PARK CITY, Utah — The Market at Park City is the perfect last-minute gift stop for dozens of Park City-based products and regional brands. In addition, the bountiful goodies made in-house by local bakers make it the ideal location to snag a potluck item.
Towards the back of The Market, Red Bicycle Breadworks whips up loaves of bread, bake-at-home pizzas, hummus, and hot sauce. Arguably the most beloved item is the olive oil and salt-basted baguette, known by locals as “crack bread.” An excellent choice for group gatherings.
Emilie Burney of Auntie Em’s bakery creates her revered pies and cookies at The Market. Flavors range from winter staples like cinnamon sugar snickerdoodle and double chocolate peanut butter cookies to classic pies with a twist like saucy apple crumble and maple-bourbon-pecan with Alpine Distilling’s bourbon.
Clustered up front are gluten-free goodies, breakfast items, and snacks.
Park City Granola Co. combines granola and trail mix to create a high-protein, low-sugar, satisfying treat.
Find Heber-based Good Grains Gluten-Free Baking Co.’s gluten-free bread, buns, and treats in the freezer section.
Grown in Park City, Kodiak Cakes are a purveyor of whole-grain breakfast foods, from the heirloom flapjack mix to frozen waffles to granola bars.
With 100 years of milling mastery, Lehi Mills baking mixes are the taste of tradition.
Additional Utah snacking options include; Tree Hugger Granola, Uncle Hoss’s Crisscross Crunch, and Canyon Meadows Ranch jerky.
At the storefront, the aroma from the Daily Rise Coffee shop greets shoppers. Originating from Ogden, Daily Rise Coffee is a brand with a mission to “Promote Positive Energy.” The motto comes to life with Trail Mix Coffee, which donates nearly one-third of sales to “Trails Foundation of Northern Utah.”
In the coffee aisle, regional roasters stock the shelves.
Park City Coffee Roaster’s fair trade and organic beans are the bulk coffee selections.
Kimball Junction-based Hugo Coffee Roasters sources ethical beans, and every bag of coffee sold helps support dog rescue.
Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters, out of Murray, believes coffee and public lands are the perfect marriage.
In the cheese department, Park City Creamery creates classic European recipes. Their Hidden Treasure, a brie-style cheese with truffles, won silver at the Utah Cheese Award.
Mexican cuisine staples are a symbol of Utah’s robust Latino population.
Salsa Del Diablo salsas feature Utah-grown veggies mixed into unusual flavors.
The Rico Brand motto is “Beans are our beansness,” made in Salt Lake. The refrigerated pinto, black, refried beans, corn or flour tortillas, and pre-made meals are in business as tasty household staples.
Additional Utah salsas include Salsitas Mendoza and Salsa Queen.
Pioneer heritage continues to shape Utah’s landscape, and canned goods represent a timeless skill still valued today.
Tagge’s Fruit and Veggie Farms preserve their northern Utah produce as jam, salsa, and pickles.
Pioneer Valley jams and syrups from Utah County symbolize Utah’s pioneer culture.
Deer Valley Signature dry goods are the taste of Deer Valley, with stew and baking mixes derived from their most popular dishes.
Grecian-origin olive oil and fine chocolate are luxury items perfect for gifting.
Ioulia Greek Olive Oil Co. brings the ancient olive oil practices of Kalamata, Greece, to Park City.
Crafted a few blocks down the street, Ritual Chocolate creates exceptional bean-to-bar chocolates with a steady commitment to using the best quality cacao, a small-batch creation process, and conservation.
Salt Lake-based chocolatiers include Leafy Mama, The Chocolate Conspiracy, and V Chocolates.
The beehive state namesake implies honey as a regional treasure.
Cox Honeyland of Utah, White Lake Farms LLC, and Hollow Tree Honey are Utah honey featured at The Market.
Beehive Soap & Body Care LLC makes decadent hygiene products incorporating Utah honey.
The Market at Park City features dozens of Utah products, and the brands mentioned above are shopping and gifting starting points. Many local items dawn the “Utah’s Own” sticker, and a little time to peruse may lead to abundant treasures.