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About Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant - Arlington Heights
Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant combines modern, casual dining with award-winning, handcrafted wines. Our menu features fresh contemporary-American fare infused with flavors from around the world. From appetizers to desserts, each dish on our menu is listed with a bin number to help guide you to your selection’s perfect wine match. In addition to dining, Cooper’s Hawk offers a full-service bar, private party spaces, and Napa-style tasting room with specialty gift store, where guests can enjoy sipping and sampling wines in a traditional winery setting. Sourcing the highest quality grapes from the best vineyards around the world has earned Cooper’s Hawk a growing list of more than 300 wine awards. Most recently, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants was selected as “Hot Concept 2010” winner by Nation's Restaurant News and MenuMasters winner for the category of “Menu Trendsetter” in 2013.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
Contemporary American, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Full menu available for lunch and dinner
Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 11:00am - 10:30pm, Sunday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
W. Golf Road and W. Algonquin Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Full catering and carryout menu available for pick up at the restaurant. For menus, visit www.chwinery.com.
Private Party Facilities:
Cooper’s Hawk specializes in seamless events embodying the warmth and elegance of the wine world. Our Private Party Room and Winery Room offer unique settings for your social and corporate gatherings along with first-class event packages to help choose the perfect menu. We will also happily customize any event package to meet your individual needs.
Private Party Contact:
Events Department: (847) 981-0900 ext. 4
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant - Arlington Heights Ratings and Reviews
I have always loved frequenting this place but on Sunday for Father's Day was the worst experience for my dad. His fillet mignon was not medium rare as requested and it was cold ... as if it was sitting out for a while. The meal was comped out but the experience was ruined for my dad but will give it another try.
Our food was great as usual, but because of some management problems, our waiter was not assigned and so a temp came to the table finally to bring water after a 15 minute wait and then our permanent waiter, Jeremy, took over. In the confusion, the fact it was our anniversary got lost. Then appetizers took over 25 minutes. Jeremy was great, and gave us our wine for free, but table management and kitchen timing needs to improve!
I loved the service but they were out of risotto and that was the main reason for coming. The other meals we ordered were not great. Luke warm food, soggy breaded chicken. Completely dissatisfied with the food but everything else about the experience was fantastic
Great food! Great wine! This is one of my favorite restaurant. Although this time we didnt have such a great waiter which didn't make the experience great for my guests who had never been there before.
Perhaps, we should've asked for another waiter but I wouldn't let that stop others from trying.
Unfortunately not a good experience. We were seated right on time for our reservation. Good start. We placed our daughters order(19 month old) plus some wine. Out in like 7 minutes. Pretty good we thought.
Then we placed our orders. 45 minutes later...still no food but the promise of "just a few more minutes". 10 minutes later we asked for a manager. To their credit, they did everything they could to make it up to us going so far as to comp the food and give free meals. However the damage was done. The waiter forgot to put in our order and lie to us for over 45 minutes. It'll be quite some time before we consider going back.
Service was slow. Took longer than usual for everything, even for a Saturday night. My steak was under cooked. I had to go to the front counter to ask for the manager because my husband had finished eating and my food was not out yet. No sign of our waitress. Second disappointing meal in a row at CH. Thinking about cancelling our membership.
First, the restaurant reported to Open Table that we were a no-show for our reservation, when in fact we WERE there. Then, our server accidentally spilled a glass of ice in front of me at the table. She did scoop up the pieces of ice, but never came back to wipe the water off the table. I wiped it up with my napkin. Lastly, after our lunch, my friend and I wanted to purchase a bottle of wine to take home. My friend asked the gentlemen the behind the wine counter if we should take the bottle off the rack or if he would need to get it for us. He rudely said "What are you asking me?", as if it was a bother to help us. Not pleased with the experience at this restaurant.
I don't think the server should add the wine you picked up at the tasting counter to your dinner bill. I will only tip on my food. This is why I am a wine club member because I like that I can take my wine to dinner with no corking fee. I don't think I should have to tip on wine I picked up from being a wine club member.
Had 5pm reservations, but instead chose to do wine tasting before and rescheduled with them for a 7pm reservation. Had no problem, as they were very accommodating. Great sommelier at the wine tasting and then got seated on time with no issues. Unfortunately my dates pasta dish came out ice cold, but they replaced it immediately, no problem. Decent wait staff too and good ambiance.
Went on Memorial Weekend Sunday. Seated promptly, server friendly. Wine arrived promptly. Order taken promptly - a salad, split, and two entrees. More time spent on pushing the Wine Club membership than anything else, but the deal seems very reasonable, although not Trader Joe's prices. After the brisk take-off, the meal went into a holding pattern for a solid hour. There was no explanation given of what happened to our entree orders but the server obviously observed that nothing was coming to us. Without much delay, the manager arrived at the table and said our order got lost somewhere and he would make it up to us. We were served in about 10 more minutes, a bottle of wine and both entrees were comped. Sure, anyone would be happy with that kind of deal, and we were. It got super busy right after we were seated but people seated after us got served and finished which got very frustrating and the manager was almost over-apologetic about the experience, considering that it also was our first visit to the restaurant. Usually, a make-up would have been a free dessert or possibly just comping the wine. Management went over and beyond and deserves to be commended. The server was not at fault and we did not penalize him for the glitch - he did his job well.
We found the menu to be reasonable in price and the portions generous - the chopped salad is easily a two-person serving. The jambalaya tasted exactly like my own does and I didn't have to work on it for hours to enjoy the same flavours. The Barramundi is right to be positioned as the star of the seafood selections and the portioning of the accompaniments as well as the fish were all very correct, as was my jambalaya.
Yes, I took the Club membership, got my two bottles of wine afterwards, and drove home satisfied that this is not only a good value for the money but also a very tightly run establishment despite its daunting size. Kudos to all, kitchen, waitstaff, and mgmt.
I love Cooper's Hawk restaurant and have eaten there many times. I have always been satisfied with the food and service, but this visit was the exception. My husband and I ate at the restaurant at 2:00 pm on Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. The restaurant was not crowded.
We ordered the pork belly tostadas as an appetizer, and they were very good. We also ordered a crispy fish sandwich to split, and it took an extremely long time for the sandwich to arrive. When it did arrive, we saw that the fish was very overcooked, almost to the point of being burnt. Given how long it took for the sandwich to arrive initially, we decided not to send it back. We did however, mention it to our server. After talking to her manager, the server offered us a free dessert to compensate us for the overcooked fish. When we received the bill, we discovered that we were charged for half the price of the dessert. The server eventually corrected the error on the bill, but all in all, this was a less than satisfactory experience.
Had their new calamari appetizer and it was outstanding. We've never had a meal there that we didn't enjoy. I had the red wine short ribs and my wife had the medallions of beef from the balanced life menu. Really enjoyed our entrees and the June wine of the month.
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