Top Picks for Apres Ski in Park City

Posted by Heather Peterson on Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 at 3:01pm.

Veuve Clicquot yurt at Deer Valley

After an exhilarating day on the slopes, you may be in the mood to belly up to a bar or find a quality venue where ski pants are the normal dress code. Park City is home to two ski resorts – Deer Valley and Park City Mountain – both of which have several ski-in/ski-out eateries. These are always a great choice, but don’t miss out on exploring the vibrant, local scene along Main Street with popular options like No Name Saloon and The Spur Bar & Grill.

High West Saloon

This hip and trendy saloon on Park Avenue near the Town Lift is the world’s only ski-in, ski-out distillery. With a plethora of cocktail options, like Dead Man’s Boots made from rye whisky, tequila and ginger beer to the equally delicious menu items like deviled eggs and bison burgers, you will earn bragging rights for having visited this renowned, Western-style saloon whose award-winning whiskey products are now distributed around the world.


For an authentic European chalet-style experience, head to the Goldener Hirsch Inn. Located in Deer Valley's Silver Lake Village, "The Hirsch," as locals call it, has the absolute best fondue in town. And the pretzel is tough to beat. Grab some friends, order some European beers and unwind from your ski'll feel like you've been instantly transported to Austria. Your amazing apres ski experience may have you desiring one of The Goldener Hirsch Residences, which is our listing at this world-class hotel. Forty contemporary residences, featuring studio to four-bedroom floorplans, are now being offered for the ultimate, luxurious Deer Valley lifestyle. Learn more at

St. Regis and Montage Resorts in Deer Valley

The St. Regis offers a truly authentic ski-in/ski-out experience. There is a free hot chocolate bar every day from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. for all to enjoy. At 5:30 p.m., guests can witness the champagne sabering tradition on the terrace set to a gorgeous backdrop.

The Montage is also surrounded by the beautiful picturesque mountainside that calls to the skier. Inside the hotel are many award-winning restaurants for you to enjoy a beverage and a bite, and even a bowling alley if you still have the energy to take in a game. Outside, located at the bottom of Empire Mountain is the Après lounge, a bright yellow yurt at combines cozy with luxury. Lounge on fur-lined sofas while sipping Veuve Clicquot Champagne and snacking on tuna tartare.

Park City Mountain

Maintaining the treasured aspects of ski culture is something that Park City does very well and its namesake resort is no exception. Legends Bar and Grill, located at the Park City Mountain Base Area, is a family-friendly gastropub that welcomes those looking to top off a satisfying day on the slopes. With an upscale menu and a full bar, it’s a great place to unwind and share stories from the day’s adventures.

The Farm in the Canyons Village area, across from the base of the Red Pine gondola, serves an innovative menu with a focus on American cuisine. A warm, welcoming lounge is the perfect gathering space in this rustic restaurant that features an extensive wine selection as well.

Red Tail Grill, located in Canyons Village of the Grand Summit Hotel, is a tap house with a view. Serving traditional tap house cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the large outdoor deck is an inviting space to sip on a specialty cocktail and take in the extraordinary view.

The casual feel of the Umbrella Bar may just be the ticket after a long day. Beer, burgers and great sandwiches are always a welcome sight when you want to just relax and recharge after a day making fresh tracks in the best powder around.

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