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About Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center
Located overlooking the world-famous Snake River Canyon, be prepared to be amazed by both the meal and Canyon Crest's impressive backdrop. We are proud to feature award-winning executive chef Richard Berger, whose experience in the finest kitchens from Beverly Hills, to Atlanta, to Chicago, bring the best of the American Bistro taste you won't find anywhere else.
Twin Falls, ID 83301
American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Bistro
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 11:30am to 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:30am to 1:00am
Pole Line Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Occasional live music on Saturday evenings.
Full offsite catering available for up to 600 people.
Our attached Event Center often holds large gatherings, so don't worry if the parking lot seems full. We will be ready to seat you in our picturesque dining room or lounge.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Our multi-course wine pairing dinners are served on the third Wednesday of each month. If you want to attend, please contact the restaurant directly at 208-733-9392. Reservations are required and this monthly event starts at 7pm. More information can be found at www.CanyonCrestDining.com
Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve Buffets. Please contact us at 208-733-9392 for reservations on these dates.
Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center Ratings and Reviews
Staff was very attentive. Almost overly so. Checked in with us a lot. Had to request bread as table next to us did too. Do not know if they forgot or only comes if requested. Atmosphere was fabulous, location good and facility cozy and comfortable. Food selection was kind of unique and limited. Dishes we had were good but would surely try something else next time.
We walked out before ordering. First, the restaurant had only 2 tables occupied. They have this great view with huge windows overlooking the Snake River and the canyon. So, I was taken aback wen the hostess wanted to seat us in a booth away from the view, even though all the tables at the windows were vacant. So, I asked, and moved over to the windows. The table had not been bused, so I asked her to clean the top. 10 minutes later, after being reminded, she finally did. A party of 6 came in then, and immediately were asked for a drink order. We still had not been asked. Then their drinks came, and we still had not been asked for our order.
I had eaten at Elevation 436 the evening before, so the comparison is bias. Unfortunately, my experience here was not wonderful. The power had gone out, so they lost my reservation. It was a holiday, and some of the surrounding restraunts were closed, so it was extremely busy. And they were understaffed. I only saw 3 waiters. One was the bartend, and the other was the host. It look over an hour and a half to be seated. Luckily they had a wine list and bar to wait. We were there for two and half more hours before we finished our meal . The view on the Patio is absolutely breathtaking !!! That is the best part of this place. Worth a visit just for that, and the food was really good once it came. It's really too bad that the decor of the place isn't updated, and the service better. Because this place could really be some thing Special. It reminded me of an older steak house. Very dark and woody inside, definitely request a seat on the Patio. 😊
Tourist travelling through area and discovered Canyon Crest by accident. Altered travel plans to dine at Canyon Crest again on our return home. Their appetizers definitely qualify as small plates as my wife made her meal with appetizers. Great food, great service and spectacular scenery of the Snake River Canyon from patio.
Recommend restaurant highly!!!!!!!!
We had a late reservation 9pm which may have had something to do with the place being empty but either way it was empty. The food was ok nothing spectacular but good. It seemed as though employees wanted to go home. We were there on a Friday night so we were a bit miffed why it was empty. The view is outa control! Great views of the Perrine Bridge and the Canyon.
First off, the ambience is ok inside the restaurant but the views are breathtaking. On the edge of the snake river canyon you couldn't ask for a prettier view.
That said, not too much else positive to say. I will say the food wasn't that bad. Actually glimmers of yumminess in a couple of the 6 entrees we ordered. But the cocktails were brutally bad literally all alcohol no mixer (I think the kid making them was actually trying to do something nice by using epic pours, but they were literally undrinkable).
The other issue for me, and I may be admittedly more picky than some but There was a point during the meal when we had our appetizers, soups (that were burnt)/salads, and entrees on the table at the same time. For me I much prefer having a moment to actually enjoy my food rather than being served so quickly that you can't recognize the difference between courses.
Anyway, this place has a lot of potential. If they could get a bartender, some skilled waitstaff and up their game in the kitchen it could be a really amazing place for a date or special occasion (ours was a birthday). Especially with those views. Could be great.
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