• Edge Steakhouse Receives AAA Four Diamond Rating

     
    POSTED October 28, 2016
     

Edge Steakhouse at Westgate Park City Resort & Spa has received the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Rating—an achievement that only 2 percent of AAA approved restaurants has attained.

“AAA is delighted to recognize Edge Steakhouse as a Four Diamond restaurant,” says Michael Petrone, director, AAA Inspections & Diamond Ratings. “To maintain the exceptional standards required for this rating on a daily basis is an outstanding achievement. AAA Four Diamond establishments are attentive to guests’ needs and consistently deliver memorable dining experiences.”

Located in Park City, Utah, Edge Steakhouse features traditional American steakhouse cuisine—but with a twist! Through creativity and refinement, Edge Steakhouse provides a unique culinary experience, featuring dishes like American Wagyu beef sashimi and lobster and black truffle risotto. They’re also known for their Ribeye Cap, a signature dish created with 8 ounces of Wagyu beef and prepared using advanced techniques.

The restaurant has also been placed among the top 12 steakhouses in the United States by Forbes, is on USA Today’s 10Best list and has won multiple Wine Spectator Award of Excellence awards and Best of State awards.

“During the past several years, Edge Steakhouse has repeatedly distinguished itself as one of the top dining establishments in Utah,” says David Siegel, president and CEO, Westgate Resorts. “We’re honored to be recognized by such a significant industry brand like AAA. The team at Edge Steakhouse has done a tremendous job and I am certain they will continue to strive to provide an outstanding dining experience for our guests.”

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