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
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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
As always our experience at Market Stree ...
As always our experience at Market Street Grill was outstanding. The service was perfect, she was always right there when we needed her. The food was amazing for everyone in our party. For special occasions or business reasons this place is Top of the List.
Horrible experience overall. We ordered ...
Horrible experience overall. We ordered the filet oscar and both filets came out completely raw (one was still cold in the center). Then we waited forever for our round of cooked food to come out only to be very bland in taste. The manager offered a free desert to us which was also mediocre at best. The entire meal was over $70 and not even worth $35 in my opinon. Extremely disappointing overall!
Market Street may be the best seafood pl ...
Market Street may be the best seafood place in Salt Lake (although that may be changing), but the bar is pretty low in Utah. Their prices are exorbitant, but the food is generally pretty good. I say "generally" because, the fare is not consistent; you can come in one week and have a wonderfully cooked piece of fish and return the next and have the same order grossly under- or over-cooked. I'd still recommend this place to someone looking for seafood, but I would include the caveats I mentioned regarding pricing and consistency with the recommendation. Relatedly, on our last visit, the server charged us for a soda refill. I don't believe that's the rule here, but it's indicative of the overall theme of the place: keep prices high.
This is my husband's and my go to restau ...
This is my husband's and my go to restaurant for birthdays and our anniversary. We love the food and the early bird menu. We also love the birthday postcards we get that pays for one of our meals. We've never had a bad meal at market street!
Our service was excellent. Server immed ...
Our service was excellent. Server immediately delivered water and bread, kept the food flowing and checked back with us frequently.
Food was excellent. We tried some of the special shrimp entrees. We had a table by the window and thoroughly enjoyed our dinner.
Went for Sunday brunch-food was very goo ...
Went for Sunday brunch-food was very good for all at table (6 people), service was great and prices are reasonable. Restaurant is open, cheerful and clean but it is very noisy so conversation is difficult. Overall I do recommend it as a nice and good place for brunch.
We came here for my husband's birthday w ...
We came here for my husband's birthday with some friends and had a great night. The raspberry tort is to die for, we got a whole one for the table. A few people got creme brulé for dessert with the early bird special and said that was amazing as well.
The food is always very good. The clam c ...
The food is always very good. The clam chowder is the best I have ever tasted and I have tasted clam chowder on the East & West coasts. The service was very friendly and efficient. I have been eating at Market Street since the late sixty's.
I went here with the intention of having ...
I went here with the intention of having a romantic evening and setting the mood for proposing. The meal was delicious and loved it. We are now engaged and so in love thanks for the great time Market Street Grill.
A great dinner with my wife. We enjoyed ...
A great dinner with my wife. We enjoyed great food and great company. The service was back to what I expected from Market Street. The food is always great and this did not disappoint. Recommended for a high end date or special occasion.
The mark of a quality restaurant is the ...
The mark of a quality restaurant is the caliber of the staff. Our server Sid was excellent! We had a bit of a rough experience with respect to the wait time for our food. Instead of letting us wait and faster, Sid kept us informed of the situation the entire time and, did so without finger pointing or blame. She just owned the situation and did so with a smile. When we got our food it was hot, fresh and delicious. Great experience!
I have been a customer of Market Street ...
I have been a customer of Market Street for over 20 years and it is my favorite for lobster tail.
I understand that this restaurant location was designed for a high noise level, however you might consider a slightly lower level for early dinners. Our age is 73 and at least 90 percent of the early dinners were in our age group. Perhaps the music could be adjusted to a lower level for the first seating then raised for the rest of the night.
The chowder was a little thin, I prefer a thick chowder.
Thank you for allowing me to express my opinion.
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.
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