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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.
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121
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
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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
Oysters, calamari, tuna were excellent. One steak was perfect the other came medium ( when asked for medium rare to rare ). Service was very lacking. She was extremely innattentive and didn't seem to care about our needs. Unfortunate because restaurant has makings for fantastic restaurant
I have had some interesting brunches at Market Street in the last month. I'll never go back to South Jordan. close to an hour from ordering and still no food. Left after the manager was trying to intimidate me about it. Went to Cottonwood yesterday, food was very good, probably the best I've had there. But we are back to the same problem as S. Jordan, from seating to leaving with no kicking around after eating, it was a 2 hour marathon for brunch. Plenty of reflecting between finally getting coffee to finally taking our order to finally getting our food to finally getting our checks. Way to long for my liking. I think I'll just give up on Market Street and I'll have more time to enjoy the day. Thank you
Love the location one of my favorite brunch spot ❤ brought one of my girlfriends that I haven't seen in awhile, as usual Brenda (manager) came and greeted me 😊 I usually request Jerry but wanted to be seated in a booth. We had amazing Snow Crab Omelette with Market Street Potatoes delicious. Thank you for the great food and ambiance!!!! Lance was our waiter, good service and very funny guy. I highly recommend this location for great view of the mountain 🎉🎉
Consistency prevails for the most part...good food, good service. That is what I like best about Market Street. It is a little pricey however so it is not a place I choose frequently; mostly special occasions. My only complaint is the quick removal of finished dishes when others at the table are not done yet. I don't like getting the "rush act" so they can turn the table over.
Have eaten at Market Street for over 20+yrs and lately the food has not been up to the quality that it was in the past. I thought it was because it was a busy night or they were short of help, but it has continued to trend downward. I hope they can train and maintain better chefs in the near future.
I've seen mixed reviews for this restaurant but we had a good experience. Made reservations and we were immediately seated when we arrived. Different courses came in a timely fashion. Stuffed mushrooms were heavenly. Mexican shrimp dish was excellent. My wife's chicken curry dish was also delicious. Nobody can match their clam chowder. From what I can tell, it's the same recipe they've been using since they started back in 1983. Portions were generous. Waiter was friendly and checked back a few times to see how we were doing. All in all, a great dining experience. Though we went for dinner, they are also great for lunch, especially for business clients.
The most recent visit to the Market Street location in Cottonwood provided many of the same concerns of previous visits. The price point is higher than justified by the plated food...unless you seek out specials such as their early dining option, or their prix fixe. Their service staff is poorly informed and below standards associated with similar price points. Listing one vintage of wine, which was considered superior, while serving a different vintage (which was considered a decided drop in quality by the winemaker themselves) is unprofessional. Particularly when the server attempted to cover the label so the vintage could not be read. Small things...but all to the negative.
We hadn't been to Market Street in a long time and after our visit we remembered why. First they didn't have the sparking wine I wanted. However, asking for a glass of prosecco (because they provide floats on the cocktails) I was able to get a glass of that, which was nice.
I ordered the California halibut that was supposed to come grilled, but came breaded. It was a little mushy, not flaky like I would expect halibut to be, very disappointing because it was fresh rather than the Alaskan frozen I didn't want to send it back because our waitress was very overwhelmed with all her tables. My husband ordered the 2 crab combo because it was the crab festival. For $60 he should have received about twice the amount of crab he got.
The only redeeming factor was our server, she was great.
We will not be going back. The prices have continued to climb, but the value has gone down.
Had the best server ever. Her name was MJ and she made the entire evening so enjoyable. The food is typically good at this location, but tonight was especially amazing. I ordered the fresh grouper, and it was done to perfection. Hadn't enjoyed grouper since my last visit to the Bahama's. I'm still swooning over it!
