About Market Street Grill - Cottonwood
In 2000, Gastronomy opened it"s first location outside of downtown Salt Lake City. Located in the southern part of the city, the Market Street Grill and Oyster Bar Cottonwood were Gastronomy's first restaurants built from the ground up. Serving the same delicious fresh seafood and tender steaks that you have come to enjoy at our other Market Street locations, but with stunning views of the Wasatch mountains, our Cottonwood location also features a Fresh Fish Market and spectacular patio dining. Private dining facilities include our Creekside Private Rooms, the Garden Court adjacent to Big Cottonwood Creek,and extraordinary Roof Top Dining.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Market Street Grill in Cottonwood Heights offers private dining rooms for all your social and business entertaining needs with the same quality service you expect from a Market Street Fresh Fish Restaurant.
Market Street Grill - Cottonwood Ratings and Reviews
This occasion to the market street grill ...
This occasion to the market street grill was my worst I've ever had. Our waitress must have been having a bad day. She had to be asked to refill drinks that were clearly empty and placed at the edge of the table to get her to even notice. The food was undercooked (closer to sushi). I would have sent it back to get cooked (orders cedar plank salmon and halibut) but too afraid it would take too long. The plank barely had any sign it had been heated. Unfortunately for a restaurant of this caliber it just did not stack up well tonight.
Booked a very large table for my father' ...
Booked a very large table for my father's retirement celebration. The table was ready when we arrived, which I appreciate. The server was very patient with a toddler in our group, for which I am grateful, but she seemed unfamiliar with the menu and twice forgot to bring things we asked for (one of them being simple crackers that we practically had to beg for). I recognize that very large groups are difficult for servers, but I felt that she was not up to the task for the type of service I would expect from Market Street Grill. The food was very good, but we waited 50 minutes from the time we ordered our entrees to the time we received them. For a very slow Tuesday night this was highly unexpected and extremely disappointing. The Cottonwood location was much more convenient than downtown, but the service and wait time did not measure up to the price.
Market Street is going downhill. The la ...
Market Street is going downhill. The last few times I have been there, there have been a lot of flaws in either the food or service. This time I ordered the shrimp Louie, started eating it and realized after a few minutes there was no seafood on it. The first server had no idea what I was talking about because this was her first time serving brunch. The second one came over and almost argued with me about the name of what I had actually ordered, and then she took my half-eaten salad away and put a few pieces of shrimp on it and brought it back! Why wouldn't she just bring me the seafood that is supposed to go on top of the salad. Weird!
Very nice for a relaxed slow paced Sunda ...
Very nice for a relaxed slow paced Sunday brunch. The service was slightly slow but we weren't in a hurry so no problem. That was not our waiter's fault he was amazing. So attentive and anticipated our every need which made our wait for the food a delight. We will be back. It's a promise.
I have been going to market street grill ...
I have been going to market street grill for over 25 years.
This was the worst service.
From the moment we sat until we got our food it took 55 minutes,
They said the kitchen was busy.
Only 1 other table was waiting for their food.
The manager that night should be let go.
Our server that night should have never been hired.
Said to say our going to market street grill is probably over with.
It is always a treat to celebrate a spec ...
It is always a treat to celebrate a special occasion at Market Street. Food, service, ambiance, as always are spot on.
Two minor notes: missed the tuna salad on your menus earlier this year. Seafood omelet could have used less cheesy sauce and more seafood.
One of my favorite restaurants so it was ...
One of my favorite restaurants so it was chosen for dinner with the parents and in-laws. Started off with fresh, briny and plump little Kumamoto oysters that I didn't want to share with anyone! Then everyone at the table enjoyed the best clam chowder in the city, let alone the state, maybe the country. A couple of diners had the Alaskan salmon and halibut platter and couldn't leave a bite behind. Halibut fish and chips, swordfish and more were simply outstanding. Dessert was the vanilla Häagen Dazs ice cream with fresh berries and sabayon cream sauce. To Die For. Can't wait to return.
The restaurant was clean, pleasant with ...
The restaurant was clean, pleasant with a wonderful view of the mountains. We were hosting my niece and her family for dinner. The restaurant wasn't overly crowded but the noise level made it hard to carry on a conversation especially with a large round table that could accommodate the 6 people in our party. The food was good but my husband's cioppino was way to spicy for his liking. Also, the cod fish & chips that I ordered was warm at best and the fries were cold. Since we were with family (who seemed to like their dinners with no complaints), I did not want to say anything to the waitress to destroy the ambiance of our dinner together. All in all, it was a good experience.
