About Wolf's Ridge Brewing
Columbus, OH 43215
Wolf's Ridge Brewing is a family owned and operated craft brewery and restaurant, created as a result of our long and deepening love for both craft beer and food. Wolf's Ridge Brewing was born through the deep desire of the owners to create a gathering space for other craft beer and food lovers in the downtown Columbus community. Our goal is to build a microbrewery and restaurant that becomes a proud member of the community, where we provide our patrons with a wonderful dining and drinking experience.
The concept is centered on the idea that by focusing on craft and locally sourced products as much as possible, we are staying true to our primary goal of supporting and emulating the community in which we reside.
Contemporary American, Brewery, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 10:30am - 3:00pm.
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am, Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm. Kitchen closes at 10pm Tuesday - Thursday and 11pm Friday - Saturday. Reservations for parties larger than 12 are not accepted online.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There are many parking options available in the vicinity. Metered parking is available nearby on 4th Street, Spring Street, Chestnut Street, and 3rd Street. There are also pay-to-park lots across 4th Street from WRB and on the corner of Spring and 4th Streets.
Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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Wolf's Ridge Brewing Ratings and Reviews
The food was impeccable. Each course was ...
The food was impeccable. Each course was plated with perfection. The Flora & Flaunta cocktail was delightful as well. I was surprised by how runny the lemon tart was. The crust was also hard. I had to break it with my spoon. The flavor was still delicious.
Took my family here for my father's surp ...
Took my family here for my father's surprise party, the food was absolutely amazing! The atmosphere was also great! A bit pricey, but worth every penny, the beer was also very reasonably priced and had a happy hour!
The beer is great and even their cocktai ...
The beer is great and even their cocktails are very good! I dined with a party of 8 and we all got different entrees. Mixed reviews on the food- some was excellent and some was so-so. Portions are rather small for the price.
The food and beer were both top notch. ...
The food and beer were both top notch. The service is not invasive yet very responsive. The vegan/vegetarian option(s) were very thoughtful and delicious. I am the ultimate carnivore, but still ordered and thoroughly enjoyed the vegetarian plate (with a buffalo pork belly starter).
The beer is some of the best local brew in Columbus in my opinion... and I like beer.... a lot.
Went here for date night - the food and ...
Went here for date night - the food and beer were great! (Highly recommend the duck breast.) However, we did not anticipate that as a 2 person party, we would be put at the end of a large table, communal-seating style. It was not an issue as we did not feel cramped and were not bothered by the other people at our table, but is just something to keep in mind when making a reservation.
We haven't been to Wolf's Ridge(front re ...
We haven't been to Wolf's Ridge(front restaurant) in years. We love the TapRoom. They were closed on this night so we decided to "dine" instead of eat in the more casual setting. What a disappointment! The hostess was rude, the bartender seemed bothered and our server did nothing to accommodate our needs. My hubby loooooves shrimp and grits. He left half of them on his plate! I had the chicken/polenta. The flavor was good at first bite and the polenta was creamy. By the time I worked through it for a while, it became monotonous and heavy. We hurried out and won't be back.
My husband and I tried Wolf Ridge Brewer ...
My husband and I tried Wolf Ridge Brewery this past weekend and had a wonderful experience. The menu was filled so many different types of dishes with wonderful and unexpected flavor pairings. My husband ordered the duck breast and I ordered the salmon and both of us loved the dish. My husband also ordered the Manhattan to drink which was really well made and I ordered their Hefe beer which was also very good. We will definitely be back!
We were celebrating 2 birthdays and we c ...
We were celebrating 2 birthdays and we could not have asked for a better evening! The server was warm, kind and attentive and the food was outstanding! This was our first time and it was better than expected, we will definitely be back!
Had a wonderful first experience at Wolf ...
Had a wonderful first experience at Wolf's Ridge. I had heard plenty of good things and they lived up to the hype. Had a beer flight, appetizer, dinner and dessert and each was a good as the last. Highly recommend this place for a date or friend dinner.
I came here to treat my boyfriend on his ...
I came here to treat my boyfriend on his 30th birthday. First we went to the taproom for a drink which was really a great spot! Glad we saw that part of the restaurant. Then we came to the front for dinner. The environment was really romantic and I loved the decor. My boyfriend got the lamb which was excellent and definitely worth it, but I got the scallops and was mildly disappointed. First of all, they came out cold. Secondly, there are only 3 on the plate. And third, they're served with a really small random salad and some inedible onions. HA. I payed $35 for the dish and there's NO WAY it would ever fill someone for dinner. Thankfully, my bf shared some of his lamb.
Finally, I requested in my reservation that they bring out something, anything, (even a small ball of ice cream would have worked) with a candle at the end of the meal, but nothing was offered. Most restaurants would do this for someone's birthday just as a nice gesture, but we ended up leaving without that small touch...
Hope they take this as constructive criticism.
My husband and I were in town visiting a ...
My husband and I were in town visiting and went for New Years Eve. It was fantastic! They had a three course pre fixed menu. We shared each of our dishes. The appetizers were pork cheeks and a beet and goat cheese salad. The pork cheeks melt in your mouth...so yummy. And the salad was great. Loved the vinaigrette. For main courses we got the lamb rack and the duck gnocchi. The lamb was cooked perfectly. The duck was amazing! The gnocchi was so light and pillowy and the jam that came with complimented the duck so well. For dessert we had a lemon tart and chocolate cake. The chocolate is not on the regular dessert menu. It was good but I loved the lemon tart. It was very refreshing but not overly acidic and tart. Well balance and delicious.
