Local Secrets

Park City is full of hidden gems for dining, socializing and relaxing. Here are just a few of our favorite "can't-miss" hot spots  for your vacation.



Spot this Banksy original at 405 Main Street.



The Silver Star Cafe - 1825 Three Kings Drive. Tucked slope-side in the Silver Star at Park City community, this cafe is a gourmet treat at any time of day. The homemade pizzas and pitchers of local beer are a perfect way to end of day of mountain biking or skiing.

Adolph's Swiss Restaurant - 1500 Kearns Boulevard. Chef Adolph Imboden has been a Park City fixture since 1974. His raclette cheese is nothing short of legendary, and his decor is something of a museum to Park City's athletes, complete with signed photographs from Olympic skiers and other winter sports athletes. 



Bistro 412 - 412 Main Street. Upstairs from the fine dining restaurant of the same name is a cozy bar with roomy booths, a casual atmosphere, and cold brews on tap.

No Name Saloon - Happening red-brick saloon with pub grub like bison burgers plus a robust beer & whiskey menu



Poison Creek Shoe Tree - Join a local tradition dating to the 1960s by tossing a pair of sneakers, heals, or even ski boots into the "shoe tree" located on the walking path running parallel to Deer Valley Drive. 

Banksy on the Java Cow -  402 Main Street. Catch one of the preserved original works left by British street artist Banksy during the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.

The Snow Bugs - Look for these metal sculptures under the Silver Lode lift at Park City Mountain Resort.


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