Sep. 2010: Sin City of Utah
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Park City is routinely named the “sin city” of our fair state, and why not run with it? This brings us cause to celebrate our highly raucous, high altitude culture! There’s nothing better, after a long day of hiking or skiing, than a cold beer and good company. You’ll find both in Historic Park City.
The options are endless in Historic Park City, and you can see, hear, and drink them all as you wind your way up Main Street. Think you can’t get a drink in Utah? Ha! We dare you to try to stay sober with all of the incredible cocktails, beers, and vino that we have to offer in this mountain town. You’ll find we even have our own whiskey distillery, High West, on Park Avenue.
Bar none, come sundown Main Street is the place to be. Bars, clubs, and music venues line the street and invite locals and visitors to pull up a seat and down a drink. Our local establishments bring in both nationally recognize acts and local favorites. A Saturday night’s line up could bring you anything from DJ Samantha Ronson at The Downstairs, to a folk-meets-blues band at The Spur.
Before you call a cab for home, end your evening by heeding the call of your booze-filled belly. Late nights end at The Sidecar, where you’ll find good brews and Fat Kid Pizza: just the right combination of spicy sauce, thin and crunchy crust, and delectable toppings.