One of our Park City favorites. We returned and had another great experience. I would always recommend coming here. The meatloaf is superb.
We are locals and had heard great things about this restaurant. Several disappointments--we were celebrating a birthday, but the restaurant would not serve us the special wine we had brought (However, as recently as last summer, they had allowed customers to bring in wine and charged a corkage fee, which is fair and standard procedure in Park City.) We had... More
4 of us ate there yesterday and we all had a different dish and we were all delighted by the taste and quality of the food. Not cheap but worth it.We would certainly go back there.
Everything we ate at purple sage was outstanding. Potato chip appetizer, tres unique! Soup, salad, meatloaf and even the basket of warm corn muffins and baguettes were something special. Fantastic service. Love this place.
Start with the sage cocktail, really a delicious light drink. As far as our dinner, my husband said the trout was the best he has ever had. I had their signature meatloaf which was superior to any other meatloaf. Go hungry because portions are generous. And finish with the excellent bread pudding.
I know that the title seems cheesy, but after a hard day on the slopes of Park City/Canyons, you can't beat good old nosh - bison ribs, an antipasto of local cured meats and pate/cheese, and home made soup and ice-cream sandwich made with (big - remember where you are) home made cookies. Thoroughly recommended - especially in winter...!
I enjoyed this restaurant. We ate their twice. Tim the bartender gave us very good service. The High West Smash was very good. The scallops were our favorite. Green chili mac n cheese could use a little more gooey cheese. The house salad has wonderful pecans. The atmosphere was very cool. It was one of my favorite restaurants in Park... More
We were excited to try Purple Sage based on the reviews, but were underwhelmed. The menu is heavy on comfort foods, but we did not think the food was as good as Windy Ridge Cafe (which also has a lot of comfort foods and offers a family meal of entree, salad, sides, and bread for 4 people for just under... More
My husband and I ate here the first week of February, and had a delicious meal. The cheese and meat plate to start was unique and yummy and since I'm vegetarian they added some extra fruit, which I thought was very thoughtful. For my main course I had the butternut squash ravioli, which was really good and flavorful. My husband... More
We enjoyed the appetizer except for the little skillet of mystery meat...terrible. The food was good but in an average way so not bad but room for improvement :) oh and the cookies on the ice cream sandwich were tasty but a little hard so we had to eat ot a little creatively :p
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