Park City Life

Where to Eat During Sundance

As Sundance descends on Park City (Jan. 18 — 28), many restaurants and bars alter their hours and close for special events. This means you may not be able to get a...

Park City Restaurant Pine Cone Ridge Celebrates One Year

The restaurant business is notoriously volatile, as anyone who’s worked in food service or caught the first two seasons of “The Bear” can attest. That’s especially true in a mountain community like...

The Best Sports Bars in Park City

The NFL season is upon us! If you're anything like me and familial emotions are conferred almost entirely through the lens of how a group of millionaire strangers wearing a particular set...

Road to Nowhere: Deer Valley’s Snow Park Development

Pour one out for those trying to get anything done in Park City. The cause of profiteering developers is far from a sympathetic one, it’s just that seeing the never-ending clash with...

Fall Drink Festivals in Park City

What is it about having that first drink of the day when the sun is highest in the sky? There’s a sneaking sense of self indulgence creeping in with each sip that’s...

Park City Restaurant Firewood Lives Up to Its Name

The gargantuan metal apparatus was custom-made for the kitchen. Mixing seemingly incongruous rustic and elegant elements, the 14-foot-long grill is the centerpiece, both aesthetically and spiritually, of the restaurant. The four adjustable...

Miners Day Running of the Balls Returns to Park City 

Some 340 million people around the country are celebrating Labor Day this weekend, but in Park City things are slightly different. Well, it’s not wildly different. There’s still the barbecues, the delightful...

Hidden Peak Provisions in Midway is built on local ingredients

In midway, Hidden Peak Provisions is the taste of the town. I mean that literally. Almost every component of every menu item is homegrown or roasted or harvested or made. “There’s a...

Summit County’s Housing Development Fight

Nothing stirs Summit County residents quite like a development debate. The potent mixture of NIMBYs, developers, profiteers, conservationists and more creates a cosmic gumbo of opinion, motive and messaging. The most recent...

Not Just a Sandwich: Stacked in Park City

The name says it all. Stacked. The ingredients? Quite literally yes, of course. It’s a sandwich after all. My expectations? Absolutely. Open a sandwich joint inspired by the famed delis of New...

Is the Future of Park Silly Sunday Market at Risk?

When did this town get so serious? Seriously. Do people think Park City transformed from a post-silver-mining backwater because of some faux polished veneer of exclusivity and golden-year serenity? No matter how...

Cold-Pressed Juice in Park City

What on earth is cold-pressed juice anyway? It means nothing other than force from a hydraulic press squeezing fruit and vegetables was used to produce the juice. No additional heat, pasteurization or...

Park City Grüv Festival

Here’s a bit of breaking news for you: the best skiing of the year is happening right now. While some unwise and otherwise impatient folks are starting to prematurely transition to flip...

New Union Keeps Park City Lifts Turning

The loud buzzing horn usually perks up the confused, anxious crowd. It means the lift is about to start turning again, but sometimes not without a little nudge. “If the lift stops...

Upstream Fare: The New Fish Market Park City

John Courtney has lived many lives when it comes to cuisine. He’s a revered chef, having overseen numerous cuisine concepts simultaneously at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas and worked alongside legendary...

Issues with Workforce Housing in Park City

Developing workforce housing in Park City is a Sisyphean task. Fundamentally, it’s an inventory problem we can’t come close to correcting, especially with citizens fighting development at every turn.