You would never expect a three story golf range to provide such exceptional food considering the fact that golf ranges are classically known for providing distasteful food. That is where Topgolf soars above the standard to create their own experience and provide people with superior tasting food at a fair sum. When you drive by the Utah Topgolf building located at 920 Jordan River Boulevard in Midvale, you’ll most likely stare in wonder. It is three stories tall with a massive net attached to one side stretching for what seems like 1,000 yards. The scenic appeal to Topgolf’s building comes from the amazing architectural wonders apparent on the outside along with the inside. With beautiful curves and edges found on just about every inch of Topgolf’s structure is so prime you can spend the entire time you’re there looking at it. My party ordered a number of food items, including a prosciutto artichokes and olive flatbread ($10), the classic burger ($10.50), additionally the Topgolf wings ($10), and the fried pickles ($6). The food initially comes off as bar food with a little bit of an italian flare, but when you dig in a little more deeply you find a lot more. The tiniest details band together to explode in your mouth with the flavors that give you the impression that the chef working at the time has been honing their craft for quite some time. The smallest dash of rosemary with salt and a tang of barbecue complements the hearty taste of the top notch ground beef, creating a crescendo of flavor that packs a vim worthy of another bite. The prosciutto artichoke pizza came to us on a wood pizza board straight out of the oven in a more rustic format with the cheese in chunks and the artichokes in bits. It tasted phenomenal with a burst of flavor and an amazing texture. The burger has a stunning bombardment of illustrious and hearty flavors that perfectly complement each other in a graceful dance of zest on the dancefloor of my tongue, now keeping this in mind I would like to note that as great as the burger was it was completely unfulfilling. The wings in many senses dances to the same song as the burger, they were spectacular in every way of the word with a robust, spicy and not dry which is normal of wings, but as like the burger they came short of filling me to my fullest extent which is in many ways disappointing. If I were to ask more of Topgolf’s food services I would ask for larger portions and staggering the main entre and the appetizer.