Looking to visit some woman-owned businesses in Park City? Look no further than our favorite Wanderful hit list!

Looking to visit some woman-owned businesses in Park City, Utah? Look no further than five of our absolute favorite hot spots! Visit them all on your next visit to Park City, or check out our full Google Maps list for some other goodies.

Lucky Ones Coffee

1255 Park Avenue
Park City, Utah 84060

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Preslee, a team member at Lucky Ones Coffee, greets us behind a white subway tile bar. Four leaf clover garland decorates the bar and on top is a pastry case with many yummy pastries, a register with a Square checkout, and various cups and coffee supplies.
Preslee, a team member at Lucky Ones Coffee, greets us behind the bar. Photo by Beth Santos

Located inside the Park City Library, Lucky Ones Coffee, founded by Taylor Matkins and Katie Holyfield, is an adorable cafe that also employs and empowers individuals with disabilities.

80% of its team is neurodivergent.

The cafe itself is a warm hug of a space and a true community hub. Bookworms can grab a cup of coffee and — gasp! — take it into the library (yes, this completely shocked us). Fans of the social mission can learn more about other ways to support neurodiversity through Lucky Ones’ many fundraisers and programs. And the swag is VERY cute.

Katie Holyfield, Co-Owner of Lucky Ones Coffee. Photo from luckyonescoffee.com

Atticus Coffee & Teahouse

738 Main St
Park City, Utah 84060

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Colorful, community vibes await at Atticus Coffee & Teahouse in Park City, Utah
Colorful, community vibes await at Atticus Coffee & Teahouse in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.

Named after the To Kill a Mockingbird character Atticus Finch, Atticus Coffee & Teahouse is much more than just coffee and tea: it’s a full lunch destination, gift shop, and filled to the brim with books.

Columns are adorned with mosaic tiles with mugs and saucers pressed into them, the walls are covered in murals, string lights and even a giant patio umbrella make the space feel cozy and warm.

Inside Atticus Coffee & Teahouse in Park City, Utah, books line the shelves and a giant wood counter serves breakfast and lunch items.
Inside Atticus Coffee & Teahouse in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos

Owners Erica and Randy Winzeler started the cafe which was inspired by Erica’s mother, who collected books from around the world and always wanted to open a coffee shop. The cafe keeps social impact at its core, donating a portion of proceeds to regional charities and non-profits. Its consciousness thrives even in the smallest details, like a bin where you can recycle your coffee sleeves.

Mountain Town Olive Oil

613 Main St
Park City, Utah 84060

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Beth samples some amazing olive oil and vinegar combos with baby in tow at Mountain Town Olive Oil in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.
Beth samples some amazing olive oil and vinegar combos with baby in tow at Mountain Town Olive Oil in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.

Any travel lover will adore the opportunity to step into the flavors of the world at Mountain Town Olive Oil, a cozy shop right on Main Street. Owner Jessica McCleary opened the bright, sunny store after chasing her own desires for new global flavors in her cooking.

A look at some of the unique kitchen gifts available at Mountain Town Olive Oil in Park City, Utah
A look at some of the unique kitchen gifts available at Mountain Town Olive Oil in Park City, Utah

Now, visitors can shop for kitchen items and taste many varieties of olive oil and vinegars. And the best part is, you can keep the shopping going year-round by ordering items straight from their online store, and get inspired with a wealth of free recipes to help you try new flavors wherever you are.


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Alpine Distilling

Tasting room: 364 Main Street
Park City, Utah 84060

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The sultry pink interior of Alpine Distilling's bar and tasting room is lined with couches and dimly lit with pink, orange and purple uplighting.
The sultry pink interior of Alpine Distilling’s bar and tasting room. Photo by Beth Santos

Utah might not be the first destination you think of when it comes to delicious handcrafted spirits, so let yourself be surprised by the truly miraculous Alpine Distilling.

Co-owner Sara Sergent is a master distiller and the most decorated botanical distiller in the country. Her gins have been awarded awarded accolades such as “Gin of the Year” in London, 3x Top Gin Distillery by USA Today, “Best in Class” at the TAG Awards Las Vegas, Double Golds at Women Wine & Spirits in London, SIP Awards California and TOP50 in New York.

Master distiller and co-owner Sara Sergent works her magic at Alpine Distilling

The business also boasts a strong commitment to sustainability, recognized as a Green Business with Recycle Utah in Park City and awarded the Business of the Year 2022 by Recycle Utah.

Wild Earth

580 Main St, Ste 15 & 16
Park City, Utah 84060

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A look at the earthy, natural gifts that adorn Wild Earth in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.
A look at the earthy, natural gifts that adorn Wild Earth in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.

If you’ve always wanted to shop inside a giant tree, that’s the vibe you’ll get at Wild Earth, an earthy, serene gift shop covered in branches, butterflies, plant life and more.

The shop sells gifts that any travel lover would adore, from bright robes and dresses to dangly earrings, textile bags, crystals and natural stone bracelets.

Inside the woman-owned Wild Earth in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.
Inside the woman-owned Wild Earth in Park City, Utah. Photo by Beth Santos.

Headed for a walk around Park City?

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