  Because of our status as a historic landmark, we have been unable to modify the building to accommodate handicap access.
  • Can we bring in our own wine?

    Yes. We have a highly praised, extensive wine list, but you are welcome to bring in your own wine. Our corkage fee is $25 per bottle for the first 2 bottles, and $40 per bottle thereafter.
  • What are the hours of operation?

    We are open daily from 5pm to 9pm on weekdays, 5pm to 10pm on Friday and Saturday.