Besides the amazing food, I loved the ambiance. A really cool place with beautiful decor. We had a bottle of wine with our dinner but my husband had gone in earlier in the week while he was there working and said that the beer was top notch.
I wish that I lived in Columbus so I could go back again sooner. Would recommend to everyone.
My wife and I decided to try WRB on NYE. ...
My wife and I decided to try WRB on NYE. It was a fixed price menu for the evening. Food was great and so was the service. I did feel they brought out the next course rather quickly and we felt rushed to eat and pay to get the next reservation in. I'm not quit sure how a fixed priced - 3 course menu runs so this may be the norm.
$400 check with tip for six people and w ...
$400 check with tip for six people and we didn't even drink much (5 cocktails and 3 cheap beers) and that reflected a deduction of $35 for my halibut entree, which was so overcooked that I couldn't eat it. Stick with the Columbus originals if you want to spend serious money on a dinner. Wish we had gone to Lindeys or any number of other great restaurants here.
We did a family holiday dinner with 11 f ...
We did a family holiday dinner with 11 folks at a long table.
WFB handled us easily. The menu, as always, was fantastic. Creative options from salads and small plates to entrees and desserts. The food pairs well with their beer but they also have good wine and cocktails featuring locally distilled liquors.
Would highly recommend the duck and pork shank as entrees. The Buffalo-style pork belly and shrimp and grits small plates were excellent.
And their desserts are always worth trying. They range from the decadent (bruleed cheesecake) to the light and fresh (lemon tart). Save room for dessert! :-)
Had a great occasion and the entire family were well-pleased. Note that the age range was 20 to 89 so can't comment on accommodations for younger kids. I would think kids under 10 or so would not be ideal unless they are mature and have open-minded palates.
At an early hour of the evening the soun ...
At an early hour of the evening the sound level is manageable for elderly people. After 8pm forget it. The menu is always interesting and changing. The beer selection outstanding. The duck, the lamb and the plank steak were outstanding. Our waitress was fun. I have ever been disappointed at Wolfe Ridge.
Once again, a great meal. Had brunch the ...
Once again, a great meal. Had brunch there for the first time and was wowed by their excellent interpretation of lox and bagels. Great flavors, great value. My dining companion had their take on toad in the hole, and was similarly impressed. Will definitely return at all meal times.
As always, this is a great place for a m ...
As always, this is a great place for a meal. I personally prefer the weekend brunch menu to weekday lunch options, but everything is still very good. One item of note - make sure you LOVE garlic when ordering the garlic fries as your side. Otherwise, there aren't enough breath mints in the city to rid your mouth of lunch for the rest of the day/night.
Went on a date and had a great experienc ...
Went on a date and had a great experience. Had a reservation for 8 but was seated earlier which was great. Let us take our time talking before ordering. Great beer and delicious food. Big courses so it was great to share but still on the high priced side. Great atmosphere
We treated ourselves to a nice dinner at ...
We treated ourselves to a nice dinner at Wolf's Ridge, and I am so glad we did! They had just switched to a new menu that week and everything we had, from the drinks to the dinners, was absolutely delicious. Great, friendly service, and a really nice environment. Would absolutely recommend this place.
Took my husband here for his birthday. W ...
Took my husband here for his birthday. We loved the beer flights we got, as well as sharing a bottled beer for "dessert." The food was mostly stellar, but the vegetables in each of our dishes were undercooked. I had broccoli rabe in my dish, and I couldn't even cut it into smaller pieces, and they were long pieces one couldn't eat whole. Disappointing on that front.
The ambiance was great! It was snowing outside, and we loved sitting by the windows and feeling warm but seeing the snow fall outside. Our server was courteous, but she checked on us WAY too much. I felt interrupted when she checked on us when our plates and glasses were clearly still full from the last time she checked on us 5 minutes before that. I think she was really trying, but needs better training.
We'll go again, but it could've been a 5 star experience with a few minor adjustments.
I took my wife to Wolf's Ridge to celebr ...
I took my wife to Wolf's Ridge to celebrate 6 months of marriage upon recommendation of a friend. They did not disappoint - brunch was amazing! We both got mimosas, which you could tell were made using freshly squeezed oranges. I got the steak and eggs, which were cooked to perfection, while my wife got the huevos rancheros, which had the perfect blend of flavors that you could eat with a fork or the tortilla chips they provided. The service was superior, with our waiter visiting quite often to check on us, while other servers brought us our food and took away our empty plates. The only drawback was the noise level, which was noticeable on a busy Sunday morning. The tables are pretty close together, so do not expect much privacy here. Overall, it was definitely worth the trip to downtown.
One o f my favorite restaurants in Colum ...
One o f my favorite restaurants in Columbus. First time to experience dinner and we were not disappointed. Usually visit for brunch .... but since they changed the eggs Benedict creation to a Cuban from the liver pate.... we do not frequent as often . The staff is always friendly, knowledgeable and courteous ... the duck breast dish was wonderful with the house made gnocchi. Will definitely visit again for dinner and try the tomahawk pork chop dish
We had an 8:15 reservation and were not ...
We had an 8:15 reservation and were not sat until 9:30. The manager was more than kind offering a round of drinks and some appetizers on the house. However, our server was rude whenever someone tried to order another drink, she would rudely say, "you have to pay for it." Ummm thanks, we know. Then...when we were finally sat down the next server was rude. He would not let anyone order off of the tavern menu, which is basically in the back room, and when the food came out, it was cold.
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