Park City, Utah's Main Street... While it parties hard during the Sundance Film Festival in Winter, it's a sleepy street in July. Do spend hours eating full meals, drinking the brewery's finest, and leisurely walking up and down Main Street.
Do admire all of the uniquely detailed statues scattered about.
Don't cozy up to any during the day. They get hot!
Do try the earthy tastes at Wasatch, especially if you love fruit flavored beer.
Don't worry about a hangover. Beer is restricted to a limit of 4% in Utah!
Do explore the alleyways. We found nothing but Cowboy Saloons and rugged shops down them.
Don't be afraid to follow the crowd. It's a wonderful feeling when you create an outfit based on the previous days observations! S and I had enjoyed a long lunch/dinner the previous day and noticed that every adult woman seemed to be wearing a black dress. Males on the other hand (men and children alike) were sporting neon green shirts.
"How do you know if it's a real 'Banksy'"
Because Park City said so. That's why.
Don't take pictures in the shops without asking!!
Seriously! It's the shop owners ( based on 9 out of 8 shops) biggest pet-peeve! One store had a darling ice cream parlor that we took pictures of and we got yelled at. We immediately starting asking overtime we went into a store. The store keepers would overwhelm us with appreciation and vent about other customers who just "snap away on their phones". We love snapping away, but we also love being respectful.
*We deleted all of the images taken at the store who was upset with us.*
Don't go to Flanagans.
Do go to Rock and Reilly's.
Ok, so we may be a bit biased, but we had such an amazing time at Reilly's we really can't imagine it getting any better. Reilly's opens around 4/5pm and draws way more locals than tourists. In fact, we were the only tourists there that night! The locals were all extremely welcoming and friendly; we had jenga competitions, live music, and they even offered us a free lift to a local concert! The best part was that even the guys working at Flanagans were running over to hang at Reillys before, after, and seemingly during their shift. S and I have never felt so welcomed in a new city (let alone new state!) before!