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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
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
This was our first visit in a long while. Though the menu was not extensive, there were many good choices. My wife had a Caesar salad the tenderloin trio and I had the Duck Tacos and Salmon Oscar. Though the portions were somewhat small, all of our choices were well prepared, exactly as ordered, and were delicious. It should not have taken 90 minutes from ordering to asking for a check. We would have ordered dessert but we waited almost 15 minutes just for coffee and lost interest. The restaurant did not seem all that busy. Overall, great food, but the service needs to step up. EdgeWild is very similar to Cooper's Hawk, but at Cooper's Hawk the portions are larger, the service is better, and overall it was a better value .
We went for our wedding anniversary. Our server was excellent and helped me find something vegan friendly on the menu. She was friendly, attentive, and very funny. It was a little loud in the dining room due to a large group of high schoolers going to homecoming. Our food was delicious, just wish there were more vegan options.
We were hear a year ago and it was fabulous, but this time was not! I arrived with an elderly friend, and another with sensory issues, and we were greeted by the loudest-live performance I've ever heard in a restaurant. We were given a booth away from the noise, and while our waitress was friendly, our food was mediocre. I ordered the seafood linguine, which I was told was a bit spicy, which is right up my ally. It arrived tasteless and mushy. For the second time in my life, i sent the dish back to the kitchen, and about 10 minutes later a very unhappy, disheveled looking manager returned with the place, which had clearly been doused in spices. It was ok, but we sure won't be back!
First time and not thrilled, Service was excellent but the food was disappointing. Bone in strip was less than 3/4” and over cooked, it came with grits that were a solid mass on the plate. Flat bread pizza was not flat. Just disappointed, very average, lots of other places to go.
We gathered to meet two new family members for brunch.
1. There is no brunch at EdgeWild on Sundays, just lunch.
2. Even though the restaurant was not crowded, another large group was seated directly behind us (we kept bumping chairs with them) and they were so loud at points we had a hard time hearing our table.
3. My avocado toast was very good, but only one egg and a paltry spread of avocado.
Salty salty salty. Third time visiting and each time it has degraded. Menu variety is gone but prices continue to rise out of sight. Clearly this place is now relying on its charming character to save face. I used to look foreward to returning, now I look forward to finding a new fav place. Sad really. Oh well.
We had a lovely evening celebrating a friend's birthday. Everything tasted great and the service was attentive and not intrusive. My friend really enjoyed the Edgewild Chardonnay. One person in our group is hearing impaired, so the low noise level was much appreciated.
Salad tastes like it had been rinsed in dirty mop water. Almost got sick with just two bites and had to push it away. Lunch menu had changed with reduction in quantity and especially quality. Was offered a "hand shake" to everyone at my table by the waiter... who handles food and dirty plates all day. Not cool. Not good. Not likely going back any time soon
Food was good. We made a reservation through open table, and requested a booth from the hostess. She stated they were all taken. I asked the many open booths, indicating nearby ones (all had the same number of seats). As I tried to ask her questions she kept walking away backwards, clearly bothered and too busy to deal with me. The actual waitress kept asking us to join their wine club and even sitting down with us explaining the benefits. Slow down, we are still deciding if we will ever come back, let alone join the club.
It was comfortable dining, but the noise level in what I would call their main dining area was extremely high. It didn't allow us to have a fine dining experience...but a casual one instead. Our server was efficient but lacked class. I like the place but this time it came up a little short of my expectations. I think it's more casual than fine dining.
The food was not good. Had the sirloin steak special. It was three slices of very fatty, grizzle-filled meat on top of a mound of mashed potatoes. Maybe half of the meat was actually edible, but I had to search for those parts. No vegetable was included. Everything is a la carte. There is no bread service. It's expensive on top of poor quality. I've had better steak at Ponderosa. I was very embarrassed to take a business associate from out of state there for dinner. Unfortunately, she ordered the same thing. I will not return.
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!
The food was good but we felt it was over priced considering the atmosphere and service. We had a table of six and could not hear each other without raising our voices . Our server seemed rushed and a bit abrasive; she would be talking to us while walking away. Also, the server that delivered our salads had her figures in our bowls, Yuck!
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.
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