Historic Park City is a vibrant destination with more than 200 shops, galleries, and restaurants. As you’d expect, we see businesses come and go throughout the year and from time to time we like to introduce you to some of our newer neighbors. The last time we highlighted our “Movers and Shakers” was in February. Here we are six months later, with a few more spots you should probably check out. Our recent additions to the street seem to be related to a few old favorites, with a new twist on what to expect.
Pando Fine Art Located at 442 Main Street, Pando Fine Art is brought to you by the team at the Old Towne Gallery. With a vision for bringing a visual extravaganza for Park City visitors and its audience, PANDO FINE ART has utilized their relationships developed with fellow painters, sculptors and dealers from Europe and the United States, to bring some of the Nation's finest art and ancient Fossils to Historic Park City. PANDO specializes in Ancient Fossils, as well as today's most popular, established, and up and coming artists; at home and abroad with resources all across the Country.
Park City Mercantile – The team at Prospect has all sorts of fun up their sleeves. Park City Mercantile is just one way they’ve been keeping the fun going this summer. Located at 523 Main Street, the Mercantile takes the same modern approach we see at Prospect but focuses on home goods, décor, and gifts. Do us a favor and stock up on your Christmas shopping now. Your loved ones thank you.
Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters – 509 Main Street is also home to Prospect and Billy’s Barbershop. It’s getting pretty close to a one-stop shop centrally located on Main Street. With the addition of Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters you can grab a coffee, get yourself (or your guy) a fresh cut and grab some new clothing and accessories. These guys understand the value of collaboration, and we happen to love it.
C|2 By Cake – Cake, another longtime favorite, has also opened a new spot on the street. C|2 By Cake has answered the need for cosmetics, lingerie, and loungewear on Main Street. Expect the same quality you’ll find at the original Cake in products carefully selected due to their ability to make you feel wonderful. Learn more about what to expect in this recent Park Record article.
Escape Room Park City – In January, the Washington Post wrote an article about the popularity of Escape Rooms in the US, earlier this summer Park City’s own Escape Room opened. Located at 136 Heber Avenue, Park City’s escape room combines our mining history with this fun way to spend some time working toward a goal with your friends and family.
If you haven’t made it to Main Street in the last several months what are you waiting for? A stroll on the street combined with a leisurely lunch is exactly what you need as summer starts to make its way toward fall.