12000 E Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd
Solitude, UT 84121Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.skisolitude.com/dining/honeycomb_grill.php
- Phone: (801)-536-5787x
- Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - Saturday
11:30am - 8:30pm
10:00am - 3:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, American, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Greg Neville
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
- Catering: Executive Chef & Sommelier, Greg Neville, and his amazing culinary team proudly sources and prepares menus using local, organic and seasonal ingredients. Our team would love to directly with you to customize the cuisine to your unique and special style.
- Private Party Facilities: Featuring a delicious menu and spectacular views, Honeycomb Grill is an elegant and warm location to host your private event.
- Private Party Contact: Kate Macconi (801)-536-5708x
- Special Events: Wedding Ceremonies & Receptions
Corporate Events, Meetings & Retreats
- Public Transit: Public Bus Available (winter ski season only)
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: Take the second Solitude entrance off Big Cottonwood Canyon Road into the Solitude Village and park in the public parking lot. Walk south through the center of the village until you are just about mountain-side and we will be on your right. Please call for information on wheelchair access.
A word from Honeycomb Grill
Ski right up to our front door for aprés ski in the winter, or take a break from mountain-biking and have a cold beverage on our patio in the summer. Enjoy a home cooked meal in our warm and comfortable dining area with the friendliest of service. Serving weekend brunch, lunch and dinner, the menu features a wonderful array of chef selected appetizers, wood oven baked hearth breads & pizzas, hand-made pastas, grilled fish, hand-cut steaks, and spectacular home-made desserts. We feature an all American wine list from some of the premiere areas of the country as well as a selection of fine American and local micro-brews. Come on in and be a part of the Solitude family!Continued
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Honeycomb Grill reviews from OpenTable diners
4 reviews since May 21, 2014
- Ambiance4.5Noise LevelModerate
scenic view (3)great for brunch (2)great for outdoor dining (2)kid-friendly (1)good for groups (1)romantic (1)special occasion (1)great for lunch (1)neighborhood gem (1)Show More
- Great view and foodBCCdinerDined on 8/2/2014Steak was cooked nicely. D pizza as appetizer a fabulous app. Understaffed that night but made up for with attitude. Nice wine recommendation from Billy.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not worth the viewDineoutoftenVIPDined on 7/19/2014...and the view is beautiful. Services was terrible. Menu was not as advertised on website; no entrees, no daily specials, and the food as described by our server was average at best. We must have ordered the wrong items, as ours wasn't even average. The evening was topped off by being told the espresso machine has been broke for about a year and management doesn't care about getting it fixed. Seriously, it's more than the espresso machine that needs fixing.Special Features:
- The following 11 reviews are from the Honeycomb Grill reviews archive.
- The food and view was great,OpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 3/8/2014The food and view was great, but the service was really bad. The waitress wouldn't split our checks and service was really slow even though we were the only ones in the restaurant for 1.5 hours.Special Features:
- Your only choice in solitudeJ105steveVIPDined on 2/15/2014Lots of kids. $16 pretty good burgers. Broiled chicken $18 was good. $11 Caesar was good. $35 steak was overcooked and half fat. The chicken tenders were awful. The frito misto was terrible. Good wine list, expensive. Crazy loud unprofessional head cook can be heard goofing off from anywhere in the room. Those horrible fluorescent lights in the high ceiling, that went away in the kimmi's era, are creeping back in. Otherwise a nice room. Stick to basics, and Honeycomb is expensive and ok. Your only family restaurant choice in the complex. Silver fork is much much better, authentic, fun, less expensive, and they will pick you up for free at solitude when you call them, usually in 5 or 10 minutes. St Bernard's is very good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Unpleasantly surprisedFoodie36Dined on 2/14/2014The decor is warm and inviting so we were excited for a good meal. The waitress was kind and friendly but the food was not good at all. We canceled all future reservations there while staying nearby. I would blame that it was valentines day and they were busy but they were only half full. Wish we could give a better rating but we just can't.
- post ski dinnerskithehillDined on 2/14/2014Carrot risotto and salmon were excellent. Reasonable in-mountain dining.
- bad food, nice serverSolitudeDined on 12/31/2013Used to come here when it was Kimi's. It had great food then. Now the food is poor. The service is slow. Totally disappointed.
- Thanksgiving Dinner ExcellentSlcdenbinDined on 11/28/2013Our family of 4 dined at Honeycomb on thanksgiving. The service was great and the food was excellent. I had the polenta with wild mushroom to start. I thought this was the best part of the meal. It was so yummy. Then butter lettuce salad which had apples and cheese and just the right amount of dressing. Then for dinner the turkey which was delicious with stuffing and mash potatoes and sweet potatoes all wonderful. My other family members tried the potato soup which they loved! Goat cheese appetizer and shrimp cake appetizer. My son ordered the steak which he said was great. Not one complaint. We were so full, took our deserts to go. !!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Thanksgiving feast.OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/28/2013We are here for Thanksgiving. It was pricy but worth it. It was a special experience and the food was greatSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Went for Sunday brunch andeat2liveVIPDined on 5/19/2013Went for Sunday brunch and the food was very good. Some small issues on initial service but the staff is personable and made up for a few early misses in the table set-up and service. Breakfast items are unique and very flavorful without being too exotic. Choices appealed to three generations at the table. The menu is new and they should grow more familiar with the offerings with another Sunday under their belt. Definitely worth the trip to Solitude if the weather is nice or if you plan on skiing during the season.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great place in solitude.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 2/14/2013Great place in solitude. Whole family loved it. For apris ski the fondue was fantastic and the kids loved the pizzas. Visit Tim in the bar Monday thru Thursday for great conversation.Special Features:
- Solitude's best restaurant!OpenTable Diner Since 2004Dined on 2/9/2013Great food and service at a very reasonable price.Special Features:
- We stayed in Solitude - EagleOpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 12/28/2012We stayed in Solitude - Eagle Springs West - our condo was fabulous, and the skiing was perfect. Honeycomb Grill however was beyond disappointing - they ran out of Pizza Dough our first visit - pizza is a main section of the menu. They ran out of hamburgers two out of three visits, and the rest of the food was so so. It is one of two sit down restaurants in the village so options were limited. Not a great start for this place...