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Fast and Fresh Breakfast Spots in Park City

Park City Mag, December 6, 2023 | From the owners of Hearth and Hill, Hill’s Kitchen is a convenient, 25-seat daytime cafe serving up delicious eats in a snap. Their morning croissant, flapjack stack, and breakfast bowl are great ways to fuel for the day. Tight on time? Grab a pastry for the road or a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, chorizo, potato, and Chihuahua cheese. 

Park City’s newest restaurant, Hill’s Kitchen

Fox 13’s The Place, March 11, 2022 | Hill’s Kitchen is Park City’s newest restaurant!

Brooks Kirchheimer, Park City restaurateur, known for his restaurant Hearth and Hill which opened in 2018, has now brought us Hill’s Kitchen.

Just like Hearth and Hill, Hill’s Kitchen was built from scratch. The two Park City eateries offer guests a variety of options… Whether you want to dine in at Hearth and Hill for lunch, brunch or dinner or want to grab a quick bite to eat before skiing, Hill’s Kitchen has you covered plus they offer amazing pastries, coffee, beer and wine.

Both restaurants are located in Kimball Junction and Hill’s Kitchen is just two doors up from Hearth and Hill.

Hearth and Hill expands with Hill’s Kitchen Cafe and Catering

Park Record, March 5, 2022 | Hearth and Hill has added another Hill to its restaurant family.

Brooks Kirchheimer, who cofounded Hearth and Hill with his father David, cut the ribbon of the newly christened Hill’s Kitchen Cafe and Catering, at 1153 Center Drive, on March 1.

The space, measuring 2,600 square feet, features a full pastry kitchen and a catering area for up to 500 people, Kirchheimer said.

Hill’s Kitchen: DELICIOUS practicality

Few things in Park City excite like practicality. By that I mean an actual, useful things—in this instance a restaurant or sorts—that can be enjoyed by regular people without requiring a sudden financial windfall or the favor of a well-connected conciergerie. Hill’s Kitchen is in this sense thoroughly exciting.

Hill’s Kitchen opens in Kimball Junction

TownLift, March 3, 2022 | The father and son duo of David and Brooks Kirchheimer that brought Hearth and Hill to Kimball Junction in 2018 officially expanded down the block on Thursday, opening Hill’s Kitchen, a full-blown catering and grab-and-go retail location.

The restaurant group, Leave Room For Dessert Eateries, is also planning to open Urban Hill and a second Hearth and Hill in Salt Lake.

Hearth and Hill Restaurant in Utah Seeks Major Expansion

FSR Magazine, October 14, 2021 | The family owners of Hearth and Hill restaurant, Park City’s popular “gathering spot” in the Kimball Junction neighborhood, are embarking on a major expansion, building on the eatery’s successful first three years and the area’s appetite for locally sourced, regional cuisine. Coming in 2022 will be a nearby catering kitchen with a grab and go retail counter named Hill’s Kitchen, as well as two restaurants in Salt Lake City: Urban Hill, a high-end concept in the rejuvenated Post District west of downtown, and a second Hearth and Hill in the Sugar House neighborhood east of downtown.

Thanksgiving dinner to-go from Hill's Kitchen in Park City

Jenny Hardman made her way to Hill’s Kitchen to talk with one of the co-owners, Brooks Kirchheimer.

You can pick up dinner for eight which includes Half Mary’s organic turkey, house brined ham, rosemary sage stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, brussels sprouts with bacon and cranberry, cranberry sauce, cheddar biscuits, truffle mac and cheese, refuel salad, Caesar salad, and charred onion dip and potato dip.