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Top recommendations from locals

“Both a tourist spot and a local favorite. It's usually crowded and noisy but it's definitely worth a walk through if only to see the random vintage decor. It's about a 5-minute stroll from the cottage.”
  • 106 locals recommend
“Great whiskey at a fun place -and truly within "stumbling distance" to Bluebird House! The Double Rye is mighty fine but you can't go wrong with any of High West's great whiskeys!”
  • 131 locals recommend
“Pro tip: walk down the street to access lifts in the morning then end your day at the higher end of the street and then walk down to Bluebird House -no uphill walking required! ”
  • 90 locals recommend
Ski Area
“One of America's exclusive ski areas. Please note: Snowboarding is NOT allowed at this resort.”
  • 88 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“One of the best restaurants for fine dining in Park City, Riverhorse on Main has made a name for itself by perfecting traditional western dishes. Its famous trio of wild game dish features buffalo, venison, and elk, and its take on nut-encrusted halibut has garnered rave reviews. Be sure to get a reservation, which can be made through OpenTable.”
  • 51 locals recommend
“The Historic Egyptian Theatre is a beautiful venue and the shows are great. Check out the line up to see what is on stage while you are in town. ”
  • 17 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“great selection of meat and cheeses, the store has everything you need. wonderful selection of pastas and condiments, crackers and side dishes. best homemade bread in town from Red Bicycle bakery. I love sea salt back at is a must have!”
  • 32 locals recommend
“If you are history buff, or just have some down time, visit the Park City Museum. It's a quick stroll down Main Street from the cottage.”
  • 50 locals recommend
“Affordable, family friendly atmosphere, great Italian food and wood-fired gourmet pizza! A “must try” is the artichoke appetizer!”
  • 7 locals recommend
“check their website for who is currently playing. They have varied musical greats and other performances from well known great artists!”
  • 22 locals recommend
“Live music & dancing daily, cocktails all from local spirits, open breakfast, lunch, dinner”
  • 41 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Utah’s liquor laws require anything above 5% alcohol content (e.g., liquor, wine, and some beer) to be sold in a state liquor store. There are two convenient locations in Park City, and this is one of them! Anything below 5% alcohol content can be found elsewhere — grocery stores, etc.”
  • 26 locals recommend
Coworking Space
“Park City is a fun mountain town, about 45 minutes southeast of Salt Lake City, and home to two awesome ski resorts. On the town's doorstep is Park City Mountain Resort, with lifts operating right from town, and just down the road is Deer Valley Resort, one of Utah's poshest ski resorts. Both of these offer outstanding terrain for all levels of skiers. Utah Olympic Park, also located in the vicinity, was used as a venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Today, it offers year-round activities for kids and adults, from ziplining and hiking in summer to bobsledding in winter. Also of note is one of Park City's most famous events, the annual Sundance Film Festival, held in late January.”
  • 24 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Soon to be the heart of Park City's Arts and Culture District. There is always something interesting and fun activities at the Kimball.”
  • 21 locals recommend
“An indie book store/coffeehouse/tearoom which is a locals' favorite. It's at the bottom of Main Street so about a 10-15 stroll from the cottage.”
  • 39 locals recommend
“Favorite breakfast in town Try the mimosa with your omelette & scone American $$ Great for lunch & dinner too. Kid friendly”
  • 36 locals recommend