Our Commitment:"To inspire our associates, thrill our guests, and enrich our community."
For Dessert Eateries
For Dessert Eateries
Fast forward, and after a Restaurant Management degree at the University of Denver and a decade managing at the renowned Montage in Beverly Hills and Deer Valley, Zoom in Park City, and Merriman’s in Maui, Brooks was eager to open his own restaurant.
Partnering with his parents, Brooks opened Hearth and Hill in 2018. The upscale-casual, family friendly eatery instantly became a popular local gathering spot and perennial award winner.
Key to this success is a commitment to “Inspire our associates, thrill our guests, and enrich our community.” Delivering on this commitment was particularly important during the pandemic. As Brooks said, “The pandemic underscored the desire of people to enjoy the company of friends and family, and the vitality that such gatherings inject into the community. If a meal at one of our places can serve that purpose, that’s very gratifying.”
After three years, expansion beckoned, with new concepts and locations that complement the original: Hill’s Kitchen, café & catering, in Park City, and Urban Hill, a fine-dining restaurant, and a second Hearth and Hill, both in Salt Lake City. Just like the first Hearth and Hill, they feature inviting environments and Dream Teams of restaurant talent.
Leave Room for Dessert Eateries, the name that encompasses the four establishments, was an easy choice, given the Kirchheimer Family’s sweet tooth!
Sherry and David Kirchheimer
Director of Operations
With a strong background in luxury and five-star service, Ryan leads a team of professionals in delivering genuine hospitality to all guests. Raised on a North Dakota wheat farm, Ryan was drawn to our region's outdoor lifestyle. He has forged a distinguished hospitality career, thanks to his passion for coaching team members to create unsurpassed guest dining experiences; in other words, an ideal leader to deliver on our commitment to “Inspire our associates, thrill our guests, and enrich our community”! His roles include Current Fish & Oyster in Salt Lake City, Waldorf Astoria Park City, Zoom and Chimayo restaurants in Park City, and the Rustler Lodge in Alta. Ryan relishes fostering gracious hospitality and the emotional connectivity achieved by great food and service.
Meet Shauntelle Hunter, with a diverse background in both business ownership and luxury hospitality industry. Born in the high country sunshine of Idaho, Shauntelle truly started living her passion for serving others in Tennessee where she owned and operated a successful salon before moving to Park City, Utah in 2016. Shauntelle has since held prominent roles at Montage Deer Valley, Pendry Park City, and Summit Sotheby's Int'l Realty. She will be utilizing her precise skills and vibrant passion for finance as our new Finance Manager. In her free time Shauntelle lives for the next round of golf and enjoys nature and sports photography. She loves reading, all things sports, and enjoys staying active hiking with her Golden Retriever Charlie.
We practice ecological farming and promote a healthy farm organism through no/low till soil preparation. We irrigate with clean mountain spring water. We work with forces seen and unseen. We grow soil. We work hard to balance the needs of plants, microbes and subtle energies.
Fresh apples from the Pyne family farm. You might have seen our farm stand at the local farmer’s market, or maybe you’ve heard about our delicious apples from some of your favorite restaurants or neighborhood fruit delivery folks. Either way, you know you are getting a crisp, delicious apple in every variety.
Park City Creamery
Park City Creamery has been recognized for the second year, for its authentic European style cheeses, at the Utah Cheese Awards (UCA) competition. The annual Utah Cheese Awards competition aims to recognize individual cheesemakers and food processors while promoting the quality of local products to Utah and beyond.
Restaurants seeing effects of new COVID-19. surge, eyeing next steps
Park City Restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinner & sides
KIMBALL JUNCTION, SUMMIT COUNTY — Restaurants were among the small businesses Monday already taking countermeasures or plotting their next steps in the coming weeks amid a new pandemic surge. With the prospects of cases and exposures potentially sidelining employees now or in the near future, it was imperative for “mom-and-pop” establishment
Cooking Thanksgiving dinner is A LOT of work and thankfully there are delicious Park City Restaurants who can help you put an incredible meal on the table without you doing all the work.
Jenny Hardman took the drive up the canyon to her hometown to see what Hearth & Hill and Deer Valley Grocery Cafe are doing for this year’s holiday.
The 8 Best Friendsgiving Wines Under $20, According to Sommeliers
Hearth and Hill Restaurant in Utah Seeks Major Expansion
Mencia: “This has the body and fruit profile of a malbec with the structure and punch of a syrah,” says Mike Fayad, general manager and wine expert at Hearth and Hill in Park City, Utah. It’s an ideal Friendsgiving wine to surprise your dining companions who prefer red wines.
The family owners of Hearth and Hill restaurant, Park City’s popular “gathering spot” in the Kimball Junction neighborhood, are embarking on a major expansion, building on the eatery’s successful first three years and the area’s appetite for locally sourced, regional cuisine. Coming in 2022 will be a nearby catering kitchen with a grab and go retail counter named Hill’s Kitchen, as well as two restaurants in Salt Lake City: Urban Hill, a high-end concept in the rejuvenated Post District west of downtown, and a second Hearth and Hill in the Sugar House neighborhood east of downtown.
Coming Early 2025