Park City Restaurants Deliver Cozy Drink Alternatives to Coffee

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Coffee is the go-to morning beverage for many, but it might be nice to cozy up to something different every now and then. If you’re looking to try something new, consider swapping your espresso for a matcha latte or your mocha for hot chocolate. Many spots in Park City, like the five below,  carry coffee alternatives that will still wake you up.

Harvest

Matcha latte

Start your day right by giving Harvest’s matcha tea latte a try. Matcha gives you an energy boost without the crash you often experience after a strong cup of coffee. The matcha latte is a surprisingly perfect marriage of tea and creamy milk.

Deer Valley Cafe and Grocery

Chai latte

On your way to Deer Valley, stop by the Deer Valley Cafe and Grocery to grab a chai tea latte to-go to fuel your day on the slopes. The ingredients in chai are very warming and have a multitude of healthy and healing properties, which makes it a perfect winter tonic.

Five5eeds

Beetroot latte

Over at Five5eeds, you’ll find their millennial pink beetroot latte frothed and ready to sip. Don’t let the name fool you, even though this latte is made from beetroot, it is sweet, creamy and loaded with Vitamin C and potassium, so you’ll be feeling good from your head to your feet.

Ritual Chocolate

Hot chocolate

As the chilly weather continues to drift in, surrounding our beautiful Park City mountains with a blanket of the white stuff, the folks at Ritual Chocolate have been diligently prepping for their favorite season: hot chocolate season. Whether you need a pick-me-up on a cold morning or a reward after a long day playing in the snow, their hot chocolate will keep you warm all winter.

Park City Provisions

Golden Mylk Latte

If you need an energy boost, head over to Park City Provisions for some liquid sunshine. Their Golden Mylk Latte is a cozy delicious alternative to plain coffee or lattes, that is packed with all kinds of health benefits that you get from ingredients like turmeric, cinnamon, honey, black pepper, ginger, coconut oil and almond milk.

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Rachel Friedman Elberts is a personal trainer and health coach for the pursuit of fitness & movement in the outdoors based in Park City, Utah. Check her out at www.stokecoach.com. She was born and raised in New York City, but was called West by the Mountains. She's worked in the Outdoor Industry for the past 8 years and has found a deep love for connecting people, building relationships, and connecting more deeply with nature. You can probably find her either being active in the outdoors hiking, backpacking, playing tennis, golf, on her SUP, Snowboard, Mountain Bike, or taking pictures, being creative in the kitchen, discovering new experiences and restaurants in her community and traveling to places near and far that fill her with awe and wonder. Follow her adventures @rachshredgnar on Instagram.

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