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About The Farm
The Farm features an innovative menu that focuses on regionally sourced ingredients. Located in the heart of Canyons Village, The Farm was named one of “Utah’s 25 Best Restaurants” in 2015. This rustic, yet refined restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor dining, and features a welcoming lounge with an amazing selection of wines. Reservations recommended, call (435) 615-8080 or OpenTable.
Park City, UT 84098
Hours of Operation:
The Farm is now open for the Winter Season:
- Lunch 11:30am-2:30pm
- Apres Ski 2:30pm-4:30pm
- Dinner 5pm-10pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wine
The Farm Ratings and Reviews
The ambience was very nice. Our table looked out into the ski slope. However, the service was a bit slow, Dinner was over two hours. The appetizer was the best part of the meal (farm cheese)
The entrees were very pricey- $38 for a meal worth about $20, will not recommend nor go back!!
We ate with our children and the staff were exceptional! They opened up the yurt for our children “just because” they wanted to sit In there. The hostess brought games. The waitress gave details on every item on he menu. The service was personal and we felt extremely well taken care of. We’ll be coming back here every year for sure!
Enjoyed the menu twice while in the Canyons. Each meal was wonderful. An interesting mix of German and American favorites. Roast Pork Shank was incredible and a great rack of lamb won hands down at our table. These plates would hold their own in San Fran, New York or Austin! A must eat while in town.
It was good, but I was expecting more based on the reviews and rating of this restaurant. We went for lunch since it was booked solid for dinner. The menu we were given did not match what was on the website. It only had sandwiches, a charcuterie board, a soup (a curry coconut, they had run out of tomato), a chili and two salads. Everything was good, but not anything more interesting or better than what you find anywhere else. My salad was just mixed greens with a vinaigrette. The charcuterie board had a cheese, a salami (really good), a very good chutney, raw spinach leaves (?), and a honey. The soup and chili were delicious, but very similar to what we had on the mountain. The sandwiches were also very similar to what you could get elsewhere. Honestly, nothing special.
The worst part was that our reservation was for 2:45 pm. As we were getting settled and ordering drinks we were rushed to order because the kitchen was closing at 3:00 pm and we needed to get our order in before 3:00 pm. It turns out that they were closed during apres-ski time, even though the website said they would be open continuously (just a different menu) from 3:00 - 5:00 pm. They closed at 3:00 pm. No one called to tell us that the restaurant would be closing at 3:00 pm. None of it was bad, but there was nothing great or outstanding about the experience.
Meeting friends and family after the slopes, our very personable waiter was assigned to 14 tables and it took 30 minutes to order, not his fault. Food was decent, but not what expected based on other reviews. Management needs to either become more helpful and personable or be replaced.
The menu offers some very interesting and tasty options. The service, however, was very uneven. Staff were friendly and initially almost over attentive and then we experienced long lags in timing between courses and staggered delivery of dishes for different guests. For a table of four, delivery all entrees and desserts within approximately the same time frame should be standard for a restaurant of this caliber. That was not our experience. For example, at the end of our meal, we waited 15 minutes for coffee and experienced a lag of almost 20 minutes between delivery of one dessert and the orders for the rest of the table. The overall experience just does not deliver given the cost of this establishment.
Food was amazing, charcuterie board was a highlight, as well as the perfectly cooked steak and lamb dishes. Our server Jessie made the night even more enjoyable and made some great recommendations. Overall I was very happy even though I spent more than I had anticipated.
The lamb was cooked perfectly and very mild. The bone in ribeye with succotash was well seasoned and perfect for hearty appetites. Most in our group ordered the pork chop and left nothing on their plates! Our waiter was polite & attentive without being overly bothersome. We will go again.
Absolutely outstanding. Recommend for small plates the Popcorn Shrimp and the Peach and Burrata. For large plates , the chicken and the pistachio crusted lamb were both delicious entrees. Wonderful meal; knowledgeable and friendly staff. Will definitely return!
Amazing! Our server, Jesse was wonderful. Friendly and knowledgeable with beer and wine selections. He offered great explanations of the menu items. We had the chicken (incredible!) and tenderloin (buttery and melt in your mouth goodness). We sat outside and enjoyed the scenery. Would highly recommend and definitely go back again.
This restaurant seems to be struggling. Not a lot of business on a summer weekend night. Service was desultory. Instead of asking whether we preferred to sit in the restaurant or bar, the hostess took us to the bar. When we asked to be seated in the restaurant, she told us she was simply giving us a better table. Even if true (and it was not, in our opinion), she should have asked. The food is excellent. But the experience suffered from not great service and an empty feel (better to concentrate diners than spread them out over two rooms, in my view).
The food was nicely presented, but there were very few vegetarian options and the food did not taste that great. There was a nice use of seasonal vegetables, but they didn't seem to be seasoned well and the menu was very limited in choice. Neither myself nor my wife found the food to be inspiring-- and certainly not for the prices charged. The bread tasted like it was old and from a package. Definitely not fresh. Disappointing.
We had a wonderful time. The meal and the service were very good. I had a martini made with a local old style gin that was outstanding. We started wit the house made cheese with peach chutney and grilled sourdough as an appetizer. The flavor profile was tasty. For dinner I had the stripped bass with mussels. It was very flavorful and rich broth accented with Spanish chorizo. My spouse had the pistachio crusted lamb tenderloin. The lamb was perfectly cooked and wonderfully seasoned. Overall this was a great dining experience.
This is our third time eating at The Farm. We were very disappointed. We had a party of 7 and the table they put us at was too small for our group and there were plenty of other seats. The Shrimp appetizer came with only 2 shrimp. My lamb was great. My wife's trout was very dry. The most disappointing thing was the check. There were 2 line items Service Charge and Gratuity that both had 0's. So we tipped about 20%, however when I looked at the check again there is a line item below the total that had a tip added. I am okay with it being on there, however I feel our server should have told us.
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