While you have probably heard of the Sundance Film Festival, which is actually held in neighboring Park City, Utah, you may not know that this picturesque ski resort town was founded by Oscar-winner Robert Redford in 1969. This 5,000-acre town has more to offer than just great outdoor activities and scenic views, though. It's also home to a number of great restaurants that cater to every appetite, including gluten-free and vegan preferences. Of course, southwestern staples like huevos rancheros and prime rib are also widely available. You can even try more inventive cuisine like elk loin, grilled octopus, and hamachi. However, if you just want to kick back in a more rustic setting, there’s at least one bar in town where the burgers are big and the beer flows freely.