Park City Running Company

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

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Community verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Park City Coffee Roasters
Seating Capacity 5
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords coffee, running store, quarry village, park city, Has Power
Web parkcityrunningcompany.com  

Pro Tips

There's a little coffee shop inside of a running store in Quarry Village. It's a groovy little place with a small table, some lounge chairs and a nice long "work bench." The wi-fi is fast and free. The coffee is great and there's a bunch of different types. They do not, however, serve food (yet - as of Sept. 2015), so you'll need to hit up one of the local places. There are a few in the immediate vicinity as well as a grocery store.

There's not a ton of plugs in the work area, however, so you might find yourself running cords across the floor. Also, if you're a runner, you just might spend more time talking "shop" than working!

They also do group runs some of the days, so reward yourself after a long day of work with a run.

  • They’ve got a very small selection of food these days, some homemade cookies, muffins, scones, banana bread, etc. Sometimes it’s there, sometimes not… but still.

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