Deck Dining: Two Brew Pubs With A View


Today, our deck dining features two sister brewpubs that are Park City icons, Wasatch Brew Pub and Squatter’s Roadhouse Grill. Located at the very top of Main Street, a stop at Wasatch Brew Pub is the perfect reward for the uphill Main Street stroll. Wasatch was the very first brewery in Utah —and one of the first craft brewers in all of the U.S. — brewing award-winning brews since 1986. Stop in for a frosty brew with names such as Polygamy Porter, Devastator Double Bock, and Ghost Rider White IPA. The deck is fully covered and dog friendly (with a few posted “Rules For Good Dogs and Their Humans”).

Squatters Roadhouse Grill is located off Park Avenue and Kearns Blvd. in the old Mt. Air Cafe building. The third in a line of five restaurants, the Park City location opened in 2006. Brewing fine beers since 1989, you will find a frosty pulls with unique names such as Hops Rising IPA, Full Suspension Pale Ale, and Chasing Tail Golden Ale.

Both restaurants boast traditional pub fare but often with a twist. Squatters has a unique ahi spring roll salad with Orca Bay yellowfin tuna spring rolls, flash-fried and served over shredded red cabbage and arugula with pickled ginger, wasabi aioli and soy ginger vinaigrette. Wasatch features Bangers and Mash. Bratwurst with collard greens, bacon lardons, mashed potatoes and gravy.

Squatters serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Wasatch Brew Pub serves lunch and dinner daily.


If you don’t stop in for a satisfying meal, to stop by and try one of their seasonal beers. Currently, both locations are featuring the Blueberry Hefeweizen, Juicy blueberry meets melted wheat for a fun, light and balanced take on a fruited wheat hefeweizen. Featured in the can and on tap.

Don’t miss visiting one or both of these local brew pubs, you tastebuds won’t be disappointed!




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Eat, ride, sleep, rinse, repeat. That is Meghan's motto. If you don't spy her at a local Park City restaurant photographing, eating then blogging about an amazing local eatery, you will find her horsing around with her little Mustang pony Napoleon and black lab Dakota. A 30 year local, Meghan loves to follow the ever-evolving epicurean culture of Park City and the surrounding areas.

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