Hotels >Blue Boar Inn
A very good romantic meal - but not a homerun.
My wife and I went for our anniversary. We were greated by a warm friendly server who was very attentive. The place is very quiet. You can hear the people next to you - every word unless they sit you carefully. Anyhoo, the food: first course - crab on a bed of grapefruit, mixed greens, and yellow peppers. It was unique and good though not a home run. Second course - spicy tomato and fennel soup: outstanding with a great almost citrus-like undertone. The entrees were good but rather uninspired. I had Elk chops that were overcooked with a reduction sauce that didn't quite work. My wife had a Shrimp pasta dish that sounded far more exotic than it was. Desserts were simple yet delicious.
Overall: a worthwhile dining experience but not at the same level as the Tree Room in Sundance or the Metropolitan in SLC.
Sparkling fresh ingredients cooked with finesse at an intimate European-style inn..
A cozy dining room in a four-star inn with upscale, alpine lodge decor. Features include alderwood trim, plush upholstery and a small deck for outdoor dining.
Chef Chris Sheehan takes the best of simple ingredients and makes them shine. A signature appetizer of crispy wild boar ravioli with smoked tomato-tarragon ketchup is straightforward, each flavor announcing itself (and begging to be partnered with a good wine from the extensive list). Seafood is always exquisite here, as are richer offerings like roasted venison loin with boysenberry demi-glace, sun-dried tomato risotto and balsamic-glazed figs. Hoisin-glazed duck excites as well. Layman gathers his own Heber Valley wild mushrooms, gets inventive with herbs from the Inn's garden and gives diners the best of seasonal bounty. A chocolate semifreddo with fresh berry sauce (on a recent prix-fixe tasting menu) was perfection.
Impecable and romantic dining experience. My husband and I went to the Blue Boar for our first anniversary. The service and food were wonderful. The food was seasoned and cooked to perfection and well worth the money. The Innkeeper is very nice. We were only dissapointed that the Inn was booked for the night. We would have loved to stay!
Very Nice on Wednesday. The 3 course special on Wednesday is a value when it comes to resort dining. The Inkeeper makes himself available and his little table vistit only adds to the experience. We both enjoyed it a great deal. Corkage is a bit steep at $15
Wow - I took a risk and discovered a treasure!. Some of the best food in Utah independent of price. I was looking for someplace new, saw this, and decided to take a risk. What a pleasant surprise. The Blue Boar is my new favorite restaurant - so good I almost want to keep it a secret. The food was impeccable. It deserves the best European food in Utah award. The service was great. The atmosphere was a cozy romantic one. You would pay much more for food this good anywhere else in SLC or Park City. They told us to check out the incredible special on Wednesday nights. Ill be doing that.
Best Time Ever at the Blue Boar. I have never had a bad experience at the Blue Boar, and I've eaten there several times over the last year. The lunches are wonderful whether you come with a friend to chat or after a long game of golf. The service has always been exquisite without being overbearing. My fiance and I enjoyed a nice dinner last weekend in the Blue Boar's romantic dining room. We dined on unique salads, breads and beef tenderloin that literally melted in our mouths! To continue the evening, we stayed in the William Shakespeare room at the Inn, which had a jetted tub, fireplace and feather-top mattress. It was the best night's sleep I've ever had. In the morning, we were served an amazing 5 course breakfast. I highly recommend the Blue Boar for your honeymoon or next romantic getaway!
Swept Away. As we arrived at The Blue Boar Inn, we were greeted warmly and whisked away to a lovely dinner after being upgraded in our room. Every detail was carefully planned and every need immediately attended to. We so enjoyed this romantic and magical place with wonderful food and beautiful accomodations and scenery.
Worth a stop if you are in the area. We didn't stay at the Blue Boar Inn, but were in the area and decided to have dinner. We made a reservation for 7 pm and showed up about 10 minutes early. A party of four walked in just before us and they were seated right away. The two of us, however, we asked to wait since we were "a little bit early". It made us feel as if we weren't dressed well-enough or we didn't fit in, because the dining room was quite empty with only 4 tables there. I saw the waittress go upstairs with cutlery- had she sat us there, I would have just left. Instead, when we were seated, we opted for the terrace. The food is great. The portions are generous and the food is well-prepared. Definitely worth the price. Entrees range in the $20s.
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