You won't find fresher seafood dishing, raw bar or premium steaks, sustainably sourced, creatively crafted and presented in Utah.
Blind Dog is the local’s favorite for modern Japanese ingredients prepared with East Coast originality and attitude. No other restaurant in town can offer the freshest and finest quality seafood year round; can boast one of the most extensive wine lists and cocktail menus in the state, and has the added bonus of ordering an amazing wagyu with your sashimi.
This family-run establishment reeks of comfortable class with a sense of humor to match. Where else can you demand Toro sashimi or Octopus Ceviche to start and finish with a fire grilled grass fed New York Strip or the consistently fabulous Dreamloaf.
Recently featured on Rachael Ray’s Vacations, the Blind Dog arrived on the Park City scene in 1998 and was named for the family’s beloved blind black lab, Rigger.
You'll find a bit of the East Coast nestled in the Wasatch Mountains. Voted “Best Casual Dinner” by Food and Wine Magazine, “Best Crab Cakes and Macaroni and Cheese” by City Weekly and the TripAdvisor 2017 Certificate of Excellence, the menu at “the Dog” can tempt even the toughest of critics.
Oysters, fresh fish, organic steaks, lobster and tons of blue crab make this restaurant stand out. Chef Penn’s flair for reinventing old school recipes, will leave you satisfied and asking the hostess to book you a table for the next night.
The energetic wait staff’s knowledge of the Wine Spectator awarded wine list and extensive cocktail menu will shine the light on getting a drink in Utah as well as entertain your imagination. Ski Magazine calls Blind Dog, “the best local’s secret.” Let the Blind Dog tempt your taste buds and their extremely talented staff entertain as well as give you a night to remember.
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