No Name Saloon is one of Main Street's many popular hangouts for both locals and tourists. Photo taken by Adam Finkle.

Park City's Main Street was once the heart of a raucous silver town, but nowadays the riches are found in the unique boutiques, restaurants and bars. Here are some of the places we love.

Gallery MAR 
436 Main Street, 435-649-3001,

Gallery MAR is known for its broad range of art, including contemporary pieces and a large free-standing horse sculpture, but the gallery doesn’t typically showcase landscapes. This November, they’re changing that with “Yonder,” a showcase of landscapes by Bridgette Meinhold, Warren Neary and Andrzej Skorut.

Olive and Tweed
608 Main Street, 435-649-9392,

This quaint boutique’s collection of scarves alone can keep you shopping for hours. Once you’re done browsing the clothes and shoes downstairs, head upstairs for an offering of whimsical gifts.

Atticus Coffee, Books and Teahouse
738 Lower Main Street, 435-214-7241,

This hipster coffee shop and bookstore is cluttered, but worthwhile. Grab a cup of Joe, and then move farther in and sort through new and used books. There is even a kids’ nook, where children can relax on tiny sofas and chairs while they peruse the latest picture books.

No Name Saloon and Grill
447 Main Street, 435-649-6667,

Experience Park City like a local in this historic brick building, where something always catches your eye, like the vintage motorcycles and red wagons hanging from the ceiling. Order something from the grill, or just relax with a cold one and buffalo chips at the bar. 

Mountain Body Spa and Herbal Cosmetic Deli
825 Main Street, 800-503-1142,

After a long day on the slopes or hiking trails, relax at this all-natural day spa. Healing minerals, herbs and spices, fruits and vegetables are used to soothe and heal your body. Just pick from a menu of Hungarian green tea facials, massages, waxing and tinting, pedicures and ancient stone therapy. 

WEB EXTRA: Video featuring the shops and people along Main Street, Park City.

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