Dont beleive the bad reviews!. Wow I read all the reviews before going, so I had very low expectations. When we got there we were seated right away, we ordered a bottle of pinot noir that took a few minutes to get but it was really good and only 39.00. It happened to be
NOT WORTH THE PRICE OR THE STOMACH ACHE.
We ate the Thanksgiving buffet here today and it was by far the WORST food We have ever eaten at a restaurant or Buffet!
The quality of the food was about as poor as you could possibly get!
The chocolate cake did not even taste anything like chocolate! It tasted like some kind of cheap coco powder mixed with alcohol. They even made the ganache toping with coco powder as well...oh it was BAD!
The pumpkin pie did not taste anything like pumpkin, it was unrecognizable in flavor! My husband will eat anything that ends in the word pie and he couldn't even eat this.
The sushi was warm...not just Luke warm but actually WARM! It was also so loose that it fell apart on my plate.
They burned the bread in the stuffing which mostly consisted of raisins and little bits of burnt bread.
They had this pumpkin soup that was just horrible! It was heavily over spiced with a strange mix of spices and just inedible.
The store bought cookies were dry as a bone! and so were the store bought rolls!
They had some kind of meat with this horrible sorta sweet sorta sour sauce on it that was sooo nasty that I could not even swallow it.
The only thing I could choke down was the turkey, mashed potatoes and ham.
They did have cold, out of the box Kraft mac and cheese on the kid table that my husband found somewhat edible.
But when you pay $37 for a meal you kind of expect the food to at least be edible!
When you walk into the dated and strangely decorated restaurant it is easy to miss the nice view out the window because you are too busy trying to squeeze passed all the people and chairs in the over packed dinning area.
The booth seats were the WORST! You sink in about 5 inches when you sit down at the tables. my husband looked like a little kid with the table coming up to his neck, and he is 6 feet tall.
I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy !
NOT WORTH THE PRICE AT ALL!!.
This was supposed to be fine dining but unfortunately a far cry from it. The best part of the meal was the Spainish wine, and the bread. The duck duo was all fat with a good tasting sauce for $37 the waiter
just laughed andsaid the duck was just obese. The saladthat was ordered alla cart for $7 had no more than three sprigs of lettuce and a sliver of cucumber wendy's gives more for a dollar with betterr service. Wish there was better to say after spending $150 for a dinner for two. Left hungry, and dissapointed.
An array of premium drinks plus 9,000-foot elevation equals an unmatched experience..
Situated in the prestigious Cliff Lodge, this spot has a sublime view of Mt. Baldy and the east end of the ski resort. Hotel guests, Salt Lake City slickers on dates, ski bums and Snowbird employees celebrating a good day on the slopes come here to sit back, relax, listen to good music and have a drink. There's a full bar with a collection of fine bourbon and Scotch, an extensive wine and champagne list, local microbrews on tap, imported beer and sake.
Upscale bar. This lounge has a decidedly upscale feel. The area is open and had the same incredible views as the restaurant. Friendly and knowledgeable bartenders are happy to tend to your drinking needs.
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