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.
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: 4356493140x103
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
350 Main Brasserie Ratings and Reviews
We love this restaurant and it didn't di ...
We love this restaurant and it didn't disappoint. Went for a birthday celebration - my mate - and had a very nice and romantic dinner. My hubby got the special which he loved - bbq pork ribs and the portion was huge - definitely could have fed 4; loaded with sides and two of the biggest, meaty-ist ribs I've ever seen. I had a buttery salmon. How could I forget the Tower of Tuna appetizer - bursting with tuna - so good.. No room for dessert as usual (too bad) but, a few after dinner coccktails rounded out the evening. Very nice, competent, server added to the whole experience. very helpful with the wine selection and food choices. She also was the main server in a pretty busy dining room and kept up nicely!
Food was carefully prepared, absolutely ...
Food was carefully prepared, absolutely delicious and incredibly creative. We were surprised that the restaurant was not more crowded. Server was delightful, passionate about her job and very attentive. But truly cannot say enough about the quality of the food. Kudos to a fabulous chef. Would highly recommend!
Enjoyed this restaurant. Almost every di ...
Enjoyed this restaurant. Almost every dish was very, very good (among 5 of us with appetizers, dinner, and dessert). The service was great. Standout dishes were lamb appetizer, duck breast dinner, key lime pie dessert. I would recommend - it's not cheap but for park city a pretty good value for the quality (compared to other places we tried).
350 Main never disappoints. We had a group of five. Our table was by the window. It may be the best table in the house. The elk carpaccio was amazing.
Our server remembered us. She suggested the perfect wine and gave honest recommendations for our entrees. Everything was great!
Excellent and friendly service in a nice ...
Excellent and friendly service in a nice atmosphere. Decent wine list at relatively reasonable prices. Food was very good with some inventive options (elk sausage and foie gras ravioli with roasted duck were great apps and duck entree was cooked perfectly). Great choice.
Continues to please
350 is our go to restaurant after 10 years visiting Park City. Visited twice in the last month with a group of 4 and a group of 7. We sampled a good bit of the menu. A few highlights. The elk sausage and tuna tower were clear favorites. The sausage is just the starter on a cold night after a day of skiing. It's hearty and well complemented by the lentil/carrot salad. The tuna tower is fresh and light with just the right amount of won ton chips, salad and sauce.
For entrees the trout was fresh and nicely presented. The accompaniments did not overwhelm the delicate fish. The pork shank was cooked just right and had a rich, complex flavor. They came with a sweet potato purée with just enough sweetness to complement the rich pork. Finally, the venison was dusted with a Japanese spice mix that created a unique taste. Again, the accompanying salad of soba noodles enhanced the total experience.
I know from past visits that the deserts are great but none were sampled this time- needed to get home and rest up for more skiing.
Good food but too fast service.
We ate here for our farewell meal in Parck City. We enjoyed the meal,but the food seemed to come out within minutes of our order. We noticed that everyone else had fast service. We only had an entre so it made little difference but, but we felt rushed for a nice expensive meal.
Excellent food and service. Our table of ...
Excellent food and service. Our table of 4 friends from Atlanta had one of the best meals we have had and we eat out a lot.
On top of the great food, our waiter AJ was perfect. He was extremely knowledgable about the menu and the wines (a limited selection). He really made our experience memorable.
The only knock is the price. For 4 with drinks, apps, entrees and desserts plus tip, the meal came in at $500. A little pricey but easier to tolerate with the great service and food. The only misfire was the fruit crumble. My partner said it "tasted like potpourri. "
Loved they food the atmosphere and service. Glad I was persistent in getting a table. Tried to book open table and listed only very early or very late. I called and they said they had nothing available, my hotel called and they said they had very early or very late, I called a third time and was asked what time I wanted to come like everything is open and got the seating I wanted. When we got there the entire downstairs was empty and only a couple of tables upstairs were taken. By the time we left at 8:45 or so only two tables downstairs were taken and they still had a table free upstairs. Not sure what is going on with booking, but glad I called again.
The restaurant was apparently running on reduced power so it was very hot and smokey. VERY UNCOMFORTABLE ! This is not our first time here so we will come again but I think the management made a financially driven decision to keep the restaurant open instead of closed for the night. It was truly a miserable experience and no apologies were received from the management.
loved our Valentine's Day dinner
We were traveling with our 6 year-old. Bruno was very attentive and knowledgeable. The only complaint was the tiny round table (should have really just been for 2 persons). Mussels were great, salmon perfectly prepared, great cocktails. Atmosphere was definitely more casual than we anticipated, but it felt Park City-appropriate, with a bit of "anything goes" attitude so we didn't feel uncomfortable being a bit dressier than others.
Don't get stuck out back
Great place to eat, but if you have a group, be sure to specify main dining area; there is a room out back that is completely devoid of the ambiance and energy in the main dining area that you could get stuck in. Food and service are great, but avoid that dead space like the plague.
Good food, embarrassing service
They were able to accommodate our party changing from 4 to 5 on a very busy night. Service was almost comical because it was so bad. It started with cocktail that were ordered at the same time arriving 5 minutes apart. Then one entree was delivered 10 minutes before any of the other entrees. When our waiter came to check on us and saw we only had one entree he asked where our food was. When the rest of the entrees arrived they also tried to deliver the entree that had arrived 10 minutes earlier. The post meal coffee that took forever to arrive was cold. Overall the quality of the food was good and that was why I would recommend it to a friend.
Recently dined here. Waitress was very inattentive and tried to hurry us through meal. Seemed inconvenienced when we asked for bread which other tables were brought shortly after seating. Fish was undercooked and when waitress finally came back and we told her she was uninterested. Brought bill and didn't thank us for dining there. I spoke with manager who removed the fish entree and last round of drinks from bill.
For the price I expected much better
Great list of dishes for all types of ea ...
Great list of dishes for all types of eaters!
Love the elk sausage for a great start especially if you are hungry.
At the end of the day I got to go with the fried chicken, couldn't go with the duck on recommendation from the waiter.
Downstairs At 350 Main
We have eaten at this restaurant a number of times, but were not even aware that they had additional tables in the lower level. The atmosphere was much superior there than to the main level. Great interior design, space between tables, and general pleasant ambiance!!!
Do not go in a large group
Have had very good experiences in the past and the food is pretty good. Unfortunately, this time I took a large group and was sent to the basement family ghetto. No atmosphere, 3 large tables, all with groups of 8 or more. So loud I couldn't hear the waiter standing next to me.
Insist on seating upstairs.
Service and ambiance were great but a co ...
Service and ambiance were great but a couple of dishes missed the mark in s bad way. Prawns and salmon were very good. Muscles were inexcusably bland and under seasoned....awful dish. The duck was well conceived but the skin was a big slab of chewy fat with light grill marks....not crispy and the fat not rendered at all. Deserts were good...a lovely time otherwise.
350 Main... A great evening
We went to 350 Main to celebrate my birthday. We had not eaten there before. The service was excellent, and everyone enjoyed the food. My parents enjoyed the scallops, and my husband and I both enjoyed the pork shank. The staff treated my kids well, and they were happy with their dinner choices. The kids dinners came with ice cream. All of the adults ordered a different dessert, and they were all great. It was a lovely evening. My only complaint was that our table was by the windows in the front of the restaurant, and it was cold. We will definitely eat there again, but if it's wintertime, I'll request a table by the fireplace.
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