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  • Kathleen O.

    Went here on a Friday night with 15 people. Had the private room which was perfect for the size of our party. I have to say the service was a little slow , for a party our size there should have been 2 people waiting the table, we waited 30 minutes for our cocktails. Fail on that part. The food was good, the appetizers were small and ok. Entrees for the most part were very good, the trout had to be sent back by numerous people, but the pasta and meat entrees were home run.

    (3)
  • Bill L.

    Cafe Terigo is a go-to dinner place for me on each trip to Park City. It never disappoints. On this most recent visit, the restaurant accommodated our group of fifteen(!) with ease, seating us at one long table, providing separate checks, and our friendly server, Shawn managed it like a pro - plates arrived to everyone at the same time; and he was attentive but made it a point not to rush us. The menu has lots of great things to choose from. Those who had the trout, raved about it. I had the scallops, which were excellent over the sweet corn risotto. The restaurant is small enough to feel cozy and has decor that is both modern yet inviting. I'd definitely recommend this as my #1 choice for fine dining in Park City.

    (5)
  • Sanam J.

    Went to Cafe Terigo last Saturday night with a few friends visiting for Sundance. The venue is super cute! Location is perfect, right on Main at 4th. That patio looks amazing, def coming back when it's warmer to check it out. The service was wonderful. The hostess sat us right at the time of our reservation. Everything the waitress recommended was fantastic. Our water glass was never empty. They were prompt and courteous. In terms of food, we began with a very tasty Moscow mule, followed by a delicious bread basket for the table. The scallops were done perfectly! My husband had the veal which was light and very tasty. Our friend had the trout with brussel sprouts, also really light and well cooked. Portions were generous so I wasn't upset with the price. The waitress recommended the tiramisu for dessert which was made fresh in house that day, and it did not disappoint! We finished the evening off with a lovely cappuccino and coffees all around. Overall, wonderful experience and I'll def be back. Really nice to have a good go-to restaurant in PC as so many are a hit or miss.

    (4)
  • Nicole B.

    We strolled up and down Main St several times and every restaurant seemed either over priced or offered blah blah food. We finally decided on Terigo based on some great appetizers on the menu (burretta and calamari!). We went in just for an appetizer and drink and ended up staying. The staff was amazing - David and Jessie. They made us feel like old friends even though they must see thousands of tourists. The owners were there when we were eating and they were salt of the earth incredible people. We tried several items and everything was over the top good! Jessie - call out on the polenta - Wow!!! We will be back.

    (5)
  • Lisa N.

    Nice little cozy restaurant on Main Street. The food was delicious but a little pricey. The house salad was very good and the smoked chicken fettuccine had a little too much sauce but was rich and creamy. My husband has the trout and said it was so meat and fresh. All very satisfying. We would eat here again for sure!

    (4)
  • Zaina O.

    It's all about the starters here! I was with 11 folks at dinner when I was at Cafe Terigo. I was lucky that we got to taste a variety of appetizers. The order my taste buds would vote for the winners: #1 tender grilled artichoke served with lemon caper aioli #2 crispy calamari with sriracha aioli and roasted tomato sauce #3 warm burrata and oven roasted tomatoes with sea salt crackers #4 pear salad on spinach with gorgonzola cheese, almonds, cranberries and pear vinaigrette They carry some good wines at a reasonable price. On the other hand, I wasn't too satisfied with my entree (Utah trout). It was too sweet...maybe the pumpkin/sweet potatoes/pecans that through it over the top.

    (4)
  • Lexi S.

    Had a nice dinner last night during the dine about deal; 3 course for $30. The small bar area was a perfect start for a spirit before dinner with lovely service. Once we moved into the dining room, we were promptly given water and bread. Service was up to par throughout. The 3 for $30 deal was fine but I opted for the bolognese. It was the right choice...really executed well and not drowing in sauce. The pasta was al dente and the bolognese was flavorful. The other items ordered from the 3 course menu were tasty but my pasta definitely shined. I really enjoy this place and look forward to returning.

    (4)
  • Utah F.

    Park city Main Street Tiff and I split the burger and got a side salad with lemon vinegarette instead of ranch (very good). They brought it out on separate plates. Calamari was amazing Home brewed ice tea was great

    (5)
  • Mel L.

    Rating 3.5 stars. I chose this restaurant to spend my 30th birthday from the reviews. Pros: We were a party of 9 and they were great and gave us our own private room. The food was tasty and had great portions (I recommend the grilled beef tenderloin.). Beautiful ambience. Cons: Customer service was lacking. We had reservations, at 8:30pm but weren't seated until 8:50... Which is 10 minutes before their closing time, but one would think they would be ok with accommodating a party at that time if they allowed the reservation to be booked. Then, about an hour into dinner, we were given our check before they even asked if we wanted dessert. Usually nice dinners end with dessert. And usually, birthday dinners end with a cake. Oh well. Then, after we gave them our payment, which included a tip, Kelly, our server, realized her mistake that she didn't add gratuity and gave us a new receipt, and asked us to recalculate everything. Drinks and meals were also often confused and given to the wrong person. Conclusion: the food was good. The customer service was annoying. We went down the street to have some beers for dessert!

    (3)
  • D S.

    Very nice atmosphere, the patio is great for people watching and is convenient to the parking garage on Swede Alley. We had the veal bolognese and smoked chic pasta. Both excellent, high quality, good sauce to pasta ratio and decent portions. Love the herb vinaigrette too.

    (4)
  • Kellie V.

    Four people dining and four people extremely satisfied with their meals. I had the scallops with corn risotto. The flavors were incredible. The risotto and scallops were,cooked perfectly. Two diners had the homemade sausage with penne. Again, perfectly prepared. Service was,attentive, but not overly intrusive. Dessert was delicious. The bread pudding was the favorite. The salty caramel chocolate tart was the least favorite. It was too salty.

    (5)
  • Brynn R.

