Prairie Schooner Steak House
- BBB Rating:
- General Info:
- Located in Ogden, Utah, Prairie Schooner Restaurant specializes in steak, prime rib, fresh halibut and walleye fillets. Its dinner menu includes chicken breast, Turkey steak, salmons and Alaskan halibut filets. The restaurant also serves salsa and corn chips, deep-fried mushrooms, Buffalo wings, and cheese and cracker tray. Prairie Schooner Restaurant s desserts menu features caramel apple pies, ala mode, brownie sundaes, and strawberry, blueberry and cherry cheesecake. Additionally, it serves a variety of wines, including Beringer white zinfandel, stone cellars chardonnay, Vendage cabernet sauvignon and Corbett Canyon merlot.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (385) 244-1659
Phone: (801) 621-5511
Phone: (801) 393-1626
Primary Phone: (385) 244-1659
Fax Number: (801) 393-1626
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, visa, mastercard
- Canyon Road
Prairir Schooner Steak House
Prairie Schooner Restaurant and Steak House
The Prairie Schooner
Prairie Schooner Restaurant
- Steak Houses, Barbecue Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Barbecue, Family Style, American, Steakhouse, Seafood
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
02/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have to admit that when I walked into the waiting area of the Prairie Schooner I wanted to walk right back out. The waiting area is lacking and leaves much to be desired. We sat for 10 minutes before a waitress came over (btw, the place was about 1/2 empty on a Saturday night) at which time we were taken to our table; I believe that first impressions are very, very important.
Luckily I found the restaurant itself to be very unique and cozy. The salad was poor - iceberg out of a bag with a little cabbage and peas mixed in. I expect more from a ""fine dining"" restaraunt. I ordered the marinated chicken and au gratin potatoes - both were delicious and made up for the mediocre salad.
The service was wonderful.
06/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is our family's favorite restaurant. We eat at the Prairie Schooner regularly. The Atmosphere is rich and wonderful. Tables are decorated like covered wagons (very private-with a lantern inside that can be dimmed). Old time music plays in the background. The tables are circled around a campfire, small lights twinkle from above to look like stars and the campground is surrounded by life-like wild life. It is a beautiful atmosphere, the waitresses treat the patrons like gold, and the food is Fantastic. Our family members are all steak eaters, and we have never been disappointed by the quality of Prairie Schooner's food. There is no going away hungry in this establishment. If you can find the room-I also recommend the Mud Pie for dessert. It is fantastic. The only problem/complaint is Prairie Schooner fills up quickly and if you don't get in early, you may have to wait a while for your table-so plan ahead. Extremely popular restaurant in Ogden. 100% Recommend this restaurant!
11/01/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I really love this restaurant for it's theme atmosphere. The outdoor area is set to an old west style facade and indoors is a prairie schooner wagon setting. Each booth is a mock covered wagon and the decor resmbles a campsite that the wagons surround. The food is good, but it is expensive so it may be for special occasions rather than a typical night out. Definitely worth at least one visit.
07/04/2004Provided by Citysearch -
The Prairie Schooner Steak House is Utah's and probably America's best kept secret. The food is prepared perfectly, served promptly and becomes the most delicious feast you have ever encountered. The wonderful western ambience delights both young and old. Spotlessly clean and always friendly, take family or friends, you'll wish you lived nearby so you could eat there more often. I truly believe they have the best steaks in America.
06/18/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Prairie Schooner is the place to go for special occasions. It's expensive but the food is good and so is the service. The best thing about this restaurant is the ambience. With the chuckwagon seating and the simulated campfire setting (there is an actual campfire) you feel like you're out roughing it instead of dining at a restaurant. I was so comfortable and so much at peace, that I didn't want to leave after I had finished my meal.