I made a reservation through open table ...
I made a reservation through open table but it did not help us . We waited 35 minutes and were the only couples left standing waiting to be seated. We had asked twice and were given reasons why there wasn't a table available. The last time we asked, it appeared they had forgotten about us and finally showed us to a table. Our server was great but getting seated was not.
Too pricy for the food.. Slow service an ...
Too pricy for the food.. Slow service and the quality of the food has gone down consistently over the years. Noisy at the tables. Slow food service, waited for the food way too long. Valet parking lot needs to be marked better. Over cooked food, cold food not even warm..
Service was disappointing. Waited 30 min ...
Service was disappointing. Waited 30 minutes to get our drinks nearly 1 hr. for salad and dinner... Had two large parties served ahead of us, holding up our dinner. We had a 6:00pm reservation, made in advance, seated about 6:15, service was slow all evening. Food was great, but a little disappointed in the slow service.
We went for a family function. The food ...
We went for a family function. The food was good and tasty but had clearly been sitting out for a while. The service was way too slow and our area was not too busy. The Market Street restaurants are still good but nothing like what they used to be. Too bad.
Very slow service. We would of ordered m ...
Very slow service. We would of ordered more if we didn't have to wait so long for our waiter to show up every time. We would of loved more than 1 drink or appetizer or dessert but we didn't think he'd show up again so we ate and left. I ordered off the seasonal halibut menu and it was awful! bad choice. All I got was spinach and two bite size over cooked pieces of halibut. I thought it would be a fillet. The description on the menu should be changed to be more accurate. It used to be my favorite go to restaurant but its really changed for the worse. We'd rather make the drive to Park City to eat.
I lived in SLC 20 years ago and loved th ...
I lived in SLC 20 years ago and loved the Market Street Grill. I was so disappointed this time. Service was awful, food was marginal. I felt totally "ripped off". Paid way to much for such an unfortunate experience. I will NOT be back.
Market Street has always been a favorite ...
Market Street has always been a favorite in our house. The food is consistently great, you can order an entree and know that it will be every bit as good as it was the last time you were there. The setting in Cottonwood Heights is great, we feel very fortunate to have a quality restaurant so close to home.
My wife and I have been coming to Market ...
My wife and I have been coming to Market Street Grill for our anniversary for the past 14 years now and we have always looked at it as a special place to us. After this last time we find ourselves wondering if we could find a better place to celebrate our day. So I reserved a table about a week before so when we got there we really have to wait which is good but even with the reservation we still waited around 1 hour before we saw our food. Also my wife wanted to order a drink but they could not locate a drink menu until around 30 min into being seated. We finally got the drink menu but then it took another 15 min just to get our drinks! So our drinks came out a few minutes before our food which is a no no in restaurant service. No one wants to drink a mixed drink while they are eating their food. On to the food, it was good no doubt but the portions seemed much smaller than the last time we were there. We just felt that almost $100 later for just 2 people was a little over priced for what we actually received. Visiting Olive Garden a few weeks ago really made Market Street look bad on the service side.
Returned to Market Street for dinner, ha ...
Returned to Market Street for dinner, have dined there many times over the years. Food was competent as always, although it never knocks your socks off. Good service, can be pretty noisy. There is a nice patio but wind prevented us from dining our there. Prices have gotten a bit on the high side, over the past few years, seems to me. Service was professional. Frankly, I think breakfast or brunch at Market Street are much better values than dinner. But I'm sure we will be back as nice dining choices in our neighborhood are limited.
No recognition for it being a birthday c ...
No recognition for it being a birthday celebration. Salads were drowning in dressing. Crab cakes were sub par. Our waiter was kind but forgot a lot and timing of meal was not the best. The steak ironically was very good. Funny note, when we asked for vinegar for the clam chowder our waiter brought out balsamic vinegar (that was a first). So we were surprised when those that ordered fish and chips got the malt vinegar. Just a small training point. The cost vs. menu and lack of complexity in flavor was a disappointment.
This was definitely not up to Gastronomy ...
This was definitely not up to Gastronomy's usual standards. My halibut was inexplicably dipped in an egg wash before being cooked, and my Father's Day celebrant's stuffed tilapia had a hollandaise sauce that was basically a solid plank by the time it was served. Our server was oblivious to any of this. Back in my waitressing days, I would have made the chefs re-do the meals before I would have served them. Rather than send them back, we made do and scraped off our offensive coatings. But now three days later, I am kicking myself for not insisting they make our meals correctly. We will not be visiting the Cottonwood location again anytime soon.
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