    This is one of my favorite restaurants that I've come across while traveling. The ambience is charming and upbeat, and so are the staff. The salmon salad that I had with avocado and honey mustard dressing was THE BEST salad I've ever had in my life. Everything blended together perfectly and I had the perfect amount of dressing. Everyone else seemed to love their meals as well, and I was beyond thrilled with my experience here. Our waitress was funny, sweet, and very attentive. I wish this cafe were more local and I could come again!

    (5)
  • Jackson F.

    The experience started well but unfortunately the bloom fell off this rose quickly. Friends had recommended Terigo so we were certain it would be great, meh...not so much. We split the calamari for the first course and it was very good with two very tasty sauces: marinara and some sort of aoli. For our entrees we ordered the duck confit and a special Parmesan crusted halibut with a creamy risotto. The duck confit was severely overcooked and the texture resembled some sort of "jerky". We were able to salvage only about 2-3 tablespoons of actual meat. It was heavily doused with a red wine sauce and served with a large section of grapes (stems and all) that had been cooked. It looked very strange and tasted like nothing more than warmed up grapes. When we brought this to the attention of the waitress she seemed indifferent like "I've heard that before". She did not offer an adjustment or anything else. Granted I said I did not want anything more to eat, but there is definitely many avenues of service recovery for this type of situation and we were offered nada. No apology, no offer to come back and try something else, no adjustment to the bill, nada. The halibut was better, evenly cooked, decent portion. The crust was crisp and well seasoned. However there was a strange lumpy and glutinous blob of congealed aoli on top. The risotto was a bit too saucy and chewy in texture. There were large 2 inch pieces of fatty soggy bacon with whole cherry tomatoes in if. It was just ok. There are a lot of great restaurant options in Park City, I doubt that I would go back here. As a patron you want to know that someone will make things right if the experience is not good. Especially at these prices.

    (2)
  • Kyle F.

    Was recommended to go here for lunch and enjoyed it so much went back for dinner to try the bolognese. I had the risotto for lunch and it was fantastic. Creamy with great flavor. There wine list, by the glass, is very good with a wide variety plus a pouilly fuisse that was good. The staff was attentive and fairly knowledgeable about the wines and menu. Loved the quotes around the room, great conversation pieces.

    (4)
  • David A.

    Considering the 5 star price, I would have expected food that was better than the Olive Garden, but to my dismay, and my wallet's, it was not. Ridiculous prices for mediocre food. Service wasn't great either. Very disappointed. My meal looked like it was from Costco.

    (1)
  • Carol L.

    Started out less than positive when their website required a credit card to make a reservation. Who does that?? Food was acceptable but not exceptional. Hostess was snooty and server lacked personality. Nonetheless, I gave an 18% tip. When I received my credit card bill, I found I had been overcharged. Employees apparently felt they were worth over 25% and took it upon themselves to change my credit card slip. Will not return and would not recommend for that reason.

    (1)
  • James O.

    Second time here and both times has been fantastic. Sandwiches and salads both rule and service is spot on. Great patio. Get the ham and brie sandwich with peach mustard for dipping....yum.

    (5)
  • John D.

    Very good for dinner, even better for lunch. Convenient Main Street location opposite the free parking lot on Swede Alley. The Burrata arugula pizzette is an excellent starter. The herb crusted trout is delicious though the cauliflower purée has an almost completely liquefied consistency (though it is quite tasty). The rack of lamb and broccolini is nice as is the shrimp and risotto. For lunch they have several excellent paninis, pizzas, and salads. The service is generally very good. The wine list is relatively small but quite thoughtful and reasonably priced.

    (4)
  • Mitch W.

    3.5 Stars for me! One afternoon on our week long vacation in Park City, UT, we decided to check out Main Street. We ended up eating at Cafe Terigo since there was no wait at the restaurant for our party of six. The restaurant was about 2/3 full and many parties came to eat at this restaurant during our meal. Their bread was warm and we requested butter for the bread otherwise it's olive oil and vinegar. Their bread had some cheese baked into it. For lunch, I had the Penne pasta with traditional veal bolognese sauce ($13). It was very good, but I wasn't expecting the creamy sauce. I enjoyed my lunch, but my stomach was slightly less happy. (Please see my pictures). The interior was nicely decorated, bright and roomy. The service was friendly and attentive. Overall, a great experience in the Main Street area of Park City, UT. Xie Xie!

    (4)
  • Marcus W.

    Good lunch and dinner!! Sit out on the patio if you can! Onion strings are amazing!

    (5)
  • C M.

    Delicious. We're from out of town and a colleague from SLC suggested we eat here -- great advice, absolutely terrific. Calamari appetizer and salmon salad were great! I'd absolutely return in a heartbeat.

    (4)
  • Mai S.

    Came back with the family. Our kids loved the simple pasta they made for them. My hubby and I loved our trout and scallops. Warm ambience and friendly wait staff.

    (4)
  • Lisa C.

    Absolutely charming with delicious food! I was there for a business lunch during the day and a party upstairs in the evening. We could not have found a better place to eat, drink and mingle.

    (5)
  • Jay H.

    Wanted to eat at the High West Distillery & Saloon, but in learning of a 2.5 hour wait at 8pm, my party of 7 was very happy that Cafe Terigo could quickly accommodate us. The scallops and sweet corn risotto was my fav, while the veal ragu, almond encrusted salmon, and trout were all just 'meh,' especially considering the price. Nice drink selection, which included a number of whiskeys (including one from High West, which I was happy to try), as well as a few cocktails which were nicely prepared. Clientele here seemed to be on the older side -- maybe 50-60, and perhaps the food and atmosphere is catered to that demographic. Would've really liked to have held out for High West, but sooo hungry after 8 hours of skiing.

    (3)
  • Pat S.

    Way too much salt! This ruined the vegetables and shrimp dish.

    (2)
  • Geoff C.

