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About Log Haven
Log Haven, long synonymous with wildflowers, waterfalls and fine canyon dining, is located in a historic log mansion in the Wasatch National Forest, minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. Named 'Top 10 Romantic Restaurant in the U.S.' by USA Today! Consistently honored with the most national and local awards in the industry: Best Utah Restaurant, Best Salt Lake Restaurant, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, and the coveted Hall of Fame Award. “This is the highest honor we can give a restaurant in Utah. It means that besides having great food, terrific ambiance and passionate people, something magical has happened to make this restaurant so consistently excellent on all fronts that it thrives as an inspiration to everyone in the business.” -Salt Lake Magazine
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Monday: Begin seating at 5:30 p.m. with last seating at 9:00 p.m.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Friday - Sunday from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Banquet, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Two course Steak & Lobster Special for $31 until 6:00pm Monday thru Friday. Expires April 29, 2016.
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Log Haven is Utah's most scenic wedding and special event location. Situated on 40 private acres in the Wasatch National Forest, Log Haven offers an exceptional setting and exquisite cuisine for a variety of special events, including corporate dinners, retreats, luncheons, and wedding ceremonies.
Log Haven Ratings and Reviews
Routinely rated as best restaurant and most romantic, and deservedly so. I've eaten here twice in the past few months and both times the food was exquisite. The ingredients are perfectly combined, the food perfectly prepared, and the setting is sublime. Food and dining as fine art.
I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a great getaway up the beautiful canyon for some of the best food around. We had the bison and goose and both dishes were amazing. The plating was beautiful and portions were perfect, my sincere compliments to the chef. We will definitely be back.
My business associates from San Francisco, who came to Salt Lake for the first time, were extremely impressed with the location, the drive up the canyon, the beautiful site and the amazing meal. They were not expecting little Salt Lake City to have such a nice place in a stunning setting.
Could have been better, I didn't like being treated like I didn't matter that much. I know I'm not a regular dropping 600+$ but to be treated like I didn't matter wasn't fun. They placed us in an odd location, off by ourselves, which was fine, but our view was the entrance, so we got to watch people walk in on out of the restaurant rather than a waterfall or something more enjoyable like nature. Our waitress was... good, easily forgotten and didn't seem too concerned with us, I had to ask for more bread, water, check etc. Honestly I've had better waiters at much cheaper places. When eating I bit down on either some elk bone, or squash seed, something really hard that hurt my teeth. I placed it on my bread plate and pointed it out to the waitress and she just shrugged it off. Not very good customer service from waitress or staff. They did fulfill a special request from me which was nice of them, so thank you. Honestly if id spent 75-100$ here Id been fine, but to spend 200+$ and leaving wishing id taken my wife to a red robin instead isn't worth it for me. The Elk was great 8/10, the salad wasn't good 4/10, portion size was small, and my upside down pineapple cake wasn't great 5-10. We did really enjoy my wife's coconut scuffle, that was 9/10. My wife's Bison was okay 7/10. Id say this place is a solid 6/10. Could be an 9/10 if service was better or pricing was cheaper.
I don't know where to start - from the decor, overall ambience, location, attentive staff - this place is amazing! Take a walk in the courtyard and up to the decks to experience the view and peacefulness of the mountains. Then go into the restaurant for amazing food! Every single person in our party (there were 6 of us) wiped our plates clean and we all had different dishes. Dessert was amazing to top it all off! I can recommend every single thing on the menu without hesitation!
This is our favorite restaurant. We have never been disappointed, have always enjoyed our meals there.
They prepare local ingredients, change the menu according to the season, and have a very creative chef.
You won't be disappointed, plus it is worth the vue on the water fall.
Decided to surprise my husband and take him here for his birthday. He absolutely loved it, as did I. The atmosphere is comforting, cozy and romantic. The food was amazing and unique. It was quiet and the live music was a perfect touch. We took our time and highly enjoyed ourselves.
This is by far my favorite place I've been to since I moved to Salt Lake city. It isn't cheap, but if atmosphere, good food, and a great wine list are important to you, this place is a jackpot. On top of that, the views are amazing and it's nestled in a nearly magical little corner of the canyons. Must visit.
The food was good, location beautiful, but the service was disappointing. The server was thoughtful but painfully slow. The manager was kind enough to comp one dessert after noticing my frustration. I apprecate his proactivness to get our bill so we could get our 2 yr old home.
Came here for Easter dinner with my family. Was excited to receive a table near the window as it overlooked the beautiful canyon, however right outside my window was a large dumpster with garbage piled high. I was very disappointed with the food. Heavy, oily, salty, even the fish was dense, heavy and chewy and covered in a heavy sauce that was unpalatable . All the courses of all 5 meals weren't good. Even the strawberry cheesecake came with a preservative like strawberry paste instead of fresh berries. $300 out the door was very disappointing. Beautiful drive to get there. Maybe the regular menu (instead of the Easter menu) has more fresh and tasty options. I can think of 100 other places in Salt Lake was just as great ambiance and 10 times better food. 🙁
Haven't been to Log Haven for several years so thought Easter would be a good opportunity to visit it again. The food was just ok. Ordered the lamb and it had gristle and was overcooked with not much sauce. The swordfish was a little dry and not much sauce either. The spinach salad was nothing special. The cost of the dinner at Log Haven was $48 per person. The cost of the buffet at Grand America is $55 and my friend raved about the food and presentation even though it is a 'buffet'. We have been to Grand America for their Easter buffet and it is well worth the money. Probably won't visit Log Haven again even though it is in the Hall of Fame from Salt Lake magazine.
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