Steak Pit

210 Little Cottonwood Canyon, Snowbird UT 84092
$$ Steak Top 10

Located inside the Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, The Steak Pit is Snowbird's oldest restaurant and a long-standing tradition. This award-winning restaurant is tucked away on Level One of the Snowbird center. Open nightly year-around, the Steak Pit is a local favorite for over 30 years. The Steak Pit is one of the few in Utah that offers Prime Beef and Wagyu, American Kobe beef. Longtime Steak Pit customers rave about the top quality beef that Steak Pit serves. Hungry guests that are famished from riding the slopes can dive into their popular Center Cut Filet Mignon or Alaskan King Crab served up with a choice of sides. In addition, Steak Pit offers vegetarian options for those herbivores out there. Stop by the Steak Pit on your way to or from the slopes on Snowbird Resort.


Business Info

  • Address: 210 Little Cottonwood Canyon, Snowbird UT 84092
  • Cross Street: Alta by-Pass Rd
  • Location: Salt Lake County | Alta
  • Cuisine: Steak |
  • Cost: | Inexpensive
  • Category: Fine Dining
  • Star Rating:
  • Reservations: Unknown
  • Dress Code: Unknown
  • Meals Served: Dinner |
  • Parking: None |
  • Payment Options: VISA | Amex | MasterCard |
  • Corkage Fee: N/A
  • Phone: (801) 933-2222
  • Features: Full Bar,
  • Occasion: None,


Steak Pit - Steak Pit

Business Hours

Reservations Available

Customer Reviews & Ratings

0.0 out of 5 stars based on 5 votes

Overall: 0/10
Food: 0/10
Service: 0/10
Ambience: 0/10
Value: 0/10
May 06, 2023
Ann V.
Food is mediocre, but acceptable if you're hungry enough and there aren't many options available. The worst thing about this place is the service. Upon arrival we were greeted by an incredibly rude hostess. We were walking in front of her, but were not sitting down anywhere yet and she proceeds to exclaim, "I will seat you. Wait for me. I will seat you, okay? I will seat you." In between these statements I did tell her "Okay, we are waiting for you," but she kept repeating her statements. She then gestures at a table. We have a toddler and prefer a booth. My husband makes this request, and she resists. He insists that we would like a booth. She openly sighs and rolls her eyes as she says, "Fine," while placing our menus on the booth's table. At this point, I'm pretty fed up with her. I proceed to ask her, "What's the problem here? You seem to have a huge attitude." She replies that there is nothing wrong and she has seated us where we wanted. Then scrambles off. I do not know why the hostess has a power trip problem. It appears that the only area in her life that she can exert authority is by seating people where she deems fit and we must all abide by her or else she will have to act like a petulant child by scrunching up her face as if she sucked on a lemon too long. Could be because I was Asian, I noticed she was not acting this way with other customers who were all white. Our server was better, but she neglected to tell us the specials. Overall a poor experience and I would not recommend this place to anyone, especially those who are ethnically and culturally diverse - in other words, not white.