tupelo, the restaurant from Chef Matt Harris and Maggie Alvarez, is back in Park City. It was on Main Street initially for many years before closing its doors in 2020. After a short hiatus, tupelo reopened its doors on Saturday, December 18, from its new home at 1500 Kearns Blvd. (formerly Adolph’s).
“We are thrilled to invite the Park City community into our new space just in time for the holidays,” said tupelo Partner Maggie Alvarez. “From our fresh menus born from the region’s finest ingredients, stylish interiors, and refreshing Southern hospitality, our team has been working hard to create a uniquely-tupelo experience for first-time patrons and loyal guests who have been patiently awaiting our return.”
The fresh seasonal menu takes a trip across the U.S. with ingredients like Hawaiian white tuna, Idaho trout, Utah elk and lamb, and Maine scallops. And for those concerned, the biscuits and honey butter remain on the menu.
Harris’ tupelo Farm in Midway provides seed-grown pesticide-free produce to sustain the restaurant, and heirloom varietals include tomatoes, squash, Swiss chard, arugula, spinach, cucumbers, and rhubarb.
Reservations can be made online with Resy. tupelo is now open for dinner service from 5 – 10 p.m. nightly. Partners Maggie Alvarez and Chef Matt Harris also oversee Afterword by tupelo in Heber City, RIME at the St. Regis Deer Valley open year-round, and RIME Raw Bar, located at the top of the Jordanelle Gondola at Deer Valley Resort during the winter season.