540 Main Street, Park City, UT | Directions 8406040.644712 -111.496361
Mon. - Thu. 5pm - 9:30pm;Fri. - Sun. 5pm - 10:30pm
Gone Stale – The service makes a tired restaurant an ok place to dine. The menu is overpriced and overrated. The building is in definite need of renovation.
A lively Park City eatery serving attractive, contemporary fare in a stylish setting. – The Scene
An energetic crowd of jolly skiers in the winter and loyal locals in the summer fills the renovated upstairs of the historic Masonic Hall on Park City's Main Street. Dress is informal with this casually well-heeled crowd. The industrial look in the main dining room is softened by dark woods, soft candlelight, and flowers. The veteran, experienced staff works deftly, efficiently managing 400 dinners on a busy night.
Appealing menu of attractive appetizers and hearty entrées. Asian touches are evident in the chicken satay, shrimp pot stickers, and refreshing ahi tuna sashimi with soy-ginger-wasabi dressing. A crispy duck salad offers contrasts of tartly dressed greens and meaty duck slices, while the Caesar offers more classic flavors. Entrées include macadamia-crusted halibut, grilled lobster tail, and charred rack of lamb, with colorful sauces and presentation adding to the appeal.
The best in Utah – Although the atmosphere isn't very romantic, or even very personal, the food and service more than makes up for it. I would say it is much better than Grappa, and for the same price...why not get better food?
Very good food, Cold atmosphere – Busy place, don't go without reservation. Ambience somewhat cold an uncozy. Chairs could be more comfortable. If you don't like cold drafts, don't sit near large windows during cold winter time. Food was generally above average, although my trout was only average. If you don't like cilantro, read your meal description carfully, because, although it is not a Mexican restaurant, you may discover cilantro disguised in your food as parsley. Overall, I expected much more after reading other reviews.
Riverhorse Cafe, why go anywhere else? – The food is consitently good. While they do not do anything outlandish like ugandan banana slug pate. It is a great place to eat if you want the best steak or halibut in town. The wait staff is extremely well trained, and knowledgable, even the strangest requests are not too much. They generally have live music and the views from the outside deck are excellent. I think this the best restaurant in Utah.
Park City and Utah dining at its best! – The Riverhorse Cafe combines atmosphere, food, and service to create the best dining experience I've had in Utah. A Mobil Guide Four Star restaurant and a DiRoNA recipiant for nearly 10 years, Riverhorse Cafe provides the credentials for the most scrupulous of diners. Executive chef Bill Hufford's menu is a wonderful combination of classical French preparation and modern cuisine. Special daily appetizers, soups, entrees, and desserts add varity to the regular customer's choices. Service is the number one priority to the wait staff which is evident throughout your dining experience. Each server is knowledgable in the menu and which wine will enhance your meal the most. I pride myself in being a restaurant connoisseur and the Riverhorse Cafe has provided every criteria to be one of my top 5 restaurants including Picasso in Las Vegas, Mary Elaine's in Scottsdale, The St. Regis in Manhattan, and Gary Danko in San Francisco.
Good Food, Good Service – Ten of us had dinner there Sat?. the service was very good and very friendly. My entrée arrived luke warm and it was graciously taken back and (not warmed) replaced. The entire group enjoyed the food. The wine is good and there are many good selections that are not over priced. I have only one complaint and one suggestion. Suggestion: Have a round table so with larger groups everybody can join in the conversation. Complaint: The live music was a bit too loud. Over all it was a good evening out. I will be back.
Down-to-earth dining – Some of the best patio dining in Park City. The menu is upscale and fairly expensive, but the food is good quality and the atmosphere is comfortable and romantic.
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