What You'll Get
- $25 toward fresh fare and drinks at The Wild Grape Bistro
- Good for brunch, lunch, and dinner
- Full wine menu
- Locally sourced ingredients
- Unique flavor pairings
- Wood-fired grill and smoker
- Chic, airy interior
- Dine-in only.
The Examiner was enthused with the bistro, syaing: > * Local meats, cheeses, and produce make a unique array of tastes that you do not find at every other restaurant. I have had a hard time choosing what to eat each time I have been there, because every dish looks so good. – Nick Johnson
Meanwhile, 76% of over 400 Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant. Citysearchers have polarized views but agree with Yelpers in rating it 3.5 stars. > * Unusual ingredient choices seems to be one of The Wild Grape’s signatures. No matter the dish, I was always pleasantly surprised by the number of nontraditional elements and the harmony they formed. – got2love, Citysearch > * At first I wasn’t sure with this place from scanning over the menu, but I was very pleasantly suprised [sic] after we got our food…Best pork chop I have ever had! The grilled peach was also delicious! – Liss, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Wild Grape Bistro
From the fresh trout caught in local waters to the piles of splintered logs, the chefs at The Wild Grape Bistro keep their kitchen fully stocked to craft New Western dishes that earned a Zagat-rating of good to very good and the title of Best Salt Lake City Restaurant from Salt Lake Magazine readers in 2010. The eatery’s talented chefs try to use locally made and sustainable ingredients as much as possible when slathering homemade steak sauce on Colorado bison burgers and tossing linguine noodles with grilled shrimp and heirloom tomatoes. Pork chops and elk patties take on rustic flavors while cooking atop the wood-burning grill or inside the authentic smoker.
The décor straddles a similar line between modern and rustic. Rough brick surfaces hold pieces of art and long green banquettes rest beside polished wooden tables. Post meal, diners can move to the copper-hued, V-shaped bar to sip some of their carefully chosen wines or imitate migrating geese.