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.
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
Weekend afternoons and Friday-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:
Zach Smith: 6365320550
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
EdgeWild Restaurant & Winery Ratings and Reviews
We had eaten here several times with mi ...
We had eaten here several times with mixed success, however one doesn't always get to pick the place. This time I risked recommending for a special event. We arrived slightly early for 6:30 reservations and were seated immediately. However, the waitress did not seem very knowledgeable about the wine options, and was sour/ even grumpy. Other staff filled water glasses regularly and she did deliver wine promptly after ordered. However, she came back and asked one member which salmon had been ordered and I guess that explained the 40 minutes it took to get our food.... My husband and I had tepid food that was tough (steak and pork loin). We did not complain given it was a celebration of our sons engagement and no one else noted issues. The only smile from the waitress was when she brought the bills and that did not cause me to increase my tip. I will NOT go back unless forced to join another celebration where I have no say. Really, they need an attitude adjustment and better food options. A GIANT letdown!
This was a total waste of money. Maybe i ...
This was a total waste of money. Maybe it was because it was the Fourth of July and it was utter chaos. But they served us The wrong appetizer which was poor and we left it at that because the kitchen was so backed up and we were hoping to see the fireworks display. Then dinner came out. My seafood was lackluster, my son's steaks were bloody rare and cold inside when they should've been medium well and even after being put back on the grill they came back the exact same way. Completely inedible. My mother's chicken was covered in a thick gravy. So heavy she didn't eat it. The Caesar salad was wilted at the end as if it was old lettuce. Absolutely a horrible experience. Everything was so late that we only got to see the last four minutes of the grand finale of the fireworks display. A miserable experience I will never ever again go to this restaurant.
We had excellent service and tasty food, ...
We had excellent service and tasty food, attractively presented. I think the price is high for the modest serving size. I think the wines by the glass priced from 7.75-12 are high for the moderate quality of the wine served. I like the space, decor, and service which are impressive.
Thank you for making our evening special ...
Thank you for making our evening special. It was all set up and ready for us Sunday night. The Napa salad was to die for as was dinner and dessert. It was a "Goodbye"dinner for a friend and a night night to remember for a lifetime. Thank you until we see you again!
Very poor food. Two different soups, bo ...
Very poor food. Two different soups, both inedible. Onion soup was more of a gelatinous gravy; possibly the worst soup I have ever attempted to eat. Chowder had an "off" taste.
Meatloaf was grey and tasteless except for the hunks of uncooked onion and pimentos. Mashed potatoes were whipped, and semi liquid, not mashed. Salad to be topped with poached salmon contained shredded, not whole, salmon, and was not edible. Salad dressing was unpleasant. Mussels were ok, but were too small, and too few. Wedge salad was unexceptional.
We were shown to a booth with a large rip in the seat. It appeared that the rip had been there for some time. Not appealing, nor seemingly hygienic.
Restaurant was busy, not packed. Food seemed to take a very long time to arrive to our table. I'm fairly certain that at least one of the entrees was plated and ready to be served well in advance of when it arrived at the table.
Waitstaff was pleasant. No complaints on that front. Although, if you are a waiter (I was) and a guest asks you for the check, and has his credit card sitting on the table, why would you drop off the check to disappear to take care of someone else, while the guest is in the process of opening the check holder to verify that he's been given the proper bill? At that stage, we just wanted to get out of the place.
At the end of the meal, simply wanted to leave. Would never return. Not even for free food.
Food was good for six people - one veget ...
Food was good for six people - one vegetarian - but the service was horrid. My second time in two months and waitresses were leaning over me to pour water, serve and clear plates for the person to my left. It was a round table. Plenty of room for them to go around. Also both wait staff interrupted discussion as if we were on their schedule. We paid plenty to be there. One gal actually sat down with us while we waited for the last of our party to arrive. Not cute. Please train your wait staff to wait.
Booked a table here for Father's Day din ...
Booked a table here for Father's Day dinner when our usual go-to (Cardwell's at the Plaza) wasn't available. It was a fine substitute but I still prefer Cardwell's. Table was ready; service and food good; ambiance is okay - is a very large space and can feel a little impersonal. Enjoyed the wine list. Large menu with choices for all. Wouldn't hesitate to go back, but also not clamoring to do so.
