Palomino, a new bar in Park City, offers signature cocktails, beer, wine and spirits paired with small plates
PARK CITY, Utah — A new bar on Main Street in Park City has opened. Palomino is a “spirited clubhouse” from Riverhorse that’s now open daily. It offers a refined bar scene with an inviting atmosphere.
Executive Chef Seth Adams, who also runs and co-owns Riverhorse on Main, leads the bar at Palomino.
“Our dream of opening an upscale bar as part of our Riverhorse offerings has finally come to life, and we are excited to welcome the community to experience it for themselves,” Adams said in a press release. “Palomino’s signature cocktails, beer, wine, and spirits menus, paired with our inventive bites and small plates, complement the perfect après outing, night on the town, or any reason to celebrate.”
Some of the featured cocktails include the Lodge No. 7 of Rendezvous Rye, Carpano Antica, Luxardo, and espresso, The Seamstress of Alpine gin, fresh heirloom tomato juice, St. Germain, firebusters, peppercorn, and housemade jerky, and The Gold Digger of Casamigos Mezcal, Cointreau, lime, agave and Veuve.
Along with drinks, Palomino also offers a selection of seafood, including oysters, caviar, sous vide lobster tail, and jumbo lump crab, along with shareable plates of French onion sliders, petite lobster rolls, buffalo quail bites and caprese flatbread.
A door connects the Riverhorse downstairs coat check to the Palomino entrance.