Dozens of Park City businesses will once again be "Showin' the Love" for locals by offering off-season deals for residents every Thursday from May 2 through June 20. Coordinated by the Historic Park City Alliance, participating businesses will offer discounts and deals during the day. Parking on Main Street will also be free all day.

Proof of residence is not required, although locals may need to mention offers at participating businesses to receive the deals. For a list of specific deals at participating businesses, visit Historic Park City

About 20 businesses in Park City will be participating, including:

Restaurants:

>501 on Main: Two-for-one entrees.

>Blue Iguana: 20-percent off entire bill.

>Eating Establishment: Fish taco lunch or dinner specials come with $2.95 margaritas.

>Lindzee O'Michaels: Locals-pricing on select food and drinks all day.

>Flannagan's: $1.50 tacos and $7.50 wing platters - reopens June 2

>Reyes Adobe: $5 regular margaritas and a $4.99 "Smothered Burrito Grande" lunch special between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Special includes a small side of chips and salsa and a 16-ounce soda.

>Shabu: $5 sushi and $4 hot sake.

>Vinto: Two scoops of gelato with the purchase of any pizza or pasta.

Shops:

>Expanding Heart: 15-percent off all yoga clothing, and $15 for a 15-minute reading by one of the store's Intuitive Readers.

>Gallery MAR: Free gift with any purchase.

>J Go Gallery: 15-percent off a single piece of art jewelry from the Sparkle & Bling Collection.

>La Niche: Complimentary latte with any $25 purchase.

>Mary Janes: Buy any item full-price and get a second at 25-percent off.

>Mountain Town Olive Oil: 10-percent off total purchase.

>Park City Museum: Free admission days May 16 and 30, sponsored by Leland and Diana Swaner and the Park City Rotary Club, respectively.

>Pine: 15-percent off jewelry.

>Prospect: 20-percent off total bill.

>Prospect Youth: 20-percent off total bill.

>Rocky Mountain Christmas: 10-percent off total bill.

>Southwest Expressions: 15-percent off jewelry.

- Information courtesy of Historic Park City Alliance