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About EdgeWild Restaurant & Winery
Located in the heart of Chesterfield, EdgeWild is a modern casual restaurant serving affordable American fine wines with inventive American cuisine.
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm.
Clarkson & Hwy 40
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Friday and Saturday evenings on our all-season patio.
Private lot parking
Private Party Facilities:
EdgeWild Restaurant & Winery is the perfect venue to host private events. From cocktail and dinner parties to luncheons and corporate entertaining, our private dining spaces make the ideal setting for your next event.
Private Party Contact:
Christy Carter: (636) 532-0550
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
EdgeWild Restaurant & Winery Ratings and Reviews
The food was bland and overpriced. Two people in our party ordered the Lobster Bisque and it was not good at all. It was runny, flavorless, void of any Lobster meat and contained pieces of shell ground into tiny grains. The $9.75 Caesar salad tasted fine but it was not fully prepared. None of the lettuce was chopped. Another member of our party and I had four giant leafs that we had to cut and mix with the cheese and dressing. The Seafood Linguini was served in a bland red sauce and was barely warm when it reached the table. The goat cheese appetizer was the highlight. It was excellent. I have dined here twice in the past and enjoyed the food. I felt it was overpriced but still tasty. Nonetheless I will not visit here again.
Wendy our server made it a great evening. She was very thorough to explain the changes in the menu since our last visit. Everyones meal arrived together and met expectations. Wendy helped us spend some of our built up "inventoroy" from our monthly club purchases. A great experience for my 60th birthday with my family
Best thing about this restaurant was the service. The staff was friendly and very much interested in taking care of our needs although under dressed for what I had thought was a "Nicer" restaurant. Biggest problem however was the food.
1. Ordered lemonade for my child and it tasted like pure syrup (sickly sweet)
2. Changed order to white milk and my son was served spoiled milk which although didn't smell bad looked to be separating in the glass and was definitely poor tasting
3. Other food was decent although nothing to rush out to visit this restaurant.
4. Children's menu was non-existent as we had to ask and then we were told what the options were instead of being given a menu for the child.
Overall I would not suggest this restaurant if you are looking for a nice meal out with friends and family.
Staff did their best to make it up to us going so far as giving us free dessert but it didn't overcome the sour milk taste that both my son and I had when we left the restaurant.
Went with a friend to celebrate her birthday. Very nicely redone decor, nothing reminded me of when it was formerly Bahama Breezes. Comfortable and very nice without be formal, stiff or stuffy. The food was wonderful! The sauce on the Cajun shrimp appetizer was great. My friend said she would eat it with a straw! She poured the leftover sauce on her battered fries and enjoyed the specialty burger. I had the most luscious puréed black bean soup that I wish I had the recipe for. My pancetta wrapped bison meatloaf was moist and delicious! We had unexpected entertainment during lunch when a pair of cardinals settled outside our window. The female hopped all along the window sill. Later, a Canadian goose came walking down the parking lot. It was a very pleasant afternoon and I am looking forward to going back for dinner with my husband.
Third or fourth time we have dined at Edge Wild...it will mark the last.
First, unless you're a 40-something Wednesday is NOT the night to go. It's half off wine night and it's loud...but that's okay...
We came for dinner...Sean was our waiter and he started out attentive...maybe when we ordered appetizers, salads, drinks, and entrees and no bottles of wine he got disinterested.
His service was bad...really bad. He couldn't even keep out waters full. Half the time we sat there with nothing to drink and no food. When the food finally arrived it was not good. Nothing like the other meals. Except the soup was good. Salads not bad either. But the chicken, spaghetti, and meatloaf were all awful.
And Sean couldn't even be bothered to provide forks and knives after his colleagues cleared the table. Miserable experience for $250.
The food was great as always. I was a bit bummed out because they sat us in an area that didn't honor happy hour prices so we were charged full price for everything. They also changed the menu this past Monday as well so unfortunately some of the appetizers that I love were removed. This is still my favorite restaurant and my family enjoyed it. We went here to celebrate my getting married. Since I had a small wedding it was very fitting to have dinner there.
