Last summer, my husband and I decided to take the 20 minute drive up to Park City, Utah. It was a beautiful summer day and we wanted to go and walk Main Street to find a good place to eat for lunch. There was something exciting about allowing ourselves the opportunity to wander the streets of a place we’ve visited so many times, instead of having a specific purpose or itinerary.
As we walked historic Main Street, we came across a new treasure that wasn’t there the last time we visited (which was about two months before). Here it is:
Banksy is an international street artist, known for his satirical political and social commentary. His graffiti stencils have shown up all over the world, so you can imagine our surprise to find such an amazing piece of artwork right in our own backyard. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the work had been protected.
We ended up having lunch at Main Street Pizza and Noodle. The place was packed. While prices were a little high, the pizza was delicious. And although you order at the counter and get your own drinks (while still being charged automatic gratuity), the manager provided amazing service. There are other restaurants in Park City that I like more, but this place hit the spot.