Park City Trip Recap

Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend. We spent a lot of time at home, which is just what we all needed! Today I wanted to recap EVERYTHING about our Park City Trip! Our outfits, where we ate and stayed!

*Side Note- We did not ski while we were in town because Drew was unable to make the trip with us due to work. I didn’t want to take Olivia on the slopes for her first time without him, SO we are planning another trip to the mountains at the end of the year. 

Montage Deer Valley– The Montage property is absolutely GORGEOUS! The hotel is a ski in/ ski out and is also home to the largest spa in Utah. I was blown away with this beautiful hotel and the staff was incredibly nice as well.  They also have the cutest s’more set up at night for their guests. The resort is about a 10 minute drive from Main street.

Stein Eriksen Lodge– Another gorgeous property in Deer Valley. This is an authentic European ski in and ski out lodge with Utah’s only 5 star spa. The rooms are spacious, inviting and make you feel right at home. This hotel is also about a 10 min drive from Main Street.

Hyatt Park Centric- This hotel is located about a 5 min drive from Main Street at the resort level. The rooms are spacious, with fireplaces and some rooms have balconies overlooking the mountain. This is also a ski in / ski out hotel and great for families.

Fletcher’s– One of our favorite meals from the trip! Olivia even talked about their kids homemade Mac & Cheese numerous times during our stay! Everything from the appetizers to their famous butter cake was outstanding!  Reservations are recommended

Fireside Dining– Definitely the most pricy meal of our trip. This restaurant is located next to the Montage and is a really wonderful experience.  The meal is prefixed at $70 an adult and $37 for children 12 and under. There are 4 courses and each course is prepared fireside. They also offer a 10-15 min sleigh ride right outside the restaurant for $40.  Our favorite courses were by far the first cheese course and the homemade dessert fondues. Reservations are required. 

High West Distillery– This was the most recommended places during our trip! We ate here for lunch and it was delicious. We had the grilled cheese and french onion soup, which was out of this world good. If you We did not need Reservations

Vinto– This pizzeria is located on main street and a great lunch spot. We had the florentine pizza and the ingredients were fresh and delicious. They also have amazing homemade gelato! Reservations not needed

Seafood Buffet at Silver Creek Lodge Deer Valley– This came HIGHLY recommended to us, but my mother is not much of a seafood eater so we passed. This will be at the top of my list on our next visit! Reservations are recommended 

Stein Lodge Brunch– another popular spot and it did not disappoint. I could probably eat brunch for every single meal!  Reservations are recommended. 

Other Notables– Tupelo, Chimayo, Harvest and Firewood



ON TARA: TOP Topshop (similar) | PANTS Topshop | BOOTS Moon Boots | JACKET Bernardo c/o

ON OLIVIA: VEST Zella | PANTS H&M | TOP Dillards | BOOTS Moon Boots | EARMUFFS Gymboree

ON OLIVIA: COAT Northface | VEST Macys | TOP H&M | LEGGINGS Target |BOOTS Moon Boots| HAT Gymboree (similar)

ON TARA: TUNIC Free People | SCARF Free People | LEGGINGS Spanx | BOOTS Sorel

ON TARA: JACKET Asos | Top Free People | LEGGINGS Spanx | BOOTS Sorel

ON TARA: DRESS Abercrombie and Fitch | CARDIGAN BP | BOOTS Stuart Weitzman | HAT Free People

ON TARA: SWEATER H&M | JEANS AG | BOOTS Sam Edelman | HAT Free People



Pink Faux Fur in Park City

Cozy in Park City

Mommy and Me Sorel Boots



If you are planning to go to Park City, let me know in the comments! I will be going back with some girlfriends later this year and I can’t wait to see the town in all its fall glory 🙂

Have a great day xoxo Tara




6 thoughts on “Park City Trip Recap

  1. TAMMY

    Wow. Looks like you girls had a great trip and fashionable trip too. The mountains there look beautiful. How was the temperature. 30 to 40F in the day and 5-10F at night. My last trip there was 1999. I see that there is even more to do there now. I don’t ski but I do love the to bobsled.

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