A number of Park City’s famed bars, lounges and restaurants that will remain open to the public during the film festival.
Park City’s world famous restaurants will stay open for business when Hollywood comes to town. Even as the Sundance Film Festival takes over much of Historic Park City, you don’t need to be a movie industry insider to get a table at the town’s best bars and restaurants.
More than a dozen bars, restaurants and lounges will stay open to the general public through Sundance, which starts Thursday, Jan. 18, and closes Sunday, Jan. 28. They are operating with normal business hours unless otherwise stated:
Baja Cantina: Locals get 10 percent off plus $3.75 margaritas every day of Sundance
Butcher’s Chop House: Opening one hour earlier and staying open one hour later through Sundance, serving lunch and dinner from 11-a.m. to 1 a.m.
Chimayo: $85 three-course prix fixe
Deer Valley Resort Restaurants, including Seafood Buffet: Fireside Dining will be closed.
Firewood on Main: Open to the public Jan. 18, 23-26 and 28, starting at 5:30 p.m. each night. A credit card will be required to make reservations during Sundance.
Grappa: Offering a $85 three-course prix fixe
Wahso: $85 three-course prix fixe
If you are going to be in Park City, there’s one key to navigating the Festival: use the shuttle (Website – iOS app – Android app)! It’s free and hits every Festival Theatre and Venue. Plus it’s a great way to meet fellow Festivalgoers.
The free shuttles travel frequently between venues. Once you arrive at the Festival, friendly volunteers will be ready to assist you at info booth locations and shuttle stops. Click her for real-time shuttle planning and tracking.