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About Riverhorse on Main
Riverhorse on Main offers award-winning cuisine in Park City's most spectacular setting. The restaurant has been a DiRoNA award recipient since 1995 and is the only restaurant in Utah to receive the Mobile Travel Four Star Award.
Park City, UT 84060
Contemporary American, Seafood, Italian
Hours of Operation:
Open 7 nights with dinner starting at 5:00PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Utah's finest Pop and Jazz entertainers perform nightly.
Whether it is an opulent celebration for hundreds, or an intimate dinner, the Riverhorse brings it 27 years of four star dining into your home or event space. From organizing a cocktail reception, buffet or seated dinner, every detail is finessed so that clients may relax and enjoy. The consistency of magnificent food and service from the Riverhorse, makes an event designed by us, a reason to indulge.
Paid parking is available through the meters on Main Street.
Complimentary parking is available behind the restaurant or in the China Bridge Parking Garage
Directly adjacent to the transit center
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wine
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Riverhorse on Main Ratings and Reviews
This is our third time dining at Riverhorse on Main and were a little disappointed with our dining experience last night. We thought the service was still very good but the staff were not as attentive as in the past. Our meal was good but I was disappointed with the Caesar salad and spinach and artichoke soup. The tomahawk pork chop made up for that but I’ll pause on our next trip before coming here rather than trying another one of Park City’s fantastic restaurants. Lastly, I thought the restaurant could have done more to decorate for the holidays. It didn’t look much different then being here in the summertime.
Special dinner for our last evening in Park City. Been wanting to dine here since hearing good reviews and did not disappoint. Excellent service from beginning to end. Must make reservations in advance or you may be turned away. We got lucky and got one of the last early (six-ish) tables. The place filled up quickly and completely; it's that good. I had the wild game trio of buffalo, venison, and elk; my wife enjoyed the macadamia nut crusted halibut. Both were excellent. Game trio was perfectly prepared and not 'gamey' at all. Halibut was perfect and not overwhelmed by crust which some places often do. Dessert of blueberry cobbler was not too sweet; just right. Wife's cocktail was a berry mojito; I drank Woodford Reserve. Very pleased and will return each time we visit PC.
Upon arrival, we were quite impressed with the architecture, design, and overall ambiance of the restaurant. We were greeted by a friendly and engaging staff. The live music was a nice touch and further added to the vibe of the evening.
The menu selection appeared impressive and creative in theory; however the actual execution of the food left much to be desired. Considering past reviews, high price point, and recognition in the industry; we expected impeccable or at least memorable cuisine. We found the meal to be very heavy, with an over abundant use of butter, heavy cream, and oils. The lobster pot pie had very little lobster and a pretty old-fashion filling; in a restaurant of this caliber, we would expect an modern spin on pot pie, with larger morsels of sea food and a lighter filling. The main courses - the short rib was a bit overdone and didn’t “fall of the bone” as expected , and the ravioli were thick, hard, and very heavy. The signature halibut dish was ok, but also swimming in a plate of rue. The best part of the meal was the salad with burrata and pomegranate, which was light and fresh.
Hopefully this amazing restaurant refines their menu to match their effortlessly chic space.
Went to celebrate my wife being preganant and felt like the staff couldn't care less about us. Service was just awful. Food was good, but not worth being neglected for an hour and a half. This definitely wasn't the worst dining experience I've ever had, but it was unequivocally the most disappointing.
My wife and I had a lovely dinner at Riverhorse. We started off with sharing an appetizer course of bacon wrapped shrimp stuffed with jalapeño and cream cheese and topped with a light Asian sweet chili sauce. Since the order came with 3, we increased the order by one. The amount of jalapeño is so slight that it only lightly flavors the cream cheese and does not make the dish spicy hot. The sauce serves as a nice counterpoint to what little spice the jalapeño adds. We then shared a poached pear and burrata salad with a white balsamic dressing, some stuffed dates and local honey, which was even better than the shrimp appetizer. For the main course, we shared the macadamia nut crusted halibut and it was superb. For dessert we shared the Dutch apple cake with cinnamon ice cream; it tasted more like a bread pudding with apples and we enjoyed it mightily. The kitchen split all of the courses we ordered and served us our shares on separate plates except for the dessert course. The wine list was interesting and we selected an Idaho viognier from Cinder Vineyards which was quite pleasant on the palate. Our waiter was quite good, attentive and a pleasure to converse with regarding the menu and food prep. The restaurant is upstairs and the decor is pleasing to the eye, with the metal wire horse looking down on the tables. All in all a wonderful dining experience.
We have been regulars at the Riverhorse for many years but had not been there in the last two years. We were pleasantly surprised by the improvements made to the facilities, but also more than pleased that the quality of food and the high level of service continued. We definitely will not be waiting another two years to go back but will make the Riverhorse one of our go-to places when we really want to enjoy an evening and a good meal.
Amazing food at a Park City icon. Wine prices seem higher than normal and the vaulted/warehouse ceiling makes noise levels a bit too loud. There was a trio, Mister Sister, playing covers - they were excellent. The food was exceptional, best meal so far in PC. Our table had the wild game trio, halibut, local trout, filet and the wagyu beef special. We ended with the molten chocolate cake. Great meal celebrating a real estate purchase and a birthday.
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