Step through our door and you will feel as if you leaped across the border. Start with a signature Chimayo Margarita, a locals favorite, next try the stuffed Avocado Salad, or the not to miss.Arturo’s Tortilla Soup; his grandmother's recipe, and the cult favorite, Crown Roast of Barbecue Spareribs. Chimayo has something for everyone, cozy booths, fireplaces, children's options and great service. After a long day on the mountain Chimayo is not to be missed!
Hours of Operation:
Open nightly at 5:00
$31 to $50
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Paid parking on Main Street from 11am-8pm, 7 days a week. Free parking behind Chimayo in the China Bridge Parking Structure four hour limits. Excluding Sundance Festival.
Free Bus System throughout Park City and a Free Trolley on Main Street.
Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Chimayo has two private dining spaces. The downstairs room seats up to 65 guests. The upstairs room seats up to 85 guests.
Chimayo Ratings and Reviews
Chimayo was a vacation hit! We have bee ...
Chimayo was a vacation hit! We have been to Park City/Deer Valley numerous times, but this was our first trip to Chimayo. Out of our whole vacation, this was everyone's highlight meal. The crab guacamole was delicious and a must have. My husband had the elk, father had duck enchiladas, brother had trout fajitas, and we had chicken nachos...all dishes were spectacular! We will return on our next trip and every trip there after that. :-)
Sauce and or marinade on crown rib roast ...
Sauce and or marinade on crown rib roast was overly sweet and frankly terrible.
Server brought Plata (meats/cheeses) at the same time as the salad....
Server was asked to box appetizer to take out at diners end and it was not done.
This place was GREAT. Seriously, one of ...
This place was GREAT. Seriously, one of the best meals we have ever had, anywhere in the world. The trout fajitas were just amazing, and the tuna taco (not really a taco, more like a whole ahi filet with a shell and salad) was perfectly prepared. Even the kids' menu was great, with a slew of "fancy drink" options for the littles. It's not inexpensive, but it was worth the splurge. Service was friendly and helpful. I would definitely opt for the main dining room if given the option, as the downstairs seemed a bit stuffy.
Chimayo has a unique menu but could bene ...
Chimayo has a unique menu but could benefit from a little selective editing. Everything is just a bit over done in a "Southwest meets Vegas" kind of way. The ceviche starter is an ample serving for 3-4 people but too much tomato almost overwhelmed the seafood. Our waiter was trying very, very hard to provide a high level of service yet came off as a bit obsequious and still got part of our order wrong. The food presentation is where things really got crazy. The rib entree arrived looking like a volcanic eruption. A half rack or ribs was rolled into a circle standing up on the side, centered on the plate with mashed potatoes sandwiched between two onions rings balanced on the top and then a handful of un-cut chives and 3-4 thin breadsticks sticking out the top like July 4th sparklers. The entire dish was surrounded in a bed of homily. All very tasty but too many elements and bizarre to behold. The ahi tacos were presented a top one giant hard taco shell on a bed of lettuce and...those thin breadsticks sticking out on top. The shell was cemented upright on the plate with a hummus like paste and surrounded by mango salsa. Again, the dish was tasty but "Las Vegas" like in presentation. The trout fajitas were the most balanced dish in terms of flavor and presentation. Appetizing without going overboard. Overall, the menu could benefit from embracing a "less is more" philosophy to allow the food to speak for itself.
We ate at several restaurants in Park Ci ...
We ate at several restaurants in Park City, Main Street, during our recent stay and found Chimayo to be the pick of the litter. Creative would be the best description. When you take a picture of your entrée, you have a creative meal. The Ribs were served in the shape of a beehive and tasted as good as they looked. Service was excellent, place was crowded on a Saturday night, for good reason. Overall we were a bit disappointed with the caliber of high end restaurants in Park City, so we were pleased to find Chimayo's on the last evening of our trip.
Nice job to the Management, often that holds the key.
Good food and nice atmosphere but a litt ...
Good food and nice atmosphere but a little pricey. Had the tuna tacos and friends had elk, all were high quality meals. No complaints on the food quality. Not a "loud" restaurant so kids would stick out like a sore thumb.
Disappointing in Almost Every Way
We're vegetarians, and chose Chimayo because of a few tasty-sounding options on the dinner menu. After being seated, we were handed abbreviated "Special" Thursday night menu, which included only one veggie entree: "Wild Mushroom Enchiladas." We ordered two appetizers, guacamole (pedestrian) and bean dip (way too salty.) Both came with tortilla chips that looked and tasted like they were right out of the grocery-store bag.
