“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change -” ― Heraclitus
We’ve certainly shared this quote with you before, and I’m confident we’ll share it again. It’s just so true both in life and on Park City’s Historic Main Street. It seems like every time we walk the street we find a new shop to explore or a few shops that have partnered together. It’s been a while since we shared some of the more recent changes on the street, so we thought we better make sure you are up to speed.
Disclaimer: This list is not comprehensive, there are always changes happening on the street! The best way to keep up to date is to stroll yourself. You never know when or where you’ll find your new favorite.
The theme for this edition of Movers and Shakers is MEN. It seems menswear and men’s grooming are making some noise on Historic Main Street.
Historic Park City has always been a little light on menswear on the street. Monroe Mens by Cake has recently opened at 511 Main Street to help fill the void. We stopped in Monroe Mens to take a quick peek and are happy to report it meets every expectation! Mountain men need stylish apparel without having to drive to Salt Lake City or shop exclusively online. We’d like to send a huge thank you to Cake for helping our men find fashionable mountain appropriate clothing that is a little less rustic. We highly recommend stopping in and picking something up for yourself or a special guy in your life.
Longtime favorite, Park City Clothing Company, has recently moved a few doors up to partner with Southwestern Indian Traders. Park City Clothing Company is Park City’s go-to for Pendleton and Filson along with a collection of other brands. They consider their offerings rugged elegance, and we couldn’t agree more. We love the combination of fashion and function for both men and women at Park City Clothing Company. The partnership between Park City Clothing Company and Southwestern Indian Traders allows customers to browse apparel and accessories with fine jewelry and souvenirs in one location.
Only a few short years ago, Park City’s offerings for men specific grooming were limited (non-existent). Billy the Barber changed that when he opened inside Prospect at 509 Main Street. Apparently, Billy brought light to the street that Park City men need places for a cut and a shave. Recently, two new barbers have joined the street.
Barbarian Barbering Co. located at 352 Main Street #D or brings a feminine touch to a traditionally male-dominated industry with two lady barbers running the shop. Barbarian Barbering Co is open by appointment or walk-in Monday thru Friday 10:00 - 6:30 Saturday 10:00 - 5:00.
City Barbers got their start in Salt Lake City and recently expanded to their current 199 Heber Avenue location. City Barbers is all about creating the best experience for our customers, walk-ins, and drop-ins available.
And For the Ladies
We were incredibly excited to notice Rose & Water pop up on our Instagram feed. Rose & Water is located above the Park City Mercantile, which is a win-win. It is impossible to leave the Mercantile without something you can’t live without, and it is necessary to get your hair cut and colored and your lashes and brows maintained.
As we type, there are more changes taking shape on the street. We can’t wait to meet our new neighbors, and we invite you up to explore old favorites and to get to know newcomers to the street.