    If Terigo were a first date, it would be a Good from Afar, but Far From Good. On paper, it's got everything. Nice diverse menu, big bright 2 story space, and a great affordable wine lines. But based on the experience of our group of 6, what started with a "Wow, I think I'm going to like this" left us with a "Blah, something's missing here, she's not that interesting". Pastas, meat, fish entrees all left a little to be desired. Wine list (especially if you are an Italian red wino like me) and service where great too. Also, Turn Down the Lights!

    (3)
  • Kris B.

    Deliciously prepared grilled lamb chops topped with a pesto sauce. Done just right at medium rare, served with tender brussel sprouts. Lamb was a bit fatty for a chop, but the burnt fat was oh so tasty. Swapped the garlic mashed for the corn risotto and that was definitely a good choice. Pricey, but would place this as one of my favorites on Main st.

    (4)
  • Eric C.

    i don't know what happened to previous reviews, the picture of their menu is not even the same one i've seen, and there's no flank stake sandwich and no pasta (at leat not for dinner), and $$ should be $$$$ if you factor in the size. the portion of food is VERY small, it's like kids size meal. i don't mind paying $30 for entrees, but the lamb chop came only w/ 4 pieces, the tenderloin stake was ~ 8 oz, and there were 6 grilled shimps (not tiger, more like regular cocktail shrimps).... for those prices i'd rather eat at other places.

    (2)
  • Adam B.

    The chicken margarita pizza was enjoyable but nothing special. The sausage pizza was better in my opinion. Onion rings were tasty. Very nice patio for main street.

    (4)
  • v p.

    Fantastic lunch menu, food is always consistent and the place is darling.

    (5)
  • Chelsei A.

    Great outdoor patio seating for summertime lunches. Fast service. Consistently good food. Cannot go wrong with their Terigo Grilled Chicken Salad with pasta and the rich Smoked Chicken Risotto with Asparagus & Sundried Cherries.

    (4)
  • John R.

    This is my favorite restaurant in Park City. The service is great and the food is incredible! My favorite this year is the risotto with scallops. This is the first restaurant I go to whenever I fly in to visit my daughter at college.

    (5)
  • Mary Katherine H.

    2 stars for service/5 stars for food. I will start with the bad--service. It took us 45 minutes to get anything on our table other than water (bread). A drink order was not taken until we asked the waitress if we could get some drinks. The waitress recommended the brussels sprouts and told us that they could easily make substitutions for sides, so many of us did make substitutions. The substitutions and sides we ordered did not come with out meal-- perhaps 10-15 minutes after our meal came. Our waitress acted as if nothing was wrong with the sides coming so late. By the time they got there we were nearing full stomachs and did not need them. Our party was also off-put that the $$$ bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon we ordered was served chilled. Some of us have enjoyed this wine several times before and loved it. It certainly was not the same chilled. The waitress had little sympathy. We sent the second bottle of wine we ordered back before we opened it because of the disappointment. I will say that the food was near-perfect. My lamb was slightly overcooked, but it did not bother me much. Our table loved the lamb, beef tenderloin, trout, and veal. SIdes were not slacking--if you like brussels sprouts (and even if you don't) you must get them!

    (3)
  • Rachel J.

    After trying 25+ restaurants in the Park City area over the past six months, I decided it was time to write some reviews. We found Cafe Terigo as part of the Dine About program in September. I wish I could rate this place at 4.5 stars. This restaurant is *almost* perfect. The food is absolutely amazing - heartwarming, delicious food like my Italian nana used to make. Everything we ate was to be marveled over, there were lots of enticing items on the menu, prices were a tad lower than comparable places nearby, portions were filling but not overwhelming, and the service was the perfect balance of friendly and professional. The one downside - the ambience. The decor has a daintiness to it that befits a cupcake or tea shop. I know it sounds like nitpicking, but when I want heartwarming food, I want to do it in a place that feels warm and welcoming - not one that makes you feel like you should sit up straight and stick your pinky out. This would be my favorite restaurant in PC (and I'd probably eat there weekly) if they would just paint the walls differently and replace the chairs.

    (4)
  • Jamie W.

    I doubt I will ever go to Cafe Terigo again. It has the least friendly service in town. Even the manager was down right rude!

    (1)
  • Anita R.

    Oh my gosh! I eat here a lot but my last time was so good!!! sat on the beautiful patio, listened to beautiful music and had the best gazpacho I have ever had. Loved the ham and brie sandwich on a baguette as well! Fabulous experience!

    (5)
  • Brenda S.

    The fish main dishes were fried, oily and dry. Definitely will not be back. When we bumped into the owner and expressed our unhappiness, she said "oh, I'm surprised, that dish is our best seller, come back and try the halibut next time.". I didn't bother to mention, the halibut was bad too. Never apologized for the meal. Very dissapointing.

    (1)
  • Micki S.

    go. go. go. I had the duck confit with roasted grapes. normally wouldn't order confit because "cooked in fat" isn't my usual style. this dish though.. the grapes were unbelievably fantastic. and added a great freshness to the duck. highly highly recommend!

    (5)
  • L S.

    Definitely one of the better restaurants on Main. The scallops were very good. The salmon was a little dry. Excellent service. Pasta dishes looked good but could use a little more on the presentation. Overall a good restaurant.

    (4)
  • Kevin T.

    Terigo is consistently excellent, with perfect outdoor summer dining and seasonal menus to match. Their spring menu is perfect for late dinners when you don't care to eat too much, yet want something with excellent flavor and balance. You can't go wrong here...trust me.

    (5)
  • margaret m.

    Great service, friendly atmosphere, handy location. Bring your own wine. So far, this is the best trout in town & grilled vegetables, walnuts...make for scrumptious experience. Not pretentious. Lighting is a little bright in places where artwork is featured. I am sure they can fix that upon request

    (3)
  • Jessica B.

