A little hard to get there, you have to outside behind hotel. But worth it.
Very good good and excellent service
Rude service. the place was almost empty and we had a table under a light that was literally a spotlight on my boyfriends face. We asked to move or have the lights dimmed. They were so rude and didn’t do anything. We finally just moved our own table!
The artichoke appetizer was delicious! Everything else was below average, including my drink. It’s Utah so I know not to ask for more alcohol, but I had to keep adding other ingredients to it to make it drinkable. The main course fish was drowning in a watery sauce and soggy. There were barely any veggies with it.
Just a bad overall experience and no one there cared.
PC has too many good places to go to risk eating here!!
food was so/so. better in concept than execution. short ribs were dry, salads overly sweet. nothing really stood out. left hungry.
We always love to go to Farm. The chef is very innovative and create interesting dishes with a mix of soft and crunch for example
I had not been to this restaurant in about 6 years after the last bad experience I had here. Sadly, this experience was not better. There was a private party in the yurt which took priority over our table... we waited an hour and half before our entrees came out, our server did not check in with us often or seem to realize we were without wine and water half the time. I will not be going back anytime soon.
Nice service with attention to detail. The farmer's cheese appetizer was loved by everyone at the table. The bison short rib was very tender and tasty. The chicken was very good and the spicy slaw was excellent. Pork shank was also quite good. Accompaniments to each dish were well-balanced with the protein. Vegetable pave was the only thing we didn't like--it was too vinegary.
Great improvement with this new chef. Well decorated, attentive staff, and really delicious. Much better that with a previous visit.
My only suggestion is in regard to the service.
Our waiter was great. Personable. Friendly. Informative. Attentive but not hovering... perfect really.
But the busters and the hostess and the runners did not communicate with the waiter and we wound up feeling that our conversation was often interrupted to answer the same questions and say we were happy and not in need of anything.
We had a great night with lovely conversation food and ambiance. Just relax the service a hair so guests can enjoy each other’s company with a little less interruption.
My friends and I were blown away how fabulous our dinner was! Highly recommend this place!
Great food and ambiance in the bar for our table of 6.
Enjoyed the gnocchi, black cod, chicken, and pork. All of it was delicious. Will definitely be back again!
I gathered 5 friends for a girls trip to PC/PC Art Show. We had dinner reservations every night (Tupelo, Firewood, Riverhorse, Ghidotti's and The Farm. The Farm was by far the best meal we had! The menu was so creative and delicious. Best items: meat and cheese platter (the BEST we ever had); bone marrow, foie gras creme brûlée. The Farm has a new chef and you can tell the difference. We come to The Canyons a few times each year and this meal was not the usual meal I have had in the past. Highly recommend!
We go to Park City each year and this is the best dining option in the whole area.
I ate outside during a live music event. The setting was lovely and the staff very attentive. The food sounded excellent and creative, but was not as flavorful as I had hoped. The foie gras brûlée had only the faintest hint of foie gras flavor, although the candied bacon was delicious (how can it not?). The mushroom risotto was thick and glutinous , bland with only the faintest hint of mushrooms. The pavlova desert was airy and tasty. I would have liked more fruit. I did enjoy the home made bread and jam.
Unbelievable plating of each dish. Great flavors too from appetizer to entree.
Great experience from start to finish, and highlight is farm to table cuisine, magnificently prepared and presented.
We were staying up in the area and decided to try out the Farm because it met both the gluten free and vegetarian dining needs of our party. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the decor and the food. Our server recommended a couple of items from the appetizer list, and the wine selection was quite good. Our entrees were great as well. I had the pave which was fairly new to the menu. On the way out we had a nice chat with the executive chef who was very interested in our feedback on the items we had. Overall the service and food made for a nice evening.
One of the better spots in the Village. Something of a foody menu with interesting twists. Service impeccable considering the resort venue.
Food was superb with lots of options. Staff were very friendly.
