Restaurant royalty: No Name Saloon

No Name Saloon opened 23 years ago on Historic Main Street. The old brick building they established was originally a miner’s saloon, where silver-hunters could grab a stiff drink after a hard day. The history is rich here, upheld by the rustic atmosphere as “America’s Last Authentic Miners Organization of Debauchery,” or so the sign above the door reads.

With three bars, 17 TVs, and multiple spaces for groups and private parties, the fun never ends at No Name Saloon. Start in the main bar, absorbing their unique decor anchored by pieces collected locally and from around the world. Next, head upstairs to hangout in the cozy mezzanine, on the year-round heated rooftop with its unmatched views, or in their newest addition, the loft, with brand new booths and a bar made from upcycled basketball-court flooring.

But it’s not all ambiance and drinks, the recently renovated kitchen turns out their world famous Bison Burger, voted historically as Park City’s best burger, along with classic appetizers and sandwiches. If food is your main squeeze, then grab a bite next door at their sister restaurant, Annex Burger, and dial up the flavor.

From a night on the town, to family friendly dining, to an incredible event space, No Name Saloon is Park City Restaurant Royalty. 


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