Where to Drink
A local (and tourist) favorite, No Name Saloon is a riotous good time with its broad bottled and tap beer selection and quirky nostalgia hanging on the walls and ceiling.
With live music (rock, bluegrass, cover bands), daily happy hour food specials, and local spirits and signature cocktails abound, The Spur is perfect for a low-key night out.
A prime location on Main Street, O’Shucks is a true locals dive bar. Get the garlic burger and wash it down with an IPA; this hole-in-the-wall joint has reasonable prices, plus shuffleboard and pool tables.
This local wine bar makes Park City-themed blends onsite and offers a small (but varied) range of wines, craft beer, and top-shelf spirits you can pair with charcuterie and chocolate après-ski.
You can do a tour of the distillery in Wanship, UT, (pictured; about 20 minutes from Park City) to taste some of its craft whiskey blends. Or, head over to the saloon (in Park City) for some elk chili and a cocktail made with High West’s signature spirits. The saloon has a more relaxed vibe—sporting a rustic interior and exterior; you can chat with locals on the heated outdoor patio space.
6. St. Regis
Get the St. Regis specialty: Winter Dream hot chocolate. You can dress it with homemade whipped cream, chocolate shavings, and toffee. Sip while you sit by the outdoor fire. The space offers panoramic views and comfy Adirondack chairs. The hotel also offers complimentary rosemary truffle popcorn.
7. The Après Lounge at Montage Deer Valley
Rack your skis and head over to Montage Deer Valley’s Vueve Clicquot yurt. You can lounge in flannel-upholstered chairs fireside while you sip on some bubbly and snack on local cheeses and truffle popcorn. (Open noon to 4p.m.)
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