Where to Stay and Drink in Park City, Utah

Now that Utah has relaxed its stringent liquor laws, Park City is becoming a much more fun place to drink and eat.
David Perkins's ski-up distillery and saloon makes artisanal whiskeys and vodkas.
David Perkins's ski-up distillery and saloon. Photo courtesy of High West Distillery.

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Where to Stay

Dakota Mountain Lodge

This new Waldorf Astoria hotel at The Canyons features an outpost of top San Francisco restaurant Spruce.

St. Regis Deer Crest

At this luxe new Deer Valley resort, superchef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's J&G Grill has a phenomenal wine list.

Where to Drink

Bar Boheme

Great French wines served in the old Utah Coal and Lumber Building.

Glitretind Restaurant

At Stein Eriksen Lodge, sommelier Cara Schwindt's 10,000-bottle wine cellar is the best in town.

High West Distillery & Saloon

A ski-in, ski-out distillery producing artisanal rye whiskeys and oat-based vodkas.

Wasatch

Park City's first brewery since Prohibition pours craft beers with cheeky names like Polygamy Porter.

PUBLISHED February 2010

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