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501 on Main

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 4 reviews )
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501 Main St, Park City, Utah, USA, 84060

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fine dining atmosphere with dinner prices $20+ per dish. Veg choices include ratatouille, risotto, vegan curry with oven-roasted carrots and potatoes, vegan soy chicken, caramelized onion and mushroom in a creamy braise of yellow curry, and blended cashew slivers and coconut milk on a bed of vegan vegetable risotto served in a potato crisp basket. The appetizers are not vegan.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, American, Italian, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

Reviews (4)

First Review by happycowgirl

superb vegan options - Edit

I ate here yesterday during a vacation to Utah and it was the best vegan food we had during the trip. Most menu items are either already vegan or can be made vegan. Most of the menu is also gluten-free or can be made that way. My party and I ordered two appetizers and two lunch entrees. For appetizers, we ordered the slivered onions and the vegan chick'n bites. Both were amazing. For entrees, we ordered the vegan chili - it was slightly spicier than expected but full of flavor - and the green curry wrap. The curry wrap was definitely different but truly delicious. I would have preferred the potatoes were about half the size they were - they were slightly awkward at that size. Otherwise, I wouldn't change a thing.

Additionally, we arrived a half hour before the restaurant opened and the hostess graciously allowed us to sit in the patio seating area until they were open. The hostess and server were both extremely friendly and accommodating. The atmosphere was very pleasant. I will definitely be returning to Park City and to 501 Main.


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Great Food & Great Service - Edit

My family and I are all GF Vegans. Everything on the menu is labeled GF, Vegan, and Vegetarian. Our server, Allie, was excellent. She was very knowledgable about the menu and what modifications would work for our specific needs. She spoke to the chef to make sure everything in our order was understood. They are also a certified GF restaurant, so our fries were cooked in a GF designated fryer. Highly recommend!

Pros: Diverse Menu - for vegans and non-vegans alike, Knowledgable staff, Delicious

Cons: Small restaurant - get there early!


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Good food but be Vigilant - Edit

We were in Park City overnight en route to Montana. Were drawn to 501 Main because there are several vegan options on the menu (marked as such). Two of the four dishes we ordered had to be sent back because they were not vegan. Dressing with onion slivers appetizer and risottot with cheese mixed in. We were very specific about our dishes being vegan. They fixed the dishes and the food was good, not great. The risotto is tasty. Overall a pleasant experience but I'd rather not have to be that vigilant, especially in a restaurant that makes a point of accommodating vegan folks. Also overpriced.


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Gourmet Vegan in Park City! - Edit

Everything on menu is clearly marked vegetarian, vegan and/or gluten free.

Of the four appetizers, one is vegan chicken bites the other is (I think vegan) onion bites. Vegetarian chili. A gourmet vegan beet salad. Vegan Baked Ratatouille and Vegan Organic Risotto! I was so excited about the menu at 501 on Main. I was impressed that almost half the dishes are veg*n and they don't hid the vegan dishes at the bottom of the menu.

Only went once, but service was good and food delish!


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