As one of only five Forbes 4-Star Restaurants in the State of Utah, the Sundance Tree Room is fully committed to delivering consistent fine dining experiences. One core element that makes the Tree Room so distinctive is our extremely talented and highly specialized culinary staff. Each staff member plays a specific and important role in creating the flavors of the Tree Room. Recently, one of these critical members has tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution and because each team member plays a critical role in creating the highest quality dining experience for you, the Tree Room will be closed for disinfecting and for the care of our employees. Please know we make this decision out of great concern for our staff and for you as our valued guest. We look forward to returning to full service on July 28th and hope you will join us then.
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 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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