As beautiful as Park City is, sometimes it’s nice to escape and Tekila offers the perfect opportunity. An open space with aluminum walls and Day of the Dead inspired art, this cantina and grill welcomes you with the proud slogan “Made by Immigrants.” Off to the side, the bar glows with neon lights and comfy stools. The dining room overlooking Main Street is the ideal place for a mid-day margarita and some enchiladas to warm your soul, or at least your mouth. You sit down, right at home with the bustle of people below and peruse a menu of familiar favorites. Where to start? Guacamole is always a good choice and they even have street tacos without the patience required to wait in the street.
Tekila is a new restaurant in Park City and they have come out the gate with a bang. Try some authentic Mexican cuisine and don’t be surprised if it bites you back. This gem is owned by a family from Mexico who spent years working in the restaurant industry before they finally decided to open their own place after the birth of their baby girl. Tekila is the perfect escape during the cold winter months and a refreshing hang out on a summer afternoon. Sit at the bar and watch the game over nachos or bring the family for quesadillas and queso. They have a vegetarian and vegan section on their menu, and they serve corn tortillas. They also have fun events all the time, such as live music for Cinco de Mayo and Tekila Tuesday when tequila shots are $5 (with exclusions). You can stay up to date on the latest events on their Facebook page. Reservations can be made online through Open Table, but your best bet is to call them directly.