    Overall, I really liked this place but the service was definitely a damper on my experience. First, the this place isn't huge but it's adorable. Great outdoor seating, nice interior decor and just a really nice, upscale feel wtihout being stuffy. I got the grilled salmon salad with avocado and homemade dressing. This salad was amazing. Like, there are no words about how good it was. Honestly, picking just this off the menu was really difficult because everything looked really good, especially the pizzas. Got the lemonade, which turned out to be "sparkling" and I ended up sending it back because that wasn't what I expected. Staff was nice about that. But I made this a short trip based on the service after that point because it was so disappointing, likely because it was short staffed. The waiter was always looking visibly exasperated and frustrated and was so short and rude (rocking on his heels waiting for me to order) that he looked like he could not wait for me to be done. And then he would disappear for 15-20 minutes leaving me waiting to be served, cleared and even to get my drink. Really disappointed in that part of this because I thought for the city ,location and place that this would have been better. Needless to say, I was anxious to leave but I would go back because the food itself was good. Let's just hope I get another waiter who is nicer.

    (3)
  • Ennis O.

    Co-worker recommend this place while on a recent business trip to Salt Lake City. So we hopped in our rental and trucked it up to the snowless slopes for the evening. Park City is very charming indeed, but Cafe Terigo has the charmed turned up several notches. The inside is complete with candle burning chandeliers, quotes scripted on the walls, and awesome metal cutout borders around the doors (DIY project for the SF casa!). Convinved the waiter to let try the bourbon reduction on my parpadella which was superb. My friend has the salmon and she loved every single bite of it - incredible. I'll be back in SLC in a few short weeks and want to trek through the snow for a second visit to Park City!

    (4)
  • victoria a.

    Love, love loved this restaurant! Went here last week with a group of girls from work. Everyone finished what was on their plate...not even a crumb left! I had a chicken caesar salad, which included two romaine hearts and a delicious dressing. We had a cheeseboard that had a delicious pate, cheeses and meats. The Almond Encrusted Salmon and Scallops were the bomb! Chocolate Brulee was yummy and so was the Mud Pie and Profiteroles! Cutest bathroom too..LOL! Anyway...you should go!

    (5)
  • Sarah F.

    Very delicious! My husband had the veal bolognese and I had the filet. Both were delicious as was our side of Brussels sprouts and my Italian mojito!

    (4)
  • Lisa H.

    The settiing was enjoyable with good service, but the food was just ok. Meat and chicken were overcooked.

    (2)
  • Christa D.

    Originally unenthused about the menu, I quickly changed my mind when I put the first bite in my mouth! Table ordered: Grilled salmon filet and avocado on mixed greens Grilled marinated flank steak with arugula Pan seared scallops on sweet corn risotto The salmon and halibut nightly fish specials A nightly dessert special Everything was so fresh and delicious, and the portion sizes were right-on. The salmon and steak salads had an above-average amount of tender meat, which is not typical of a salad dish at average restaurants. Wait staff was courteous and timely, and had great wine pairing recommendations for the dishes. Can't wait to return to Park City and Cafe Terigo. Until then, I must improvise with my own salmon avocado salad recipe.

    (4)
  • Karen B.

    Visiting from out of state. Cafe Terigo has great food, pretty good service. I had the salmon filet salad, my husband had the special Mahi Mahi sandwich and both were delicious. The food was prepared beautifully and the flavors were great...nothing fussy, just very good food.

    (5)
  • Lily W.

    Went for lunch with a large group of friends last week, so sadly, we weren't able to sit outside since there were only small tables available. Luckily, the decor inside is nice and the windows/doors were open, so we got some of the lovely breezes from the outsides. We started with the flatbread appetizer with tomato and goat cheese. It was a little too sour and tomato-y for my taste, but everyone else loved it and we gobbled two orders of it right up. I thought I was being "good" by ordering the salmon avocado salad, but it came pan-fried and was under a mountain of stringy onion rings. Still, it was absolutely delicious! The salmon was perfectly cooked and the onion rings were flavorful, but not oily at all. My hubby had the flank steak sandwich, which to his surprise was served on flatbread. Again, not a bad thing, just not expected. I kept stealing his french fries because they were that good! The next time I'm out that way, I would definitely go to Terigo again!

    (4)
  • Tracy B.

    I would never recommend this place EVER. The customer service is horrible and they are nasty people to deal with. There are so many better places to dine at with better service and food that I wouldn't waste my time or money eating here. I'd give zero stars if I could.

    (1)
  • Noelani C.

    This restaurant was good. The service was amazing and our seating was spacious, comfy and cozy! The decor is beautiful but the food was not as good as I expected. Most of the appetizers were not tasty or if there was taste, it was drenched in a dressing, a gravy or honey! Yuck! The sweet corn risotto was pretty good. Their salads are basic. Ask for dressing on the side or else your salad will be drenched and withered. Drowning in dressing was gross. The pasta dishes were amazing but nothing on this menu was nutritional. There was no proscuitto and melon, no mozerella and tomato with fresh basil oil and vinegar which I was hoping for. The dessert made it worth the while. Although as I must say again, it was not anywhere near to a healthy satisfying meal. It was alright. The sides like the asparagus was good. I did love our wonderful server! She was so friendly and the mistakes made by the kitchen, she was quick to correct!

    (3)
  • Charley R.

    We had a group of 11 and wanted a good dinner. We dont really plan ahead so a busy saturday night can be a hassle in Park City. Terigo gave us their private room and it was nice to have that. But the 5 stars are for the food. It was amazing. I had pork tenderloin, artichoke, risotto, and a caramel desert - it was amazing. This place is great and the prices are decent for the main drag in Park City.

    (5)
  • Devon K.

    One of my favorite restaurants - I try to eat here every time I'm in town. Both the lunch and dinner menus are absolutely amazing. If you still have room for dessert, you should definitely try the bread pudding, but plan on sharing it with someone, as it is incredibly rich.

    (5)
  • becky r.

    Great service and even greater ambiance and food! This cute European style cafe is the perfect spot for a girls night out or a more finer lunch. With rose art on the walls and a great patio overlooking Main Street, dining inside or out is a great experience! I prefer their lunch menu which includes salmon salad, chicken pesto panini, Asian chicken salad, artisan pizza, and of course the risotto! Their risotto with roasted chicken, sun dried cherries, and asparagus is divine. By far the best place for risotto in Utah. The only sad part is they don't offer in at dinner. So come hungry and come at lunch. Their bread pudding in rum sauce is also well known around town. To drink order an arnold palmer.

