Heber Valley Watering Holes
Sippin on Suds
Offering several local beers on tap including Squatters, Park City, Uinta, and Salt Flats, this old west style steakhouse is everything you want in a place to hide out for a while.
The Hideout Steakhouse – 281 N Main Street Heber City
After home brewing for 13 years, partners Clint Jones and Greg Poirier opened the doors to Heber Valley Brewery in August. With eight beers on tap, Clint recommends the Kolsch Cold Fusion, a clean, clear and crisp beer that is easy to drink.
Heber valley Brewing Co. – 501 N Main Street Heber City
Heber City’s only family-friendly sports pub, Melvin’s, boasts 12 local beers on tap. Try the owners’ favorite, the Boeheim Pilsner, described as a highbred lager and the closest beer they can ﬁnd to an east coast favorite.
Melvin’s Public House – 139 N Main Street Heber City
Whether you participate in Thirsty Thursday, Wine Wednesday or just “weekending” it, there are some great places around Heber to belly up to the bar or sip a tasty craft cocktail to wash away any bad vibes that may be ailing you. Because after all, there is something about enjoying an adult beverage that makes “adulting” tolerable some days.
The mixologists have created a new twist on an old classic. Behold the New Fashioned with bourbon. Mixed with Amaro for a citric and smooth profile, Luxardo liqueur, simple syrup and a dash of soda water bring it all together.
Midway Mercantile – 99 E Main Street Midway
Tarahumara Mexican Restaurant isn’t only about Margaritas. Enjoy their Pina Colada for a weekend get-away. Made with fresh pineapple, cream of coconut and rum, you’ll ﬁnd a beach escape right in Midway.
Tarahumara – 380 E Main Street Midway
Your only worry here will be which hand-crafted cocktail to choose from. With a list of specialty’s ranging from a Margarita to a Manhattan, there’s a beverage with your name on it. Our pick is the Wasatch Whiskey Sour made with fresh lime and orange juice.
Back 40 – 1223 US-40, Heber City