Gray Cliff Lodge Restaurant

508 Ogden Canyon Rd, Ogden
(801) 392-6775

Recent Reviews


This is a quaint location! It feels like walking into a home in the 1850's, but it is fine dining. The oatmeal pie was fantastic and the candied apple was quite the surprise! The staff were friendly, calm, yet funny. We had a good time and can't wait for the snow to go away so they are open more often.Food: 5/5

Pamela Hansen

Went here for Valentine’s Day. Mediocre restaurant. I expected much better food for the price. The ambience is really nice though. I got the prime rib and it was good, but not exceptional. Had to ask for refills on drinks, condiments etc. service was ok. Hopefully the brunch is better.

Courtney Putnam

There are a lot of reviews for this restaurant so I will try to cover what is not mentioned. To the person who says everything is canned or packaged, you are wrong. I invite you to look for his review. He claimed everything was prepackaged that he was served. It's actually fun to read.What I will say is this is an experiential restaurant. The food is decent but not outstanding. This is not a steak restaurant. The steaks are the quality you would get at WinCo foods. The baked potatoes are small. The chicken portions are small. What I enjoy most about this restaurant is the service and the atmosphere. I have never left here hungry and have always had a good time. If you are in Ogden and want to eat somewhere special, this is a good choice with a great history.

Lisa Tooke

All I can say is don't do it. I don't even want to leave one star. My husband's steak was so much more than well done and he asked for medium and it was not warm. My shrimp was pretty bland and over cooked, and my rice was luke warm and mushy. The fruit cup tasted like canned fruit cocktail. The cinnamon rolls definitely did not taste homemade. We didn't even want the dessert after eating what we ate. Our bill? $70. Most of the staff was nice though. I'm glad if any of you out there had a better experience here but, personally, I will never go back.

Andy O.

We were visiting Utah over the Christmas holidays and luckily came across Gray Cliff Lodge. They were so incredibly hospitable and sweet. Our meals were absolutely delicious and the desserts were so memorable. The restaurant is charming with a historic delight and they staff could not be more charming. We loved it.

asya palfreyman

This gem takes you to a time of years passed. The ambience is wonderful. The food is delicious and fair priced. The staff was attentive and kind. Their Christmas decorations were incredible. One of my husbands and my favorite local restaurants.

Mike C.

Had a great dining experience this Thanksgiving Day (2022) at the Gray Cliffs Lodge. The buffet was very nicely laid out,with great food. The service was top notch. Overall a great dining experience!!

Jason Hearne

We stayed at the Alaskan Inn 2 blocks from here and everyone couldn't stop reccomending this place a 5 course meal $25-35 a person and made from scratch with fresh local ingredients. Its well worth it and ask about the story of the place it just adds to how amazing that place is!They do take reservations but we didn't have one. They heard it was our anniversary and put candles in our desserts. We had like 3-4 waitresses always making sure we were good. This place truly is a one of those hole in the wall treasures and we will surely be coming back with friends and family!

Wayne Hilsendeger

Very old very quaint, we love the place!The food is to die for.Limited seating make a reservation.A seasonal operation with shortened hours in off season,They do not serve much frozen food, fresh trout is a menu staple.Will go here every time we are in the area, which is no t often enough as we live 2,000 km. away!

eric h

Beautiful location and great food. I had the trout and my associate had a steak. Both were great along with the soup and desert. It’s a supper club atmosphere.

Gerardo Blanco

The food was horrible. The fruit cocktail was from a can, the tomato juice was from a can, the chicken fried stake wasn’t breaded, it was a hamburger patty flattened. The white gravy was too bland. The mashed potatoes were from a box and the 15-beans soup tasted like just water with some beans in it. The rolls were pathetic. Oh, and the lemonade was watery Country Time powder. Few times I have had such a poor experience in a restaurant. AND, the prices were exorbitant. I don’t know how someone can charge those prices for that food in good conscience. Go to the store, get some canned clam chowder soup and eat it. It’ll be more flavorful, filling, and WAAAY cheaper.

Ashlee Sperry

I ordered the halibut with a side of rice & it was just okay. I'm not sure if it's because I was remembering going up to Easter Brunch years ago but the dinner tonight just wasn't that good. I ordered the fruit cup & the small bit of sherbet was delicious! Not many tables occupied

Kevin Cummings

Good food in a charming atmosphere. The multi course meal in a rustic setting feels like something that survived from an earlier age. The food, service and atmosphere are top notch and the prices are very reasonable. Definitely worth the short (and beautiful) drive up the canyon.

Jessica Deason

This place is a hidden gem. We are so happy a good friend recommended it. This is a true 5 course meal and well worth the price. I had the halibut and it was AMAZING. My husband had the filet and it was tender w great flavor. The cinnamon rolls were great, the husband got a 1/2 dozen to go.

Bryan D

for the price you get a lot of food, and dessert is included. kids meals are also a lot of food, too much for my kid. bread leaves something to desire very dense. had steak and chicken combo both came out perfectly cooked and tasted great. we had a large group and a private room, waitress was great and able to controll a bunch of friends who hadn't seen each other in a long time. staff was on top everything and friendly.

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