    (5)
  • Allison F.

    "Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first!" The old adage certainly applies at Cafe Terigo. Quite possibly the best I've ever had, the bread pudding here will knock your socks off. A sublime combination of buttery goodness with a hint of liqueur, this masterpiece is prepared with cranberries and is topped off with a sprinkling of pine nuts. Entree selections are also phenomenal. My salmon was tender and flaky, served with a delicate cream sauce and showered with sliced almonds. Another must-have: the pear salad with Gorgonzola and candied walnuts. Atmosphere at Cafe Terigo is another high note. Lovely European decor sets the tone for a romantic evening. Whimsical handmade artwork lines the walls, and colorful long-stemmed roses add panache to each table. The next time you're in Park City, be sure to put Cafe Terigo at the top of your list!

    (5)
  • Vickie C.

    AMAZING! If you love fine dining with familiar foods with an oh my gosh twist. You must eat here! We enjoyed the roomy seating, the tables and chairs are spaced so we felt like we could talk comfortably without hearing or being overheard.

    (5)
  • Robert W.

    Excellent food and service. Great decor. The deserts were fantastic.

    (4)
  • Ann B.

    Excellent food and great service! Will definitely go back!

    (5)
  • Bettina S.

    Amazing ravioli!

    (5)
  • Janey G.

    Just spent a lovely evening here. Food was good -- the pan seared duck with cherry sauce over rosemary gorgonzola polenta was outstanding and the bread pudding lived up to its reputation. Service was terrific -- attentive but not overbearing. Park City pricing -- but that's to be expected. If you are looking for a low-key place with charm and quality food, this is a stop you should make.

    (4)
  • Britt S.

    A perrenial favorite! Everything I've ever had here is excellent. Family-owned and charming, located right in the center of main street. Order the brussels sprouts!

    (5)
  • jules h.

    Before you read on, understand that today was my first trip to Park City and I had been riding all day and traveling for a few days prior. I was hungry and I've no idea what quality of dining experience to expect from this area (yes, I often rate an establishment based on the region or neighborhood). The decor was a mix of rustic, and white napkin bistro. Obviously Park City dining is going for the baby Aspin upscale spin. Split into two levels of dining with services in the basement. Everything was fairly well kept up considering the traffic it likely sees. Some random art that I couldn't get a feel for but not unpleasant and probably meaningful to some. The staff was comprised of youngsters. Fairly eager, a little rough but knowledgeable and competent. There was even a moment where the bar backed up and our waitress proactively tipped us off preventing any questioning of whether we ordered drinks. The menu was, well American, Italian, bistro. Pricey for the quality and experience but if you frequent skit resorts you won't be fazed. The wine list was simple, with a couple of gems. Definitely conceived for a full spectrum of wine drinking demographics with an emphasis on easily identifiable commercial brands. I ordered artichoke, porcine parpadelle. The pasta was perfect, the sauce not rich, however not really present. The use of crunchy artichoke slivers made for interesting texture while overall the dish wouldn't be anyone's hit. My dining partners all enjoyed their choices. You're in Park City, your favorite place is booked and you want a tasty meal with good service, a little bistro ambiance and an actual dining experience. Cafe Terigo will do it. [end]

    (3)
  • Food M.

    Great spot in Park City. Started off with calamari, onion rings, and peasant bread, all were excellent. The winners for dinner were the pork tenderloin and scallop with risotto (risotto was delicious). The trout was also good, very fresh, but we weren't crazy about the bacon topping. Overall good experience, highly suggest.

    (4)
  • David D.

    Chicken lasagna was one of the top 20 dishes I've ever had (disclaimer: totally arbitrary statement based solely on emotion). The staff was very friendly, atmosphere great. I'll come back next time in Park City. I'd like to try something else, but the lasagna was too good.

    (5)
  • Karina G.

    Came here for dinner while snowboarding in Park City... let's say everything on Main St. get's pricey for dinner. But this place was worth it! The salad was light and refreshing - although beware, salad portion is small. My friend ordered the ahi tuna special. The tuna was normal, but it came with this oh so delicious risotto...mmm, big fan of risotto and theirs just melted into creamy deliciousness in your mouth. I ordered the roast chicken breast stuffed with arugula, some cheese, topped with a mushroom sauce on black rice. Normally as a rule I only eat dark chicken meat and nix the breast - cause that's the driest piece of meat. But here, it was moist and tender and they served it with the skin so that made it even more delicious. The sauce was yummy smeared all over the black rice. Definitely a must try dish if it's on the menu. My only qualm was the booth they stuck us in was a little too small for 5 people (even if the booth was "supposed" to seat 6). Oh, and the bathroom is nice and clean here - also cutely decorated.

    (4)
  • Carolyn C.

    Everything in Park City is overpriced, obvi, and Cafe Terigo is no exception. The food is good, though. The BF has been coming here his whole life and has never deviated from the flank steak. To drink, try the hot buttered rum. We will always come back since it is a staple, but next time I'll skip the salad. It was literally enough for two bites and cost more than an entree at a normal establishment.

    (4)
  • Karen C.

    Came here with friends during Sundance. It was expensive as is everything else in PC but it was also good. We started out with the Trio of bruschetta. They were wonderful. I had the flank steak as a main course and it was good. Not great, but good. This place wouldn't last in the bay area but for PC it is ok. I'd go back again next year for the bruschetta. Maybe I'll try them for lunch next year.

    (3)
  • Valerie P.

    I actually drove to Park City, UT from Sandy to eat dinner at the Bacchus Wine Bar which I found out had been closed for a year. I had no idea what I was walking into, but I was tired, cold and hungry. I was quite surprised, as the staff was very attentive and my meal was very good. What I like about this place is the appetizer is not a meal, it is a perfect portion as not to ruin the main course. I got the special and thoroughly enjoyed it with my wine (Terre Rouge). I cannot wait to come back to Utah to explore more of Park City. I may take a little winter vacay....

