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About Permanently Closed - Zoom
This restaurant is permanently closed. A Sundance Resort Restaurant opened in 1995 by Robert Redford, Zoom exudes a vibrant communal atmosphere where good food and conversation are celebrated as art forms. Located in Park City, Utah on Historic Main Street, this casually elegant setting, originally a Union Pacific Depot, preserves and pays homage to Park City's pioneering roots. Zoom has a hearty yet sophisticated menu of American Cuisine with a Utah flair.
Park City, UT 84060
Hours of Operation:
Lunch 11:30 to 2:30 Daily
Dinner 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Daily
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
50" Flat Screen TV behind Bar
Private Party Facilities:
Our private room seats up to 65 people. Please see our banquet menu on our website . Call or e-mail for availability.
Private Party Contact:
Tim Rock & Carlee Wallace: (435) 649-9108
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Zoom - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
I really enjoyed myself at Zoom. I felt like the atmosphere was very inviting. It's right on Main Street in Park City and it was beautiful. It has a cool rustic feel inside - it's a Sundance restaurant. Food was great and the service was incredible. We had a great time. Their lunch menu was small in size, but outstanding.
We had a delicious dinner at Zoom - always a favorite stop when we are in Park City. Our server was excellent and the food was wonderful. We all enjoyed the roasted carrot soup - our party also had the baby back ribs and the scallops. The meals were great and the staff all friendly and helpful. We highly recommend this restaurant!
My husband and I went for a date night. I had the arugula salad and the Buffalo onion rings. Both were excellent. My husband had the fish which was also very good. He also enjoyed the appetizer meatballs. Servings were generous and the menu is very creative! We will return when we come back to the Park city area.
Our wait person was exceptional. The Brussels sprouts appetizer was delicious, and the cookie dessert was fabulous. Unfortunately our entree, the grouper, was way over cooked and pretty flavorless. Also the metal chairs were uncomfortable. We would give it another try.
We were seated upstairs with a large group. It was fine - not overly loud. But would have preferred being down in main dining room I think. It's cozy mountain decor and staff is dressed in denim and long aprons. Wine list was over-priced like just about everything in Park City. Warning that whole rack of ribs is huge (at $43 that seems fair). But they were just okay. Corn muffin was best part of meal. I just think you find way better value outside Park City - Happy to spend the money if something is really special, but like most things in PC, Zoom is'fine', leaving you with a feeling of being overcharged.
A standout in a place where there are no shortage of great options! Starting with the warm, striking decor, to the laid back but impeccable service, to the creative dishes, this was BY FAR our favorite dining experience during our spring break week in Park City. Even the options for our 2 kids were amazing-- and much more creative, healthier, and tasty than the tired chicken fingers and french fries routine. Go while you can-- as I understand that a greedy developer is facilitating their closing this spring (SAD) in order to build more luxury properties on Main St.
Started at the bar with 2 different but both poor glasses of wine.
The front desk didn't tell the waitress that we were seated so we had to ask for a waitress, who then turned out to be very mediocre. I'd asked for a salad and soup; she didn't hear the soup part, though my friend said I was very clear. My friend didn't like the chicken dish saying it was bland and over cooked. First time at Zoom because you're always over booked. We come from LA. There are a lot of other venues in town.
Overall disappointing from what had been one of our favorite restaurants in Park City over the years. Things started off on the wrong foot when our group and reservation for four was shown to a table fit and set for three people (which unsurprisingly had a group of three in it when we left). We asked to be moved and we were, but it showed indifference to the customer right off the bat.
One of the entrees, the pork chop arrived raw (not rare, but actually uncooked in the center). Our waiter couldn't have been nicer and more apologetic; however, no one from management bothered to check in, offer an apology or anything else. These things happen and it's how you handle them that makes the difference.
The food was very good, which saves the rating, but honestly there are plenty of restaurants in Park City with good food that are also managed well and care about the customer experience.
I sat at the kitchen bar overlooking the chefs prep table. Chef Jordan and his staff whipped up an excellent dinner. Beet and buratta over greens with apples and walnuts was delicious. The buffalo ribeye was perfectly medium rare. Topped off with the grilled apple cake. Everything was prepared perfectly, service was very good.
We had a very memorable meal at Zoom last year when in Park City, so we were really excited about going back. Unfortunately, we were very disappointed in this experience.
Our table for 2 was poorly located upstairs right by the balcony door, such that children from another table continually walked by us to go into the balcony. Our appetizer was very good, but both meals were mediocre at best (pork chop mole and 1/2 rack of baby back ribs). My husband commented that my pork chips were much better. The food came out fast, so it must have been precooked (expected for the BBQ, not for the thick pork chop). The service was impersonal and rushed. We just didn't have the same overall experience and will probably not go back.
We had two choices of seating for two-crowded behind a baby in a high chair or against a wall in a high traffic area. Food came out immediately like they were waiting for us. But too fast - after we ate - overcooked ribs and lamb shank - which we did not finish - portions were generous but too much - would have rather had more quality. my wife commented that the server who was good - was on the 'defensive' with anything we asked about like "oh no not again" type of defensive. Most curious was the daily appetizer.. asparagus? in a ski town? i expected something more meaty. There wasnt anything that stood out on the menu - although advertised as farm to table. When i asked about what was the specialty.. all were mentioned. another indication that no signature item really existed.. very disappointed in quality and value.
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