About J&G Grill at The St. Regis Deer Valley
A comfortable yet elegant hideaway – signature Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten sophistication realized far from home.
J&G Grill combines a curated selection of Jean-Georges’
greatest appetizers, side dishes and accompaniments from his
portfolio of domestic and international restaurants around the
world with the highest quality meats and freshest local fish
available in the market. Simply grilled preparations
accompanied by bold condiments anchor the J&G Grill dining
experience at the St. Regis Deer Valley.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free Valet parking at the St Regis Lower Level Entrance. Proceed to the Funicular to come up to the Restaurant
Private Party Facilities:
Host your special event at J&G Grill in one of our Private Dining Room (24 people), patio (8 people), Wine Vault (22 people), at our Chef's Table(12 people) or at our Communal Table(26 people).
We are available as well for exclusive buyouts.
Private Party Contact:
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Mother's Day Brunch Buffet, $55
J&G Grill at The St. Regis Deer Valley Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I went here for our annivers ...
My wife and I went here for our anniversary and we loved the atmosphere and the staff was very friendly. The food was delicious it was just a little expensive other than that we loved it. The valet was nice to have and the ride on the funicular up to the restaurant was fun and a good addition to the experience.
a dinner to remember!! complimentary val ...
a dinner to remember!! complimentary valet when you arrive, then you take the funicular up the mountain to the resort, which is a beautifully thrilling ride. Very warm feel in the restaurant. while the menu is not extensive, everything we had was awesome.
After making reservations a couple of we ...
After making reservations a couple of weeks in advanced, our party of three arrived at the place. It was fancy but casual at the same time. We made the reservation at 1:45, they close at 2 I believe, and despite this the waiters were patient, friendly, and attentive.
The food was great. We were there for lunch. Good amount of food and all of it is deicious.
The ambience was serene and calm. It was truly a relaxing experience. With great views, friendly staff, and delicious food- what more can you ask for?
Heard about this place on facebook, and ...
Heard about this place on facebook, and decided to try it. It was a cool place but if your like me you want quantity and quality for the cheddar you're laying down. Food was good but portions were extremely small. Not much to choose from on lunch menu. You drop a lot of coin for a teaser and leave hungry. My wife and I dropped $100.00+ including tip, and all we got was a very small salad, and two very small portioned fish filets and nothing else. Very disappointed! You add an appetizer to that you're fixing to drop some serious coin. And for what? To say you did it? We also checked the menu prices on line and they were not anywhere near actual prices. It was also like 75 degrees outside and they wouldn't let us sit outside on the patio. Save your money and time and find somewhere that serves the "96er", at least you won't go away hungry, and you won't go for broke if you want dessert.Service was great and staff very friendly, and that and the view is really the only thing it has going for it. But hey if you enjoy blowing your hard earned money out your rear end then by all means ignore this review and blow away!
The service was a production of professi ...
The service was a production of professionals that was perfectly executed. The food was excellent art work perfectly served. The elegant contemporary mountain atmosphere was appreciated, and very special. Unexpected funicular ride up to the restaurant was a pleasant surprise and enjoyable. Highly recommended overall.
The service was great. Very professional ...
The service was great. Very professional. Food was delicious. We had brunch but wish we could have stayed for dinner. It smelled so great! I had hard time paying attention to my husband, I was too distracted by the beautiful view around us.
Excellent decor and the view of the moun ...
Excellent decor and the view of the mountains was phenomenal. Had a great truffle pizza. The crust was perfectly thin and crispy and the truffle topping with truffles and oil and cheese just melted in your mouth. Flavor was outstanding. Had local lamb three bones exquisite. There was just enough fat on the lamb chops to make them tender and flavorful. The topping was butter-based with herbs not too much just the right amount. Waiter was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. His name was Stephan. He was able to describe all of the dishes. All in all a great evening of great food excellent wine superb service.
This is a very fine restaurant in a very ...
This is a very fine restaurant in a very beautiful location. The drive and ride to the facility was wonderful. The people were very helpful and attentive. The food was a bit "exotic" but good. It was very over priced but because of the location, facility, and service it was ok.
We truly enjoyed our dinner experience a ...
We truly enjoyed our dinner experience at J&G Grill. While my wife thought the food was merely "good" (I thought it was VERY good to great), the service and attention to every detail was just incredible. I even thought the overall value was actually pretty good considering that we were dining at a St. Regis hotel. I thought that the huge portion of mussels with a fire grilled side of bread was outstanding and my pork chop was also delicious.
The topper to the service occurred when we mentioned that one of the biggest reasons we came to dinner there was to enjoy their famous s'mores desserts outside by the firepit. When our waitress realized that our 7:30 dinner time wouldn't allow us to indulge in dessert before its 9pm closing time, she actually called the s'mores hostess and had her wait specifically for us. Who does that for a free treat on a deserted Monday night in September?!?!? Now that's the definition of customer service. And instead of the standard free dessert in the dining room that they bring folks celebrating anniversaries like we were, they comped our port wine since they knew we were headed for the s'mores. WOW!
