The fun doesn’t have to stop when the lifts close! On Main Street the best part of the ski day starts when boots are off, cold beer in hand, surrounded by friends, and enjoying the town you’re in. Après ski in our Historic District is a specialty, a one stop shop for anything you may want after a long day on the slopes. We have the best ways to help you finish off your ski days right!

 

Morning Toasts
  • For a family friendly way to start your morning, stop by Atticus Coffee, Teahouse and Books, grab some hot chocolate, and pick a book to curl up with. This is the ideal low-key way to re-energize for the ski day to come. The store is family owned and operated, and is dedicated to serving everyone a healthy snack and cozy retreat. 
  • Java Cow Coffee & Ice Cream is a great mid-week spot for the whole family! They use all natural ingredients, and their coffee is from Caffe Ibis, located in Logan, Utah. Their hot drinks and pastries pair for the perfect way to begin a chilly day. On top of that, you’re sure to find some cow-related items in their gift shop that will leave you laughing.


Family Fares
  • A family-friendly option for some after-ski shenanigans is Wasatch Brew Pub. At Wasatch, the whole family can eat and the adults can indulge in some grown-up beverages. Wasatch’s claim to fame is that it was the first craft brewery in Utah, and actually one of the first in all of the U.S. The brewing process is made visible with large windows, which gives the space a somewhat industrial feel.

  • Butcher’s Chop House is located in the perfect spot at the bottom of The Town Lift. There is a separate bar area with a huge menu of signature cocktails, and the food here is varying and delicious. You can bring the family and sit in the dining area, or hang out in the bar area for an adults-only evening.

  • If you prefer to spend your nights with a nice glass of wine in the coziest of settings, you can’t miss Old Town Cellars. OTC is owned by true mountain-towners, and lacks the pretentious air that you might find at many other wineries. They are home to “the official Après wine,” and make sure to keep things affordable and comfortable, which means you truly can’t miss this on your after-skiing outings.
  • Now that your legs are exhausted, test your arms and aim with a game of darts at Flanagan’s. The traditional Irish pub has a basement where you can set your weekend off right, aptly named Flanagan’s Underground Club. The Club often has live music, trivia, and the occasional dart tournament. The traditional Irish food pairs well with just about anything in their full bar, so you won’t end the night hungry. You can bring the kids if you’re planning to hang out upstairs, but if you want to visit the Underground Club, you’ll have to leave those under 21 at home.
21 and Up 
  • O’Shucks Bar & Grill is your classic bar, with games like Shuffleboard to keep you occupied. But the thing that truly sets O’shucks apart is that on Tuesday nights, they serve $3 Schooners. And let me tell you, these things are HUGE. And let’s not forget the free peanuts.

  • If you prefer more of a lounge experience after a day on the mountain, you’ll want to stop by O.P. Rockwell.  O.P Rockwell describes themselves, accurately I might add, as a “relaxed and sophisticated cocktail lounge.” It’s got a classic speakeasy feel that will leave you feeling like you’ve stepped into the 1920’s. That’s not to say things can’t get lively, as they often do when they host live music. 

  • It wouldn’t be a visit to Park City if you didn’t drop into The Cabin after spending all day in the snow. The Cabin, home of The Elkupine, is a no-frills bar with excellent service and drinks. They host live music every Friday and Saturday, and have a great selection of warm drinks to really help you celebrate weekend evenings after skiing. They have a small selection of munchies to tide you over as well.

  • Check out No Name Saloon, which is well known for their year-round heated rooftop patio. After a long day on the slopes, it’s the perfect place to unwind and warm up, while still enjoying that crisp mountain air. The building No Name inhabits was built in 1905, and has a rich and varying history. In fact, it’s on Utah’s Historic Landmark Registry. Try one of the many local craft beers on tap, and enjoy their ever-famous buffalo burger. There are 17 TV’s, so no need to worry about missing the game, whichever game that may be. The establishment is 21+, so the kiddos will have to sit this one out.

  • The Spur Bar and Grill is the perfect place to begin your weekday Après ski activities. They have a huge selection of drinks, and their cocktails are made with ALL local spirits. On top of that, they offer an awesome selection of bar food to refuel. However, whatever really sets The Spur apart is the live music every night, and the dancing that takes place with it. This is one stop you won’t want to miss.

  • Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill is a great spot for sports lovers who don’t want to miss their Sunday night games. They have just about anything you could want on their menu, and their prices are some of the best you’ll find in town. And if you have a hankering for some fried pickles, theirs are the best.

  • On a Saturday night, one place you absolutely have to check out is Downstairs. Downstairs is a bar, lounge, and performance space. They host musicians (lots of DJ’s) every Saturday, and you will spend your night dancing, dancing, dancing. There is usually a $5 to $10 charge for tickets, so check here before heading in. However, there are free Industry nights, so be sure to mark your calendars for those days!