Timeless Après Allure: Embrace Park City's Exquisite Ski-town Scene in Every Season
Food & Wine
Welcome to Park City, a year-round haven that exudes timeless charm and allure in every season. As you step into this inviting destination, nestled amidst scenic landscapes, a sense of nostalgia and romance will embrace you. Embrace cozy gatherings around crackling fires during winter, the blooming beauty of spring, sunlit adventures of summer and the colorful splendor of autumn. This quintessential town, with its vibrant scene and intimate hideaways, sets the stage for unforgettable moments, allowing you to celebrate the joys of each season. Park City's enduring appeal as a year-round destination makes it a cherished retreat where visitors revel in the timeless delight of its allure, no matter the time of year.
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Where to stay in Park City
Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley
Upscale ski resort with chic rooms and suites as well as direct access to Park City Mountain.
$100 hotel / resort credit.
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The St. Regis Deer Valley
This pet-friendly hotel brings traditional luxury to Park City's beautiful Wasatch Mountains, an outdoor lover's playground at any time of year.
$100 food / beverage credit.
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Montage Deer Valley Resort
Ski-in/ski-out favorite with apartment-sized rooms, family-friendly restaurants, and two pools
$100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit to be utilized during stay, applicable towards food & beverage, spa services, or activities and rentals in Compass Sports.
A daily breakfast credit up to US $60 per bedroom, per night (credit may be used in restaurants, Buzz Coffee shop, or through room service.)
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Things to do in Park City
The most exclusive and grandiose Ski-in Ski-out hotel. The Montage at Deer Valley is the place to see and be seen boasting a bowling alley, over-the-top spa, Veuve Yurt and my favorite, two adorable Bernese mountain dog mascots, Monty & Summit (you can catch these two rolling around in the snow after the lifts close.)
Veuve Clicquot Apres Ski Yurt
What’s more chic than a bottle of snow‑chilled Veuve Clicquot in a private Yurt? Absolutely nothing. This ultimate Après Ski stop is tucked away at the bottom of the Empire lift and is accessible by ski‑in or from the Montage.
The St. Regis at Deer Valley
Another mega chic resort is located at the bottom of Deer Valley. The St. Regis is famous for their custom Bloody Marys at each location across the world, and Deer Valley’s “7452 Mary” does not disappoint. Be sure to stay until 5:30pm for the Champagne Sabering and take a ride on the Funicular for spectacular views of the mountains.
SouthWest Indian Traders
This Main Street icon is owned by a daughter/dad duo who have been trading with the Native Americans for generations. Filled with the finest turquoise jewelry, handmade hats, weavings and pottery.
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Private Luxury Tours
Opt for private guided tours of the area, such as helicopter rides over the stunning landscapes or customized excursions to nearby attractions, tailored to your preferences.
Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides
Experience the charm of Park City's historic streets with private horse-drawn carriage rides, offering an intimate and romantic way to explore the town.
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Witness the beauty of Park City from above with a hot air balloon ride, granting breathtaking views of the mountains and surrounding landscapes.
Exclusive Events and Festivals
If your visit aligns with one of Park City's exclusive events or festivals, seize the opportunity to participate in high-profile gatherings, gala dinners and cultural celebrations.
Places to eat & drink in Park City
Stein Eriksen Lodge (Breakfast & Dinner): For a luxurious breakfast or dinner, head to Stein Eriksen Lodge, renowned for its stunning mountain views and elegant dining options. Insider Tip: Consider booking a private dining room for a more intimate experience.
Riverhorse on Main (Dinner): A premier fine-dining restaurant, Riverhorse on Main, offers an exquisite menu with locally-sourced ingredients and a wide selection of fine wines. Insider Tip: Try their signature dish, the Buffalo Short Rib, for a unique and unforgettable culinary experience.
High West Distillery & Saloon (Lunch & Dinner): Located on historic Main Street, High West is a popular spot for upscale Western-inspired cuisine and craft cocktails. Insider Tip: Make a reservation in advance, especially during peak seasons, to secure a table in this highly sought-after establishment.
The St. Regis Bar (Drinks): Enjoy a sophisticated après-ski experience at The St. Regis Bar, known for its elegant ambiance and extensive cocktail menu. Insider Tip: Don't miss their daily Champagne-sabering ritual at sunset, a captivating and luxurious spectacle.
Montage Deer Valley (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner): The Montage offers multiple dining options, including Apex for breakfast; Burgers & Bourbon for lunch and Yama Sushi for dinner. Insider Tip: For a unique experience, try the famous Montage Deer Valley brunch on Sundays.
Atticus Coffee Books & Teahouse: Simply the best place to order a specialty coffee, CBD matcha or breakfast sandwich. They have every type of milk substitution the mind can imagine.
Chimayo Restaurant (Dinner): Candlelight, queso, high‑end Mexican fare and a moody ambiance. Chimayo is the ultimate date night spot on Main Street.
Grappa (Dinner): Known for its elegant ambiance and Italian-inspired dishes, Grappa is a favorite among luxury travelers seeking a sophisticated dining experience. Insider Tip: Don't miss their extensive wine list, featuring a curated selection of fine Italian wines.
Handle (Lunch & Dinner): This contemporary American bistro offers a farm-to-table approach with creative dishes and a trendy atmosphere. Insider Tip: Their seasonal menus mean there's always something new to try, so check for updates on their offerings.
Firewood on Main (Dinner): With an emphasis on wood-fired cooking, Firewood provides a delightful culinary journey featuring fresh and locally-sourced ingredients. Insider Tip: Sit at the Chef's Table for an interactive experience and a chance to learn more about the cooking process.
Need to Know
For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Rileigh Tower’s guide, Summer Fun in Park City.
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