Park City Restaurants – Park City Steak House – Wine & Cocktails


Wine & Cocktails

While assembling our wine list, we have paid particular attention to finding wines that will complement our food and thus enhance your dining experience. We consciously try not to present you with an overwhelming choice of wines. Rather we are making a continuous effort to present you with a few choice options that will make your wine selection easy and pleasant. Please do not hesitate to ask your server or a manager to assist you with the choice of an appropriate wine for your appetizer, entrée or dessert. For your convenience we have included suggested Menu pairings to each category of the wine list.

We are pleased to serve our Reserve wines in “Spiegelau” Glassware imported from Germany. These wines have been specially selected by the Owner and Managers of the Grub Steak, and are marked with the wine cellar bin number at the end of the listing. Example: #100

Some of these wines are available in very limited quantities. Some have been carefully cellared by us for the last few years and are being released at the peak of their drinkability. Availability and vintages are subject to change.

Wines with Bin # Served in “Spiegelau” Glassware

White Wines

Half Bottles

Listed from Light-bodied, to Heavy-bodied

N.V. Freixenet, Carta Nevada, Spain 187ml. $7.25
‘’12 Sonoma-Cutrer, Chardonnay, Russian River Ranches, California $25.75  
’98 Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Sauternes, Bordeaux, France
Robert Parker rating: “92”
$67.50 #102


Blush Wines/Rosé

Menu Pairings: Potato Skins, Buffalo Wings, Chicken Skewer, Roasted chicken, Meatloaf, Jumbo Prawns, Ruby Trout, Pork Ribs, Salmon, Steamed Clams, Calimari

’13 Fetzer, White Zinfandel, Mendocino, California $18.25 $5.25
‘13 Calcu, Rose
Colchagua Valley, Chile
$28.75 $7.25


Full Bottles Champagne/Sparkling Wine

Menu Pairings: King Crab & Shrimp Martini, Shrimp Cocktail, Artichoke Chicken Skewer, Calamari, King Crab Legs,  Jumbo Prawns, Ruby Trout, Salmon, Maine Lobster

N.V. Segura Viudas, Brut Reserva, Spain $24.75  
’13 Luigi Voghera, Moscato D’Asti,
Neive, Italy
N.V. Roederer Estate, Brut, Anderson Valley, California $52.75 #302
N.V. Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Reims, France $109.75 #303

Light bodied, crisp, with little or no oak influence

Menu pairings: Shrimp Cocktail, Artichoke, Roasted Chicken, Calamari  Chicken Skewer, King Crab & Shrimp Martini, Jumbo Prawns, Steamed Clams

’12 Pacific Rim, Dry Riesling, USA / Germany $28.75  
’12 Iron Gate, “Off- Dry” Riesling, Grapes Grown in Willamette Valley Oregon. Wine Vinted, Cellared & Bottled in Cedar City Utah $32.75 $7.75
’13 Joel Gott, Sauvignon Blanc, California $29.75 $7.50
’11 Villa Maria, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, Private Bin, New Zealand $36.75  
’12 Liberty School, Chardonnay, Central Coast, California $35.00 $8.50
’13 Ferrari-Carano, Fumé Blanc, Sonoma County, California $39.75  
’12 Davide Tradicion, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain $44.75 $9.75


Medium-bodied, some oak influence

Menu Pairings: Shrimp Cocktail, King Crab & Shrimp Martini, Ruby Trout, Jumbo Prawns, Salmon, Halibut, King Crab Legs, Lobster, French Onion Soup, Steamed Clams, Calamari

’12 Cupcake, Chardonnay, Central Coast, California $26.75 $6.75
’13 King Estate, Signature Collection, Pinot Gris, Oregon $39.75 $9.75
’12 Simonnet Febvre, Chablis, France $48.75  


Medium to heavy-bodied with medium to heavy oak influence

Menu Pairings: Salmon, King Crab Legs, Roasted Chicken, Halibut, Lobster, Salmon

’12 Columbia Crest, Chardonnay, Grand Estates, Washington $32.75 $8.50
’12 Fisher Unity, Chardonnay,
Mendocino and Sonoma Counties,
$54.75 $11.50

