Our Favorite Park City Cafes

Posted on Wednesday, February 12, 2020.

Great coffee, freshly brewed tea, delectable pastries—it’s no wonder cafes are a neighborhood’s social hubs. With atmospheres as varied and distinct as the refreshments they serve, here are a few of our favorite Park City cafes.  

Park City Coffee Roasters
Run by twin brothers Ray and Rob Hibl, this company has been crafting their coffee locally since 1997. Their cafe in Kimball Junction offers a generous number of vegan and vegetarian options as well as fresh quiches, frittatas and baked goods. Its cozy interior is ideal for quick meals and working on a laptop, and the outdoor patio is popular during warmer months. 

STOKED Roasters
This Main Street coffeehouse is somewhat new to the local scene but has quickly gathered a strong following. The self-described “Official Coffee of the Outdoors,” Stoked’s Signature Series draws inspiration from adrenaline-spiking outdoor activities and includes Dawn Patrol (a medium roast) and First Tracks (a dark, full-bodied blend). Their bright cafe on Main Street menu also offers Single Origin coffees, a Single Origin espresso and an espresso blend.

Java Cow
Come for the coffee, stay for the epic almond croissant. Java Cow on Main Street is a Park City pillar, offering a range of goodies baked in-house—think French macaroons, muffins, cookies and biscotti—as well as fresh-brewed coffees and teas.

Atticus Coffee and Teahouse
Fancy a cup of palate-pleasing tea? Stop by the family-owned and operated Atticus Coffee and Teahouse on lower Main Street. A Park City favorite since 2010, Atticus donates a portion of each sale to local, non-profits. Their menu boasts a large selection of loose leaf tea, which their experts brew to perfection. While you sip, browse the cafe’s collection of books, locally made gifts and decor.



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