Name: Daintrie Zega 

From: Amagansett, New York 

Years in Park City: 18

Occupation: Real Estate Agent

Favorite Restaurants for dinner:
Reef’s Kitchen, Shabu, Yuki Arashi

Favorite Lunch Spots:
Café Terigo


Top Picks for Outdoor Dining:
Vinto, Shabu

Where do you like to get your morning coffee or tea?
Java Cow

Favorite bar:
High West Whiskey Distillery

Best live music venue:
Star Bar!

Favorite art galleries:
Terzian Gallery

Best place to take your dogs in Historic Park City:
I like to walk my dogs on the trail by poison creek. It’s like a little oasis in the middle of Old Town.

Favorite Store for Retail Therapy:
Mary Jane’s

Best Way to Capture the Local Flavor:
We love to take the convertible to No Name  Saloon in the summer

What are your favorite Main Street events and why?
We love to take the convertible up to the Park Silly Market in the summertime to meet up with friends, do a little shopping, grab a tasty lunch, listen to some great music… It’s such a nice scene. And being able to enjoy an alcoholic beverage while strolling Main Street is like icing on the cake. It’s an uncommon but welcomed treat. Park City is so refreshingly different from most of Utah, and the Park Silly Market is a perfect example.

A perfect date night in Historic Park City consists of:
We enjoy going to the monthly Gallery Stroll then having a nice dinner at one of our favorite restaurants on Main Street. It’s nice to see all the diverse, high-quality artwork available to purchase in the galleries in Old Town. We get to meet the artists and find out what inspired them to make the various pieces, and we also meet other locals and visitors who appreciate art. Afterwards we go enjoy the excellent choices Park City offers for dining: fresh local trout, delicious filet mignon, sushi, salads and more.