This past weekend, one of my really good friend’s got married in Park City, Utah. Her and her now husband (!!!) so graciously invited their friends and family out to the mountains to watch them get married and celebrate their lives together. SO not only did I get to explore a state I’ve never been to before, but I also got to be surrounded by love, friendship, and laughter. I’d say it was a pretty good vacation.
I’ll let the pictures say the rest:
I couldn’t possibly take pictures of everything but that was our trip in a nutshell! There was lots of outdoor time- skiing, snowshoeing, hiking- and fun indoor activities- bowling, seeing Zootopia, exploring shops in Park City, and finding ALL the Whole Foods. There were so so so many laughs and good memories made.
Trips like this are always a whirlwind and now I’m trying to readjust from living on mountain time.
Restaurants I’d recommend (all in Park City unless otherwise noted):
El Chubasco– cheap but good Mexican, good bang for your buck.
High West Distillery– known for their alcohol, but they also have killer food. Get their brussels- doooo it!
Wasatch Brew Pub- We didn’t eat dinner here per se- but the rehearsal dinner was here! The place was wicked cool inside and the snacky bar food we had was good. I took a peak at the menu before leaving and their regular food looked bomb! I wish I had gotten to eat an entree there! They have a lot of unique beer flavors like apricot and jalapeno.
Atticus– Coffee/tea cafe and shop. They use these awesome reusable filter cups where you can re-steep whatever tea you get with water from home in the cup.
Blind Dog– looks like it would be a big chain restaurant type of place- but they had live music, fresh sushi, really good food and dishes that were so well curated, and a yummy drink menu.
Spitz– (in Salt Lake) fast casual mediterranean style street food- very comfort food feeling- perfect for the rainy day that we went there!
Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen– (in Salt Lake) food for the health conscious- super fresh, homemade, ethical, light but filling, and delightful.
The Rose Establishment– (in Salt Lake) coffee shop that also makes food (Will got a PB&J and our friend got avocado toast)- very local, small town vibe, trendy, so pretty (both the interior space and the plating of the food), and almost too cool for me.
Whole Foods Market Trolley Square- (in Salt Lake) this was the best Whole Foods we visited of the three we went to. It was big, not super crowded, and had everything I needed. We stopped here after flying in to pick up some groceries and from those, I made most of my breakfasts on the trip. We went to a few other WFMs for other cheap but healthy meals on the go.