O’Shucks expands in Old Town with B&D’s and Ahh Sushi

PARK CITY, Utah — O’Shucks is set to open in Old Town this summer at 628 Park Avenue, the former brief location of Church Public House on the corner of Park Avenue and Heber Avenue. The O’Shucks Restaurant Group is expanding beyond its long-standing Main Street location and offering a unique blend of breakfast, sushi, and bar food.

“The White House” will be owned and operated by a team of experienced restaurateurs and staff. The all-in-one location includes O’Shucks, Ahh Sushi, and B&D’s breakfast restaurant. B&D’s serves a variety of breakfast favorites, including eggs Benedict, chicken and waffles, and its signature scones with honey butter. Ahh Sushi serves a selection of sushi rolls, sashimi, and other Japanese dishes and a full bar with a variety of beers, wines, cocktails, and, of course, the garlic burger. There will be live music, and Saturday evenings will feature Cactus Cola and classic rock dancing.

“We are very excited about this new project,” said Bruce Corrigan, owner of O’Shucks. “There is a huge need for restaurant breakfast service up on Main Street. We have been doing breakfast at [Pinebrook] for many years, and we like to fill a need.”

The restaurant, which spans close to 7,000 square feet, will have a modern ski town and relaxed atmosphere. The outdoor patio can accommodate roughly 100 diners.

“For the last 30 years, we have watched the energy on Main Street slowly go down; it is no longer at the top of Main Street,” Corrigan added. “What caught my eye first [at the White House] was the gigantic patio space. You can watch the town lift go up, every car in Old Town is going to drive by us, and everyone in Park City wants to be outside. We are all about the community itself, our goal is always to take of the locals.”

According to the Park City Museum, way back in the day, 628 Park Avenue was a boarding house for the many miners coming to Park City. Around the late 1950s, the building remained a boarding house and later apartments. Since then, its had additions and other work done to its facade. Businesses have come and gone, and until recently,  mainly sat vacant save for Church Public House’s brief stint and Sundance Film Festival rentals.

Corrigan did not provide a hard open date, however the banner hanging on the building states summer 2023.

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