Imagine skiing right up to the world's first ski-in, gastro-distillery to experience après-ski during the winter, and then watching a spectacular sunset from 7,452 feet with a completely unique bloody mary in hand. That is exactly what bar life is like in Park City, and you don't have to look far to find it. We've made your bar choices easy and comprised a list of our favorite bars in Park City.
High West Saloon & Distillery
The High West Saloon located on Park Avenue, one street over from Main Street, is a local hotspot and visitor favorite. Opening in 2006, High West Saloon is a branch of High West Distillery, located in Wanship, just 20 minutes outside Park City. The distillery offers tastings and tours Wed-Sun, and now offers Sunday brunch. The saloon in Park City offers outdoor patio seating, a traditional Old West bar area, and dining room. Boasting the title of the world's first ski-in, gastro-distillery, High West Saloon is the perfect place to stop in for après-ski during the winter, and a sunset drink during the summer. Drink favorites include the High Noon Punch, Saint Serra's Fizz and the High West Lemonade with either whiskey or vodka.
Photo: High West Saloon
No Name Saloon & Grill
Located mid-way up Main Street, the No Name Saloon has been a staple among Park City locals and visitors for years. With a rustic design and an interior filled with antiques and other interesting items to look at, you can relax in front of a fire, play shuffleboard, watch your favorite sports team on TV, or head up to the roof-top patio to mingle with locals and enjoy the high view of Main Street. If you're also hungry during your trip to the No Name, you can order off their menu which consists of traditional bar-appetizers, burgers, salads and sandwiches.
Photo: No Name Saloon & Grill
One of the more unique establishments on Main Street, Flanagan's offers traditional Irish fayre and good beer. The pub itself was handcrafted and designed to mirror a true Irish pub with a cottage feel, transporting guests to another time and place. Guests can come in to enjoy dinner, play old board games at their tables, pound Irish car bombs at the bar or visit the Underground Tavern downstairs, which houses a live music series during the winter, and Tuesday bingo nights and a DJ on Fridays during the summer.
Photo: Flanagan's on Main
OP Rockwell is a hidden gem on Main Street, tucked into a historic, underground space that is rich with history and character. The interior exudes outlaw mystique, described as a speakeasy feel with the intersection of western-frontier and Victorian-luxe. Here visitors can come to see live music play or simply enjoy some of the best craft cocktails in Park City. Don’t know what drink you want to order or aren't cocktail-savvy? No problem! The staff at OP Rockwell will make you a custom drink based on your tastes and preferences, only resulting in nothing short of heavenly.
Photo: OP Rockwell
St. Regis Bar
You come for the sunset view, but stay for the drinks. The St. Regis Bar offers visitors to Park City and Deer Valley a more luxurious and classic bar experience. If you're looking for great views at 7,452 feet and world-class drink, the St. Regis is the spot to be. During the winter season you can experience a daily champagne sabrage by the fire pits, signaling the end of a work day. All guests present will receive a free glass of champagne. The signature drink of St. Regis hotels is the bloody mary, custom to each location. The bloody mary in Park City is no exception, made with oat-distilled Vodka 7000 from local High West Distillery and served with a touch of black lava salt on the rim and finished with a Wasabi-Celery foam and pipette of Worcestershire sauce.
Photo: St. Regis Bar Deer Valley
Known by locals and visitors alike to have one of the best cocktail menus in all of Park City, Fletcher's provides an atmosphere for everyone. Those looking to enjoy a nice sit-down dinner will enjoy the restaurant dining room, while après-ski seekers and summer sunset-drinkers will find solace in the downstairs lounge, The Library. A mixture of reclaimed wood, brick and raw materials fused with vintage and modern elements create an eclectic and hip vibe in Park City, and when it comes to cocktails, Fletcher’s has mastered both classic drinks and the blending of traditional drinks with non-traditional flavors; guest favorites include the Maple Manhattan and Melon Moscow Mule.
Versante Hearth + Bar
Recently opened in January 2017, and located inside the Park City Peak's Hotel, away from the hustle and bustle of Main Street, Versante offers handcrafted pizzas, burgers and pastas paired with local craft beers and cocktails. Versante is a great pick if you're looking to avoid the crowds, and cost, of Main Street, or if you're looking for a quiet bar atmosphere that serves great food! Don’t forget to ask about their current 20% off deal!