Red Wines

Full Bottles

Light to Medium-bodied, very little to mild oak influence, medium to strong flavors

Menu Pairings: Potato Skins, Buffalo Wings, Roasted Chicken, Meatloaf, Filet, Prime Rib, New York Steak, Salmon,  Petit Top Sirloin, Grub Steak Tender Cut, Butch Cassidy Burger

’12 Beringer, Merlot, Founders Estate, California $29.75  
’12 Pillar Box Red, Shiraz/Cabernet/Merlot
Padthaway, Australia
’12 Dark Horse, Cabernet Sauvignon, California $32.75  $7.25
’12 Columbia Crest, Merlot, Grand Estates, Columbia Valley, Washington   $34.75  $8.50
’12 Penfolds, Koonunga Hill, Shiraz/Cabernet, South Australia $35.75  
’13 A by Acacia, Pinot Noir, California $35.75 $8.75
’10 Paul Jaboulet Aine, Parallele 45, Côtes du Rhône, France $35.75  
’13 Cline, Ancient Vines Zinfandel, California $36.75 $8.00
’13 19 Crimes, Shiraz, and Duriff Blend South Eastern, Australia $36.75 $8.75
’12 Kings Ridge, Pinot Noir, Oregon $37.75  
’12 La Marronaia, Capriforno, Chianti, San Gimignano, Italy $37.75  $9.25
’12 Fleur de California, Pinot Noir, California $41.75  
’10 Johndrow Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon, Oakville, California $42.75  $10.50
’10 Kiler Grove “Zinergy” Zinfandel, Paso Robles, California 
Grapes Grown in Paso Robles. Wine Made at Salt Lake City’s First Winery
$46.75 $9.75
’12 A to Z Wineworks, Pinot Noir, Oregon $49.75 $11.75
’11 Road 31, Pinot Noir, Napa Valley, California
Very Limited Availability
$73.25 #403


Medium to full-bodied, stronger oak influences, more intense flavors

Menu Pairings: Potato Skins, Buffalo Wings, Baby Back Ribs, New York Steak, Baseball Cut, Filet, Porterhouse, Hunters Mixed Grill, Butch Cassidy Burger, Elk Sirloin, Kansas City Steak, Lamb Chops, Meatloaf, Petit Top Sirloin, Grub Steak Tender Cut, Ribeye, Petit Filet with Chimichuri

’12 Lo Brujo Roble,Garnacha,
Calatayud, Aragon, Spain
’12 Colores del Sol, Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina $25.75  
’12 Bogle, Petite Sirah,
$26.75  $6.75
’12 Sean Minor, Four Bears, Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles, California $34.75 $8.75
’12 Apaltagua Reserva, Carmenere, Colchagua, Chile $36.75  
’11 Doña Paula, Estate, Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina $41.75 $9.75
’09 Vino Volvoreta, Probus, Tinta de Toro, Toro, Spain
All Organic Estate Fruit
’11 Easton, Zinfandel, Amador County, California $47.75  
’05 Isis, Montsant, Montsant, Spain $59.75 $13.75
’11 John Duval, Plexus, Barossa Valley, Australia
Wine Spectator Rating “91”
$74.75 #528
’11 Girard Artistry, Proprietary Blend,
Napa Valley, California
$88.75 #531
’10 Principiano Ferdinando, Barolo,
Monforte d’Alba, Italy
Robert Parker Rating: “94”
$93.75 #530
’11 Peju, Cabernet Franc, Napa Valley. California
100% Cabernet Franc
$119.75 #501
’02 Louis Jadot, Gevrey-Chambertin, Lavaux Saint-Jacques, Premier Cru, Burgundy, France
Robert Parker Rating: “90”
$129.75 #512
’01 Chateau Giscours, Margaux, Bordeaux, France
Wine Spectator Rating “92”
$145.75 #509
’04 Whitehall Lane, Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California
Wine Spectator Rating “91”
$149.75 #525
’04 Hewitt, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rutherford, California
Wine Spectator Rating “92”
$159.75 #526
’11 Kosta Browne, Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
Wine Spectator Rating “90”
Very Limited Availability
$197.75 #527

