This is the restaurant that began Bill White’s Park City restaurant empire. And, for many loyal customers, it’s still his best. Situated in a house at the top of Main Street in Old Town, diners compete for tables in the cozy, busy dining rooms, and outside on the sprawling patios in summer. Calamari fritti is always a great place to start a meal, and the pan-seared diver scallops can’t be beat. For veggie lovers, the tasty cinnamon-roasted beets and wild-mushroom lagagna is terrific, while meat lovers might opt for the slow-cooked osso bucco. A superb Italian wine-studded list rounds out the wonderful Grappa experience. And, not surprisingly, Grappa also offers an extensive selection of grappa liqueurs.