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It’s commonly understood that mountain biking and beer go hand-in-hand. Who doesn’t love an ice cold one after a mountain bike ride in the summer sun?  One of Park City’s local breweries, Squatters, even named one of their beers “Full Suspension” in ode to mountain biking, noting that it “really smooths out the bumps.”  There are quite a few Park City restaurants and breweries that are conveniently located at trailheads all over town.  We have a few post-ride recommendations for after you explore one of Park City’s classic mountain bike trails.

ChefsFeed, a popular food-driven media channel that connects viewers to all things food, recently stopped by Park City to check out a few of the area’s restaurants and the chefs behind them.  The channel’s content is not only relevant, but credible, as each mini-documentary is hosted by a real-life chef who is engrained and well-versed in the world of food. 

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:

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.

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