About Ski Town Restaurants

Park City Liquor Laws

Despite what you may have heard, it is not difficult to get a drink in Park City. Almost every restaurant in town serves alcohol, and there are more bars per capita than anywhere else in the state of Utah. From après ski bars, to local breweries, to award winning wine lists, Park City is a great place to find your favorite new place to enjoy a drink.


Restaurants with a liquor license can serve wine, full strength beer, and liquor as long as you have the intent to order food. Restaurants with a beer license can only serve 3.2% beer.


As of July 1st 2011, there are no more private clubs in Utah! Bars can serve liquor, wine, and full strength beer from 10am until 1am. Visitors must be 21 or older to enter. Barcode scanners are used to validate ID's.

Grocery/Convenience Stores

Grocery and convenience stores can sell 3.2% beer Monday – Saturday. Different stores have different hours, but the 7-11 at the corner of Park Avenue and Deer Valley Drive can sell beer 24 hours a day. Utah also measures alcohol by weight, and not by volume like the rest of the country. This means Utah beer is closer to 4.0% alcohol by volume.

Liquor Stores

There are three State Liquor Stores in Park City. These stores are closed on Sunday and on observed holidays.

1550 Snow Creek Drive, across from Park City Market
The largest liquor store in Park City with one of the best wine selections in Utah. 
Hours are 10am-10pm Mon - Sat. 

460 Swede Alley, next to Main Street by the parking garages
Hours are 11am-10pm. Mon. - Sat. 

Kimball Plaza at Kimball Junction, behind Wendy's
Hours are 11am-7pm. Mon. - Sat.