Pie and Beer Days Park City
On July 24, 1847, after completing an adventure filled thousand mile exodus, Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley and founded their homeland. Since that day, Utah descendants have celebrated the arrival to “Zion” during Pioneer Days for the week of July 24th.
The state-wide holiday boasts many events and traditions and to some locals has affectionately been renamed “Pie and Beer” Days. In honor of this “secondary” holiday, we wanted to suggest some local places to celebrate Pie and Beer Days in Park City.
At Alpine Pie Bar, located in the lower level of 350 Main, enjoy Alpine Distilling craft cocktails, home baked pie and a casual setting. Open Thursday – Sunday 4 PM to 10 PM. For more information: mountainexpressmagazine.com/events/music-at-the-spur-saturday-night/
New to Main Street, The Brick is delighting locals and visitors with their American Fare Men. Perfect for Pie and Beer Days in Park City, order their Apple Cobble with High West Campfire Ice Cream and a cold Wasatch Ghost Rider IPA. Peruse their full menu at www.thebrickrestaurantandbar.com/.
Auntie Em’s Baked Goods features home-made delicious pies of all flavors. Located with The Market at 1500 Snow Crest Drive, pick up a cold six pack of your favorite brew and enjoy Pie and Beer Days in Park City. For a full list of all her baked goods go to: www.auntieemspc.com/
Take a leisurely drive to Heber City and let Spin Café bake up their Peach Blackberry Cobbler stuffed with luscious peaches and blackberries with a sweet buttermilk top. Be sure to wash it down with a foamy wheat beer to wash it all down. Check out their full menu at www.spincafe.net/.
For the young and the young at heart, celebrate Pie and Beer Days with a frothy root beer and a slice of apple pie at Chick’s Café on Heber’s Main Street. Step back in time at this hometown favorite and order some comfort food to take home. Located at 154 S Main Street.