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, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, 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
We took advantage of the last Thursday s ...
We took advantage of the last Thursday special for this season of smaller plates and special pricing. Clearly so did many others so the wait for dinner was very long. Still, we will return as the service is always good and the food delicious. I'll chalk up this one time wait as an unusual
We both had their crown pork ribs ($46). ...
We both had their crown pork ribs ($46). While they were good, they weren't as great as I expected them to be. The presentation, however, was amazing and the portion was huge - one full rack of ribs. The ribs were reasonably priced considering we used the 2 for 1 coupon. We also had the Elk Steak skewer ($12) for an appetizer. It was one skewer with 5 TINY pieces of meat - - 3 of which were fatty and chewy. It was a huge disappointment. Since it was my birthday, we did receive a free dessert. I chose the chocolate cake which was very good. The free dessert made up for the over-priced and disappointing appetizer. The service was good. I would go again, but only on a 2 for 1 coupon.
My wife and I went to Chimayo twice whil ...
My wife and I went to Chimayo twice while staying in Park City. Both times we had a reservation and got exactly the table we requested. While the restaurant was busy on a Monday night it was not that busy during our second visit on a Wednesday night. Both evenings we used the "two for one" special for the main courses which represents a very good value. The food was outstanding. The wine list is very good and the wines on Spain we picked were very good. Our waiter both nights were very professional, friendly and attentive. The second night we got a free dessert for being a repeat customer which was a very nice gesture.
Overall we enjoyed both dinners at Chimayo very much and will return when visiting Park City again.
Chimayo is the jewel in Bill White's (Lo ...
Chimayo is the jewel in Bill White's (Local Restauranteur) crown. While he owns 7 restaurants and all are fantastic, Chimayo is truly special. It is southwestern but has menu items to serve all tastes. Food presentation is amazing, and food is delicious. I have never had a bad meal there and I eaten their dozens of times. Locals living in Park City wish Bill White would go back to offering 2:1 entrees (in off season) on the weekends as we would go more often. It is not a cheap place to eat! Wine list is fantastic! Tequila list even more so!
Disappointing. I made the reservation ov ...
Disappointing. I made the reservation over a month ago. We arrived right on time, and instead of being shown to the lovely open four-top by the window, we were brought to a table in the near-empty basement. (In retrospect, I should have requested they reseat us.) Ambience in the basement is more akin to El Torito than a restaurant with $40-$50 entrees. Our server was very good; the food was just okay, and extremely overpriced, even for a very expensive resort area like Park City. My family and I agreed that we will not return.
Chimayo is a decent southwestern restaur ...
Chimayo is a decent southwestern restaurant that is way overpriced. The food is good--not great--and costs twice as much as it should. Instead of two people being able to have a round of cocktails, dinner, and one desert for two for $75-100, expect to pay $150, more with two rounds of cocktails and two deserts. The food was better 5-10 years ago, when it seemed really inventive. Now its inventiveness is all about how decorative the garnishes and presentation are. If the food were truly gourmet Southwestern the prices would be understandable, but it is merely good or OK, not superlative. The tomatillo sauce on the mushroom enchiladas was too sour. The chicken and vegetables nacho style were a touch too salty. The chocolate fondue was exceptionally good.
Chimayo's was recommended as one of four ...
Chimayo's was recommended as one of four in the area we should go to. After reviewing all 4 menus, Chimayo's stood out as the best menu. We were not disappointed. Every bite we took was superb. One of the best meals we have ever eaten out. We were celebrating a birthday and the evening was very special. Our service was outstanding. I would highly recommend it and would go back the next time I am in town- before trying something new.
Visiting Park City and wanted to eat in ...
Visiting Park City and wanted to eat in a restaurant on Main Street. Lots of activity, fun location, nice decor. Menu had some odd sounding things but the beet salad was amazing and small plates interesting. Entrees are pricey maybe because of their 2-fors. We did enjoy it
This was our first visit to Chimayo's an ...
This was our first visit to Chimayo's and after reading a few negative reviews were a little apprehensive. However, we were forearmed with a 2 for 1 coupon so the high priced menu didn't bother us too much. We were warmly greeted and seated in a nice booth feeling a little more at ease. Unfortunately our server needed a refresher course in customer service. First, having never tried "Elk", I asked how it was prepared and was told to "treat it like filet mignon" while turning away to greet another customer. Upon his return, we explained that my wife didn't eat red meat and asked if chicken could be substituted on the Tostada? He answered, "no" and excused himself again to try and take drink orders for a group of ladies that weren't even seated yet. He returned and agreed to ask the chef on substitutions. He did and returned with a rather stern "no he will not". OK, we got the message, we'll move along. In summary, the Elk filet was a one time experience for me, interesting taste, quite lean. My wife ordered the Black Cod which was quite good. We'll probably return to Chimayo on their special "Thirsty Thursday" night where $5 Margarita's and a very reasonably priced Mexican menu is offered to give them or at lease our server another chance.
We visit Chimayo once or twice a year wh ...
We visit Chimayo once or twice a year when we visit Park City. Our service this time was outstanding and the food is always great. The price tag is steep but I think that you find this in every restaurant in Park City.
Chimaya was recommended to us and my par ...
Chimaya was recommended to us and my party of three were NOT disappointed. Two had the sea scallops and one had the Duck Enchiladas. All meals were beautifully presented, delivered in a timely fashion, hot and very tasty. We arrived a few minutes late for our reservation due to parking issues from the Art Festival and yet the staff was gracious and made us feel welcome. I look forward to returning and trying more of their delightful food. It was my friends birthday and they brought her a dessert that was plenty for the the three of us to taste and enjoy! Well done Chimaya!!!
Everything we ordered from the savory cr ...
Everything we ordered from the savory crabmeat guacamole to the incredible duck enchiladas and scallops was so savory and delicious. The margaritas were spectacular!! I had asked for a skinny margarita and it was perfect. The service was excellent, friendly and attentive and we were accommodated with a nice window seat on the main level due to my daughters wheelchair. I was happy to see that the front entrance was accessible - since many of the restaurants in old town PC are not.
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