3 Places to Go in Park City, Utah This September

Alison CutlerSeptember 1, 2020
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This mountaintop town has a new bistro, lodge and quarantine-friendly frivolity.

Courchevel Bistro
Named after Park City’s sister city in the French Alps, this bistro emerged out of the pandemic to bring Park City French cuisine and has already been named one of the Top 20 New Restaurants in the World by CNN Travel. Executive chef Clement Gelas, originally from Boëge, France, turns out dishes like Arctic char bouillabaisse and Dover sole.

The Lodge at Blue Sky
This newly opened luxury resort is surrounded by areas to fish, hike and take in the scenery, as well as a ski lodge, horse therapy events and yoga. The lodge combines adventure and elegance to make it a fit for adrenaline junkies or anyone who wants to curl up on the balcony to take in some incredible views.

Escape Room Park City: Detective Series
For restless souls trying to figure out how to escape their own house during the pandemic, Escape Room Park City invented a unique way to keep occupied. The Detective Series serves as a to-go escape room experience with puzzles, mysteries and excitement packed into the box. This innovative new way to experience the Park City Escape Room – at home – is fun for the whole family.


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