The world is changing right now and so are the small businesses we hold dear. Our goal is to help these businesses now and rejoice on the other side.
This piece will highlight our athlete’s and staff’s favorite businesses in ski jumping towns across America- while also providing info on how to support these businesses through the current situation.
As a small non profit, USA Nordic understands the work that goes into each and every one of the businesses listed below. We applaud their tenacity and celebrate their dedication towards each community served.
Today we bring you our favorite lunch + dinner spots.
Lunch + Dinner
Hearth and Hill (Park City, UT):
“Most of the fine dining in Park City is far too fine for me. However, Hearth and Hill hits the perfect sweet spot. Best food in Park City and well worth the price. Great interior setting and huge fan of the chef Jordan Harvey. Top notch all the way around.” – Ben Berend (Marketing Manager)
Vessel (Park City, UT):
“By far my favorite spot. Vessel has something for everyone, especially those wanting healthy without sacrificing taste. Kombucha, beer on tap, and good eats.” – Casey Larson (2018 Olympian)
Freshies (Park City, UT):
“The lobster rolls at Freshies are AMAZING.” – Ben Loomis (2018 Olympian)
11 Hauz (Park City, UT):
“I love to visit 11 Hauz which offers authentic Jamaican food in Park City. I always have a very positive experience every time I go there! It also allows people in Park City to try a different type of cuisine.” – Jillian Highfill (Junior National Team Athlete)
Order online here
Yampa Sandwich Company (Steamboat Springs, CO):
Yampa Sandwich Company is a Steamboat Deli that has been my favorite for years! With dozens of options, I always walk away with the right Sammy. When I’m not feeling the preset options, I create my own sandwich with the quality meats, cheese, and veggies offered. Call into the shop and get a sandwich to go!” – Taylor Fletcher (Three-time Olympian)
10 am – 2 pm
Online ordering, delivery, and pick up!
Jean Kay’s (Iron Mountain, MI):
“When I’m in Iron Mountain- it’s all about the pasties. Such a great local midwest cuisine. This place rocks.” – Casey Larson (2018 Olympian)