About The Foundry Grill @ Sundance
The Foundry Grill was opened in July of 1996. The name is taken from the concept of the large foundry wall located in the main room. The word foundry also implies simplicity and a return to the fundamentals. The room, the service, and the menu are an extension of this idea. The Foundry Grill is committed to providing the freshest of vegetables and meats cooked in our apple wood rotisserie oven. In warm weather, the patio opens for outside dining. Sundance believes in the preservation of our resources; all our water glasses are created from recycled glass and are hand blown here at the Sundance Resort.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 9:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Resort parking available for all our guests.
Private Party Facilities:
The Foundry Grill is available for private party rentals. Price is dependent on the day, date, menu, set up, and whether lodging has been booked for the group.
Private Party Contact:
Jonny Losee: 8012234216x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
The Foundry Grill @ Sundance Ratings and Reviews
The Foundry Grill offers a wide choice o ...
The Foundry Grill offers a wide choice of dining delights. This is supported by pleasant and helpful staff, mood-setting decor, excellent menu and efficient operations. This venue is a highlight of the Sundance experience.
NOT IMPRESSED...GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT!!! ...
NOT IMPRESSED...GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT!!! Arrived at the restaurant with great hopes. We were seated at a small two person table...ok, kind of intimate BUT it was in the middle of the room! EVERYONE coming and going and server had to pass by us. Then the table (only 2 feet apart) next to us had 2 loud obnoxious people and the more wine they drank, the louder they got. We couldn't even hear each other to carry on a conversation. There were several empty tables that we could have been seated at and they stayed empty the whole time we were there. I may be able to understand it if we were really late for our reservation and the place was packed and they wanted to punish us, but it was towards the end of the night and they just wanted to keep the customers in one area... all about their convenience. When our server brought our appetizers and bread we asked for two small plates because the couple next to us had taken them just before we were seated because they never got the extra plates they asked for.... well we never got ours either. Salad was good, but you can't mess up a salad too much. The halibut my husband had was tasteless and tough and WTH was that side it was paired with? The pasta I had was good, but I have had better and for far less. We had planned on having dessert, but by this point we just wanted to cut our losses and get back to our cabin. If you are very pretentious you are going to LOVE this place.
We love the relaxed and rustic ambiance ...
We love the relaxed and rustic ambiance of the Foundry Grill. The service is always knowledgeable, friendly and attentive. On this visit, the lunchtime entree selections allowed for varied appetites and preferences. We ordered the veggie flatbread pizza and a catch of the day fish sandwich (salmon). Both were nicely prepared and delicious. Also worthy of mention was my beverage, a very refreshing rocky mountain cooler, consisting of ginger beer, agave, lime and mint - a welcome drink on a very hot day. We'll definitely be back!
The food at The Foundry Grill was surpri ...
The food at The Foundry Grill was surprisingly unremarkable: our entrees ranged from too bland to too salty. However, I'd still go back again because the service was impeccable - attentive and friendly - and the ambience is incredible!
Great experience! For holidays, be sure ...
Great experience! For holidays, be sure to make a reservation if you want a table for brunch. They get crazy busy and try to arrive early to sort out any parking challenges that may arise. Brunch buffet was great. Lots of choices, all presented beautifully. The meal can get expensive rather quickly if you like to enjoy mimosas with your meal. Definitely would do again!
Been there a half dozen times for the Su ...
Been there a half dozen times for the Sunday brunch which has always been excellent. Prompt wait staff and nice decor. Only downside was the no mimosas before noon. Not their fault, just Utahs' lack of separating church and state.
We've been going to the foundry for over ...
We've been going to the foundry for over a decade and the quality of the experience has declined over the past few years. The fillet was ordered medium and came out rare. The wait staff was unobservant not sure the experience matches other competitive restaurants.
The ambience of the resort is wonderful, ...
The ambience of the resort is wonderful, not so impressed with our server Patrick, he seemed in a constant rush and we had to ask the guy who was pouring the water to check on some things we ordered with Patrick, that never came. This was a case of role reversal whereby if the water/bus guy was our actual waiter, it would have been a much better experience. My only other comment was that the Hawaiian Pizza did not state on the menu that it actually had hot peppers on it, which I can't tolerate. Other than that, the hostess who sat us was charming and professional and our request for an outside table was honored.
Perfect Birthday Dinner
Took my wife here for her birthday. They were very accommodating and went out of their way to make it a special occasion. I called ahead to see if there was anything outside of the norm that they could do and they have a Bakery on-site. They baked a wonderful red velvet cake with Raspberry mousse filling (3 layers). The hostess took photos and distracted my wife while the cake was brought out as a surprise. Could not have asked for a better experience. :-)
Disappointing compared to 10 years ago. ...
Disappointing compared to 10 years ago. Waited half an hour past reservation time to be seated. Brunch featured less than fresh food. Pre-cooked eggs, bacon, pancakes and banana bread were cold. Only saving graces were smoked salmon and peach and cherry cobbler.
Expected much better. Not worth $37 per person or the drive.
The atmosphere at Sundance is incomparab ...
