Toddies & Tidbits – Finding Your Favorite Park City Drinks

350 MAIN
Hot food and a comfortable atmosphere make 350 Main an excellent choice to wind down after a day on the slopes. Find your favorite beer on tap or try a creative cocktail creation.
What to order: Alpine Distilling Ange Vert Flamed Raclette
This unique plate is created with Raclette cheese, Ange Vert, and is served with a side of cornichons, caperberries, peppadews, pickled okras, and Asian pears and a large green salad.
What to drink: Barrel Roll
Strong stirred cocktail featuring house Golden Rule Rye, Alpine Ange Vert, Cognac, Demerara Syrup, Peychaud’s Bitters and Orinoco Bitters.
“This is a boozy play on a Sazerac filled with herbaceous aromas and is deceptively smooth going down.” Definitely a drink to warm you up from the inside.

You can’t help but feel the luck of the Irish in this Irish pub inspired eatery. They may not serve green beer but there are plenty of other Irish menu options to get “jiggy” with.
What to order: Reuben Rolls
Similar to the sandwich, but fried to a golden brown with a pastry exterior. Inside you will find the classic fixings, corned beef, swiss cheese and sauerkraut. Dip to your hearts delight in the house made thousand island.
What to drink: Irish Coffee
Brewed coffee with Bailey’s and Tullamore Dew, topped off with a generous amount of whipped cream. Perfect for a pick-me-up.

Located near some of best skiing in the state, Heber Valley Brewing continues to make fine beer that is ideal for pre-skiing escapades or après ski jaunts. Th e small establishment is furnished with metals and woods, making it comfortable for ski clothes if that is your attire of the day.
What to order: People go to Heber Valley Brewing for the craft beer and that’s the way owners Clint Jones and Greg Poirier like it. But if you happen to need a bite, order the meat and cheese tray with local Heber Valley artisan cheeses.
What to drink: Heberveza
This unique brew has a defi nite Mexican undertone, it’s light and pairs well with anything on the menu or makes a great sipper alone. It has that ‘this tastes familiar’ appeal, but with its own unique twist.

Known for the casual atmosphere and fun spin on American cuisines, a visit to Spin Cafe is a lot like visiting a friend’s home. The atmosphere is one of warmth, complete with a fireplace that gives you the sense you could linger for a while.
What to order: Japanese Roulette
Shishito peppers rolled in their 7-flavor spice and Redmond Real Salt and then flash-charred. Served with a yogurt tahini sauce to cool things down a bit.
What to drink: Bee Sting
This gin and tonic with a spin translate well into colder months. Beehive Jack Rabbit Gin, a splash of Midori melon liqueur and orange juice topped off with tonic.

This pleasant eatery has a comfy feel from the moment you enter and is later enhanced by the staff, ambiance and its food and drink offerings.
What to order: Hearth Roasted Bacon Wrapped Dates
Because, why not? These tasty morsels are bite-size dates wrapped in bacon with a layer of bleu cheese moussé, a drizzle of balsamic and a delightful crunch of toasted hazelnut to finish them off.
What to drink: Rosemary Gimlet
Alpine Summit Gin, Elderflower Liqueur, lime and fresh rosemary.
There is something about that sprig of rosemary that brings all the seasons together in the glass.

Be sure to spend some quality time in No Name Saloon, there is so much to take in. From floor to ceiling the space is filled with nostalgic relics, buffalo taxidermy, suspended motorcycles and so much more.
What to order: Buffalo Burger
You will see many “buffalo” items on the menu, but only the ½ pound 100% pure buffalo meat is the real deal. Try the saloon burger with all the fixins, just have a few napkins handy.
What to drink: Alpine Hot Toddy
Alpine Distillery spiced whiskey, lemon, honey and hot water. For no other reason than its just darn good and pairs well with everything.

The perfect joint to relax with your friends, eat some delicious foods and wash them down with a great draft beer, wine or cocktail. Sometimes it is just that simple.
What to order: Ahi Poke Tower
Ahi tuna, avocado, cucumber, tobiko and all the sauce and crunchy bits you need in a poke bowl. A healthy alternative indeed.
What to drink: Campfire Old Fashioned
Larceny bourbon, Espolòn Reposado tequila, rosemary-cinnamon simple syrup and 18.21 barrel-aged bitters make up this satisfying, and warming cocktail.

Step into one of the most eclectic styled restaurants in Park City and enjoy some of the best craft cocktails and Asian fusion dishes this side of the slopes. Your eye will be drawn to the 3D metal Chinese dragon making its way from table to table along the back wall.
Then take a gander from a different perspective where you’ll find nostalgic details like metal skis and roller skates. (Pro tip: make a trip to the ladies room for a view of a very iconic photo from 1972).
What to order: Steamed Bao Buns with BBQ Pork Belly
Order a few if you have more than two people because no one can eat just one. The light, airy bun is complimented with sweet chili and Asian slaw atop the perfectly prepared pork belly.
What to drink: Ginger Snap
A warming sensation from the fresh ginger is prefect for après ski, as is the bit of spice on a stick from the candied ginger garnish.

SOURCEAmber Qalagari
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