Greater Park City Bars & Nightlife
Bars & Nightlife neighborhood
High West Saloon
703 Park Ave., Park City
Right next to the Town Lift in Park City, High West is billed as the world’s first and only ski-in/ski-out gastro-distillery. Warm up at the bar (it’s made of reclaimed wood from a 1904 Salt Lake bridge) and order their chicken pot pie and a barrel-aged Manhattan. If you’re feeling extra-indulgent, the mac-and-cheese—made with smoked cheddar, jalapeno, and bacon—is well worth it, as is the sweet potato gratin. For a quick lesson in how small-batch spirits are made, including a look at their 250-gallon copper sill, free tours are given daily at 11:30am, 1pm, and 2:30pm. Slightly further afield (but worth the trek) in Wanship, High West's new distillery and tasting room offers tours, whiskey tastings, and a small, Western-inflected menu for snacking.
No Name Saloon
447 Main St., Park City
This notoriously rowdy spot is the oldest, and arguably the most popular bar in town. Their rooftop is an excellent place to grab a beer with a view during the day, though it stays open well into the wee hours. This is also an excellent place to watch a game.
O’Shucks Bar & Grill
427 Main St., Park City
O’Shucks Bar & Grill is exactly what it looks like: It’s a no-fuss dive bar, where you can get cheap beer and play Big Buck Hunter in the back. While the dark, brick-lined space itself is certainly nothing to write home about, it’s a great antidote to the rest of Park City—this is the kind of place where the ski instructors hang out, and you can unwind with a game of shuffleboard, pinball, or pool.
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