We waited over an hour for the entree, joking to ourselves that we were the only vegetarians the staff had ever seen that we had called their bluff by ordering the token veggie entree, that they were out foraging for the mushrooms. No such luck. The mushrooms were tough, rubbery button mushrooms, the sauce right out of the jar, also oversalted. During our hour-long wait we never saw our server, though the busboys were attentive to our water glasses. The server offered no explanation or apology for the wait or for her disappearance.
Overall, one of the most disappointing restaurant experiences we've had.
Should not be missed....
There are many good restaurants in and around Park City, but Chimayo by far has everyone else beat. The exquisite food, presentation and service is second to none.
The restaurant interior is well done, interesting to look at and comfortable.
Mike Court is far and away the finest server ever. Julie and Mary Lou are the most gracious and welcoming hostesses. No matter how crazy the evening is, they always make you feel you are the only people in the room. Always smiling. Priceless.
Of course Arturo is a chef beyond words. Pure genius.
I love Chimayo! The atmosphere is the be ...
I love Chimayo! The atmosphere is the best and the food is divine. Honestly, the only downside is the price of entrees - quite spendy. We went with a 2 for 1 entree coupon, which made all of the difference.
We ordered the ceviche and the crab and corn soup for appetizers and didn't expect them to be that large! Our entrees came next (buffalo steak and black cod) and we couldn't finish even half of each, but highly recommend both.
I've eaten at Chimayo several times and had never had a bad dish!
The food was subpar for the price, even ...
The food was subpar for the price, even with locals two for one we spent more than if we had went elsewhere in town. They also took off veggie fajitas which with vegetarian friends they looked forward to that and what we got was a plate of broccoli and corn and squash no flavor.
Ordered the duck enchiladas and short ri ...
Ordered the duck enchiladas and short ribs to split between 3 adults after a hike and we still had left overs! The ribs were tender. Presentation was beautiful. However, seems like they got lazy with the flavors and freshness.
The food was extremely adequate. My fish ...
The food was extremely adequate. My fish was cooked perfectly but the squash was bland and the sauce was more of a design on the plate than an enhancement to the meal. It was horribly loud. We were in a booth but could hardly hear each other. And the prices were abusive, just like all Bill White's restaurants. He takes advantage of the people in this town.
Excellent every time
This was our third dining experience at Chimayo and it was perfect—just like the two times before. The entire staff takes such good care of us. We always go for our wedding anniversary and they make the evening so special. We LOVE Chimayo for its cozy atmosphere and creative, DELICIOUS food. You cannot go wrong with the elk loin, or shrimp and fish ceviche. The new chocolate cake on the menu was divine. Everyone must try it. Chimayo is a 10/10
April 2016: Chimayo served up one of the best restaurant meals I've had in a long time. The chile relleno appetizer was very good, but even better was the salsa-like side that was served with it. We had the salmon and the trout fajitas, and both were excellent, and again the sides stole the show: The guacamole, the sour cream (was that cayenne that made it a little spicy and off-white?), the pico de gallo salsa, the peppers and sauce. Yumm. And the house margarita deserves a special mention, too. Friendly service, nice ambiance, superb food presentation.
Creative menu with fresh ingredients and ...
Creative menu with fresh ingredients and lovely combinations. Chopped salad was excellent. Chicken fajita special was memorable for the Vegetables served with it--Brussel sprouts were a welcome surprise. The chicken was nothing special--just a sliced breast. Service was impeccable. You have to be willing to dig deep in your wallet because it is not cheap. While the food was very good, I do not think the price point matched up well.
Upscale Mexican with Kid-Friendly Options
Very tasty food and prompt, attentive service. We especially enjoyed our starters, the ceviche and the snow crab guacamole. The duck enchiladas were a neat twist on typical Mexican restaurant dishes, and the rest of the menu looked equally inventive and appealing. Our not-very-adventurous-when-it-comes-to-food child appreciated the kids' menu, which included simpler Mexican fare, such as quesadillas and burritos, but prepared to the same delicious standards. We also appreciated the ease and willingness with which the server and the kitchen handled a special request of raw veggies for our son. The generous plate of tomatoes and cucumbers kept him well occupied during the time it took to replace his burrito, which came out with the wrong filling the first time around. The replacement was handled quickly and professionally, with appropriate apologies for the error. We would love to come back and try some of the other yummy-looking menu options if we make it back to Park City.
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