Hearth & Hill •
This casual eatery in Kimball Junction has an impressive pedigree, starting with its owner, Brooks Kirchheimer, who has worked for more than a decade in the restaurant industry, including stints as the manager of Daly’s Pub at Montage Deer Valley and Sundance Resort’s Zoom restaurant. Kirchheimer hired executive chef Jordan Harvey, formerly of Zoom and Montage, to lead the kitchen, and Mia Yue, from High West Distillery and Firewood on Main, as general manager. As the name suggests, the menu at Hearth & Hill is upscale comfort food with soup, salads, sandwiches ($8 to $16) and large entrées sprinkled with global and gourmet flavors like the kicky Korean fried chicken with waffles ($26) and the Utah trout with gnocchi ($28). The gyoza (pot sticker) appetizer ($9) changes every day, the truffle mac and cheese is a decadent side dish ($10) and if you’re in a large group, the sundae nachos — chocolate waffles topped with fruit, ice cream, hot fudge and caramel sauce — is a massive dessert for the whole table ($10). There is a full-service bar for those 21 and older and a children’s menu for those who aren’t. Where •
1153 Center Drive, Newpark Retail Center (between Jupiter Bowl and Best Buy); 435- 200-8840 or https://hearth-hill.com/.
Open daily, 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.