This restaurant used to be elegant and high end. We have been coming for years each time we visit Park City. Suddenly it is a glorified coffee shop. The lighting is cafeteria style. I could see the spots on the carpet. The food is good but expensive for this type of environment. Little children are running all over and I had to move around baby carriages to get to my table. The bar seems much more interesting. I could se myself eating there. Riverhorse seems to have maintained their elegance. I won’t be dining at prime again. Btw, service was good.
We have been coming to Park City for 22 years now and we normally stay at Marriott's Summit Watch which is about 100 feet away from the Prime Steak House.
I must admit we have never eaten at the Prime but at the Grub Steak but one person in our group was under the weather so we just walked to the Prime. It was neat to not wear a coat in January in Park City and just scoot over to the Prime from our villa.
I must say their steaks are a better cut of meat (Prime) and the portions are humongous
so we ordered drinks and the Margaretta I got was probably the best Margaretta I've ever had
no mix - all natural ingredients
The steaks were to die for - cooked exactly right and the server asked if we would cut into them to make sure everything was just right - 100% correct. Two ladies in our group had the chicken and they were very impressed.
Next year we plan to visit both restaurants and we will see which is best; I can see this tradition going on for many years to come.
Highly recommend the Prime Steak House
Bar area dining is great.
Excellent service, the food melts in your mouth. Will definitely return as we purchased a gift card for our friend and her husband as a thank for hospitality.
Food and service was fantastic. Highly recommend.
The food was good. The service was good except for the feeling of being rushed through the meal (even at 6 pm). The wine pour was quite meager as were the portions hence the lower rating in value.
Really great ambiance and meal. Loved the tuna tar-tar, beet salad and aged bone in ribeye. Added bonus was the talented pianist, Robin who kept us entertained.
Scott was the best!!
Excellent, as always! Great food, great service, very tasty food.
The steak is served on 500 degree plates and comes sizzling to your table. The steak lovers in my family had filets and ribeyes, and the consensus was it was some of the best steak they had ever eaten (and we have eaten in many a steakhouse in many a town). The sides were also delicious. Two thumbs up for the baked potato which was baked with a salt and pepper rub on the skin which gave it a really nice flavor. The portions were large, so best to order a few for the table and share. The one room for food improvement in our meal was the wedge salad. There was not enough dressing, and the dressing lacked flavor (add salt). The onions they served on the salad were awful. I, an admitted onion lover, took them off my plate and I was very disappointed because I love my onions! They were thick, onion ring size and were from the outer most part of the onion, so they were not crisp and flavorful. On a better note, the ambiance was nice and our service was good, too. They re-filled our water glasses regularly and the waitress came by several times to check on us - very attentive service despite the restaurant being full. But, I am saving the best for last - the piano bar! What fun! We could hear it from our table and stopped in after dinner. Wish we could have stayed and enjoyed it, but there wasn't a seat to be had. We will definitely return here. One caution - the prices are upscale steakhouse high, so it is definitely not a cheap eat, but worth it. We will come back on our next ski trip for sure. Hopefully, they have read this review by then and upped their wedge salad game because I am looking forward to it!
Best steak I have ever had!!! Great for a date if you are trying to impress them.
Delicious crab cakes, salads and of course, steak. A Park City classic for the well healed...prepare yourself for the tab.
Food was delicious as always & waitress was delightful.
The performer this particular night was awful and listening to her pitchy trills made it hard to enjoy dinner completely.
Really good steaks and sides. The service can be slow, but my teens thought it was worth the wait. We had the chocolate melting cake and raspberry sorbet for dessert. The desserts were not huge, which was nice.
What an underwhelming experience. Shortly after sitting down, we ordered appetizers which arrived in less than 5 minutes. That would be great except we still hadn't ordered our drinks or meals so we're sitting there with our bulky menus for another 10 minutes before anyone came to take our order and while our apps got cold. We were perplexed as I've never had such an odd experience. The food was good, as expected for a steakhouse. The molten lava chocolate cake which we pre-ordered as necessary was totally disappointing - both in its extremely small size and its taste. We won't bother to return.