Downtown Park City

Our trip to Utah a couple of weeks ago was quick but we did find time to venture off our resort in the evenings to Downtown Park City and it was just as charming as a mountain town can be. Park City is a short 7-10 minute car ride down the mountain from our hotel in Deer Valley, but the two could not be more different. Deer Valley was quiet and relaxing with it’s beautiful views of the mountains and the cozy corners by the fire. Main Street in Park City was vibrant and full of life!

Waketon Road - Park CitySince we arrived later in the day on Thursday and left no time for skiing, we settled in to our room and then took the shuttle down to explore Downtown. We got there early evening which I recommend. Restaurants can run out of tables quickly and the shops and bars have people spilling out onto the sidewalk into the late hours.

Waketon Road - Park City

We ate at 501 on Main our first night and then Cafe Terigo the last night. They are both amazing and I am still dreaming about the cheese plate at Cafe Terigo.

Waketon Road - Park City

I brought several scarves with me on the trip but always seemed to go back to grabbing this blanket scarf. It was an added bonus that I matched the Downtown area perfectly! I found mine at Zara a year ago but Chicwish also has one for a better price.

Waketon Road - Park CityThis J.Crew coat is one of my all time favorite purchases. It is warm, classic and gray… and currently on sale here. Another similar style here.

Waketon Road - Park City

Every building downtown has such amazing charm and to be nestled in the mountains made it feel like we were walking around a movie set.

Thank you for reading and Happy Sunday! xo Bryn

Outfit Details:

J.Crew Coat, Chicwish Scarf, Hunter Boots, Michael Kors Miranda Tote (similar), (mini version here)

2 thoughts on “Downtown Park City

  1. Anna

    Love your scarf. These pictures are gorgeous. Such a beautiful place.
    Fash Boulevard

  2. Mara

    aw how fun! I want to go here one day 🙂

    Mara
    M Loves M

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