    (4)
  • Brian S.

    Great food. Solid service with refreshing honesty about what the best dishes are. Chicken fettuccine was excellent. Also recommend the bread pudding desert. A bit pricey but in line with the park city norm and well worth it.

    (5)
  • Mike X.

    Excellent lunch place and good dinner place. Wonderful outdoor patio. Great ambience and owners although the service can be a little resort town spotty at times. Try the almond-encrusted salmon, the mashed potatoes, the green beans and the bread pudding (wow!).

    (4)
  • Heather W.

    This Italian restaurant in the heart of Park City has tons to offer. The location is right off of main and the restaurant sits back in this lovely courtyard. While we were there it started to snow and added to the ambiance. My husband and I started with the calamari. It was not over the top but not bad either. I probably wouldn't order it again. We each had a salad. Those were full flavored and nice portions. For our main course, I had the herb crusted fish- delicious! My husband had the homemade butternut squash raviolis. Ok folks, this dish is not to be missed. It was packed full of yummy flavors, sprinkled with pecans. Overall, our experience at this restaurant was fantastic. Great place for dinner in the heart of Park City!

    (4)
  • Lindsay Z.

    had a good experience here, but the duck salad i ordered didn't blow my mind. would definitely go back to try some other things on the menu.

    (3)
  • Brooke S.

    helloooooo cafe terigo! you are so cute and adorable...friendly and fun....delectable and delicious..... had a beautiful meal here last week on vacay and was SO glad not to miss it, because of a recommendation by my buddy caroline c.! yahoo! I changed our reservation no less than 4 times and each time the hostess was super nice and friendly and i didnt feel like such a huge jerk. The restaurant is small, so the only real complaint (if i can even call it that) is the noise level. If you get one loud egg, the whole restaurant knows about their son in laws tendencies on the golf course. as i said, the service is fantastic....our yurt snowshoe leader was actually our bread guy! So funny! Our actual server, i forgot her name, was super friendly, laid back but still attentive. The food was GREAT! I had my signature favorite salad - beets/citrus vinaigrette/blue cheese/nuts - it was on special so yay for me! I also had a bite of the caesar salad which was pretty good as well! as a middle course we split an appetizer portion of the pappardelle with bolognese sauce that was soooooo good! and the portion was huge!!! The meat was tender, the sauce super flavorful and the pasta was fresh and cooked just right. For my main I had a delicious piece of salmon, served over buttermilk mashed potatoes and string beans...yummy yummy yummy my friend had a pork chop...which was a little overdone...but lets talk about the cheesey polenta it was served on top of. Give me a gallon of that, some DVR and i'm GOOD. TO. GO. WOWSA was that good. unfortunately we were too full off the polenta (and i'll admit it, i had pizza rolls before dinner....i was hungry!) so we didnt order dessert but based on what i saw, i'm sure it would have been amazing. I absolutely recommend Cafe Terigo to anyone visiting Park City/Deer Valley/etc. It's a beautiful restaurant in the middle of Main Street and great for a date, family, friends, etc.

    (5)
  • Cindy O.

    Great Italian Restaurant in downtown Park City. Food and service was excellent. Their specials are great! Try their Grilled Romaine Salad! If you like cocktails try their "Lemonada", Terigo's version of a Lemon Drop Vodka Martini made with Lemoncello. I am not a big cocktail fan with dinner, but had to try! Prices were reasonable, considering the priced in Park City. Definitely a place to try if you are in Park City. I would suggest reservations, we had reservations and it was packed (off season). Next tirp, we'll go again.

    (5)
  • H T.

    pretty good place to have lunch. my brother had the flank steak sandwich, and i had the special sandwich of the day, which was mahi mahi on ciabatta. i subbed the fries for a side salad, and it was tasty. the patio is a nice place to enjoy the great weather. service is friendly as well.

    (4)
  • Mee-stique K.

    from the appetizers to the main entree, you can't go wrong here....start with the raviolis...they just melt in your mouth and being a girl who loves sauces on her food....they add a delicious combo of flavors with the stuffings inside the pasta. Then try their scallops....i luv ther sweet corn risotto...the atmosphere was warm and ppl in there were quite friendly....but make sure you make early reservations...especially during their busy season....they will put you on a waitlist of ............eternity??? at least it felt like it...hahah

    (5)
  • Steve B.

    A charming small cafe restaurant with a light lunch menu featuring fresh ingredients and a nice variety of selections. Friendly and attentive service....the food was excellent and we are going back to try dinner !

    (4)
  • Dee Y.

    i had the ravioli. it was delicious. i took two stars off because the wait person girl spilled about 5 glasses of water on my friends. AND the pricing is alright not the best.

    (3)
  • luna r.

    after a really disappointing meal at 350 main, i was so happy to eat here and actually get decent food. the food is simple -nothing complex- but very comforting and yummy.

    (4)
  • Kelly B.

    Mom and I landed on Terigo whilst searching up and down Main Street for a quick and health(ier) bite. Their patio was cute, and we ended up sitting outside... for a minute. Weather changed quickly and we could see the physical chattering of the teeth from our server, so we opted to move inside - just in time, as it started raining about 10 minutes later. The soup of the day was butternut squash, and we both got a bowl of that. We split the turkey sandwich, at the recommendation of our server. The soup was seriously fantastic. It was a phenomenal blend of creamy and wholesome and sweet and savory. The shallow bowl was not nearly enough! The sandwich was pretty plain - it came with a few random kalamata olives, so I sliced those in half and put them on my sammie for a little bit of a salty kick. It was good, and the portion was huge. Not something I'd clammor back to get again, but not a bad choice. We both also got the limonatta drink, which we found to be cloyingly sweet. It was okay, but definitely just a sipper. The decor here was seriously awesome. I want who designed this restaurant to come to my life and redesign everything. There were tattered quotes on the walls, industrial style vases with live flowers, everything was farmhouse chic - just awesome.

