Hearth and Hill shares the community’s relief that improving trends allow restrictions triggered by the pandemic to start easing, though in a manner intended to thwart a reversal in those trends.  In that vein, Brooks Kirchheimer, Proprietor, has announced that the restaurant will reopen for dine-in service on Thursday, May 21, with reduced hours and capacity, among many measures to ensure strict adherence to applicable Health Department protocols.  Hearth and Hill is making permanent its take-out and other dine-out options that it has successfully launched over the past two months.

“We are eager to again serve as a Park City gathering spot.” said Brooks.   “The Hearth and Hill family is committed to providing an environment where guests feel safe and at ease while enjoying a delicious meal in an enjoyable setting, including our dog-friendly patio.  We are grateful for the community’s support of our dine-out offerings, and now look forward with other restaurants to resuming the dine-in service that marks the positive step that everyone has been seeking.” 

Since mid-March, Hearth and Hill has innovated a growing array of popular, delicious and convenient dine-out options to complement the dine-in service that earned it six top-3 Park City’s Best 2019 awards in its inaugural year. Thanks to the community’s enthusiastic support, these dine-out offerings have become permanent, providing Hearth and Hill’s guests a variety of choices: dine-in, take-out, local farmers’ bags, free delivery, frozen dishes, catering and events. Soon, the restaurant will offer meal kits and box meals as other safe, convenient options.  

As the health and safety of its associates and guests are foremost priorities, Hearth and Hill is committed to adhering to all Health Department and other applicable safety protocols and procedures. The past two months’ operations have allowed staff to become accustomed to the social distancing, frequent cleaning, and many other safety measures that now will be extended to dine-in service.  For example, each associate wears a face covering and gloves at all times and has his or her temperature taken when starting a shift. Timely handwashing, sanitation and other cleaning procedures are strictly enforced. Tables will be spaced six feet apart, hands-free restroom door openers have been installed, and sanitizer will be provided for guests.  For the safety of fellow guests and restaurant staff, Hearth and Hill asks its guests to comply with certain requirements (such as wearing face masks except when seated), which are posted on its web site.  “We appreciate our guests joining with us to help beat Covid-19 and protect one another,” said Brooks.

For now, the hours for dine-in will be as follows: Monday thru Saturday: Noon-3pm, 5-8pm, and Sunday: 10am-2pm (brunch), 4-8pm.   The breaks between lunch (or brunch) and dinner are for cleaning; dine-out services are available during these breaks.  Reservations for either dine-in or dine-out are available on-line or by calling the restaurant at 435-200-8840.

For more information on Hearth and Hill’s dining options, please visit our web site at www.hearth-hill.com or contact Christa Graff at 435.640.7921 or christa@graffpr.com.