About Market Street Grill - South Jordan
The Cape Cod exterior at the Market Street Grill in South Jordan sets the mood for exceptional seafood dining. Guests enter a spacious lobby that houses a fish market. The restaurant and market offer a tantalizing selection of fresh seafood from around the world. Also available are delicious desserts and Market Street’s famous clam chowder.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:40pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
10700 South 700 West
$30 and under
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Extensive free parking is provided only a few short steps from the entrance to the Market Street Grill. Convenient drop-off access is available adjacent to the front door. Suitable for handicap access.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer a semi-private dining room for up to 50 guests that is available by advance reservation.
Private Party Contact:
Monae Madson: 8013022262x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Market Street Grill - South Jordan Ratings and Reviews
I love this place for special occasions! ...
I love this place for special occasions! It's like getting away for a couple of hours. The seafood is the best in Utah. Everything is fresh and the waiting staff is great! Great cocktails too! The ambiance is romantic for evening meals. Desserts are awesome! My favorite dining destination!
We went early for the early bird dinner. ...
We went early for the early bird dinner. We sat in a corner, that's where they placed us, and then they turned around and said another party of four that was drinking and very loud. The rest of the length of the table empty. Kinda sad for us.
NO refill on my strawberry lemonade, not ...
NO refill on my strawberry lemonade, not enough check holders for (4) separate invoices at our table. The deep fried (Halibut) fish was a bit stale tasting. Sister in laws Salmon was barely cooked and she doesn't care for that trendy Sushi that the Japanese brought over to the States. Sushi is for those to eat that have nothing but time on their hands, flitting around from one restaurant to another to satisfy their egos. What about serving/volunteering to help mankind
instead of having to eat out at the latest fad restaurant? Salad, parsley potatoes, rolls and ice cream were all excellent! Now, how do I get back on the B-day freebie list that I use to be part of?
The restaurant was expecting us, and sea ...
The restaurant was expecting us, and seated us right away. The table was great, large enough to enjoy dinner and to conduct business with a laptop. The service was outstanding as well--our waitress was very good and on top of things.
The experience at this establishment was ...
The experience at this establishment was horrible. Had a reservation at 7 wasn't seated until 7:30. First appetizer came at 8. Dinner came at 8:30. It was a Tuesday night and they were not busy. No bread was brought and getting a drink took forever.
The cost of the food is way over priced and service was the worst I have ever had.
To start, our waiter was attentive. Drin ...
To start, our waiter was attentive. Drinks were regularly refilled. And the king crab was absolutely delicious.
Having said that, the people across from us complained to 3 different members of management and the managers were actually publicly ARGUING with the customer. Each one! They brought out 3 slices of sourdough for 2 people. The seating arrangement was awkward and uncomfortable. The waiter came and took our bread plate before we were even finished eating our tiny portion of bread. I had $32 tough and chewy expensive shrimp and only enough of it for a kids meal. Our table was dirty when we sat down that no one ever cleaned it off.
That was our first experience at Market Street Grill and we left feeling unimpressed. I hate to say that, because we were so excited to finally go to the place we've heard so much about.
Warm cinnamon buns a poor substitute for ...
Warm cinnamon buns a poor substitute for sourdough toast and raspberry jam. I love breakfast at Market Street downtown, and I'll even make a stop at their airport location when catching an early morning flight. So it was disappointing that the experience out south was not the same. The food wasn't bad. But no jam! I'll stick to their downtown location.
We waited 15 minutes to be in Initailly greeted by our server. When he arrived, we were ready to order. He assumed we had been in before. My wife said we had plenty of time to decide in which our server didn't respond. He possessed no personality and delivered average service at best. Food was pretty good but you really don't get what you pay for. Maybe not a typical experience here, but we will take our business elsewhere for our next special occassian.
I had heard great things about market street, so I was excited to go for my anniversary. I was so sad that it was not what I had hoped for. Service was extremely slow and we didn't get our appetizer, at least we weren't charged for it. The meal was only ok. Maybe the downtown location is better.
Excellent service and food
We had a really special evening. I asked for some special accommodations for my anniversary and the Chef and the Hostess were more than willing to help. They made it a really special evening for us. The food was fabulous. I love coming here.
I had been previous to this visit and re ...
I had been previous to this visit and remembered a different experience. overall I took my wife on a date, and it just seemed extremely rushed. We went early to specifically avoid this, but it just seem to still be a feeling we were getting rushed out the door :(
Great Brunch Food
Food was very good and value was good as well. Service was not very good. Server did not even know how to open a bottle of wine. Claimed it was different from her "regular" opener, but this kind of service is EXPECTED at a restaurant like this one. Was very slow to get items requested, like straws for water. Will come again for brunch.
Maybe they'll be nice...if you spend enough money
I went to Market Street Grill in South Jordan to celebrate Mother's Day. I haven't been there for several years and was looking forward to it. Sadly, I was disappointed to find that their menu had changed significantly to the exclusion of most of the non-seafood items. It is just a surf and turf now. The only other dish they have is a very garlicky ravioli. Our waiter Fransisco was sarcastic and inattentive after we didn't order from the expensive end of the menu or any libations. For all this we paid a high price. I would never go there again.
Great food, slow service
The reservation process was great. We walked right in and sat down at our table. The food was great (as usual), however the service was terribly slow. From the time we ordered until the time the check came was 1 hour and 45 minutes. We knew what we wanted to order before the waitress even greeted us 15 minutes after being seated. Thank goodness we ordered our food at that time or who knows how much longer we would have had to wait. We waited a good 20 minutes before receiving any soup, another 30 minutes until the main entree arrived (that's 50 minutes after it was ordered), ate the main entree and sat and waited for the waitress. She finally came and took dessert requests which took 20 minutes to be delivered and then it took nearly 20 minutes for her to simply ring up our check. We had to younger children with us that we're very well behaved as we spent a good 87% of our time just sitting and waiting on a waitress. Without a reservation this would have been a very miserable experience.
Good but pricey!
Had dinner for four, for a birthday dinner. appetizer, two drinks, four entrees and two deserts were over $250 with tip. Service was good but slow. It was a Friday night and VERY busy and they seemed very understaffed. Our waiter was very overworked and seemed to have many tables. All the servers around us were also looking harried. We had the crab stuffed mushroom (skip it) it was watery and under seasoned. For entrees we had salmon, crab and steak dishes. The steak was very beefy but also underseasoned. They have a prix fixe menu with Filet Oscar which is the best value on the menu. They also have a early bird which is a good value as well. The noise was louder than average, but still OK, Will I go back? Yes- but probably only for the specials.
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