Horrible Service Sub-Par Food. Went there for lunch. I have eaten at other hrc's and thought they were ok. This was a different story. Our food was overcooked and over priced. 11 dollar burnt chicken sandwich. My wife asked for a substitution for one of the sides that came with her meal. The waitress told her that it was "IMPOSSIBLE" because their computers were not set up to handle subs. I wil never eat here again.
Within the Hard Rock Cafe is this hidden venue, where real local talent is on display..
Pass the Kiss paraphernalia and bobbing-head Beatles collectibles and head straight for the stairs. A hard left around a flamingo-like ensemble worn by Mary Wilson, and you're staring at the Hard Rock's little secret in full neon glory: The Brick House. As is the trend with alcohol- and tobacco-friendly establishments in Utah, The Brick House is a Private Club. A $3 cover gets non-members through the door, or splurge on a yearly membership for $25.
With twelve beers on tap and a voluminous menu of mixed beverages, you can party like a rock star. Ladies are invited to knock back dollar domestic drafts Friday and Saturday. If you don't drink, smoke, or have an ear for music, a peek at Madonna's cone-bra bodice from her "Who's That Girl" tour might be reason enough to check the place out. Live local music Friday and Saturday 8pm-1am. Full-menu available in the bar.
Jamming. I always have a good time in the Hard Rock bar as well as the Restaurant. The staff is great and they always serve great food.
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