    (4)
  • Audrea Rachelle G.

    Terigo is beautiful, romantic and vibey. They have a nice menu but I wish they had vegetarian or vegan entrees. There wasn't anything on the menu that night without meat - really rare! The restaurant was very overpriced - perhaps a slight price decreased would get them more diners during the off season. Their patio is lovely and nice for people watching. They also have a nice wine menu and dessert menu. I really enjoyed myself but the check was painful!

    (4)
  • Charlie D.

    Good lunch. Sandwich was tasty and price was fair. Good crowd proving it has good food. Service was great.

    (4)
  • Zin M.

    If you find yourself in Park City, Utah, definiately check out this place . The food is delicious and my party of 3 all enjoyed what they eat. The salmon was good, the pasta was delicious and my husband's burger made to perfection. After dining here, take a walk down the street and work off the meal, though you may not want to. The decor is tasteful, my favor their flower faces at each table. Service was all kind. We literally walked in 3 minutes before they closed for the lunch service but they accepted us anyway and they didn't rush us out, we all appreciated that. Merci!

    (5)
  • Carolyn V.

    The Good: :: it's a local business :: the ambiance was great! very cozy and inviting inside :: service was impeccable. the woman who took care of us all evening in our big party of 9 was nothing but a complete professional. she was genuinely nice, warm, friendly, and attentive. she made our big dinner a fantastic experience!!!! :: the food was really good. for example, the bolognese was tasty. the duck was tender and not overcooked. yummy!!! :: desserts were delicious...it was a super light puffed pastry with ice cream inside! mmmmm!!!! i could have eaten 10 of them, easily! :: bathrooms are clean :: the reservation process was easy on the phone The Bad: :: scallops could have used a little more salt and flavor The Ugly: :: none Would I go back? You bet I would!!! Delicious food, incredibly warm, inviting service, great ambiance...what's there not to like? This place is IN.

    (5)
  • Nancy M.

    The salmon salad was delicious and the artichoke appetizer was too. The service was a disappointment, we asked for bread three times and never got it. We didn't get re-fills on our water and our glasses were empty. No one asked if we wanted anything else but they were all smiles and thank you'd when it was time to pay the bill.

    (2)
  • Alex M.

    I'm not a yelp reviewer and created this account specifically to rate this restaurant because I've never left so angry from a dining experience. The food was terrible and bland and not cooked right. We came here with high hopes especially since we spent around $90 on a meal for two, and instead were extremely disappointed. Bad service - the waiter didn't even ask how I wanted my steak cooked and served us last, even though we ordered before other tables. When the food finally came, it wasn't cooked like I asked and it wasn't good at all, the steak was chewy. The rest of the plate was bland and uninventive. The other dish was the trout and that was really disappointing as well. I wouldn't be so upset if it didn't cost so much, for near $100 I expect excellence. Do no recommend this place.

    (1)
  • Schelly Y.

    Cute restaurant in downtown with seating inside or on the patio. We tried the onion rings, a burger and the Bolognese penne pasta. The onion rings were delightful. I was not sure what to expect when it said baby onion rings but it was pretty much like shoe string style with a very berry delicious ketchup sauce. The penne pasta was a bit cream heavy in my opinion for a bolognese sauce and quite heavy for a lunch dish. Baby onion rings with berry ketchup Grilled half-pound burger with beehive cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and onion on a ciabatta roll with fries Penne pasta with traditional veal bolognese sauce and asiago cheese

    (3)
  • Jayde Y.

    We wanted to have a nice dinner during our business and pleasure visit for Sundance Film Festival. One of the sponsors of the festival helped us to make a reservation for dinner. It is very difficult to make reservations during the film festival unless you reserve your table way before the event. The restaurant was very pretty inside. We were a party of 6 and had a table right in front of the fire place. I asked for a glass of wine, and some ordered Whiskey Ball (woo, very strong!), orange cocktail, and sparkling water. All drinks were delicious and the waiter was attentive as well. I had Scallop Risotto and Green Salad. This was a bit salty but I really enjoyed scallops. Scallops were well cooked and the surface was crispy. Risotto was a little salty but still good. The service was great, romantic ambience, and great food. I was able to enjoy the food and conversations during the hectic schedule.

    (4)
  • Ray D.

    Delicious food and attentive service in a quiet, attractive venue. Decent wine list. Very busy after 7 pm, every table was full. We had the chicken fettucini and the sausage with penne as the main courses and bread pudding and chocolate crême brûlée as desserts. All were excellent.

    (4)
  • Caiti K.

    Dined here last week for my daughter's birthday. Started with some yummy cocktails, margarita and a tequila sunrise or some such. Delish rolls and butter were brought out and enjoyed. My daughter had the pork chop and sweet potato puree which she liked, not loved. I had the lamb chops and gratin potatoes. The chops were good but a little overcooked. The gratin was delicious. Do not order the artichoke app. Waste of hard earned cash. The hour made ricotta app was good, but for $10 should've been more than a tablespoon of cheese. No dessert comp, just a candle and a smile from the server in one of the two average desserts we ordered to share. The server messed up the $12 bowl of chicken and penne we ordered for my grandson (kid portion). Bland enough that he refused to eat more than three bites. This place is pretty and well-located, but I don't think I was compelled to come back.

    (3)
  • Linda S.

    Went here a week ago for a girls night & all 9 of us were impressed. The food and atmosphere were both wonderful. Excellent, friendly service as well. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

    (5)
  • Mallorie F.

    Mmm, such good food! I really love this place. Ever since visiting, I frequently daydream about Cafe Terigo and how great the food and atmosphere were. So good. The panko-crusted trout with pureed cauliflower and sauteed brussel sprouts was heavenly. It haunts my culinary daydreams in all the right ways. So good. The artichoke appetizer was great, too. Great little venue, too. Indoor-outdoor seating right on a happening main street drive. We were also there on a downtown arts night, so we got to enjoy live music right outside of the cafe. Just eat here. Superb food, great ambience. Can't wait to go back.

