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Found 3 blog entries for September 2021.

Ready for some GOOD news? Big Dipper is coming to the top of Main Street in late October!

They feature a menu of modern French Dip-style sandwiches — i.e. really GOOD sandwiches. And they have fun quirky names like Seoul-ed Out, She’s Shrimp-ly Irresistible, and Saigon in Sixty Seconds — I

The sandwiches range from a slow roasted beef sandwich with rosemary au jus to a crispy rock shrimp po’boy with clam “chowder”. Each dip is so delicious it can be enjoyed solo, and you’ll even have the option to upgrade your dip to a 12oz bowl of soup. You’ll want to - trust me.

There will also be creative salads, sides (like super duper loaded tater tots), and a kids menu. The two floors above the restaurant will be the Star Bar (21+), where you…

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Park City gets excited about Halloween

As the ghosts and ghouls FINALLY shake off the grave dust, Park City is ready for the spookiest day of the year. Look no further for the frightfully perfect Halloween in Park City—we’ve rounded up some of the best October amusements to keep you busy until All Hallows’ Eve arrives.


One of Park City’s most popular Halloween attractions, the Howl-O-Ween dog parade is an annual event dedicated to man’s best friend. Revelers come from all over Park City and beyond with their canine companions dressed in all manner of wacky, whimsical, or spooky costumes. Main Street becomes a fashion runway for four-legged friends as the heart of…

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The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA), a membership organization comprised of merchants within Park City’s Historic business district, unveils a new weekly art event, Chalk of the Town. Temporary installations of dynamic, life-sized chalk art will be revealed each Sunday in September along upper Main Street to coincide with Car-Free Sundays and a full afternoon lineup of live entertainment from Noon – 3:00 p.m.


“The Historic Park City Alliance encourages locals and visitors to explore all upper Main Street has to offer,” explains Ginger Wicks, Executive Director of the Historic Park City Alliance. “The combination of chalk art installations, live music…

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