We went there for a business dinner with seven. Stuff mixed food and if you choose steak receiving wrong definition it is not what we expected in such an expensive restaurant. Prices in upper level. Valet parking in the meantime $8.
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eat in the cafe portion of this fine dinning restaurant....they will give you the menu for the 'up stairs' as well, vans to take folks to symphony and opera, the classiest in salt lake, FREE CORKAGE if you bring wine in thats ok and there...More
I'm not as eloquent as "messieur" Wladovich, but our experience was similarly excellent: from the valet parking gentlemen to the perfect staff and dinner. The ambiance struck me first: the quiet! The soft jazz music in the background - not blasting our eardrums! The hushed...More
We had a superb pre-symphony meal at this lovely basement restaurant. They even had a shuttle to take guests to the symphony. My husband said his Cobb salad was the best he has ever had and he has had a lot. My chicken fried steak...More
Valet parking - and I’m speaking in general now - instills one with a certain release from the stress of one’s day, does it not? At the New Yorker the diner hands off his troubles along with the car keys. It’s a symbolic kind of...More
The atmosphere and the food are always as though we were actually in a fine New York City restaurant. The Chef seems to always surprise us with his specials. We try to visit nearly every month, and are never disappointed.
Found this restaurant based on a Google search. We arrived around 7 pm, but didn't have any reservations. The gracious hostess, however, sat us immediately. Though, I would recommend making reservations. If you're with a group, like I was, try asking for a booth. Once...More
I traveled to the New Yorker with around 25 work collegues from across the nation. As we were such a large group, we had an early (for me anyway) reservation at 5 p.m. and the restruant was pretty much ours. The layout is a bit...More
Today is our 39th wedding anniversary and we wanted to go somewhere special, somewhere atypical for us. The New Yorker at Market Street fit the bill. I called for reservations but apparently there were problems with the phone system. I did not get an answer....More
Downtown Salt Lake City. A real nice restaurant with excellent dishes and really good martinis. The server was very helpful. The place has great ambiance. The staff were all friendly. I had the rabbit. It was interesting.