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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
Forgot the olive juice in the dirty martinis. The server couldn't be found to correct the drinks. The soup of the day (black bean) was gone by 6pm, but the server didn't know it. They don't know the difference between medium-rare and medium-well steaks. Mostly empty but still slow service - started at 6pm and barely made it home in time to watch GoT at 8pm.
Diverse wine selection. Great food. Funny though, we both has seafood. Middle of the country and it was fantastic. We pacific north westeners can be snobbish when it comes to our salmon. Wild Edge chefs delivered! Seared scallops were perfect. A must try location.
Service was great. Thank you Derek!
We got there a 6 on a Friday night and beat the crowd. It was quiet and we enjoyed a drink at our table with appetizers. Ordered dinner and the place started to fill up. So it got a little noisier. The food was great. Our server...SHE was perfect. And she recommended a very good dessert.
edgewild is one of our regular stops. always good food, great wine and find service. this particular visit was more notable due to the outstanding service from the entire staff. the young lady at the tasting bar was very knowledgeable, the hostess were accommodating when we delayed our seating and the server, a young lady named sherry, went above and beyond to make sure we understood the menu's regular fares as well as the specials. her recommendations on appetizers, entrees and wine paring was spot on. i have my own business and she is definitely someone that i would be very comfortable with representing my firm.
Coconut Shrimp, Thai Salad, steak, seafood pasta and salmon were excellent. also ordered a bottle of wine. Collin out server was great. He even gave us a free desert for our 29th Anniversary. my only negative comment was that they didn't have Worcestershire sauce for my steak. they only had A1. we will come again.
Menu did not have a large selection of entrees. The food was good, but I feel our waiter was pushing too hard for us to order certain things. She was attentive, but offered too many unsolicited opinions.
The food is a bit on the pricy side.
Noise level wasn't too bad.
The reservation was a late hour but the waiter made the place.. I would go back for service even though the food was decent but priced high. A good early evening scene for a international style setting and contemporary style food great in theory but lacking in execution.
The filet medallions were very good as was the crab soup. the duck tacos appetizer was not great, too much onion and the duck was not tender, undercooked I think. Would be better to use duck confit. My wife's salad was good and the ice cream and coffee were a good finish to a nice meal.
We had a 5 year old and a 2 year old. The noise level and informality was such that we felt they - and we - would be comfortable there even though the food and wine selections were far above what a kid-friendly place would have. Appetizers were excellent, especially the goat cheese and honey. The mushroom lasagne was spectacular. Baramondi had a spicy sauce on top, but nonetheless was a little dull, and the eggplant recotti was not special.
Had not been here for a long time and was very pleased. The service was very good and the food was very good. Everyone was sharing bites which you don't do unless the food is worth sharing. They have added some sound proofing since the last time I was there which has helped with the noise level. The rating would actually be higher but they were out of the desert that we ordered.
We have eaten there before and had a good or better experience on most every occasion, but this meal was over cooked, dried out and tasteless. The waitress didn't listen to my request for preparation, so they brought wrong sauces and preparation on their Sockeye Salmon. My wife's Thai salad was not anything like the time before, pretty bland as well. My sons steak was "OK" but nothing memorable. Not sure I will return after that experience. I would suspect they have had major turnover in the kitchen or a new chef.
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.
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