Unfortunately, the last few times of dining here have not been great experiences. This most recent was probably the one where we don't go back for some time and here's why. 1- The clam chowder was so scorching hot, the clams were overcooked. 2- They were out of crab cakes at 8pm. This is a main menu item, not a special item. I find it difficult to understand running out of one of the staples on the menu. 3- The Florentine bake was way overcooked. The halibut was so dry and tough, your teeth clicked while chewing and the crab was chewy and had no flavor. 4- The overall service was extremely slow. I had to ask for my drink 3 times before getting it.
It's understandable that once in a while things will happen but, this has been a pattern for at least the last 3 times we've eaten here. When you drop $100 on dinner for two, I don't think it would be unreasonable to expect a high level of quality coming out of the kitchen resulting in a meal worth repeating. It seems like since the death of the owner, things have declined.
first of all when came in, table was dirty and had old butter sitting there, then the ambient was not the greatest need of remodeling and new plating, especially for the price people pay for their food. Then the food was not worth the price, salmon was very dry and didn't have a lot of flavor and same for the halibut and sea bass, presentation was not there, and the worst part was the side salad, it seemed old and seem that they didn't take the time to cut the lettuce and make it look presentable and didn't know whats a Caesar salad instead they just brought a toss salad with caesar dressing ....it more looked like chopped with hands. I mean for the price of the food I feel like it should be one of or the best seafood restaurant around utah. they really need to improve their flavor and moisture on the fish....and make way better salads. It was embarrasing.
Still one of the few seafood restaurants that serve halibut. Went during crabfest. I had the crab stuffed halibut. It was done just right. Our son had the halibut fish and chips a family favorite. Serve was spot on. The Cottonwood location is very scenic with a good view of the mountains and with a mountain stream cutting across the outdoor patio. For a place 800 miles away from the nearest ocean they have a way with seafood.
Market Street Grille came highly recommended by a friend who lives in the area. We made a 7pm reservation for Friday night, and even then had a 10 minute wait. The restaurant has a fun "New England fish house" decor, complete with a lively oyster bar. The service was timely and friendly. We both ordered seafood. My husband's Ahi tuna was wonderful. My Alaskan planked salmon was over-seasoned and a bit overdone for my taste. Still, it did not warrant sending it back. We splurged on the chocolate cake to split and still had to take some home! Net, an enjoyable evening.
Disappointing visit. The food was very good as always, but the service was so slow it was very disturbing. First we had a 6pm reservation, it took 15 mins to be seated--I have dined at Market street where I have been 15 mins late for my reservation and they have cancelled it. Should go both ways, and at 6pm, please it should not be a 15 min wait when you have a reservation.
Server was also very slow, bar was slow, took forever to get food. In total we were at our table for 1 and 1/2 hours. That is too long. There is no restaurant that doesn't want to turn a table in more than that time. And as a guest, I don't want to wait that long.
Second time in a row that we have had a disappointing dining experience. Food is good, rest not so much.
The service was great. I had the special a steak with lobster. The "steak" was 1/4 in thick and mostly fat and grissle. The management should be embarrassed by the tablespoon of lobster meat. For that I paid $35. Chef, how could you serve that and call it special?
So disappointing. My friend took me for my birthday lunch. We ordered oysters, chowder, and a caprese salad. The service was so slow, the table of three that came in AFTER us were served full hot entrees BEFORE we got our salad. The server knew nothing about oysters - introduced the Select Northwest as "West Coast", and called the balsamic glaze "sauce". Actually, that part is kind of funny now.
I have enjoyed dining at Market Street Cottonwood over the years, from special occasions to business meals and large parties. The quality of the food is consistently good but some of the menu items are a bit on the expensive side, although this could be a supply and demand issue with seafood. The service is generally prompt and very good. I love the views of the mountains.
Wish the salmon sandwich had more veggies (on the patty or on the side). The crab cakes were light, flaky and mostly crab with no fillers added and were served with my favorite green, arugula. The New England chowder was/is a masterpiece, as usual, and served piping hot-- the way we enjoy soup!
Attentive service and delicious food is the perfect combination for a lunch gathering with friends.
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