on February 3, 2007
The Goldner Hirsch changed chefs in mid-2006. We’ve eaten there once since. It did not seem up to the previous high standard as Park City’s best restaurant; more a typical good Park City restaurant, and no longer the clear #1 choice in Park City/Deer Valley. #1 followed the former chef to JeanLouis Restaurant in the nearby center of Park City.Wines are $32 to $110, also by the glass. There is an atmospheric bar between the hotel entrance and the dining room.Adding to the pleasure of a lunch or dinner at the Goldner Hirsch is the delightful decor of the restaurant. This is a place where you feel good just sitting there. Brightly lit by the sun at lunch, the dining room takes on a different atmosphere in the glow of the fire and the dim lights at night.The Goldner Hirsch is on Park City’s free bus route. By car, take Royal Street or Marsac Avenue/Empire Canyon Raod from the Deer Valley traffic circle. Parking under the hotel (enter from the rear) or in the lot next to the hotel.
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