Bandits’ Grill and Bar barbecue in historic Park City is located in the heart of real outlaw country, often a stop on the Outlaw Trail between Robbers Roost and Brown’s Park, this path was traveled by “The Wild Bunch” itself. Thought you won’t likely cross trails with the likes of Utah’s own Butch Cassidy or Kid Curry you are guaranteed to tankle with some of the best barbecue ever served in the Rockies. Quickly becoming the standard for oak grilled barbecue. Bandits’ Grill and Bar serves serves up the finest ribs, chicken and steaks anywhere.
BANDITS GRILL & BAR
It takes more than a great atmosphere to make a great restaurant, and that is where Bandits' Grill and Bar rises to the occasion. Known throughout Southern California and Park City for our barbecue, you'll find the legendary entrees that gave us that reputation here on these pages. Look through our Lunch, Dinner or Take-Out menus to find some of your Bandits' Barbecue favorites or just to get an idea of what you've been missing.
A Bandit never knows when a good idea will come to him, it might be while trying to outrun a group of Pinkertons or maybe around a camp fire on the banks of the Dirty Devil River, while hiding out in Robber's Roost. It may just be while drinking a beer, barbecuing in a back yard in Malibu.
Ron Parker, head Bandit and founder of Bandits' Grill and Bar, isn't quite sure when the idea to open Bandit's came to him, but everyone agrees it was a good one. A veteran of the restaurant business since he was 13 and a devoted barbecue aficionado, Ron knew he wanted to create the best barbecue experience possible. In 1990 he opened the first Bandits' in Thousand Oaks and the "Legend" began to grow. Soon proclaimed "Best Barbecue In Los Angeles" the original small restaurant in Thousand Oaks was overflowing and Bandits' Camarillo was opened. And now Park City. Come by, become part of the legend.