Butcher's Chop House & Bar-Park City Restaurant
751 Lower Main Street, Park City, UT 84060
Butchers's Chophouse & Bar a locals favorite since 2003. Offering superb dining and a late night menu until 12am. Casual attire, kid friendly menu, and pleasant atmoshpere makes us one of Park City's favorites. Come and enjoy our steaks, chops, seafood & more. Located at the base of the town lift, off 7th and Park Avenue. Butcher's Chophouse & Bar, This is the place!
Fax: (435) 647-3033
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Steakhouse, Seafood, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
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For the first time in 49 years, I sent my steak back to the kitchen. It was so fatty and tough that I couldn't cut it even using the restaurant's super-duper massive steak knife. I even asked for a different knife thinking that mine might be dull. By the time the replacement arrived, I was no longer hungry so I took my steak home. When I tried to eat it the following day for lunch, it was impossible to cut. The only way this steak could have been cut and chewed was by a food processor. So, again for the first time in my life, I drove down a mountain, through heavy snow just to present this piece of shoe leather to the restaurant manager. This was supposedly a New York strip. I asked the restaurant personnel to try to identify the cut of meat. They guessed rib eye or sirloin. We will never eat at Butcher's again. The food is terrible and I believe they tried to pass off an inferior grade of beef as a New York strip. There are other great steakhouses in Park City. Go to the Grub Steak or Ruth's Chris instead.
09/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Last night my wife and I had dinner at Butchers and hung out for a nightcap. With a robust dinner crowd the service in the dining room was prompt, informed and friendly. The food was very good. We had calimari and split a chop salad. Both were tasty. She had the filet with crab cake and I had the juicy and delicious cowboy steak. Both cuts of meat were flavorful and served as ordered. The sauted spinach, au gratin potatoes and mushroom sides were excellent compliments. After dinner we went down to the bar for a couple drinks. The scene was a lively mix of about half locals and half tourists. The substantial late night food menu drew a steady flow. The atmosphere was friendly and fun. Although it was our first time there, the staff made us feel like old friends. We had heard good reviews from coworkers and Butchers lived up to those recommendations. There is no question that we will go back and bring our friends.
12/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Listen, we're very forgiving when we go out to eat-things happen, we understand. But this was just plain lousy. The food itself was uninspired, once it finally arrived at our table (took forever.) There are too many other restaurants in PC where you could get much better value for money spent IMHO. I would not recommend.
08/02/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I have been a couple times to Butchers.. I went with a bunch of friends the other night and everything was great. We had appetizers, entrees and desert. The pork chop and the ahi tuna are both really tasty. If you go to the bar area- they serve the same food as the restaurant, but its a little less formal in the bar. Most of the servers down there are really fun and cute. I recommend the halibut tostada appetizer and the chop salad and the BLT salad. Really good martini's too!!
11/17/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Our food took forever to come out and then was cold when it did. It seemed to come out in stages, half our table had the food, while the rest of us did not. We saw the same thing at other tables, it was obviously not our waiters fault. When I did get my steak, I was disappointed, it certainly is not prime beef by any stretch of the imagination. It seemed as if there was no real management to the restaurant as a whole.
There are so many great places to eat when we visit Park City, and absolutely no reason to spend a dime in this place. Avoid.