Nothing was "the best" for the money and it took so long to eat, seriously plan on 3 hours when you eat here.. This place is so overrated. It is really a pretty restaurant, but the service is notoriously slow and the menu greatly overpriced. The only time it's worth it is when they do a 2 for 1 coupon and even then it's high! I think they find it charming to make you wait for everything! Crazy!
At least I had good company!. Don't bother! I know we went during Sundance and it was crowded, but for the price we paid, the service was inexcusable. We waited over an hour for our table and when they finally called us from the waiting location across the street, we waited another 20 minutes. The waitress delivered a wine bottle with a price tag on it, then tried to cover it up. Our first course was cleared before one of us was finished, and the second course delivered while she frantically tried to finish. Then we waited half an hour for our entrees. Also, there was a hair in one of the entrees, and the soup portion was only a few tablespoons. All that being said, the dessert was wonderful, and the atmosphere would have been great had the service not disappointed so much.
Culinary Train Wreck. I'll grant it was during Sundance, but in their effort to squeeze as many people in as they could, they made for the worst dining experience I've had in YEARS. Tables crammed into odd angles making it impossible for the servers to move (and for us to get up). Prepare to stand outside in the snow 'cause their waiting area is FAR too small.
Go Here, You'll Miss Sundance. WARNING: if you are only in town for a few days or for Sundance, stay away from this place. Only go to Grappa if you have nothing to do for 74 hours, because that's how long it will take you to get a table. The front waiting area is so crowded it is like being at Madison Square Garden. After an hour my party gave up and we went somewhere else. I took pity on those who dared to wait it out. Park City is a very charming town with my other dining options, all of which you should consider before you waste your timing waiting hours for a table to eat food that I'm told could be cooked at a Roy Rogers. If you go there, all I can say is, you have been warned.....
WOW!!!. Grappa is definitely the BEST restaurant in town. The food and ambiance takes dining to a whole new level. The servers are professional and knowledgeable. Hosts are personable and helpful. When in PC this definitely needs to be on your list of things to do. Along with Grappa, the Bill White Enterprises group also owns three other dining pleasures in town, Chimayo, Wahso, and The Windy Ridge Cafe.
Grappa is the BEST!. Grappa has the best food, service, ambiance in Park City - Bill White knows how to do it right, and the desserts are wonderful, Stephanie, the pastry chef is a phenom!
Unusual But Excellent. Most locals would agree that Grappa is one of the best 5 restaurants in Park City. The food is excellent, if a little too structural in presentation. The wine list is great, if a little expensive. The atmosphere is fantastic, with no qualifications. Grappa is one of uor favorites and we have had some of our all time best experiences at Grappa! We love sitting outside on the terraced decks when the weather, aided by the out door heaters permits.
gone down hill?. Grappa used to be one of the best dining experiences in Utah. I don't know what happened but my last 2 dining experiences were not up to par with my memory. I still think it has some of the best ambience around. I think there maybe better restaurants for the same price
Romantic destination. Grappa has several secluded niches and tables making for a romantic dining experience. Flavors are bold and presentation is pleasing. The restaurant is warm and welcoming in the winter and the patio is lovely in the summer. You can spend a lot of money here on dinner, but it's pretty on the level with Park City prices.
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