About Blue Boar Inn & Restaurant
The Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant is reminiscent of an old world European Hunting Lodge which is nestled in the foothills of Midway, Utah. The Inn's charming main dining room will accommodate 60 people. We specialize in European Fine Dining.
European, Contemporary German, Scandinavian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm.
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm.
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 8:00am - 10:30am.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private parking on property and across street.
Private Party Facilities:
Library seats 8-12 Small dining room seats 8-20
Private Party Contact:
Eric May: 4356541400
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Farm to Table, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Blue Boar Inn & Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We often visit The Blue Boar for dinner. ...
We often visit The Blue Boar for dinner. It is a great place for special occasions or just because. The food is very good and they have nice soups, and salads as well. The price is reasonable and the atmosphere is outstanding.
My husband and I went to the Blue Boar t ...
My husband and I went to the Blue Boar to celebrate our anniversary. We had an amazing time, it was everything I had hoped for and more. We stayed in the frost room which was a little rustic and nicely decorated. The food was amazing I tried something new and was so impressed with the quality of the food. The service for our dinner and brunch was also outstanding.
Overall an outstanding experience.
I am sure we will be back!
Thanks for a great experience.
After being seated for a quiet romantic ...
After being seated for a quiet romantic celebration of our Anniversary, a group of eight or more "boisterous" and "jovial" people were seated right next to us. We could not speak over their enthusiasm. That got worse as they became inebriated.
Next year we may look for another place.
The food was great. We sat on the deck ...
The food was great. We sat on the deck where they had a complimentary shall at every table in case the guests get cold. The wild boar meatballs were delicious as was the vanilla bean crème brulee. The wines by the glass were limited, however the bottle wine list was extensive and interesting. Overall, a very nice experience.
A quaint European gem in the beautiful m ...
A quaint European gem in the beautiful middle of nowhere. The detail of the decor and the building itself transfer the diner back to the Swiss Alps. And the food!!!! I had the duck breast in sour cherry sauce, and it was out of this world. My husband had the veal, and it was also wonderful. Be warned - the fondue appetizer for 2 could easily serve 4. Sunday brunch was an exquisite ending to a memorable weekend stay.
We enjoyed a delightful evening outside ...
We enjoyed a delightful evening outside for our 46th wedding anniversary. It was outstanding.
The service was excellent and the food was delicious. I had the Beef Tenders with Bernaise Sauce which was the best I've experience since eating at the King Cole Restaurant in Indianapolis 44 years ago. My wife's salmon was equally excellent. We ate on the deck in pleasant evening weather. I am talking to all our friends about our experience, suggesting that they take their special one there.
I took my boyfriend for his birthday dinner to the Blue Boar Restaurant. The food was absolutely outstanding.
Starting with the Swedish Boar Meatballs, which had an amazing flavor, followed by French Onion Soup, which was to die for. The broth was rich and flavorful. Boyfriend had the red lentil salad, which was ok. I tried it and I would not recommend it. Neither would he.
My boyfriend then had the Wild Boar Bourgignon, which was the highlight of the night. The meat was so tender and the entire dish exploded of flavor. I am actually kind of jealous that I did not order the same. I had the Schnitzel, Spaetzle and Asparagus dish and it was alright. Nothing special, not extremely good. But, to be fair, I am German and I grew up eating and preparing Spaeztle all my life, so I may be a little spoiled in regards to Schnitzel and especially Spaetzle.
As desert I had Vanilla Creme Brulee with fruit and it was super light and great in flavor.
Overall an amazing dining experience. The staff was extremely professional and attentive.
If I had the money I would go once a month
Great quiet location nested in great spot
Everyone was so friendly and outgoing, we had an enjoyable time. There were 3 of us in the party and we didn't spend the night at the Inn just came up for the food.
Lovely dining area, great tasting food. Menu was very simple and very satisfying. The Inn keeper was super nice and funny at the same time. He mentioned Swiss days in September which we will for sure be there for that.
Highly recommend this restaurant to others who want a nice quiet cozy place to relax and enjoy a great meal.
Absolutely amazing dinner! Couldn't help but overeat as everything was beyond delicious. Highly recommend the schnitzel and filet -- mac 'n cheese and brussel sprouts for sides -- can't go wrong with any of the deserts either. The Inn is a great place to make a night of it -- amazing 5 course plated brunch included!
Missed the mark this time
My husband and i both felt like our dinner entrees missed the mark. We have eaten here before and were much happier with our previous choices (the best scallops we've ever had in our lives!), but this time, the entrees were pretty average. They do an awesome brunch and i was really excited to see Scotch eggs on the menu. These were made with perfectly soft yolks, but when the kitchen didn't have any Branson pickle, i realized just how important it is to my enjoyment of this dish. One other issue is that some of the tables for two seem too long. It kind of detracts from the intimate, romantic setting. A few inches might not seem like a big deal, but we truly notice a difference when we are seated at the smaller tables and can have a conversation without raising our voices. Overall, the food was kind of hit and miss this time around, but we have enjoyed staying and dining at the Blue Boar Inn in the past, and we will probably be back.
We drove up to this restaurant to get out of the inversion in SLC. The reviews that I read were all good. We were all disappointed with our food - everything was tasteless - not inedible but just flavorless! The weather was great but the food was not worth the drive!
The experience was okay, but did not liv ...
The experience was okay, but did not live up to our expectations based on Blur Boar'd reputation.
The amuse Bouche was delicious, but the mains were average. For the price we have eaten much better food in Park City.
Visit to Blue Boar
Once again, the Blue Boar came through as a dining experience to remember. We have begun an annual birthday celebration there, considering it to be such a special place to have dinner. We love the food, the ambiance and everything about it. Thanks to all who served us!
after reading a lot about this a group of 8 went.
first, i will say the service was good..
second, and more dissappointing, the food was really mediocre highlighted by the fact that several of us ordered the pork shank that was just extremely oversalted.
none of us finished. furthermore, while cooked well, it was not exactly 'fall of the bone' material either.
the corn soup was very good.
the amuse bouche looked like it was pre-made early that afternoon.
The Ideal get away
The waiter was very attentive and knowledgeable about the menu. The food was great and the ambiance relaxed. There wasn't any rush we were made to feel comfortable and encouraged to enjoy our time. It was a great romantic get away for our anniversary. Making it even more special is the wonderful bed and breakfast it is part of.
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