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About J&G Grill at The St. Regis Deer Valley
A comfortable yet elegant hideaway – signature Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten sophistication realized far from home.
J&G Grill combines a curated selection of Jean-Georges’
greatest appetizers, side dishes and accompaniments from his
portfolio of domestic and international restaurants around the
world with the highest quality meats and freshest local fish
available in the market. Simply grilled preparations
accompanied by bold condiments anchor the J&G Grill dining
experience at the St. Regis Deer Valley.
Park City, UT 84060
American, Asian, French
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free valet parking at the St Regis Lower Level Entrance. Proceed to the Funicular to the restaurant and bar, located on the 3rd floor.
Private Party Facilities:
Host your special event at the J&G Grill in one of our private spaces. With seating capacities ranging from 10 to 42 people, our private spaces are flexible and can accommodate everything from company gatherings to birthday parties in private, or semi-private fashion. For all large parties of 11 or more at the J&G Grill, please dial 435-940-5720 to speak to someone directly.
Private Party Contact:
Anissia.Shalton@stregis.com: (435) 940-5736
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wine
J&G Grill at The St. Regis Deer Valley Ratings and Reviews
The service was great, but the food was really underwhelming. My wife had a burger and i had the flank steak w truffle fries. We were really looking forward to a nice lunch at the Regis but in our 4 days spent in Park City it was probably the worst meal, food wise. View was amazing and service was great. Would give it a another chance but wouldnt go out of my way.
We reserved for a New Years dinner several months ago. A couple days prior to our dinner we received an email advising us that the only dinner option was a $215.00 pp tasting menu offering a seven course meal. We don’t normally like tasting menus, but agreed since we didn’t have many other alternatives available given such a short notice. We thought this is a St. Regis restaurant-it has to be great! Right? Wrong... The food was medoiocre and the service not much better. The server struggled to keep our table clean and ready for the next plate. At times we thought they wouldn’t change our silverware between tastings. The food was at times served cold and when we complained they heated it and then brought together with the following tasting option. The plates were at times casually tossed on our table diner style. Overall, we felt as if we were taken for a ride. Some of you may say: well it’s New Years-what else can you expect? But, then again the place wasn’t full and didn’t appear overwhelmed with too many guests. We highly recommend you stay away from this restaurant.
Service was terrible. We were 6 people and 2 people had to wait 20 minutes for their main courses. Unacceptable at a restaurant of this caliber and price point. We were also in the wine room and one of us had to get up so a waiter could climb a ladder over our heads to get a bottle for another table. Been coming here since it opened. Worst experience ever.
While we love the St Regis, this restaurant has sadly gone downhill in quality. I ordered the tasting menu. The soup was cold, the salad was boring, the entree portion of fish was tiny and unflavorful but the dessert was good.
My husband's tuna entree was also boring. I will only return for cocktails and dessert in the future. Very disappointed.
I have been coming to J&G for over five years now. Sadly, I have noticed the quality of the food decline over the past couple of years. This place could be so much better as the ambiance, service and setting are all top notch. I will probably not be coming back here as there are better options for food in town.
I took my wife here for our 22nd anniversary, and it was wonderful from start to finish--from the fun ride up the funicular railway to the awesome Bloody Marys, from the great food and service. The tasting menu was terrific and the desserts came with "Happy Anniversary" written on the plates...in chocolate! What a special meal--the hostess even reserved the table next to the fireplace for us.
Made res for Sunday lunch at 2:30 but when we arrived we were told the restaurant was closed. We were sent to the outside dining area of the bar, which worked out fine. But Open Table should differentiate between the grill and the bar.
Once seated outside, everything was great.
We waited for sometime before anyone noticed us Then a server came to our table to say that we were not in his service area but he would give us the same service. We waited again to order and even asked three different people passing by if we could order. Finally a manager came by and took our order. We all ordered the prix fixe four course menu but the manager I guess didn't realize until we told him that there were choices to be made for appetizer and entrees. Before he finished our original service came back to our area and apologized for leaving us for so long. We had attentive service from then on. The food was generally very good and all was well. They wished our birthday girl a happy birthday at one point. While we were walking out, the manager approached us and asked if everything was OK. I told him that some restaurants would bring a candle or something with the dessert. He said, oh he didn't to that? We just talked about it. For this "special" occasion, the evening was a bit disappointing.
We always enjoy summer meals at J & G. The food is consistently delightful. Some of the favorites this evening were the grouper, papperadelle, bone marrow and salmon. For dessert, the salted caramel sundae topped with caramel popcorn is a signature and a must have. I gave J & G a lower rating this visit as the service was extremely slow. We will dine here again...hoping tonight was just an off night service-wise.
Excellent service and food. Very distracting music from a wedding near buy at the venue that made it hard to hear one another talk. Valet was extremely busy due to an event in the area but they handled the high traffic well. Had to cut dinner short due to high traffic on Sat. night and not wanting to be stuck in over an hour long traffic jam.
Annabelle says: Service was impeccable. Standing by for the slightest need, yet not badgering.
Food extraordinary flavors intensified by colorful sauces. We shared the Curry Lamb and the Asian Grouper. The dessert was cool and melded the beautiful colors of roasted plums, cherries, and crème fraiche cheesecake. Comfy chairs!
Excellent food service and ambience . Great for locals as well as guests . Everything we ate including muscles tuna tartare pork chops group or strawberry salad and Panna cotta was expertly prepared and served In a fairly quiet but spacious and beautiful setting. It is hard to criticize a restaurant when the worst part of the experience is the funicular ride up to it
We had dinner at this glorious location before an outdoor Summer concert at the Snow Basin, a two minute walk from the St. Regis. Expecting stratospheric prices, I anticipated mediocre food, sacrificing my wallet for convenience. However, the food at J&G surprised me.
The cooking wasn't great, but it was good. The tomato soup sounded innovative but was just okay, while my Caesar salad was quite copious and classically prepared. Curry is one of my favorite spices. My lamb shank in green curry had just the right amount of bite. It was smashing, and the best dish of the night. Prepared well, the Red Snapper was just not memorable. Desserts were very good and certainly not precious. Service was formal with a touch of warmth.
Our check came to $200.00 without gratuity. That included two appetizers, two mains, two desserts, one glass of wine, and two cocktails. For this fabulous view, class, and experience, that is not too bad.
My friends and I went there for a birthday dinner. The service was extremely slow even though there were only a few other tables. It took 45 minutes for them to even get our first plate out. The waitstaff was slow and not very congenial.
I ordered the recommended red snapper and it was the saltiest, soupiest meal I've ever been given. I could o my take two bites.
The tomato soup was good thank heavens
But the salted caramel sundae was horrible. Like it tasted really bland and terrible. The popcorn on it was good.
This is my first time and I will never be back. I couldn't believe how wrong they got everything! For the price?!? Come on!
I had really high expectation of this place but the menu was very limited specially for people who does not eat sea food or fish. Even for steak, one one option, no chicken. Overall very expensive place with very limited menu. I would recommend, just eating at the bar (outside seating) as its worth the view.
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