Chances are if it has been a little bit since you’ve visited Historic Park City, you are going to need to head this way pronto. We have new eats, new sweets (coming soon) and a few more new treats.

  • Tupelo – Located in the former Silver space, Tupelo is the brainchild of Chef Matt Harris of St. Regis fame. Harris, a former southerner, combines his southern roots with local, sustainable cuisine. 
  • Bodega on Main - Filling the Reyes Adobe space, Bodega on Main specializes in modern style Spanish tapas mixing traditional plates with their twist on the classics. They focus on good food, drinks, and service in a relaxed setting.
  • Old Town Cellars Winery located at 890 Main Street. Old Town Cellars is scheduled to open sometime in February. OLD TOWN CELLARS IS A PRIVATE LABEL WINERY ON MAIN STREET. Do we need to say anything else? I guess the Opening Date would help, but stay tuned. We’ll be scoping the scene daily.
  • Peace, Love & Little Donuts located at 738 Main Street. Main Street is getting a little bit sweeter. Seriously, we have a donut shop and a winery opening within weeks of one another. Thank you!

It’s not just sweets and eats that are new to the street. We have fashion, art and outdoor apparel to round out you Main Street fete.

  • The 500 / 600 block of Main Street should consider changing its name to Fashion Alley. With favorites Mary Janes, Olive & Tweed, Farasha, Cake, and Flight having a longtime presence in the area, Habit joins a solid crowd of fashion forward boutiques. Located at 592 Main Street, Habit offers stylish quality. 
  • David Beavis Gallery – David Beavis is an award winning landscape photographer. Following a 20-year dream, Beavis recently opened a gallery on Park City’s Main Street at 314 Main Street.
  • Kuhl – Recently open in the Parkite, Kuhl rounds out a fabulous collection of merchants in one of Main Street’s most significant developments in years. Kuhl’s focus is on the product and only the product as they set out to demonstrate how original ideas lead to creating the best outdoor lifestyle clothing.
  • Park City Motherlode -  This isn’t your grandma’s t-shirt shop. The Motherlode is a t-shirt shop where you get to design your t-shirt (if you’d like.) The Motherlode also ideates and creates Park City themed artwork/designs and prints them on the softest apparel [and posters] that we can find. Check them out at 710 Main Street. 

See what we mean! Main Street has been experiencing a bit of a transformation over the last few years, and the last few months are no different. Give us a visit. We think you’ll like what you find.