About The Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge
Alpine elegance, an innovative menu and an award-winning wine list have combined to make the Glitretind at Stein Eriksen Lodge Park City’s most breathtaking dining experience. Nestled among picturesque aspens at Deer Valley Resort, the Glitretind offers regional American cuisine in a warm and elegant setting. Executive Chef Zane Holmquist’s savory dishes are served daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Treat yourself to Utah's "Best Sunday Brunch” with live in the Glitretind, presented weekly with live music.
Park City, UT 84060
Contemporary American, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Hours: Breakfast: Daily, 7:00am - 10:30am
Brunch: Sunday, 11:30am - 2:30pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday, 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Daily, 6:00pm - 9:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Enjoy live entertainment during the winter months at Aprés Ski and weekly Sunday Brunch.
Treat groups and gatherings of all sizes to the award-winning dining Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley is known for. From casual to the most culinary, our seasoned culinary and event teams can create the perfect dining experience for your needs. For more information and menu choices, contact us at email@example.com or (866) 773-8980.
Paid valet parking in underground, heated garage.
The town of Park City offers a complimentary transit system that runs regularly from 7:30am to 10pm everyday. If you have questions on departure times, please contact the Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley concierge at firstname.lastname@example.org or (435) 645-6460.
Private Party Facilities:
Full ballroom, private dining rooms and break areas. An inspiring environment helps to create a special moment that everyone will remember, and few places in the world are as inspiring as Steins. In addition, our incomparable service will make sure that your event is exquisitely planned and executed, so nothing interferes with the occasion and everything within our means is done to enhance it. We can cater the event with our world-renowned dining, provide any audio or video equipment needed, or better yet, our event coordinators can take care of all of these details for you.
Private Party Contact:
Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley Group Sales: (866) 773-8980
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
An inspiring environment helps to create a special moment that everyone will remember, and few places in the world are as inspiring as Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley. For more information or to book your event, contact us at email@example.com or (866) 773-8980.
The Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge Ratings and Reviews
Probably the best dinner I’ve ever had. The service was phenomenal and the food was elevated to say the least. Johnny our server had fantastic suggestions regarding the menu and wine pairing. The cauliflower truffle soup was unreal. My wife had the filet which was amazing. I had the fish of the day which was exceptionally well prepared. Finally I highly recommend the trio of homemade sorbet (mango was ridiculous)! All in all, great experience. A little pricey but you definitely are getting what you pay for!
the food is good, not phenomenal, the wait staff is good, the value for your dollar is lacking. 62 dollars for 1.5 ounces of elk. it was good, we went to goldener hirsch for appetizers after as we were all hungry . nicely decorated, feels very ski lodge which is perfect for mid mountain dining.
Ya know, we love this restaurant. It's one of our favorites and this past experience will in no way, shape, or form deter us from returning; however everything just fell flat and seemed a bit lazy and disorganized this last visit.
I realize that in the grand scheme of life our critiques of the evening are not a big deal at all and may even sound petty to some readers. But when you're paying nearly top dollar for food and service and you're used to an always consistent and lovely meal, it's a bummer when it underwhelms, especially when it wasn't crowded that night in the dining room.
In no specific order:
-The appetizer and salads came out at the same time after requesting to start with the appetizer. We had to reach over our salad plates to get to the appetizer and it all felt crowded, rushed, and poorly orchestrated.
-No one refilled our wine glasses after multiple servers and the sommelier passed by our table many times. Same with our bottled water.
-The Farmer Jones salad was literally just 2 blocks of romaine, that were actually partially wilted, and a drizzle of dressing that wasn't enough to dress one leaf. This is usually great!
-The Poulet Rouge Chicken was extremely salty, the carrots were so undercooked you couldn't even stab them with a fork and it actually hurt someone in our party's TMJ when they tried to bite into it. (I wish I were being dramatic but this actually occurred). It all just felt lazy and last minute... and tasted like airplane food because of the amount of sodium in the dish.
Again, we LOVE this restaurant and we will come back and I feel uncomfortable about leaving this review but I think you guys should know.
So, what happened here? We all left a little bummed out and more confused than upset.
Upscale mountain lodge theme that screams mountain lodge decor everywhere. Overkill for me. Food and service is very very good. A bit of an annoyance walking from valet/parking to the restaurant. The lodge is old and was not laid out very well when planned. In my opinion it is ranked so high because of how long its been around. If you want to feel important with excellent service and food in a quiet stuffy mountain lodge setting then I highly recommend.
I thought this place was going to be the five star rating that I read about, but unfortunately, it wasn't. The food isn't great- not a lot of flavor. My "medium" steak was beyond rare, the soup lacked flavor and was relatively bland, and the salad was not good.
The dessert was fantastic.
Be prepared for your views to be of construction equipment at this time. They are re-doing the deck and the materials are everywhere.
Outstanding from start to finish. Incredible wine list. Beautifully presented meal and sommelier smoothe as silk. Butter tender filet. Delicious cheese course. Thyme ice cream with blackberry sorbetto and cracked pepper cookie was sublime. That said, rabbit was salty. However, due to a real WOW dinner otherwise, completely forgiven. My new favorite restaurant.
The Deer Valley - Park City area has an abundance of excellent, high quality restaurants. This is one of the tops. We went in late September which is the off season for this area. As such the dining room was very quiet which is not what to expect especially during the ski season. The food and service were excellent. The menu was a bit limited when we went. Having said that the dessert what out of this world.
One of the advantages of off season is that many of the restaurants offer two entrees for the price of one. We took advantage of that offer.
Prices are not for the faint of heart at this incredibly wonderful setting, But then it is the old gold standard location in Deer Valley/Park City. We were surprised by the limited menu. My food was good but nothing unique. Others in our party of 6 had good food and some not so much. The highly recommended strip steak came out over done and had to be sent back to start over while the rest of us ate our dinners. The chicken was also over cooked resulting is a very dry offering. The wine list is extensive and with at least a 100% mark up on the more moderate bottles. We were enticed to this restaurant by the two for one entrée offer. So the $46 entrées were essentially $25 or so per person. Appetizers were expensive and nothing all that creative.
We came for a dinner for 4 on Labor Day night. We have eaten here 15-20 times and each time is gets a little worse. Limited, but very expensive menu, and the quality wasn't up to their standards. Maybe the regular cooks were taking Labor Day off. The food quality just isn't worth the price
This was one of the best restaurants I have ever been to. The servers were excellent, the menu was adventurous but not overwhelming, and the atmosphere is stunning. I couldn't afford to eat there regularly, but for a big special occasion, it was a home run!
Stein Erickson's restaurant never disappoints. The service is over the top! Food is amazing! Everyone's meal was prepared to perfection. Rabbit Succotash was beautifully presented and delicious. Snapper was wonderful. Salmon was a hit with two in our party. Thank you Glitretend! Special shout out to Dillin, one of our servers.
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