Historic Main Street In Park City, Utah (2023)

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Once the basecamp of a silver mining town, Park City's Main Street has come to represent the heart and soul of one of the most popular mountain towns in the west. For skiers and snowboarders, it boasts the most immediately accessible terrain anywhere in the United States with Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain each less than 10 minutes away. It’s also packed tight with luxury shops, art galleries and boutique restaurants to satisfy every craving.

Maybe it’s this easy access to recreation or the town’s well-preserved history, or maybe it’s the unique blend of shops and restaurants. Probably it’s a combination of all these things. Whatever it is about Main Street, prepare to be charmed.

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Restaurants on Main Street

Recommending the perfect place to eat on Main Street is kind of like trying to recommend the perfect ski run. Sure, your perfect fit is out there, but you’ve got quite a few choices to consider.

While restaurants like Riverhorse on Main, Yuki Yama Sushi, and Grappa Italian Café are plating up dishes that are just as beautiful as they are decadent, kick-back eateries like Wasatch Brewery and No Name Saloon are busiest once the slopes and the trails start to empty. It’s hard to find a bad meal on Main Street, but it may be just as difficult to declare any single dish as your favorite.

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Bars, Breweries & Distilleries

Did you know that Utah’s first brewery and first (legal) distillery are both locals to Park City? It’s true. Wasatch Brewery and High West Distillery were founded not in the state’s capital city or in its earliest settlements, but in a neighboring mountain town. Consider Park City’s mining history, adrenaline-pumping attitude and refined sense of culture though, and it all may start to seem less surprising.

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Hotels & Lodging

Six minutes to Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort, 15 minutes to Jordanelle State Park and 20 minutes to shopping, dining and recreation at Kimball Junction — Main Street is the ideal homebase for the Park City experience. Sure, there are more affordable rooms just outside of town, but if it’s an urban experience you’re looking for then there is no better place to stay than on Main Street.

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Shops & Stores

Wherever your travels take you, chances are you find yourself rambling through the nearest shops. Some do it for the thrill of shopping, others because they left something unpacked at home or have a few hours to spend. Whichever way, one thing holds true – local stores are some of the best places to gain a sense of community in unfamiliar territory.

Ask anyone who has visited Park City and they will tell you that they spent at least one night shopping on Main Street. There are so many shops, restaurants, music venues and art galleries to see it simply can’t be missed. Plus, if you’re visiting during the summer months you may encounter Park Silly, a farmers market that is hosted every Sunday from June to September.

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Supporting local communities during your travels can have a profound impact. Stock up with groceries locally, stop in an artisan shop or eat at a restaurant in addition to campfire meals. Now more than ever, these small businesses need support from travelers near and far.

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