When the sun sets, head to Main Street Park City to enjoy food, drinks, dancing, and live music.

O.P. Rockwell—named for Orrin Porter Rockwell, a notorious Mormon gunslinger—is nestled into a historic underground space. Th e cocktail lounge and music hall has been renovated to combine modern luxury with its rugged outlaw history.

Open Thursday–Saturday, with music starting at 8:00 pm, O.P. Rockwell’s is, as local Sandra More describes, “Th e place to meet up with friends and listen to great music.” Check in for additional happenings at O.P. Rockwell as they open for nationally touring acts on other days of the week. Th is year the Rockwell Room will host dinner theater and other events. Th e owners are generous with their time and talent and off er events for local nonprofits.

No Name Saloon – No trip to Main Street is complete without a stop at No Name Saloon. Housed in a historic red brick building, No Name is filled with eclectic antiques, games and pub fare. From 10:00 am to 1:00 am daily, guests can enjoy sports on the TVs and the year-round heated rooftop patio.

Flanagan’s Featuring live music in their club, the Underground, Flanagan’s on Main is a local’s favorite and visitor’s must-go-spot. With premium beers, Flanagan’s prides themselves on “pouring the perfect pint.” Don’t forget to order their famous Irish coffee with brown sugar and homemade whipped cream.

The Spur Bar & Grill Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks, Th e Spur Bar and Grill is home to live music every night. Featuring local, regional and national bands, Th e Spur is always lively. With beer and wine on tap along with signature cocktails made from local spirits, guests can dance all night. Now, the Spur features their very own whiskey, too.

Downstairs Downstairs, Park City’s premier dance club combines the comfort of a bar and the ease of a lounge with a performance space. Open Wednesday–Saturday nights, guests will find both local and national DJs filling the intimate space with infectious energy. Wednesday nights, known as “industry night”, is the Saturday night for locals and caters to the local tourism trade. It is a favorite for both locals and visitors.

Butcher’s Chop House Near the bottom of Main Street, across from the Town Lift , is Butcher’s Chop House, a high-end steakhouse with a separate bar area offering late night dining in an intimate setting. The bar at Butcher’s features both small plates and entrees paired with craft drafts and bottled beers. Snuggle into the booths or sidle up to the bar at Butcher’s to finish the evening.