No Name Saloon, Park City, Utah
Park City , Utah
Tel: 435 649 6667
Concierge.com's insider take:
When the Alamo (a watering hole since 1903) became the No Name Saloon in the early 2000s, it was an odd choice. See, this place is like the Cheers of Park City, where everyone knows your name and your drink. Despite attempts over the years to spruce up the place, the No Name retains a rough-around-the-edges, rowdy feel, perfect for local ski bums who want to come in and throw back a couple of bottles of Sierra Nevada and shots of tequila. The walls are festooned with typical ski-bar stuff—bikes, license plates, elk heads—and the furnishings include a table shuffleboard game plus 17 TVs for sports fans who are into something other than skiing and riding. You'll find buffalo burgers and such on the menu, but you don't come here to eat—you come for beers with your buddies.—Sarah Tuff
Open daily 10 am to 1 am.