Half Bottles

Listed from Light-bodied, to Heavy-bodied

’10 Saintsbury, Pinot Noir, Carneros, California $38.75 #401
’11 Seghesio Old Vine Zinfandel, Sonoma, California $30.75  
’09 Parallel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California
Winery owned by Park City Locals
$68.75 #402


Full-bodied, big oak influence, intense flavors and textures

Menu Pairings: Kansas City Steak, Porterhouse,  Baseball Cut, Lamb Chops, New York Steak, Hunters Mixed Grill, Ribeye, Petit Top Sirloin, Elk Sirloin, Petit Filet with Chimichuri, Butch Cassidy Burger

’09 Castano Hecula, Monastrell (Mourvèdre), Yecla, Spain $31.75  
’11 Avalon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California $38.75 $9.00
’12 Bodega Noemia De Patagonia, A Lisa Malbec, Alto Valle Del Rio Negro Patagonia, Argentina
Very Limited Availability
$59.75 #624
’12 Argiano, Non Confunditur, Tuscany, Italy
(40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 20% Syrah, 20% Sangiovese)
$63.75 #629
’11 Obsidian Ridge, Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Hills Lake County, California
Wine Spectator Rating “90”
$67.75 $15.00
’09 Kilikanoon, Shiraz Covenant, Clare Valley, Australia $89.75 #600
’10 Woodward Canyon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Artist Series, Columbia Valley, Washington
Robert Parker Rating: “94”
$109.75 #609
’08 Chappellet, Signature, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley. California
Robert Parker Rating: “92”
$132.75 #630
’96 Chateau Lagrange, St. Julien, Bordeaux, France
Wine Spectator Rating “90”
$139.75 #519
’04 Steltzner, Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap District, Reserve
Wine Spectator Rating “92”
$141.75 #623
’99 Chateau Pape Clement Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux, France
Wine Spectator Rating “90”
$149.75 #611
’09 Pride Mountain, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa and Sonoma County, California
Robert Parker Rating: “93”
$158.75 #615
’03 E. Guigal, Cote-Rotie, Brune Et Blonde, Northern Rhone, France
Robert Parker Rating: “93”
$167.75 #616
’07 David Arthur, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California
Robert Parker Rating: “93”
$172.75 #601
’09 Trifecta, Cabernet Sauvignon, Nyarady family, Napa Valley
Very Limited Availability
$185.75 #617
’98 Chateau Montrose, St. Estèphe, Bordeaux, France
Robert Parker Rating: “90”
$187.75 #610
’03 Elderton, Command Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia
Robert Parker Rating: “94”
$197.75 #618
’02 Chateau Palmer, Margauz, Bordeaux, France
Robert Parker Rating: “94”
$249.75 #620

House Specialty Cocktails

Cowboy Collins New Amsterdam Gin, Lemonade, Orange Zest, Splash of Club Soda - $8.50

7000 Foot High Cosmo Park City's Vodka 7000, Triple Sec and Cranberry Juice - $9.75

The Polar Bear Godiva Chocolate Liquor, Amaretto, A Shot of Espresso, Served Chilled, Straight - $10.75

Stagecoach Margarita Jose Cuervo Tradicional, Cointreau, Fresh Lime juice and Sweet and Sour with a Salted Rim - $10.50

Agave Martini Patron Anejo Tequila, Grand Marnier Liqueur, Fresh Lime Juice & Amber Agave Nectar Served Straight up with a Salted Rim - $10.75

“Oh My!” Mai Tai Myers Dark Rum, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Pineapple Juice and a dash of Cherry Juice - $8.25

High West Lemonade Park City's High West Rye Whisky, Orange Liquor and Lemonade - $9.75


While creating our beer list, we have selected many local, handcrafted beers that we believe compliment our menu items. Please ask your server for pairing suggestions.

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