PARK CITY, Utah. — Owner/Founder of Bonnie and Clydes, Greg Castro, has opened his new restaurant in Park City during a pandemic because he’s confident that his unique brand of feeding folks is a perfect fit for Park City right now.
Born in New York, growing up between New York and Connecticut, his recent ten years in New York City have proven his success in the restaurant industry as an investor in multiple delicatessens in New Jersey as well as ownership of other New York companies.
Bonnie and Clydes is a high-end, fast-casual sandwich shop offering 20 sandwiches, five salads and four soups including vegetarian options. They specialize in fast-casual on-the-go.
A Park City resident for almost two years, Castro is also opening a second Bonnie and Clydes in Salt Lake City in approximately a month.
Conveniently located in the corner space formerly occupied by Einstein Bros. Bagels, Bonnie and Clydes is currently hiring. They are expanding into delivery service, provide catering, and have applied for their liquor/beer/wine license.
Castro said, “We’re that fast-casual neighborhood spot you’ve been looking for where you can go for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner and get really good quality food at a really good quality price that doesn’t take advantage of Park City locals.”
There’s living-room style, relaxed, soft-leather seating sections for two, traditional four-top bistro options or dining room seating for more.