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Hearth and Hill Provides Meals, Financial Support to Community During Pandemic

Hearth and Hill Provides Meals, Financial Support to Community During Pandemic

Hearth and Hill, Park City’s award-winning “gathering spot,” thrives on serving loyal guests and visitors its innovative menus of locally grown and sourced ingredients. As the restaurant’s offerings continually change with the seasons, its commitment to providing for the Park City community remains steadfast. 

“Having our community’s back is at the core of our mission, no matter how great the challenges we may face,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “While the last six months have been difficult for many of our neighbors in need, we are grateful to have had the opportunity to make a helpful impact in as many ways as possible. We will continue to seek ways to keep Park City residents and visitors fed and our community organizations flourishing for many years to come.”

Since March 15, Hearth and Hill has dedicated its talent and resources to supporting the Park City community through an exceptionally challenging season. The restaurant has hosted a series of Matching Nights to benefit local organizations, and has provided food and financial support to a number of local causes. Initiatives and funds raised include: 

–        Matching Nights

o   $750 to Hive Family Collective

o   $1,000 to Park City Community Foundation

o   $750 to National Ability Center

–        Participated in EATS What the Fork Fundraiser selling 40 dinners at cost

–        Provided more than 30 complimentary family dinners to families in need

–        Distributed more than 40 grocery bags to Hearth and Hill associates

–        Donated a $2,000 catering dinner to the Park City Education Foundation fundraiser

–        Donated $500 to KPCW’s annual pledge drive

While the future is still uncertain for many individuals and local businesses, Hearth and Hill remains a steady force for the community to lean on. The health of Hearth and Hill associates and guests continues to be of utmost importance, and the restaurant is dedicated to doing its part to curb the pandemic. Thus, Hearth and Hill diligently adheres to all current applicable Health Department guidelines and orders.

Current 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.  Starting this month, Hearth and Hill offers a special promotion: any food purchase of $100 or more earns a complimentary $25 gift voucher good towards food on Sunday-Thursday, excluding specials, courtesy of the State’s recent “Shop in Utah” incentive program.