Memorialize the great day at the vintage photo-booth near the gift shop of the museum.*Fore!Jump into the Beemer sporting your Khakis and Polos and head out to Park City and play a round of golf at the Park City Golf Course.After a round at the 19th hole, head to Main Street and try the sushi at The Flying Sumo, or Kobe beef at The River Horse Cafe.
Check out some other great free or very cheap activities like the Bees baseball games on Mondays with a coupon from Harmons, or the Brownbag lunch concert series in Galivan Plaza every Thursday.It’s easy to sit drinking Kava and listening to reggae music until sunrise.Remember you didn’t really party unless you stayed up all night! Enjoy an early morning ride on Park City’s Rail Trail, a 30-mile long trail that extends from the Prospector area of Park City down to Echo Junction along a former railroad route.Stay at the hotel and eat award winning steaks or go into town for some French cuisine at Jean Louis and stroll through the streets window shopping for the perfect gift.If you need to get out, grab a bottle and head to Deer Valley and listen to the Utah Symphony.*In Salt Lake City the elitist can stay at The Hotel Monaco and discuss their latest portfolios or art acquisition over a glass of Dom Perignon and a gourmet dinner at the hotel restaurant, Bambara, which happens to be the best rated restaurant in town.It’s challenging for vegans to eat out, but there are many great vegan restaurants in Salt Lake City: Sages, Oasis, Vertical Diner and Omar’s Rawtopia to name a few. or some other such movie, and make some popcorn on the stove- be sure to cover it in nutritional yeast for some extra vitamins.*You don’t have to be a billionaire to be an elitist, and being an elitist doesn’t necessarily mean you need to be a snob—all you need is an appreciation for the finer things in life and a substantial bank account that sets you apart from everyone else.