Consistently great food! Love the local sourced food focus. Only have eaten in the bar area. Would have liked to eat in restaurant part.
New chef has really stepped up the menu and palate! Enjoyed it for my birthday from the roasted corn appetizer, fish & beef entrees and the pavlova dessert
The food was amazing, and the service and attention was perfect. We can’t wait to return!
The Farm is not easy to find since it faces the mountain but, it is definitely worth looking for. The menu as written does not seem very exciting but the food is simply amazing. We had a heavily vegetarian dinner --and none of the three of us is vegetarian. The server was very helpful and her recommendations were spot on. You definitely need to inquire about the content and preparation of the dishes before you order.
We had an outstanding evening at The Farm. We ordered the cheese platter to share which was a light start to an evening of truly fine dining. My husband is a vegetarian and he was able to find several options to choose from. I enjoyed the Chicken Breast dinner which came with succulent beans as a side. Wonderful. I would be very comfortable recommending The Farm to anyone who truly enjoys a fine dining experience with an attentive waitstaff and an easy comfortable environment.
The team did a great job. I really appreciated the chef coming out to say hello. Added a great touch. Well done to the entire team.
Apre ski and lunch !
Outstanding food served by a very competent staff in a comfortable atmosphere!
Sent my meal back, It was served cold and fish wasn’t cooked, menu limited and value not there. Service unfriendly would not recommend or visit again
We are going to make going to The Farm a yearly tradition when we are in Park City.
If you can't dinner, go for dessert. The blood orange ice w/boysenberry sauce, and candied fennel sitting on a whipped marzipan base was exceptional! Great inspiration for celebrating the 4th of July in Maine; I'll substitute in sweetened Maine blueberries and darken the orange ice for a Red, White, and Blue show. The other desserts looked just as good.
We had an early dinner by the lounge area. It was nice and service was good.
We start off with bone marrow which was pretty good. Our main course was tasty but both the diver scallops and venison ware a little salty.
A really decent place for lunch. It's located right at the bottom of the gondola so it's perfect to grab a quick bite and get back to skiing. The food is good. We tried four items on the menu and liked them all. The Reuben sandwich was great. Disappointed they don't have draft beer but they said it's something about Utah law and the allowed amount of alcohol...not sure on that one. All the other restaurants had draft beer. The restaurant is a little overpriced like everything else in Park City but it's still a pretty good place. I'd go back.
Excellent service, very good food and ambiance on the bar area.
Our family comes to the farm year after year. We love everything we order, every single time.
Wow! I mean, wow! Everything was amazing ! I had dinner here two nights in a row and the food was literally the best food I’ve ever tasted in my life. I’m not exaggerating. Everything from the cocktails, to the appetizers to the main course and then desert. Everything was five star! You won’t regret this location for your next meal.
Excellent dinner, fresh and creative dishes, outstanding service. Worth the price
Excellent food but expensive. Large wine list but 90% + of the bottles of wine are north of $100 and steeply marked up in my view. Otherwise a great place to eat.
Don't bother eating here. We have eaten at The Farm for six years during our annual ski trip. Sad to say, it is not what it used to be. The food is very good...but it doesn't make up for the rest of the experience. We are of medicare age with a 30 something son and were asked for our IDs at the door. This has never happened in the past. The friendly hostess asked where we were from and then disparaged one of our locations. We were seated in the bar, which has been OK in the past when we were having an app at the bar after skiing. For a meal, we do not like having TVs around us. The bar was quite chilly and we asked if the cooling air could be adjusted. We were told that the restaurant has no control over their temperature (hard to believe). There was a table of guests who were quite loud and very friendly with the staff; so much so that it was hard to talk at our table. Service was perfunctory and not very timely. The restaurant seemed to feel it was doing us a favor by allowing us to eat there.
Highly recommended by some friends who frequent PC. Food was good but not spectacular. Hostess service was euro-rude at best. Great views. Price was fair. Would eat there again.