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La Caille

The twenty acres La Caille Estate is situated in the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. We are approximately twenty minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and just ten minutes from some of Utah’s world-renowned ski areas. The restaurant opened in 1975 and still retains its original Country French charm and eccentricities. La Caille presents dinner seven days a week and serves brunch on the weekends. The restaurant consists of four dining rooms and has an indoor seating capacity of four hundred guests. The Eighteenth-Century themed rooms are available for rental year round. In the warmer months, many prefer to dine on one of our four patios with a view of majestic Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Dinner at La Caille features food that is locally sourced or grown right on property, this insures the freshest ingredients available are presented in each dish we serve.

La Caille features a large range of craft cocktails, bottled beer and the full line of Chateau La Caille wine.

Farm to Table

The passion and dedication to create the best menu offerings come directly from La Caille Chef Billy Sotelo and Grounds Crew member Ryan Richardson. Three years ago, they created a garden to supply La Caille with fresh organic ingredients for use in our restaurant and event menu offerings. Their efforts have resulted in quality ingredients for exceptional menu items, created from the largest farm to table garden in Utah.

Kitchen staff and grounds crew were trained by a local farmer to craft fertile soil, rich in nutrients, and perfectly balanced to grow the best organic and flavorful vegetables and fruits. The Garden is carefully planned every year with new additions to the long list of items we grow including tomatoes, leeks, lettuces, cabbages, sunchokes and artichokes, many varieties of beans, squash and brussels sprouts.    

The Garden is a self-sustaining ecosystem, fed by nutrients from composted excess garden mulch to guarantee the best environment for Organic Growth. The herb farm inside the La Caille greenhouse is also a self-supported growth system utilizing aquaponics for nutrients.

We think you will agree that fresh, organic ingredients translate to a superior dining experience.