Utah Liquor Laws
Alcohol is served in restaurants and bars. Children may be present in a dining establishment, but noone under 21 is allowed in a bar. Thankfully, in July of 2009, Utah’s liquor laws were modified to eliminate the previous requirement to be part of a private club and have a membership to order a drink in a restaurant or bar.
For alcohol purchases, you are able to buy 3.2% beer in grocery and convenience stores. Liquor, wines, and stronger beers can be purchased at a state liquor store.
Park City Liquor Stores
Utah has a system of state liquor stores. The largest one in the Park City area is in front of Fresh Market, just off Hwy 224 (Park Avenue) and Kearns Blvd. There is also a liquor store out at Kimball Junction.
Snowcreek Drive Liquor Store