Local restaurants get in on graffiti mania

What started out as a 300 foot stretch of graffiti on Main Street is spreading up and down Park City’s town center. It’s turning into graffiti mania.

In early July, a group of protesters spray-painted Main Street with the words “Black Lives Matter.” That gave local restaurateur Bill White an idea. “If graffiti on Main Street is OK, why can’t I do it?” commented Mr. White in a phone call with Park City Weekly. So, White got out his spray paint and got to work.

So far he’s only graffiti’d the street in front of Chimayo and Wahso, but he doesn’t have plans to stop there. “I didn’t realize we could just spray paint any road or building around Park City. Now that I know, you better bet I am going to expand.”

Look forward to Bill’s unique stylings on buildings and roads near Ghiodottis in Kimball Junction and Billy Blanco’s in Pinebrook. “I never realized advertising was almost free and could do so much,” Mr. White exclaimed.

“Claim your two for one with a can of spray paint from Home Depot at any of my neighborhood restaurants. Eat local. Tag local.”