Went for the first time on Mother's Day with wife and daughter. Was looking forward to it based on the fact that it was in a Top 10 list in USA Today. Was disappointed. We were met with a comment by the hostess that they were slammed by everyone showing up at once (isn't this controllable by the reservation system?) Our appetizers came before our drinks (just wine - nothing fancy - although I did enjoy the Edgewild Tempranillo). Food was OK, but my wife got the Ribeye (medium rare) and it came out literally cold. So they took it back and microwaved it - the same piece of meat. So, naturally it came back medium to medium well - although it was at least warm now. If everyone showed up at the same time, the definitely all left at the same time because our room of tables was empty, except for us, at about 8:35 PM (we started at 7:00). Not really a problem, except that they moved the cleanup crew in, bussing trolley and all! We had dessert to a symphony of dishes clanking. We left at 9:00 PM, when the restaurant supposedly closes so we did not overstay our welcome by any means. Not sure how this place is #10 in America in any category - they must have gotten Putin involved in the voting. Not worth the money.
Mother's Day. The food was delicious however, the Dijon Chicken used to come with 2 sides. It was disappointing to find that you have to order a starch on the side. And you have to order a portion that feeds more than 1 person. It makes this restaurant too expensive to go to unless it's a special occasion.
This is our first time dining here and we were quite impressed. They have an extensive wine list to choose from as well as some specialty mixed drinks. The steak was cooked perfectly and had great flavor. The pasta was homemade and very tasty and the scallops were cooked exactly right. I wasn't a fan of the bourbon glaze that the scallops sat in so tried to eat around it. We ordered their famous 'dome' for dessert. It was much larger than any of us had imagined or thought it would be. But it was fun to watch it melt and we managed to eat most of it between the 3 of us.
Mother's Day brunch buffet. Food was excellent, and should be for the price. Buffet set up was not optimal for the space as choke points for made to order omelets and waffles created lines blocking access to some pre-prepared items making for unnecessary wait times and occasional rude patrons. Probably will not return for another holiday brunch, but may attempt on a non-holiday.
Kind of disappointed. The waiter didn't acknowledge that it was my husbands birthday and seemed rushed. Also disappointed that the dinner no longer comes with a vegetable but prices didn't drop. Shareable sides are only nice if you both like the same thing. May have to look for another place for special occasions.
Felt that the waitress Sheri may have not been prepared to work. She seemed very scattered and it was challenging to eat a meal. The food took quite a long time to arrive from the time we ordered and the place appeared empty. I took my sister and her family here for a meal to get her out of the house as she has stage 4 cancer and it seemed close to her house and the menu looked great. I ordered onion soup along with my parents and I told her we didn't want to slow down dinner by getting the soups first. She brought my parents their soup about 20 minutes after we ordered and then said don't worry it didn't slow dinner down but she failed to bring my soup first too if it wasn't actually going to slow down dinner. We ordered an additional side of mashed potatoes and she questioned why we were ordering them so we said we just want mashed potatoes. She commented that she thought she made a mistake with the order but we never said she did. At the end of the day, she made the experience pretty bad. The food was ok but the chicken I ordered for my sister and myself was cold. I think the food sat on the pass waiting for all of the food to be ready before she brought it out. We were also asked to pass the drinks around the table rather than her walking around the delivering them to each person. Perhaps Sheri was dealing with some personal issue of her own, however, she should not been allowed to serve us when her mind is somewhere else. I was simply trying to get my sister out of the house and her mind off cancer and instead I accomplished that but the experience was disappointing simply because of the server and quality of food.
New menu is HORRIBLE and the preparation of former dishes still on the new menu is different. My table was not the only one to think this as it was obvious looking at other tables that others were not happy with their food either. Thank God we all ordered salads or we would've starved. Really hoping they go back to the old menu and how they used to prepare dishes because this used to be one of our favorite spots.
Menu had multiple items I wanted to try. Goat cheese appetizer was awesome. Food was very good and the service was great (although the hostess was oddly/distractingly dressed). Ambiance was quiet and comfortable. Great date night spot. Will definitely be returning.
First-timer-had heard food was good-was disappointed when completed our meal. Might return, but would not be on top of my list. Service was somewhat strange-waiter was friendly and kind, but I looked up several times and was sitting in a booth, chatting with other customers that she was serving???
Very loud. We has a round table for 8 and we could really only hear those sitting next to us.
Some said their food was great, one sent the caeser salad back. One complained about the steak and it was comped. (overcooked and tough). My sea bass was overcooked and tasteless.
The server was great!! and the mushroom soup was outstanding. We ordered the bread pudding and it was terrific!!
Not a bad evening, just a little disappointing...
I am a wine club member and a huge fan of Edgewild, however I was beyond disappointed with Easter Brunch. Reservation times weren't honored and once we were finally seated the food lines were ridiculously long and unorganized. The food was below average and extremely disappointing. It certainly was not worth the $32 price per person that was charged. Even the service was substandard, as we couldn't get drinks refilled or plates cleared from our table. I will return for normal dining, but never again for brunch.
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