With so many activities to try, and fun to be had, there was no other choice than to bring back our Park City First Timers series for another season. This time around we added a little twist, as the entire Page family — Cori, Jon, Emma, Milo, Pearl and Ansel — will be our hosts for four action-packed episodes. Proving that a family that plays together stays together.
For some, a cup of coffee or a latte is the only way to get the day started. For others, it’s a midday treat – a way to warm up (or cool down) after a few hours spent on the slopes or the trails. Regardless, it’s always a good idea to know where your nearest (and tastiest) coffee option lies whether you’re on the mountain, shopping along Historic Main Street, or cruising around town! Here is a round-up of a few don’t-miss coffee shops and cafés in the Park City area:
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February 20, 2018 by RootsRated
The silver-mining settlement of Park City, Utah, almost became a ghost town when the mines closed, but its reinvention as a ski mecca has made it a gold mine for winter visitors. Located just 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City makes flying in for a long weekend easy. You can hit the highlights in three days without a rental car thanks to a free in-town transportation system. Sound overwhelming? Follow this guide to maximize your time and fun in this booming mountain town.
Tucked between two world-class ski resorts, the mountain town of Park City is best known for its winter recreation and as the home of the Sundance Film Festival. But over time the community has transformed into a year-round recreation destination with an outstanding dining scene to match. The fun, foodie revolution spreads from Historic Main Street all the way to Kimball Junction (Nuevo Park City), and whether you’re craving a gourmet breakfast, a quick lunch, or a five-course feast, this foodie guide covers all your Park City dining needs.
One of the most unique aspects of Park City is the vicinity of its historic downtown to both Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort. That, capped off with the area’s growing culinary scene, makes for a truly special ski experience. With Park City Mountain’s Quit’N Time run leading skiers and snowboarders directly to Historic Main Street, the midday meal options are plentiful. We compiled a list of restaurants on Historic Main Street where you can grab lunch just off the slopes before hopping back on Town Lift to continue your ski day: