Tucked away on a 40-acre site, the restaurant occupies a picture-postcard setting. Seasonal shared plates may include wild game bolognese, charred octopus, tuna tartare and juniper-smoked elk carpaccio. Featured entrée options might consist of seared scallops, forest mushroom bourguignon, seared king salmon or smoked goose pappardelle. Natural and organic ingredients, including produce from the chef's garden, are used whenever possible. Ask about the low-calorie, high-impact special. Be tempted by elegant desserts such as lava cake, buttermilk panna cotta, butterscotch pot de creme and seasonal soufflés. Servers will gladly provide a validated canyon exit pass, so don't forget to ask.
I-215 exit 4 (3900 S), just e to Wasatch Blvd, just n to 3800 S/Millcreek Canyon, 0.5 mi e to canyon guard station, then 4.5 mi e up the canyon; north side; in Wasatch National Forest. 6451 E Millcreek Canyon Rd 84109
Closed some major holidays.
Fine Dining. Dinner served. Full bar, patio dining. Entertainment.