Alta is a town in eastern Salt Lake County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Salt Lake City, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 383 at the 2010 census, a slight increase from the 2000 figure of 370.
Things to do in Alta
4 based on 226 reviews
Ate at this place twice during our stay at the Cliff Lodge. The food was nice and the service friendly (but sometimes felt understaffed).
Favorite dishes were the quinoa fritters and calamari appetizers. Mains: lamb shank, trout and mushroom raviolis were all quite tasty. Kids get a free ice cream sandwich or creamsicle
4.5 based on 28 reviews
The Yurt at Solitude features a unique dining experience limited to a maximum of 24 people. Available Thursday through Sunday during the winter season only.
You start with snow shoeing to the yurt. Not really necessary, but it was fun to try it. The Yurt is small, but bigger than I expected. The food was out of this world delicious and the service was fantastic. It was a little pricey, but for the experience and the service I didn't feel disappointed in any way. This was a Valentines gift for my husband. I wanted to give him something different. Totally scored on this one! The only recommendation I could make is take your own flash light for the trek back. We had to find our own way back to the lodge in the dark. Other than that, book early since the spots fill up quickly and if you can, take a group. Would've been a lot more fun with friends.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Now in it's thirty-fourth season, the Shallow Shaft Restaurant is an eclectic dining experience set in the beauty of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Chef Kurtis Krause welcomes you to our unique and intimate restaurant that is the perfect place to enjoy our regional mountain cuisine and superb views of the Wasatch Mountains.We use locally grown and produced ingredients and we support the slow food / organic cause.
Best food you'll find up Little Cottonwood Canyon. Cozy, warm environment with professional staff and great service. This is a no rush restaurant so take your time and enjoy
4 based on 226 reviews
Silver Fork Lodge & Restaurant is open year round for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and apres ski. Offers American fare and a wide selection of wine, beer and spirits. Located 1 mile from Solitude Ski Resort and 3 miles from Brighton Ski Resort. FREE SHUTTLE to and from Silver Fork Lodge & Restaurant for guests of Brighton and Solitude Resorts and Silver Fork Lodge.
We had a party of 6 on 2 separate visits while skiing at Brighton Resort. They sent a vehicle to pick us and return us to our lodge. Pepper steak, meatloaf, shrimp and grits, lamb special with hash browns, and seared tuna special. All awesome. Good wine list, a must visit if you are in the area. Oooo and root beer served in a boot!
4.5 based on 440 reviews
Classic sushi restaurant with both traditional and cutting edge, Japanese inspired small plates perfect for sharing.
The food is delucious--maki, salad, soup--everything. Service is great too. Efficient yet friendly. In fact, of the 4 places visited during this trip Yukon Yama was number 1 for food, service, and value.
4 based on 5 reviews
Simplest decor, but the smell of freshly brewed coffee is hard to resist.For the daring offered coffee blends you never dreamed of.Of course, finding even something sweet to supplement your coffee with.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
The Rustler Lodge Dining Room is known for fine dining, unmatched elegance and magnificent views. Chef Ed McCall has been creating a unique dining experience at the Rustler Lodge since 1989. Ed, along with Food and Beverage Manager Meg Kemp, take great pride in offering guests a consistently high standard of fine cuisine and attentive service. Our Daily Rates include a full breakfast buffet and a gourmet dinner. Lunch is also available at an additional cost. The menus feature selections that are prepared daily with the freshest ingredients. A wine selection is available to perfectly complement your menu choices. Come as you are, and enjoy the Rustler's perfect Alta combination of casual comfort, exquisite cuisine and exceptional service.
This is the place for a nice leisurely lunch after a perfect morning if skiing. If you are in a rush this is not the place to dine. Food is great
4 based on 35 reviews
A great place to grab an adult drink and warm up in-between ski runs at Brighton Resort. Bar or Table service is available. Customers must be age 21 or older. Happy skiing...
It was the first time we became aware of Utah's odd alcohol laws. Underage were not allowed access to this environment. A rare service minded waiter unlocked a room on the lower floor where no tempting drinks were exposed, where we got the chance to eat our "nutritious" lunch. Thanks for the effort.Next visit I think she's old enough to try the rustic and charming cowboy bar one floor up.
4 based on 50 reviews
With its scenic deck facing the mountains, the Honeycomb Grill serves dynamic, contemporary American fare. A full bar, wine and beer are also available. Honeycomb Grill will open for winter operations on Saturday, December 2, 2017.
We stopped for lunch at this grill while we were up snowboarding. I ordered the Poutine and a coffee. OMG! The poutine was AWESOME! Talk about comfort food! We had been there before (several times) so I like to try different things on the menu. Everything has been great so far, but this was by far my favorite. I will be eating this again. The service was great and the bathrooms are clean.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
A sweeping 360 degree panorama of the Wasatch mountain range! The tram ride was exciting! it was around 10 mins. Was there during golden hour 'til almost sunset and that added drama to the already beautiful scene! Should be back in the winter for a more dramatic look!
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