For an adventurous treat, hike or snowshoe a mile into the woods for a sumptuous, but unpretentious, five-course dinner in a bona fide canvas yurt. Bring your own wine and reserve way ahead. (Note: there’s another y…
In summer, check out Wasatch Mountain Table, a farm-to-table option that brings fine dining outdoors alongside Wasatch Creek.
Creative comfort food is served in the rustic dining room, which feels like a cozy log cabin with its crackling fireplace.
Dishing up warming bowls of elk chili, poutine and wood-fired breads, this casual on-mountain restaurant will either fuel your afternoon powder quest or send you straight to a nap.
You can sip suds at the Thirsty Squirrel, but the Big Cottonwood Canyon’s best après-ski and bar scene is at Brighton.
Cozy up fireside at St Bernard’s for an unexpectedly good French dinner, with wine pairing.