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Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge

7700 Stein Way (Sterling Dr.) Send to Phone
Upscale eclectic dining framed by mountain views of Deer Valley Resort.


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Open
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
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Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge, Park City, UT


Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.


Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge Restaurant Review

: Guests and visitors of Stein Eriksen Lodge will enjoy the upscale rustic décor and refined seasonal menu at the Glitretind restaurant, helmed by executive chef Jonathon Miller. The views of the surrounding mountains make breakfast, lunch and dinner a memorable experience. Local and sustainable ingredients are highlighted in each dish, such as a first course of melon and prosciutto salad or scallops with forbidden rice, trumpet royale mushrooms and saffron yuzu broth. Main courses include inventive twists on dishes like lamb T-bone with cumin sausage brochettes, salted potatoes, mojo rojo and mint, or the Double R Ranch beef tenderloin with a sweet potato, green bean and pearl onion hash, béarnaise and blackberry aigre-doux. Among the desserts are handmade chocolates. Pair the meal with a selection from the 10,000-bottle wine cellar, but have your sommelier guide you through the evening. Put the Winter Skiers Sunday Buffet --- a smorgasbord of seafood, made-to-order omelets, prime rib, fresh-made waffles, barbecued short ribs, poached eggs and hollandaise, bananas Foster and a dessert station --- on your must-do list, but be prepared to take a nap afterward.





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