Park City is a popular getaway destination in all seasons with so much to offer outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers as well as families or couples looking for a romantic retreat. Lodging options are especially unique in Park City with so much more than the typical hotels available for a couple of people to large family gatherings. Those who prefer a rustic mountain cabin can find the perfect place near plenty of skiing and those who are looking for more luxury will find that as well with homes and mansions and upscale condos available for an overnighter or a several weeks stay.
Of course no real stay in Park City is complete without enjoying some of what the local community has to offer. Aside from the obvious options of outdoor enjoyment, there are plenty of quaint and cozy places throughout the area including a handful of coffee shops that no one would want to miss.
Those looking to add a little gourmet to their day will find it at Park City Roasters where coffee beans from around the world are brewed fresh in-house to create a customized cup for every customer. Every taste is suited with a wide variety of specialty flavors and representing nearly every continent. Park City Roasters takes a lot of pride in their product and are careful to make sure every cup is extra fresh and made to remember. Many people do remember their coffee after their visit which is part of the reason why their online sales of specialty blends is so successful.
While staying in Park City you’re sure to make a stop to the Olympic Park and see where many athletes competed for the gold in the winter Olympics. Just inside the Visitor’s Center is a coffee shop called “Hugo’s” which is named after the owner’s rescue dog when he was just a pup. It’s the perfect place to stop in for a sandwich or a delicious pastry while also enjoying highly rated Silver Bean Coffee or hot chocolate and of course, dogs are welcome as well.
No stop to Park City would be complete with at least one visit to “Atticus”. This popular coffee shop provides regular entertainment to go with their breakfast and lunch menu items. At least once a week customers can enjoy live music from local bands as well as from musicians just passing through. Dozens of used books line shelves inside so customers can enjoy a great literary treasure while sipping on one a cup of hot tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
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