    (5)
  • Gail H.

    Service poor, food ok. When I mentioned my daughter was not very hungry and would have some of my meal, I received a (previously undisclosed) split charge on my bill. Not cool. On this issue alone, I would not go back and not recommend.

    (2)
  • Aiko C.

    This is a cute little restaurant right on Main Street in Park City that I would recommend that people should try. This place is located (about) the center of Main Street, if lucky you can find parking right on Main Street otherwise it's not a far walking distance from the parking garage on Swede Ally (other side of Main Street). This is a good place for small groups to go (since the place isn't too big) and grab something to eat, BUT this place is a bit pricy. The food is very good so don't let the price scare you away. Their entrées are not large, but the quality of the food will be worth the price you will be paying. I went here for dinner and their was not a large selection of meals to choose from (dinner menu), but there is something that anyone will enjoy. For the drink menu there's more to choose from (beer, wine, cocktails/mixed drinks, coffee, non alcoholic beverages and teas). Me and a group of friends ordered an appetizer of the crispy calamari, which was good (it wasn't over battered so it didn't seem like you were just eating straight batter) even the sauces it came with and if you like calamari I would suggest ordering when your visiting this restaurant (it was what our waiter recommended). Also bread is served prior to your meal. For the entrées me and a few friends ordered the almond encrusted salmon filet, the pan seared scallops, the traditional veal bolognese sauce on pappardelle pasta and the duck confit and spinach salad. They were all very good! (taste and presentation) Especially the duck, the way they have cooked the duck was so tender that it seemed that it melted as you took a bite of it and of course the seasoning/sauce on it was amazing! An entrée worth trying.

    (4)
  • Jr S.

    Oh so good! We had the shoe string onions with berry ketchup to start. My husband was in heaven and said the only thing that would make it better would be a conveyor belt to bring it to his mouth! The chicken salad mixed with noodles was light and delicious and the veggie sandwich was warm and comforting. I think we'll be back for dinner because I want to try the corn risotto.

    (5)
  • Dave V.

    Awesome food and nice service! The calamari are killer and so are the rest of the appetizers! Highly recommended for anyone who wants a cozy, comfortable meal indoor or outdoor!

    (4)
  • Siobhan F.

    After an extremely mediocre lunch experience, this place was a extremely satisfying. I ordered the pasta special for the evening which was this amazing marscapone & goat cheese ravioli in a white wine sauce with shrimp, english peas & asparagus. I had been craving pasta all day but wanted something light but still hearty and this was the perfect balance of those things for me. My boyfriend did not have as much of an appetite after eating at 501 on Main down the street for lunch and stuck to a lighter salad and cup of their watercress & potato soup which were very tasty considering they were only soup & salad. Service was attentive and friendly, we would 100% go back next visit in Park City.

    (5)
  • Kat D.

    Really loved our experience here. We started with the house made ricotta (sooo delicious!) and then I had the chicken fetticini and the chocolate creme brûlée for dessert. Everything was delicious, perfect portions. The service was fast and very friendly. I would definitely return!

    (4)
  • Tracy W.

    Delicious Italian with great service. Had the scallops & ravioli - both were yummy. Also have a nice wine selection. There's a free city covered parking garage is right behind the bldg.

    (4)
  • Amanda B.

    Soooooo disappointed. I'm a PC local of 20 years and cafe terigo really let me down the other night. Eaten there many times and been pleased. However, this time I'm definitely not returning. Service was miserable at best. Spilled about half of a 75$ bottle of champagne we brought, cleared off our table of all the utensils, as if we were done eating, before we got the food!, worst welcome from a hostess I've ever received, and at one point we had assumed our server must have gone home she was missing for so long. Food, disappointing this time I have to say. Steak was tough, with no sauce as described, everything was just blah. Waaaaay too many fantastic restaurants on Main for me to bother with Terigo again. $$$ for a big let down.

    (3)
  • Aaron T.

    They took our party of four at the last minute and it was a good thing they did. Smoked chicken pasta, polenta shrimp and pasta with meat sauce were all top notch. Wine selections were satisfying and the entire meal with two adults and two kids lasted about an hour. Well worth the trip. Cheers!

    (4)
  • Barton J.

    Pretty darn good, got the special halibut. Asparagus risotto with a Panko crumb halibut. The coating to the halibut was bomb and the risotto was pretty perfect, they did a lemon aioli that was a little over powering. Friends got pasta, veal Bolognese was top notch according to these losers. Fettuccine was a bit oily, and plating all around was amateur at best. But taste gets it to four stars. Great service for Utah especially. What the hell is wrong with these people?

    (4)
  • Cathy M.

    Amazing cuisine beautifully prepared and presented. Recommend the grilled romaine salad, lamb chops, pork tenderloin, and tiramisu. The lamb was tender and sweet, grilled perfectly medium rare. Pork tenderloin crusted in mustard was perfectly paired with a sweet hash of yams, kale, apples, and cherries. The service was terrific, not pompous, but pressional, friendly and timely. The prices are fair.

    (5)
  • Dan M.

    Best Italian food I've ever had. Everything on the menu is delicious. By far my favorite restaurant in Park City.

    (5)
  • Dori Z.

    We had read prior reviews of this restaurant! Excited to have lunch before a scheduled massage close by. The meal was excellent... Smoked Turkey Risotto! It was to die for! I can't wait to return!

    (5)
  • Wenbo F.

    This place has terrible customer service. I booked a table online last week for New Year's Eve. Then I got a call one day before and the woman on the line told me that they won't honor my online reservation because 'they're fully booked'. It's extremely rude of them to call so late and not offer any helpful solution. I do not recommend this place.

    (1)

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Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : No
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Trendy, Classy
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

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Italian Cuisine

The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.

Cafe Terigo

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