In 1970, Robert Redford built the first building at Sundance Mountain Resort: The Tree Room, a cabin constructed around an actual tree where he and his friends could have a great meal. Since then, the restaurant has grown but maintains its rustic, intimate atmosphere while serving some of the best cuisine in the area. The Tree Room is one of five Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurants in Utah. Chef Eric Miller’s philosophy incorporates modern French techniques with American comfort in a rustic Western setting. You’ll be impressed with his take on traditional mountain dishes, like Beef Duo, Heritage Chicken and local trout (the restaurant sources locally whenever possible). With a number of private-label wines, The Tree Room consistently wins Wine Spectator awards. And with décor including Redford’s Native American art collection and black-and-white photographs from his film sets, you’re in for an experience.
8841 N Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, Sundance, UT 84604
8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway Sundance Utah 84604 US