Date night with my lovely wife went perf ...
Date night with my lovely wife went perfect. My request for a seat by the fireplace was accommodated. Location is gorgeous. Staff is fantastic, attentive and knowledgeable. Food and dessert topped off the perfect evening. Thanks J & G!
We went for a dinner before the Deer Val ...
We went for a dinner before the Deer Valley Concert and the restaurant which was totally empty at 5:30 PM three parties at three adjacent tables in one corner of the restaurant where the tables are annoyingly close to one another. There was no privacy for any of the three tables as we heard everyone's conversation. All three tables shared one long banquette so you had to practically bump into the person next to you in order to get up out of your seat.
Our waitress was wonderful.
This was a lovely restaurant. The servi ...
This was a lovely restaurant. The service was the best I've ever had--even the Four Seasons. Our waiter was Reggie and he had a wonderful sense of humor. The food was outstanding. We sat on the terrace and watched the moon; it was a beautiful view of the mountains. This would be th first restaurant I would go to if visiting Utah again.
Very expensive meal, which was overall a ...
Very expensive meal, which was overall average. The Martinis, while tasty, were only filled half way. I found that a bit cheesy for a fine dining restaurant. Breads were delicious. The truffle pizza app was average. Our main course - tuna was very good, pork was average. Sides were delicious, edamame and mashed potatoes. We did not have dessert. Service was lacking for fine dining. Our waiter was very nice but it seems had a number of tables at the same time. Overall, my feeling was that it was not worth the $260 price tag (and we don't mind paying that much for an excellent dinner... It just wasn't excellent in our opinion!)
My wife and I enjoyed our experience ver ...
My wife and I enjoyed our experience very much. Not only was the food excellent, but our server--Stefan--was the most knowledgeable and intuitive server we've ever had the pleasure of receiving the service of. We've dined in many fine restaurants around the world and look forward to returning to J&G Grill.
We celebrated our 18th wedding anniversa ...
We celebrated our 18th wedding anniversary with dinner at the J&G Grill.
Had a table near the window, even saw a few deer up above the restaurant on the slopes.
Food is excellent, can not go wrong with anything on the menu. We enjoyed the salmon and the halibut.
Will definitely return on our next trip....maybe next year for our 19th!
There is nothing bad to say Service is ...
There is nothing bad to say
Service is superior, food is fantastic, ambiance is awesome. We love Alfredo and Ryan and they always make our visits extra special - even if there is nothing really to celebrate we celebrate culture and cuisine. Look forward to each and every visit.
Business dinner at J&G. Food was excell ...
Business dinner at J&G. Food was excellent. Service was ok but their wine list needs to be updated in a big way. First bottle we ordered we got the old "vintage switch". Server asked if this would be acceptable. We said fine even though this is not what we wanted. The next 3 bottles we tried to order either they were out of it completely or did not have the correct vintage. Server (not sommelier) suggested alternatives but at costs 3x initial ordering. Thanks but no thanks. This happened to me the very first time I went there as well when the St. Regis first opened. Last few times seemed to have improved but not this time. For a restaurant of this caliber, this is not even close to being acceptable. Will be heading to Montage next time.
This Jean-George Vongerichten kitchen wa ...
This Jean-George Vongerichten kitchen was a completely unexpected treat for the two of us driving from Vail to Sun Valley with an overnight in Deer Valley-Park City. We dined at the chef's counter, gazing into a huge and gleaming kitchen, watching total professionals quietly preparing perfect cuisine for the large and luscious restaurant. (No dress code, but smart casual advised.) The resort is five stars in our book, with this spectacular restaurant, and an unexpected upgrade to a suite overlooking the world and only 32 miles from barren Salt Lake, but surrounded by verdant ski mountains and carefully protective zoning. Anything on the menu would be stunning, gourmet steaks, seafood, chicken, vegetables, desserts and great wines. It was $240 for two, with wine and a 20% tip, but worth every penny. Can't wait to go again!
I knew this dinner would be special, but ...
I knew this dinner would be special, but I was not expecting the most memorable dining experience of my life. To say that the food, service, luxury setting and ambiance where exceptional, would be an understatement. Specifically, I had the salmon which was poached and just like butter. Mashed Potatoes which seem ordinary were anything but. Risotto, Pork Chop, Creaser Salad even the bread, outstanding.
Save room for the Salted Carmel Ice Cream desert, you would have to taste it to believe it.
You need to take a Tram to get to Restaurant which was different. We had a party of 5 and it was expensive, but worth it. Enjoy!
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