“Lower Main Street” is evolving.
New management is bringing a new perspective to the entrance to Main Street. In January 2012, David Harries, along with Chuck and Helene Lloyd took over operations, and with their investment came a new vision for the area. “Our location, at the entrance to Main Street, is near the trail systems, hosts a variety of cuisine, shops and art, and offers a great pedestrian gathering spot for Main Streeters to enjoy!” Harries notes. This new leadership is a part of the town and community. For this reason, they are taking a conscientious approach to their management.
Their mission? To bring unique and exciting opportunities to Main Street. And they’re succeeding. Kathy Crosson’s women’s clothing shop, Panache, opened its Main Street doors in 2012. Her collection of Brunello Cucinello, Diane von Furstenberg, and Haute Hippie lines (to name a few) will satisfy any fashionista. Nicky Lecher’s The Paint Mixer presents a fun and experiential opportunity to simultaneously learn about wine and painting (you can even take home your own work of art at the end of class)! Harries’ own Vinto continues to impress with its multitude of awards, seasonal Italian cooking, and wood- fired pizzas.
Whether you’re in the mood for coffee, art, or a fine steak dinner, the shops, restaurants, and galleries at the Entrance to Main Street await!
Discover some of Park City’s finest businesses.
ATTICUS COOKSTORE | BUONA VITA | CODA GALLERY | DOOLANS SPORTS BAR & GRILL | MUSTANG | OISHI | PANACHE | PARK CITY SPORTS | PRIME STEAKHOUSE | PRUDENTIAL REAL ESTATE | REEF’S | REYES ADOBE | THE PAINT MIXER | VINTO