Hearth and Hill, Park City’s popular “gathering spot,” loves dogs as much as preparing award-winning menus. The restaurant and their associates pride themselves on their compassion for canines, a near prerequisite for being a Park City resident. From mocktail namesakes to certified dog patios and special treats for furry friends, Hearth and Hill welcomes dog lovers – and their pets – to enjoy their abundant hospitality.

“Park City is certainly a ‘dog city,’ and we want to celebrate that,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “Dogs are such an important part of our lives, and we know that’s true for so many of our guests. We want to be sure we’re celebrating the community’s love for our four-legged friends and offering a safe, comfortable space for owners to bring their canines along when they enjoy snacks, drinks or a meal on the patio.” 

In addition to certifying the patio as an official dog-friendly patio with the Summit County Health Department, Hearth and Hill’s mocktails are named after staff members’ dogs, all of which were adopted from shelters. The mocktail menu includes: 

Boone’s Bubbles (Pomegranate, Mint, Lime, Soda, Sprite, Agave)

Inspiration: Boone, Brooks’s dog, a 10-year old black lab mix from Nuzzle and Co.

Jack’s Jubilee (Lemon, Cinnamon, Soda, Pineapple, Sprite)

Inspiration: Jack, beloved pet of co-wners Sherry andDavid Kirchheimer, a 7-year old Australian Shepherd mix from the Pasadena Humane Society (CA).

Layla’s Lemonade (Strawberry Puree, Sprite, Lemonade, Basil Seed)

Inspiration: Layla, the dog of Executive Chef Jordan Harvey and Pastry Chef Jessie Rae, is a 4-year old Blue Heeler mix from Nuzzles and Co. 

While their owners are sipping a mocktail and sampling Hearth and Hill’s new summer menu on the dog-friendly patio, canine guests will be treated to a custom Hearth and Hill tennis ball and a tasty treat.

Summer hours are: Monday-Thursday: Noon-8:30 pm; Friday & Saturday: Noon-9 pm; and Sunday: 10 am-8:30 pm. Reservations for either dine-in or dine-out options including take-out, free delivery, frozen items, farmers’ bags, etc. are available on-line or by calling the restaurant at 435-200-8840.