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Glitretind Restaurant shares its bar with the neighboring Troll Hallen Lounge, which, like the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, has a cozy log cabin vibe, toasty stone fireplaces and picturesque views of the surrounding mountains and woods. Glitretind and Troll Hallen share a kitchen, so while the bar menu doesn’t include the exact dishes you’ll find at the luxury Park City restaurant, you can order food with the same tasty, hearty style while relaxing at the casual bar.
Troll Hallen’s bar lets you order snacks, dinner or dessert — we recommend the casual snack menu, which features crowd pleasers such as Stein’s garlic cheese fries made with Yukon Gold potato wedges, garlic, herbs, Asiago cheese, and served with chef Zane Holmquist’s fry sauce (his take on a dip you’ll find all over Utah). The wild game chili — made with buffalo, elk and wild boar — is also a hit. If you’re up for sharing, the bar also serves a variety of fondue dishes, including a traditional Gruyére and Emmentaler cheese fondue served with bread from a local bakery. The bar’s signature Stein’s burger (served in Glitretind’s dining room at lunch only) is another favorite way to end a day on the slopes. It’s made with eight ounces of Angus beef and is topped with aged white cheddar and crispy onions.