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Hearth and Hill and University of Utah Observatory launch an Astronomy Dinner

Park Record

Hearth and Hill will offer a trip to the stars with a meal during its first Astronomy Dinner, which will be held Friday, Aug. 13, at the Avalanche Ranch and Yurt in Oakley.

The cosmic event will feature a family-style dinner and an interactive presentation by astronomers from the University of Utah South Physics Observatory, said Hearth and Hill Executive Chef Jordan Harvey.

“We wanted to create an experience that was educational and fun, and something you wouldn’t ordinarily do on a Friday night in August,” said Harvey, who conceived of the dinner’s concept and menu. “When we talk about what Hearth and Hill can do as a restaurant, wine usually comes up, so we wanted to branch out and do something more family friendly.”

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2021 Blue Plate Awards

Opening Doors

In just a few years, Hearth and Hill has earned its reputation as a good neighbor. The restaurant proudly states that the majority of diners are Park City locals, who keep returning to try Executive Chef Jordan Harvey’s elevated, contemporary takes on modern American classics, from poke bowls to bison patty melts. Even before the pandemic hit, Hearth and Hill was dedicated to running a community-driven, eco-friendly business. The restaurant serves produce from local farms, composts leftover food scraps and donates meals to children facing food insecurity in Park City.

As the pandemic ravages independent restaurants, Hearth and Hill has reaffirmed its commitment to small businesses in Park City. Using its large dining room as an informal gathering space for the city, Hearth and Hill has donated to and hosted fundraisers for community organizations. They provided flu shots for their own staff and other neighboring businesses. And their generosity extends to their own employees, who received extra groceries and free Thanksgiving turkeys. All the while, they have continued to serve seasonal cuisine with creative solutions for curbside delivery, including special holiday menus, Christmas curbside caroling and frozen family-size dishes. It’s these little (and not-so-little) things that make Hearth and Hill an important neighborhood leader.

Each year, Salt Lake Magazine editors honor growers, food evangelists, grocers, servers, bakers, chefs, bartenders and restaurateurs with the Blue Plate Awards. A Blue Plate Award is given to an establishment or an individual who has done more than put good food on the table. They’ve created culture, made acts of kindness and education and are paragons of service that goes beyond.

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Taste Utah Season 7 Episode 3 ft: HEARTH and HILL

Taste Utah

Join Katy as she travels the state exploring the stories behind local artisans, restaurants and Utah’s culinary landscape! Food is a necessity but it is how we create it and share it and experience it together that truly shapes our community. You always have a seat at our table! This week we visit HEARTH and HILL in Park City.

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Talking Turkey With Hearth and Hill's Brooks Kirchheimer


Pete Stoughton and Lynn Ware Peek have a special Thanksgiving edition of The Mountain Life. It’s time to talk Thanksgiving food and wine with local experts. Brook Kirchheimer of Hearth and Hill Restaurant will talk about new twists on old classics, his beloved traditions and how his restaurant helps feed a community in celebration of this annual feast. 

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The Park City restaurant with something for everyone


Hearth and Hill, “a gathering spot” for Park City locals and visitors, welcomes guests to enjoy flavors of the fall season with the restaurant’s new autumn lunch, dinner, dessert, and beverage menus, as well as Sunday Brunch and curbside pick-up meals. Menus include signature Hearth and Hill fare, along with brand new dishes, desserts, and cocktails skillfully crafted by Executive Chef Jordan Harvey, Pastry Chef Jessie Nakoneczny and Bar Manager Daisy Clark.

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Hearth and Hill: Economic impact on small businesses


Salt Lake City (ABC4 News) – Now that dining in is no longer allowed at Utah bars and restaurants, a local Park City restaurant owner shared the struggles small businesses are facing during this time of change.

Brooks Kirchheimer, a co-owner of Hearth and Hill in Park City, said the restaurant has had to shift its focus from dining in to takeout and delivery options for customers.

Through this time of economic uncertainty, Kirchheimer said the changes have spread beyond just business practices and are also having an effect on the schedules for the restaurant’s staff members.

As a result of the new restrictions, Kirchheimer said the restaurant needed to make adjustments to effectively provide customers with curbside and takeout options. He also said he is trying to keep a positive attitude and appreciates the support he has received from the community.

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Hearth and Hill taking care of employee needs with curbside pickup

Park Record

When the Summit County Health Department announced a ban on dine-in services at all local restaurants and mandated curbside pickup and delivery to curb the spread of COVID-19, Hearth and Hill co-owner Brooks Kirchheimer was surprised by how quickly he had to adjust to the new paradigm.

