From European-inspired family favorites to flavorful convenience, Solitude Mountain Resort offers exactly what you are craving during or after a day on the mountain. You will find a variety of restaurants, both on and off the slopes. Every meal is served with a side of scenery from our friendly, unhurried staff.
The Moonbeam Day Lodge, a cafeteria-style space, is the ideal spot to begin or end your day, offering hot breakfasts, hearty lunches, and après fare every day.
On-mountain dining features the Roundhouse. Its distinct circular building design located between the Moonbeam Express and Eagle Express chairlifts, serves up a hearty menu of Himalayan- and Wasatch-inspired mountain food (think tasty curry fries and soothing naan bread), to refuel you for another run on the slopes. Last Chance Southwest Grill, located at the base of Apex Express chairlift, serves a tasty Latin taco bar, Southwest-inspired salads, chilies, soups, and nachos to keep you going throughout the day.
After your legs are cooked, belly up to the bar at the Thirsty Squirrel, Solitude’s storied watering hole, featuring local, handcrafted brews as well as wine and cocktails. Or take the kids to Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery for delicious pizza and ice cream, conveniently located in the heart of Solitude Village.
St. Bernard’s, open for dinner, features a selection of mountain family favorites in a casual and comfortable buffet-style setting. The intimate, upscale setting of the Library Bar, adjacent to St. Bernard's, invites you to relax while enjoying a varied selection of fine wine, a full bar including local and imported beers, and creative appetizers.
For a lovely dinner as the sun sets, there is no better spot to reflect on your day than Honeycomb Grill. Enjoy amazing views from the grand windows and a menu that features dynamic, contemporary American cuisine using fresh, locally-sourced, and sustainable ingredients.
For one of the most unique fine-dining experiences in Utah, The Yurt begins with a guided evening snowshoe adventure through a moon- and lantern-lit forest to a Mongolian yurt where chefs prepare a memorable four-course dinner right before your eyes.