I dined at Il Posto Rosso when my husband and I stayed at the Radcliffe for our tenth wedding anniversary. The ambiance, food, and staff made it an amazing dining experience, and we can’t wait to eat there again.
The dining room was intimate and charming, with an open kitchen that allowed us to see the team plating beautiful, homemade food. It was a gorgeous night, so we decided to eat outside on the patio. Our server was awesome and immediately asked us our names. She even gave us a great recommendation for a place to watch the sunset the following evening.
The menu was small and deliberately curated, but it had lots of variety. Our waitress informed us that the grass-fed beef we ate in the Tagliata Di Manzo came from Rob, the Radcliffe CEO’s farm. We devoured Mangalista pork, which also came from Rob’s farm. Our waitress helped us pair an amazing bottle of Seghesio Zinfandel with our meal, which really brought out the Utah cherries and the citrus in the marinated pork.
All and all, it was simple, clean food, and everything was made in-house, which you could tell because it tasted so fresh. It was fun to chat with Chef Troy when he brought us our entrees and hear the story behind each dish. By dessert, we were tired after a long day on the trails, so we took our Chocolate Cookie Crumble back to our room along with the rest of our bottle of wine. Everyone at Il Posto Rosso made us feel special, and we cannot wait to go back on our next visit to Moab!