- $25 for $50 worth of upscale American cuisine
- Casual elegance in Utah's first LEED-certified restaurant
- Floor-to-ceiling glass windows
- Patio seating
- Click to see the menu.
As Utah's first LEED-certified restaurant, Bistro 222 is every bit as innovative as the building that surrounds it. This innovation starts with the contemporary American menu, which puts a fresh spin on the iconic cuisine of California's Wine County. Signature dishes include chophouse steaks, house-made pastas, and freshly caught halibut, trout, and salmon.
Paired with a glass from the restaurant's well-curated wine list, the food makes for an impressive meal. But the dining room is just as impressive as the food. Its floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out onto historic Main Street, and its high-backed booths make meals more comfortable for members of the Utah Jazz. In addition to the main dining room, guests can also seek seating on the sun-dappled patio, or in the seclusion of the restaurant's private dining areas.