Park City Gets Silly Every Sunday

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One of Park City’s favorite summertime events, Park Silly, is put on every Sunday (with a few exceptions). The lower half of Historic Main Street is closed down from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and food and beverage vendors, artists and shops take over. The market brings tourists and locals together each week to enjoy our beautiful mountain town. If you haven’t checked it out already, head down this coming Sunday to find out what it’s all about.

There are food vendors dispersed throughout the market, but the majority of them are lined up together by the live music and beverage tent. Some of our personal favorites are Freshie’s Lobster Co. for their award-winning lobster rolls and Este Pizzaria‘s New York-style slices for a quick bite you can take on the go with you.

Don’t miss the customizable bloody mary at the beverage tent. They have all the toppings you could ever want!

Further up the street by the post office is the farmers market, where you will find baked goods from Auntie Em’s and Volker’s Bakery, fresh produce from Tagge’s Famous Fruit & Veggie Farms, Paizlee’s Grass Fed Beef, locally made cheese from Park City Creamery and more.

If you’re looking to take something home from Park Silly, we highly recommend a knife or two from New West KnifeWorks. Hand-crafted with powder metal steel, these knives are the perfect souvenir to remember your time in Park City.


According to Malia, one of the friendly and knowledgeable staff members at New West KnifeWorks, “Being part of Park Silly lets us get to know our neighbors and community.” Head out this Sunday to see what it’s all about.

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Aliza is the person who has the menu memorized before walking through the door of any restaurant. Her favorite necklace says, "Feed Me". Lover of all things food, she's been working in restaurants for the past 16 years and attended the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC for Culinary Management. Her passion for the outdoors brought her to Park City from NYC and she's never looked back!

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