In 1970, Robert Redford built the first building at Sundance Mountain Resort: The Tree Room, a cabin constructed around an actual tree. 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 and has consistently received the Best of State award for fine dining, the overall Best of State Statue (B.O.S.S.) and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. The wine collection includes the private Sundance label and selections from vintners in Sundance’s Celebrating Wine as Art program.
The tables are surrounded by cochina dolls, pottery, large blankets, and photos from Redford’s films. Next to the tree is a large fireplace incorporating unique stone/concrete designed made by Robert Redford himself.
The building is designed with large windows to facilitate natural lighting and views of surrounding nature, especially magical with drifting snow and changing colors of the seasons. The dining philosophy incorporates modern French techniques with American comfort in a rustic Western, Rocky Mountain setting.
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