1701 Park Blvd, Ogden
Got here on a Friday when they opened. Party of 4 was able to get seated. Had prime rib cooked perfectly and the shrimp scampi. The service was great. We loved the atmosphere of the restaurant. When leaving the waiting room was packed. Get there early.
Very interesting decor with the capacity to serve a large number of customers. The fried mushrooms are awesome and serving size is large enough to share with the group. The bread and butter are excellent. I ordered the tbone steak it was delicious. Thou I did try the prime rib and would say it was outstanding. Service was fast and efficient
Recommended dishes: Deep Fried Mushrooms
This is a fun place that is decorated to look like the old west. The ribeye steak and the New York steak were both excellent and the prices are reasonable. Their home made blue cheese salad dressing is really good and so is their horseradish sauce. The only negative is that they don’t take reservations for small parties and we had to wait 45 minutes to be seated on a Saturday night.
Recommended dishes: Dinner Salad
I've eaten here multiple times usually it's pretty good. I ordered the lobster and New York strip, and it was the worst lobster I've ever had. It was overcooked rubbery crispy it was terrible. It took at least 10 minutes for a waitress to visit. I paid $60 for trash lobster. The calamari was excellent ?.
Our waitress for one was'nt the friendliest and my meal was not great. She barely even came around to fill up our water. The halibut was not cooked all the way through. Told her about it and she never did anything about it.
This is such a neat place. We went on a Friday night about 530. We got right it in. The atmosphere is very unique. You are set in a secluded booth and the service felt very attentive. We never had an empty drink. The steaks were super tender and broccoli was fresh. We also enjoyed the fried cheese balls that were perfect.
Update 11/9/23Service was great, they were busy and we barely waited to be seated. The waitress was a bus driver by day and a waitress at night. The food was good, but not great. A great steak does not need 57 sauce. The potato was small. The salad was lacking ingredients they used to have. The fried mushrooms are always good.Update went back 8/11/22 Service was fantastic, quick to be seated. Food was much better than out last visit. Please we tried it again.We were went there as a party of 4 spent 150 dollars. 9/29/18 One steak was down right flavorless which is not expected for a 30 dollar plate. When discussed with the waitress she took it back. A female cook then came out yelling and upset we had complained. Then offered to exchange the porter house for a tenderloin which there is no comparison in size. I have been eating there 2 times a year at least for 28 years and the service was so terrible I wont be back anytime soon.
Food was good and cooked correctly. Our group all ordered steaks. Good value. Atmosphere was very dated, with a weird fountain in the middle of dining area.
Recommended dishes: French Bread, Dinner Salad, The Gold Rush, Gold Rush Steak Fries, Steamed Broccoli, Hot Fudge Cake
I have actually never been to a steakhouse before because I eat very little meat. I ordered the miner cart(?) I think it was called - with grilled bell peppers, onion, mushrooms, and pineapple. I asked for less meat and more veggies than usual, and had it with broccoli on the side. I was impressed with the portion size and flavor. All of the staff were caring and friendly, and apparently this is a woman-owned, family-owned establishment. So although it's the opposite of where I would normally choose to dine, I left impressed.
Had to send back my steak and baked potatoe...steak overcooked..potato black inside..Second visit: 10-6-2023 The food was awesome..But our fried mushrooms came out not all the way cooked..(Waitress took right back).. Pictures attached on this one
Me and my wife were able to get VERY intimate in our booth without being disturbed. The privacy of the booths are awesome. Waitress came upon us a couple of times and didn't seem to mind. The food was okay, but this isn't exactly a Ruth's Chris. Salad was really good, and the pie was an excellent way to finish once more before we left. Staff and service was amazing!!!
Recommended dishes: Mud Pie
This place is excellent, enjoyed very much the miners den, the stake & the prime rib are so delicious ??
Recommended dishes: Lobster Tail
My wife and I came here for our anniversary dinner. It was on a Tuesday, however, they seated us in 5 minutes. The food waitress was quick to get us water, and said she would send the cocktail waitress for our adult beverages ?. At least fifteen minutes later the cocktail waitress finally showed up. During which, The food waitress took our food order and brought our salads, which we had half eaten before we got our beers(which were ice cold). Our food (steaks) were brought out very quickly. The steaks were both cooked to perfection, and the baked tatos were also good. We will be back again.?Food 5/5Food service 5/5Beer service 4/5
Waitress was extremely attentive yet she didn't hover us allowing us to enjoy our meal but met all our needs promptly. Food was excellent, steak cuts were very generous and cooked and seasoned to perfection. Loved it
Obviously the steak is great, but what's better is saving half of it for steak and eggs in the morning. Could do without the creepy mannequins, honestly. Love the booths with individual dimmable lights. Service was quick, attentive, and great. The bartender came around multiple times as did our server. They bring your bread, appetizers, and salad one at a time which I really enjoyed. I wish more restaurants still did that. It wasn't as pricey as I imagined, which was nice. My partner got the lobster and steak, and we both got beers and wine with two half plate appetizers and it was around $140. I would eat here again!
1701 Park Blvd, Ogden, UT 84401