The atmosphere at Sundance is incomparable. For years it has been my go to place for business lunches, excellent breakfast, and wonderful dinners. A quick ten minute drive from Provo takes you to a place that feels like a serene escape from the busy day. Very good food and service. It's an excellent choice to dine here whenever possible.
This was the absolute WORST experience I ...
This was the absolute WORST experience I have ever had in my dining experiences! The waitress overlooked our table, intentionally, and took the order of a table that came in behind us. The food was not up to standards, in any form or manner. I've had better service at Applebee's! And then of all things, when I wake up, after I left a tip that I should have not left, I was overcharged. Needless to say I will never done at the Foundry, even if Robert Redford himself paid for my meal!
Could have been great but...
We looked forward to special lunch and was very unfortunately greeted with a jackhammer through the lunch. Made it absolutely impossible to enjoy. For the caliber and price of the restaurant - you need to absolutely suspend the construction during peek hours at the very least or close the restaurant for the duration of construction. Not fair to your patrons - very expensive for a horrible experience.
We've been wanting to try this restauran ...
We've been wanting to try this restaurant for a long time and finally went on a quiet Sunday night. The ambiance was great , loved the rustic natural feeling, much like the Tree Room. Service was awesome, attentive, not intrusive. Hubby had the trout and said it was delicious with interesting combination of seasonings. I had the pork chop which was tasty, but a bit tough and dry. I had expected a much thicker and more tender piece of meat with more flavor. The cheese grits were a bit too runny but tasty. We will probably return since there were other menu offerings we would like to try.
Always love this place
We eat at the Foundry Grill about 5-6 times a year, sometimes more. (We only eat out about a month, so...) It has always been a good place to go if you need to impress someone. The food has never disappointed and it's a good place to get a drink or a glass of wine with your food and good service from a staff who seems to care about their customers.
This time however, we had reservations because it was a birthday. We arrived 10 minutes early and were told we'd have to wait right to the time we reserved. Okay, no problem. There was only 1 other couple waiting when we arrived. We sat and waited, watching as people started pouring in, each group being taken back to tables as they arrived. We finally asked and were told they were all only seating two-person tables, but since ours was a 4 person, they were waiting for 2 groups to leave who'd already paid their checks, but were sitting around shooting the breeze.
I know for a fact that many of the people who were seated were larger than just 2 people. The group right next to us had 6. An HOUR LATER!!! not an hour after we arrived, but an hour beyond our reservation time, and we were the last people left in the waiting area, we were finally seated. This was very disappointing, since we did actually go through the rigmarole of booking online in advance. There goes my impressive place to take clients and out-of-towners. I'll have to go back to using Salt Lake City restaurants.
Although we weren't seated until nearly 20 minutes past our on-line reservation, we were greeted quickly. Jordan was very nice, though not extremely personable. She was quick to get us our drinks and take our order. The food came very quickly and was delicious. Although our table viewed the inner parking lot, the ambiance and views outside were amazingly beautiful.
We love the Foundry Grill but we were ve ...
We love the Foundry Grill but we were very disappointed on April 21st. We came to celebrate our children college graduations and had made reservations. We got seated a little later than our reservation time but that was not a big deal. Our food server was very nice but we waited forever for every course and our sons fried chicken was way undercooked but because the service was so slow he shared his wife dinner. The rest of our dinners were delicious. The restaurant was just overcrowded with big parties and and it was obvious the kitchen was under staffed.
Meatloaf too spicy
Enjoyed the restaurant. The ambience was wonderful and the scenery beautiful. My husband and I were celebrating our anniversary. We enjoyed the appetizer and my husband enjoyed his filet mignon. My meatloaf was way too spicy. I wish the server would have mentioned the spicy taste when I asked him his opinion on the dish. I could only eat half of it because of the spice. I would have ordered something different.
Ideal Mountain Brunch - doesn't get much better
Regularly choose this Sunday Brunch option, particularly when we have out of town guests. Everyone loves the serene location, the ski runs and white capped mountains. The service here is impeccable and we have actually lucked out and had the same server over two visits within a 30-day period. Always a first-class experience and it will leave your guests wanting to return as often as we do...
Best relaxing, delicious brunch
I love the Foundry Grill for brunch. I have visited a few times and the food is varies but is always delicious and exceptional. The selection is amazing, from prime rib to omelets, cheese and fruit selections, poached eggs, french toast, and the most delicious pastries and coffee. I love the ambiance as well, big windows with views of the mountain surround from a warm, rustic cabin. The servers are attentive and quick to meet your needs. I've never seen stray children running around or heard them yelling in excess either, which is an added bonus. It's a very enjoyable, relaxing dining experience that will leave you satisfied and happy.
Lack luster were those really stale eggo waffles?
Leggo my eggo? Really? Is that really what you are offering? Lack of viable breakfast options for a pricy brunch. French toast and what I am almost positive are eggo waffles. The waffles tasted stale and hard. Couldn't even chew the corners. The chef should consider whipping up some fresh waffles, pancakes or french toast... Overall disappointing given the price tag. Try Stein Ericksen brunch instead. Also $20 corkage fee- wow, it must have been really difficult to open that bottle. Other places offer a $10 cork fee. Brunch felt more like chuck -a rama options rather than high end resort offerings.
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