“All the restaurants had gotten a heads-up from the Park City Restaurant Association on Saturday that there would be a press release sent Sunday evening that we would have 48 hours to comply with closing of dining room services,” Kirchheimer said. “Then Sunday afternoon we started hearing that there wouldn’t be 48 hours, and we would have to close our doors at 5 (p.m.) that night. And that was a little frustrating because there were staff who were looking to get a couple of last shifts, before the unknown.”

But as all local restaurant owners have done, Kirchheimer and his staff made adjustments, and are now hitting their stride with the curbside pick-up concept.

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Press Release

Guests of Hearth and Hill, Park City’s popular new “gathering spot,” have taken notice of its fresh take on dining by voting the establishment among the top three Park City restaurants (and thus an award finalist) in more categories than any other restaurant, including #1 for both Best Lunch and Best Family Restaurant (tie), and #3 for Best Restaurant overall. The Park Record’s annual “Park City’s Best” awards allow residents of Park City and Summit County to vote for their favorite local businesses or other service providers in a number of categories. Results were announced July 29th. “To be a new restaurant in Park City’s esteemed culinary scene and earn this recognition is such a humbling honor,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “We are proud of our outstanding team and grateful for our guests who chose to dine with us and took the time to vote. We welcome newcomers to experience our inventive menus, friendly service, and laid-back atmosphere.” Hearth and Hill also finished #2 for Best Wait Staff or Dining Service, and #3 for both Best Brunch and Best Signature Cocktail.

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Reader’s choice awards 2019 – the winners

Gastronomic SLC

After tabulating hundreds and hundreds of responses, and correcting oh so many spelling errors (you guys already started on the Christmas egg nog and brandies huh) the results of our very first reader’s choice awards are now in!

The results are a mix of surprising, frustrating and expected. I’ll let you decide which. Lets dive in…

Best American restaurant

HSLHearth And Hill and Glitretind

Receiving the most total entries is the first award on our list and a three way tie between three very respectable eateries; each scoring 7.3% of the vote for best American. Just behind that threesome in runners up place, Andrew and Angelena Fuller’s Oquirrh in downtown SLC scored 6.3% of the vote.

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Skillet Roasted Brussels Sprouts


Side dishes aren’t solely reserved for Thanksgiving, they’re a staple for any holiday gathering alike!

Chef de Cuisine Adam Walker and Owner Brooks Kirchheimer from Hearth and Hill, a Park City restaurant, joined us today to share a delicious side that will be a hit at the table.

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Hearth and Hill is Park City’s New Favorite Restaurant


Far from Historic Main Street, a new restaurant row is gaining momentum in Park City. Kimball Junction has long been home to a few underappreciated local mainstays (and a few too many chain restaurants) but a new culinary expansion is taking root and transforming the area.

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View of Kitchen

The Devour Dozen


After publishing last year’s Chef Issue, we knew we had just scratched the surface of the immense culinary talent stretching along the Wasatch Front.

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Hearth and Hill Chef Cooking

Highlighting the best restaurants in Salt Lake City and Park City


Tucked away towards the back of a Kimball Junction shopping area, between the Best Buy and Jupiter Lanes bowling alley, you will find the newly-opened Hearth and Hill restaurant…

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...Park City restaurants to try during the Sundance Film Festival...


The annual Sundance Film Festival starts its 11-day run on Thursday, and diners with independent spirits will want to check out these new — or updated — restaurants in Park City before the movies start or after the credits roll.

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Man drinking Non Alcoholic Drink

Hey, Latter-day Saints, you’re hardly alone...


At the new Hearth and Hill restaurant, which opened in mid-December near Park City in Kimball Junction, four mocktails appear on the drink menu. Boon’s Bubbles, named for owner Brooks Kirchheimer’s pet, is the most popular with a blend of raspberry puree, lime and lemon-lime soda.

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Blueberry Dessert

Hearth and Hill’s Eclectic Brunch


Hearth and Hill wants to be a Park City restaurant for locals. Now it’s been open six months at Kimball Junction, the restaurant recently began offering Sunday brunch.

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Bowl of Ramen

These 10 restaurants are elevating Park City's culinary scene


In Park City, Utah, new restaurants and creative menus are arriving on the scene, along with inventive chefs who are adding their own unique style to the area’s gastronomic offerings.

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