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About 350 Main Brasserie
350 Main invites you to join us for classic, contemperary, comfort food in an upscale, hip, fine dining environment. We are located on Historic Main Street right in the heart of Park City, Utah. We strive to use local and sustainable food sourced right here in the Wasatch Mountains.
Park City, UT 84060
Contemporary American, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Hours: Daily 5:30pm-10:00pm;
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(435) 649-3140 ext. 1
Please call for details.
There is free parking directly behind the restaurant in the city's only parking terrace. Public parking on Main St. for $1.50 per hour, 3 hour limit.
Private Party Facilities:
350 Main Brasserie offers group and private dining menus to groups of 20 or more. Private and semi-private spaces available. Group menu options include Duo Plates, Choice Of Entree, Light Appetizers, and Heavy Appetizers. Please call for details.
Private Party Contact:
Marieke Rogers: (435) 649-3140 ext. 103
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
350 Main Brasserie Ratings and Reviews
An extreme disappointment. Maybe the top chef is away for the summer? Tomato gazpacho with lobster salad for $22 was a bowl of cherry tomatoes and a pile of breadcrumbs, with literally no liquid and no lobster! Scallops main dish had to send back because scallops were clearly days old and had gone bad. The restaurant didn't charge us for either at least but that's not the point. Sorry but at these prices it just HAS to be a lot better
We were very disappointed in this restaurant especially for the price. The Tuna Tartare/Poke was not fresh and tasted fishy. I got the scallops and there were 5 scallops, which I was excited about, but I only ate only because they were cooked poorly. The bread on the table was very good and the Caesar salad was good, but other than that all our entrees were mediocre at best.
Please, please, please bring back the gluten-free fried chicken! That is one of my favorite dishes in all of Park City and was heartbroken to see it off the menu. I had the other chicken on the menu (main dish) but it suffered by comparison. It was still a nice evening and we'll be back....but would love to see the GF chicken back on!
We return every year - creative menu, great food, great service, comfy seating with great view of Main St. Love the tuna tower appetizer!! Trout with cheese grits was amazing. My husband loved his New York Strip and thought crispy fries were the best fries ever!!!
350 is an excellent restaurant with creative tasty dishes and a nice ambiance. Unfortunately, there was a large party celebration during our dinner that was boisterous and overly animated. The only complaint is that the restaurant is that they allowed them to carry on and on and on. Too bad... I would still recommend going there, but be wary, its pricey.
We were not pleased with our experience at 350 Main Brasserie. The food was very expensive for what it was, and when we made 2 substitutions (plain mashed potatoes in exchange for blue cheese mashed potatoes on one dish/ french fries in exchange for mashed potatoes on a different dish), we were charged $8 per substitution. There was also the smell of burnt food throughout the restaurant for most of our meal (we were seated in the back toward the kitchen.)
It was a waste of time and money for below average food. Our food took an hour to get to the table, and during that time there was very little interaction with our server. We had two tired children with us, so we asked our waitress for ice cream for them while we were still eating. This seemed to annoy her, she came back with the ice cream and for lack of a better word, "threw" it on the table. Two out of the four entrees were ok, but not fantastic, the other two were below average. Stay away.
Picked 350 Main for its great reputation. Met friends who were in town whom we haven't seen in 20 years. Wanted a special place and excellent food. This was our first visit and we were not disappointed. Service was excellent. Food was fantastic. Wine helped keep everything flowing. We were the last people to leave the restaurant and I was pleasantly surprised the wait staff didn't pressure us or give us any indication that we had outstayed our welcome. Thanks 350 Main!
Unfortunately, the experience of good food and service is overwhelmed by a noise level from hell. Impossible to carry on a conversation across the table. The food is always good. I was a bit disappointed in the skimpy octopus salad. The few pieces of delicious octopus had to compete with many pieces of fried yucca.
Last night in Park City....Amazing food experience. Sampled numerous items on the menu as trying to decifer it was challenging (in a good way) and was left wanting more. Great staff, comfortable setting. Wish I ate there the first night because i definitely would have gone back again, especially for the duck and barley soup (and I am not a duck fan).
This was a highly recommended restaurant. None of our cocktails came as requested: rocks when requested up, up when requested rocks, olives when requested twist. The food was pricey and didn't measure up to what one would expect at that price range.
The biggest disappointment, however, was despite an early reservation and plenty of open tables in the main dining room, we were seated in the basement with two other large tables, Katy Perry blaring in the background and no chance of discussing anything. Our punishment for having a nine year old with us?
Wine list was definitely not Wine Spectator worthy and has been dramatically scaled down. Service was horrible, and a dinner menu with too many attempted ethnic options instead of staying true to local, mountain flair. A sensational downturn in quality over the past few years.
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