Where to Find Coffee in Park City
A good cup of coffee simply makes life better. It wakes you up in the morning, keeps you going through that 2 o’clock drag, and warms you up on a cold day. In a town where you need to get up early to get to first chair and stay energized through the day, a good cup of joe is important. And there are plenty of places throughout Park City to get a delicious cup. These are a few of our favorite Park City coffee shops:
— On-Main Street —
Atticus Coffee, Books & Teahouse
Part book shop, part coffee shop, this Main Street location is the perfect place to grab a coffee to go or to sit on a couch with your favorite novel to relax for a little. Enjoy a variety of drinks named after famous literary characters, peruse the bookshelves, admire the local art, and enjoy live music, all within the walls of this coffeehouse. Visit the Atticus website.
Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters
Coffee tastes better when it’s mindfully made, which means Pink Elephant Coffee tastes amazing. This small Park City shop sources organic coffee beans from all over the world and roasts them in small batches. In addition, a portion of sales goes to preserving and protecting the open lands throughout the west. This means, every time you drink a cup of coffee, you’re helping save the world, which makes each cup taste pretty dang good. Tip: The shop is on the second floor of 509 Main, and can be a bit hard to find. Visit the Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters website.
Harvest Park City
This Australian-style cafe, which is technically one block off Main, serves up brunch food that is as beautifully presented as it is delicious. The baristas will make you traditional coffee, Australian espresso drinks such as flat whites and long blacks, and they also offer specialty hot beverages like Golden Mylk (turmeric, ginger, coconut milk) and Matcha Tea Lattes. Visit the Harvest Park City website.
— Off-Main Street —
Ritual just doesn’t disappoint. With delicious coffee sourced from small shops across the United States and melt-in-your-mouth chocolate, this coffee shop is a little slice of heaven. The signature drinking chocolate is rich and delicious, and pairs perfectly with Ritual’s next-level pastries. Visit the Ritual Chocolate website.
Opened by a pair of energetic twins in late 2021, Cupla is a welcome addition to the Kimball Junction coffee scene. The space is modern and bright, the coffee is roasted from organic beans, and there’s an almost-overwhelming amount of pastry and food options. Visit the Cupla Coffee website.
Park City Coffee Roasters
With beans roasted on a weekly basis, you’re guaranteed to have a fresh cup of coffee every time you stop by Park City Coffee Roasters. Try their unique specialty drinks including the Spicy Mexican, a mocha with a kick. Visit the Park City Coffee Roaster website.
Known as one of the most dog-friendly restaurants in Park City, Hugo’s is the ideal place to go grab a cup with your pup. Try one of four signature blends in addition to their unique avocado toasts. The one with goat cheese and honey is our favorite. Visit the Hugo Coffee website.
Silver King Coffee Co.
As the one and only drive-thru coffee in Park City, Silver King Coffee Co is the most convenient option for a latte without leaving your car. With friendly service, interesting specialty drinks, and tasty baked goods, this place will steal your heart. Visit the Silver King Coffee Co website.
Another Aussie-owned café, Five5eeds (aka Five Seeds) has a can’t-miss brunch menu in addition to its standalone coffee bar. Baristas concoct whatever espresso drink you’re craving, along with some surprises (like the ruby-red beet latte). Grab a homemade pastry or a cookie for the perfect morning combo. Visit the Five5eeds website.
Lucky Ones Coffee
You’ll find this gem of a shop with an incredible mission inside the Park City Library. Lucky Ones gives back to the community by employing and empowering people with disabilities. You’ll feel right at home when ordering drip coffee, a flavored latte, or one of many types of hot chocolate combos. Visit the Lucky Ones website.