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The Iver's Tunnel.

A new addition to Fox School of Wine’s educational programs, Mines & Wines offers a fun and unique take on Park City’s mining history – an important piece of the town’s heritage.  The tour features six stops at historic mining relics, including the Daly West Mine, Ontario Mine, Iver’s and Spiro Tunnels, and the Miner’s Hospital.

High West is one of Park City’s favorite spots for après-ski drinks.

In a town known for its blend of fine powder and hot spots worth savoring, it would be hard not to have a good time in Park City. In fact, thanks to the presence of two world-class ski resorts and tons of ski-in/ski-out lodging and eateries, the number of options are almost dizzying for those who aren’t from around the area.

Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we believe them! Where will you find the energy for a fun day on the slopes, shopping, or for Nordic skiing on Park City’s trails, without a delicious and nutritious breakfast?

Finding a solid breakfast or brunch spot can be challenging – especially if you’re visiting an area for the first time.  Breakfast and brunch choices are often a matter of preference, depending on what kind of morning meal you prefer and what kind of time you have. Are you a hardcore bruncher who spends hours enjoying a meal every Sunday morning? Or are you the grab-and-go type? Whether you prefer to grab a cup of coffee and a quick bite on the run, or prefer full-on sit-down brunch, Park City, Utah has breakfast and  brunch options to suit every taste bud. 

If you can't join us here in Park City for the Thanksgiving holiday, why not add a taste of Park City to your celebrations at home? With so many unique, delicious, and locally produced foods, beer and spirits, it's easy to make room for Park City at your Thanksgiving dinner table. Here are a few ideas to whet your appetite:

We’ll be playing in the snow before we know it and as the season begins to shift, it often means our appetites do too. Cravings for margaritas are replaced with those for hot toddies, gazpacho is replaced with hearty chili and stews, and grilling gives way to spit-roasted leg of lamb. We’ve rounded up a few fall menu items from area restaurants that are sure to comfort, keep you warm, and help get you ready for a great winter ahead.

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