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- General Info:
- A Sundance Resort Restaurant opened in 1995 by Robert Redford, Zoom exudes a vibrant communal atmosphere where good food and conversation are celebrated as art forms. Located in Park City, Utah on Historic Main Street, this casually elegant setting, originally a Union Pacific Depot, preserves and pays homage to Park City's pioneering roots. Zoom has a hearty yet sophisticated menu of American Cuisine with a Utah flair.
- Extra Phones:
Primary Phone: (435) 787-8766
TollFree: (800) 880-5494
- Payment method:
- discover, amex, mastercard, visa
- American Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Posted: 12/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We live here in Park City, and no matter who we entertain, friends or business associates ZOOM always delivers.... great inventive menu with great American classics, food quality is very high, service is good with servers that know what they are talking about....I always choose the ""special"". My grandma used to live upstairs when it was a train depot, so we love to eat upstairs... kid's have plenty to choose from, and even sophisticated palette's will be satisfied. It is well worth the wait, look at the cool pictures of Redford and have a great meal and experience...
Posted: 8/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I dropped $200 at Zoom this weekend. We ordered a nice bottle of champagne, appetizers, entrees and dessert.
The service and ambiance was good, but the food was below average - especially for the price. I ordered a filet mignon - (medium) and it came out well done. The potato's lacked flavor too. It's the first time I've spent that much at a restaurant and left food on my plate.
My wife didn't care for the ravioli. It came out overcooked and flavorless.
Posted: 8/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Food, comfort, services, value and general enjoyment I would pick Zoom if I had to chose one restaurant. I've only eaten here twice now, but have never had any problems and the groups I've been with have all generally agreed that the food and service were superb.
Posted: 7/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I visited Zoom with a client during Sundance '08. We had heard good things about the restaurant, and decided to stop by on a whim. We were greeted warmly, and were informed that there would be a 20 minute wait (very typical for a lunchtime walk-in during lunch this time of year). The service was friendly while we waited, and we were soon seated in a corner booth. Our waitress was a lovely but very clueless girl, and were she not so amusing I'm afraid we would have had a miserable experience as far as service was concerned for the remainder of our meal.
We ordered the spicy buffalo onion rings, and were unimpressed. No one (there were 4 of us) could detect any hint of 1)spiciness or 2)""buffalo"" flavor. Though they were bland, they were served hot and the bleu-cheese dip was very good. One of our party had the Ham sandwich, and indicated that it wasn't anything to write home about. I had the Saffron Scented Creamy Risotto, and enjoyed it thoroughly. In fact, it was shared by all of us, as it was the most popular dish on this particular visit. It was just what it purported to be: creamy, saffron-""scented"" and aged balsamic reduction with vegetables. We didn't spring for dessert, as we had dinner reservations. Overall, I was satisfied with the food and enjoyed my lunch, but am unlikely to return with so many fantastic restaurants in Park City.
Posted: 4/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
One of the local tourist pamplets listed Zoom as the place rated ""best burger"" so it was an easy decision when my husband expressed his desire for a burger one evening. We were seated in the dining room where the grill area is in open view and initally it felt quite warm but once we asked our server if the temperature could be adjusted it was fine. The menu has a nice variety of appetizers, salads and entrees. While my husband's decision for the burger was a done deal, I pondered the ribs or pasta. Our server asked which I would most likely not make at home which was the ribs so I settled on that. My husband also expressed an interest in a side of mac & cheese to share which I certainly did not refuse. We split a salad that had a tasty gorgonzola dressing to start. Before long our entrees arrived. The burger was huge (served with hand cut fries) and my half slab of ribs covered the plate. We traded samples of each others meals and were both very happy with our choices. The burger was moist and not dense like some and my ribs were some of the best I have ever had. The sauce had the right balance of sweet and spicy. You know, besides being a great looking leading man and director, this Bob Redford guy has it goin' on at Zoom (guess you can figure out how the place got its name)! Would absolutely come back and already craving those ribs!
Posted: 4/2/2008Provided by Citysearch -
2 salads, 2 main course, 2 desserts (no drinks) we got out at $80 something. Caesar salads were..average. The half roasted chicken left a lot to be desired. The potatoes had no seasoning whatsoever and the 'gravy' was more of a skimpy light reduction rather than a gravy. My husbands ham and swiss sandwich and fries was way better than mine. Dessert was light, the pumpkin mousse was good but only for the first few spoonfuls. Overall the food wasn't bad, but wasn't worth the price tag. We were sat upstairs which became a little loud after other tables were sat but when we left (7:30) the two downstairs rooms were ROARING. We were so glad that we were upstairs because the noise was just overwhelming downstairs. Thanks Zoom but we'll keep looking.
Posted: 3/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great food,but a bit pricey. I went for my birthday and I'm glad I made reservations in advance! The place was filled on a Monday night! Try to get seating upstairs,and Order the Steak. Service IS slow but not too bad. Great wine selection!
The place is hard to find on the street,and of course Parking is always a hassle!
Stay away from the Blondie. It was hard and not tasty at all!