Named after a creek that runs nearby, Snake Creek Grill is located at 650 West 100 South, Heber City, in the former Heber Creeper Railway Village now known as Heber Old Town. The turn-of-the-century styled building feels like a friend's living room, with warm, earth-toned colors: sage green wainscoting, gold walls, 30-year old pine and fir wide planked floors and a hodgepodge of antiques and funky collectibles.
The restaurant is comprised of three squeaky-floored rooms with an open design. A handsome copper topped bar that seats four or five people is nestled in the entry parlor where you are kindly greeted. This room also features one large table known simply as "the couch", since a comfortable sofa makes for luxurious seating on one side of the dining table. Two other dining rooms offer a nice selection of booths adorned with red velvet pillows, and a selection of tables that seat between two and eight diners. "The Valentine Table" for two is tucked into a corner by the window and features a sultry pink fringed lamp that customers adore. White linen tablecloths and fresh flowers add to the ambience. Year round the dining rooms are filled with fresh flowers.
Reflecting a down-to-earth style, everything about Snake Creek Grill is relaxed. Service is casual, yet professional. Servers offer sound, no-nonsense advice, yet don't miss providing detailed touches.
Owner/Chef Dean Hottle frequents the dining room after dinner is made offering a personal touch to the cozy dining environment, visiting guests to ensure each are content with their meal and with their dining experience.
Dubbed by one local publication as the "Best Park City Restaurant Not in Park City," Snake Creek Grill has fast earned a reputation for offering gourmet food at everyday prices, in a relaxed, casual atmosphere that provides four-star service and cuisine.