Personaly Offended. I went to the Skybar tonight for the 3rd time. Each time I was not very impressed for the club nights. They charge 2.50 for a glass of water. They say they don't have pipes to supply tap yet have soda which includes water, if you didn't know. Tonight I was really concerned about their security. Me and my friend were followed into the entrance, up the elevator, and into the club by a huge guy, obviously on drugs. He was threatening our lives in a elevator he took up half of. When we entered the 13th floor we immediately told the head of the establishment to call the police. He asked what the problem was when it was clear this guy was not with us. The man assaulted my friend by pushing him repeatedly hard. We again asked them to call the cops this time to the door girl and the manager told her not to. He said he will call security and does nothing, we wait for five min at the entrance until the man leaves, security never came. At the end of the night when my friend was done playing his dj set he requested the managers name to which he was met with being yelled at by the door girl for asking who the manager is. The manager was even cruder than the door girl arguing with him about how long it would have taken the police to get there. Come to find out they don't have any cameras to get a pic of the guy anywhere in the club or hotel. I find that hard to believe. I have been to Skybar around the states its a great club, I think the management need to appreciate the people who keep them open though
On the 13th floor of a nondescript downtown hotel, find a surprisingly fine dining experience..
High above the city, expansive windows and subdued lighting accentuate the cityscape. An air of quiet elegance makes this a place where diners come for a special evening out. Attentive but unobtrusive service is ideal for those who relish quiet, uninterrupted conversation.
Seafood dominates the appetizers, from chilled peel-and-eat shrimp to crab cakes and smoked salmon. Lobster over fettuccini in a fresh tomato-basil cream sauce; macadamia-crusted halibut; and roasted chicken accented with lemon-thyme glace are among the lighter entrees. Richer selections include twin filets topped with lump crabmeat and Grill Room sauce; chicken sauteed with mushrooms and Southern Comfort in cream sauce; and veal Marsala. Each entree is served with twice-baked or garlic mashed potatoes or herbed rice, as well as an inviting medley of fresh vegetables. Chocolate souffle and fresh fruit cobbler are the signature desserts, and one is big enough to share.
VERY disappointed. The night started off badly. It took about 30 minutes to get seated because when I called to make a reservation, they told me it probably wasn't necessary and we should be able to just come in and be seated. They finally told us just to go scope out a table when someone was leaving and take it. The food was o.k., but not nearly worth the $80+ bill that we rang up for 2 people having dinner and two drinks a piece or for the one and a half hour wait for our meals to come out. The server was apologetic, but that didn't speed things up any. The ambience was a bit confused. It seems like they are trying to for a classy image, but they played loud hip-hop and hairband music. Overall, we were very displeased and will not be returning any time soon.
Great for the thick skinned.. Just took my 2 key people and their spouses to the Grill Room for dinner...everything was wonderful; the food, the service,the view. We were all very impressed untill I laid down the $400.00 for the meal,drinks and wine. At that point some guy that looked like he worked for the mob come to our table and said"excuse me but we have a party of 8 waiting for this table and we need you to leave." There are many ways to handle something like this but this is the worst I can think of. Talk about a budget way to end a great evening. Shame on you!! I will never risk the embaresment of bringing anyone else to your restaurant and being asked to leave. You've gotten your last $400.00 from me.
A romantic dinner at the Top.
I don't believe there's a more romantic place for dinner in Salt Lake.
The food was excellent, served promptly, by a very courteous staff. Having a peppersteak flambe' tableside, for under 30 dollars is a remarkable feat for any restaurant.
I strongly recommend this establishment to anyone out for a night on the town.
I read the other reviews, and would like to add that the banana foster is the best desert on the meny.
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