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Grocery and Liquor Stores between SLC & Park City

post #1 of 11
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I am headed to Utah April 6-13 with a couple of friends.  We are staying in Park City and will need to stock the condo with food and adult beverages.  Any reccomendations between the airport and ski resort?

post #2 of 11

The Market has best prices at PCM. And there is a liquor store(forget name) across the parking lot which also was good with a good selection of microbrews. Albertson's is also in town. No need to get groceries btw the airport and there, IMO.

post #3 of 11
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Thanks.  Its been 11 years since I spent enough time in Park City to think about grocery shopping and I couldn't remember how the prices were in town.

post #4 of 11

Sure thing!

post #5 of 11

It's a few minutes out of your way to PC from the airport, but you could do much worse than heading to the corner of Fort Union and Highland (6900S & 2000E - Exit 8 on I-215)  You'll find a Whole Foods, a state liquor store, and Canyon Sports where you can stock up on discount lift tickets which are not available in PC itself.  There's a discount grocery store there as well but I forget the name.

post #6 of 11

What's awesome is that the free bus at PC has a stop at the grocery store. PC's one of the easiest places to get around that I've ever visited...no car necessary.

post #7 of 11

You might already be set on lift tix but just in case:

 

  discount tickets can be had in salt lake but NOT in park city (even at the same stores that sell them in Salt Lake)

post #8 of 11
Thread Starter 

We bought some tickets through Liftopia already.  We got 3 day ticket for Snowbird for $43.  We were going to buy 3 days for Park City as well.  I think they are $147 but if they happen to be cheaper somewhere else that would be even better.  I am pretty excited at the idea of get six and a half days of skiing for under $200.

post #9 of 11
Thread Starter 

I have some friends that are headed out on Sunday and they were wondering if the liquor strore(s) were open then or if they would have to wait until Monday to stock up for the week?

post #10 of 11

Liquor stores closed on Sunday. There is beer available in grocery stores. 3.2 I believe. I think you can buy on sunday.

post #11 of 11

If you are coming in late Smiths in Kimball junction might be open later than the Market. Sells (3.2) beer.

 

Useta love the market when it was Dave's. Now not so much. Prepared foods less appealing.

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