Getting here couldn't be easier - the world's only distillery to have ski in / ski out access (bottom of Town Lift) and walkable from downtown. Getting in is the challenge, try to come early as this is the place to be. Indulge in brown-spirit based cocktails at the Main Bar. If hungrier, head upstairs to the smaller rooms for Western Mountain Cuisine - bison burgers, deviled eggs, pretzels. Families beware, this venue has a strict 21+ policy.
Prime location at the Park City Base with live music and reasonably priced drinks. Great on a sunny day, relax on the outdoor patio and enjoy the live music. You won't break the bank with $3 PBRs and tequila shots. Standard pub fare - burgers, chicken tenders and waffle fries. However, it can get crowded and the propane lamps outside are limited.
This Park City institution has over 100 years of history and is a favorite for locals and visitors. It offers a wide selection of local craft beer and whiskey and is probably best known for the buffalo burger. The atmosphere is lively and its a favorite for watching sports with 17 TVs. Grab a spot on the outdoor patio under the heat lamps to chill and watch the people along Main Street. On the downside, it can be crowded and loud and it is restricted to age 21+.
At the base of Canyons Village, convene here at the end of the day. You pretty much can't leave from the Canyons Base without passing by. The outdoor scene and festive spirit of people hanging out under this large white tent heated by propane lamps will likely draw you in for at least a quick stop. Choose from a wide selection of 4% Utah beers on draft, relax and unwind, particularly on a nice day.
Park City has no shortage of spots to enjoy live music. This is one of our favorites with live music every night and on weekends. Listen to local, regional, and national music bands spanning rock, country, Celtic, folk and bluegrass. The venue is large, the atmosphere is modern and festive, the food does not disappoint and the cocktails are made from local spirits.
This power yoga spot, located ~20 minutes North of historic downtown, will get you loose and seriously sweating. Tadasana keeps their studio around body temperature. If you’re in the mood to stretch, the Slow Flow class cannot be beat. For a quicker paced option, try the Power Flow or PowerJam classes. The studio offers mat and towel rentals (both are included for your first visit). Tadasana offers a variety of pass options.
More upscale spot in lobby of the Waldorf Astoria in Canyons Village. Looking for plush surroundings, higher end food and a comfy place to warm up, this works. For more luxury options, consider going to neighbor Deer Valley, where luxury abounds - see our Deer Valley Après Ski Guide here.
No trip to Park City is complete without a visit to Java Cow. In the heart of Park City, there is something here for everyone - coffee, hot chocolate - pastries, and of course, ice cream. Everything is homemade - a wide selection of flavors, stocked with goodies, cones and endless toppings. Kids take to the life sized cow and selection of toys. Pricey for ice cream, but everything is delicious and its good fun.
If you want more exercise, come here. With two locations, this fitness center offers more than 90 group workouts. TRX training, yoga, H.I.I.T, Pilates and ski conditioning are some of the highlights. The aquatics program is also outstanding with heated lap pools. Run at altitude, work on strength and flexibility and then enjoy the steam room and hot tubs. The club offers convenient guest access with daily passes and punch passes with 5 or10 sessions.