The Park Silly Sunday Market is going to be without wine and hard liquor for two of its remaining days.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has that story.

State regulators have issued Starbucks a liquor license that will allow the company to start serving beer and wine at some of its Utah stores, including Park City’s Park Avenue store.

The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control issued the license for five stores in Salt Lake City, Holladay, Farmington, Lehi and Park City.

Starbucks will be able to start its wine and beer service after the five stores are remodeled to accommodate larger kitchen and food preparation areas and a state-mandated liquor dispensing area.


Park City staff is meeting once again with the developers of Treasure Hill and will be rebuilding the historic wall outside the KPCW studios. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.