3 of the 5 meals were lukewarm when serv ...
3 of the 5 meals were lukewarm when served. The server took them all back and had them remade. In the meantime she brought the three of us soup and bread. The fried chicken was dry...both plates. Do not order this special.
Good place for lunch and business discussion. Service was timely and server knew the menu. Ordered the Thai Salad with chicken not beef. Lunch companion ordered same with the steak. Started with the French onion soup which was too thick and a bit too garlicky but flavorful. Salads were excellent, crisp, fresh and the dressing was terrific. Will return if we are back in town.
the whole place was over rated. The food was ok, best dish we had was the pistachio encrusted goat cheese for an appetizer. Everything else had too much sauce/seasoning. The server was super annoying about having us join their wine club. I said no the first time and she kept bringing it up every time she came back. We filled out the survey because it says you get a free piece of chocolate from the tasting bar, don't let that fool you! You don't get one of the delicious looking truffles, you get a tiny chocolate wafer (basically 1 flatten chocolate chip) that tastes cheap. I might go back if I'm meeting a group there and I had no say on where to go, but other than that I don't plan on going back there.
Service was horrible despite a half full house. Rushed us to order then ignored. They hovered over a 8 person table who came in after us. Then made 4 mistakes in our delivery. No Soup delivered, then Wrong soup, entrees coming out a separate times one hot one just warm. Bottle of wine after asking twice and arrived after entrees.
Our service was poor
Our waitress seemed completely disinterested and service was slow. Used appetizer plates left after entree served and remained guru dinner. Water not refilled till total end of meal. Black grouper and accompaniments were excellent but the service kind of spoiled the whole experience
Another Special Evening
We went with friends on Saturday night to spend one last evening with a server from EdgeWild that is moving out of state - that alone should tell you how great the service is at the Winery. Over the years not only had we asked many times for Paul because of his service, he had become, in every sense of the word, a friend as well. The food was incredible (they had a lobster/mushroom crepe as an appetizer on their weekend specials menu that was fantastic!)...both the house wines and the reserved wines at EdgeWild are noteworthy (the house Columbia Valley Cabernet is great Cab! - and aged in-house!)...and the people, from the owners on down, are wonderful. If you haven't been, try it...you won't be disappointed.
We have been to Edgewild three times. The first time was right after they opened and we swore we'd never go back! The service was not good, there were three mistakes in our order, and we felt as if the staff was woefully undertrained. I can't remember why we went back, but we did and we are so glad! The service a has been really good and the food has been great.
I met up with friends to celebrate a birthday here. The waitress we had was very personable, attentive, and prompt. I ordered the Thai Salad with beef which was very tasty and not drowning in dressing which brought out the flavors in the salad. The wine list was ample and our waitress brought out several taste glasses for my friend so she could decide on a suitable glass. The atmosphere was pleasant, although if we were seated closer to the bar, we may have had problems with noise.
This was a second visit to EdgeWild. Th ...
This was a second visit to EdgeWild. This time to celebrate a major milestone for my husband. While good, it didn't live up to our first experience. Our first visit we were floored by the all around quality, and while certainly not a cheap birthday dinner for 5 adults, we felt the balance of excellent service and food against the prices was an overall value. This time our server was good, but not great. The food was fine, but not excellent, and I left feeling underwhelmed.
Our wine was excellent, and the server made a very astute recommendation based on the preferences we described. The French Onion Soup had nice texture and presentation, but a strangely acrid aftertaste. All the other food was good, but not impressive as on my previous visit.
Altogether, I still think this is a very good restaurant. My husband and I may return since it's a nearby date option, but I'm not confident that I'd like to bring back another group of out-of-town guests to treat them to a great celebration meal.
We have been there several times and our ...
We have been there several times and our waitress Megan had no personality at all and not very friendly. Went for our daughters birthday and this waitress was the worse we've ever had there. It wasn't that busy and probably won't be dining there again anytime soon.
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