Hi , i will say casual.
Dressy casual to dressy. I would lean to more dressed up than not.
Business casual, sorry for the long delay. I was away on vacation
I suggest "Sunday best" or business casual although I have seen people very dressed up as well as in shorts.
It used to be more formal, last month my wife wore a summer dress and I wore denim pants with a collared shirt. That being said, there was a couple in t-shirt, shorts and sandals sitting by us, who cares? In other words, as a business owner myself, everyone's $ is welcome regardless of what they look like.
We dressed business casual
Long pants and open shirt. No tie no jacket.
It feels good to dress up here but there were plenty of more stylish (rather than formal) guests and of course Texans wear whatever they want (and are almost always under dressed). But the restaurant is happy to make everyone feel welcome. This is Utah. A very friendly, sincere place
You don't have to have a suit, we were there last week and most ladies had casual dresses, and the men had Tommy Bahama like shirts. There were a few men in suits. I would dress nice, upscale casual, or if you like to get dressed up go for it totally appropriate here. I would not go in jeans or shorts, it is a classy place.
Daytime is nice-casual, but evening is dressy; it's a classy place.
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