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2346 Park Avenue, Park City
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In Utah, it’s actually illegal for alcohol to get discounted at Happy Hour (it’s a bummer, we know). But at this Italian restaurant within the Park City Peaks Hotel, you can get half off appetizers and pizzas from 4-5pm, which does line up well with the end of a ski day. Individual wood-fired pizzas and easy-to-split appetizers, like shishito peppers and spinach artichoke dip, make Versante great for groups. We like the Spiro pizza (named after a popular mountain bike trail nearby), topped with prosciutto, roasted pistachios, baby arugula, and truffle honey. Versante is one of Park City’s best summer dining options, thanks to its expansive, grassy patio with picnic tables and lawn games, although winter is almost as fun with an ice-skating rink and fire pits in the same location.

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