Are you looking for a casual night out in Park City? If you love Pizza and beer, great people, good food, and loads of fun, you’ll love our “Slice of Park City” progressive dinner Adventure. You’ll be spending the evening at Park City’s Historic Main Street and visiting some establishements favored by locals and visitors alike. As an added bonus, A Slice of Park City can be experienced on foot, as each of these establishments are only a few blocks away from each other.
Transportation: If you are driving, there is a free parking lot on Swede Alley a block off Main Street. You may also take the free Park City Bus. The bus will drop you off at the bus station on Suede Alley a block off Main Street. See Maps below. Once you are downtown Park City, you can take the free trolley up and down Main Street.
Red Banjo – 322 Main Street
Main Street Pizza and Noodle – 530 Main Street
Davanza’s – 690 Park Ave.
Doolan’s – 738 Main Street
Here are a few fun facts:
The Red Banjo is one “the” longest running family owned business in Park City. Today grand daughter Tana Toly and her husband who run the business. The Red Banjo specializes in hand tossed traditional Mountain Pizza.
We’ll let you in a little secret; Davanza’s Pizza is a hop skip and a jump away from the town lift, and a local favorite for lunch while skiing PCMR.
Main Street Pizza Noodle touts having a selection of over 40 beer and wine selections from around the world.
Doolan’s is a great place to watch a game. They have high def Tvs and speaker boxes you can bring to your table.