About Wolf's Ridge Brewing
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
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.
We were seated at a table with several o ...
We were seated at a table with several other people. I know that's typical on a busy evening at Wolf's Ridge, but the restaurant wasn't even half full. I felt like my date and I couldn't have the conversation and experience we were hoping for because nothing we said or did was private. If I make a reservation, I would like to be seated in a more private area when it's available.
Terrific restaurant. Great food and dri ...
Terrific restaurant. Great food and drinks and service. Visiting from San Diego and we were all glad to have found this wonderful spot. Had three courses and they were all excellent. Waitstaff was attentive and professional.
Very crowded for brunch. Beer was yummy ...
Very crowded for brunch. Beer was yummy and ambience was great - great crowd, lively and happy but not raucous. Food was creative, and prepared perfectly. A little pricey, but that's what they're going for, so just be prepared.
I have been to Wolf's Ridge a handful of ...
I have been to Wolf's Ridge a handful of times when I was in school in Columbus and it has become a must-eat whenever I'm back in town visiting. The atmosphere is very rustic and inviting and the staff is exceptional, very engaged and knowledgeable. The only semi negative I will note is that it seems as though the vegetarian and vegan options have diminished, though still a few good options. Nevertheless, you can count on Wolf's Ridge for consistently great tasting and beautifully presented food.
Absolutely love Wolf's Ridge Brunch!! Th ...
Absolutely love Wolf's Ridge Brunch!! The Toad in the Hole is my go-to, and the beermosas are a perfect way to start off a weekend day. The service is a little slow. But once your food is ordered it comes out in decent time.
We had a reservation and got sat at a co ...
We had a reservation and got sat at a community table when 2 top tables were available. We wanted a quiet date night but ended up sitting next to random strangers, not able to enjoy our own conversation. Expensive for what you get, would not recommend for a date night. They have good beer though!
Excellent food - great selective menu op ...
Excellent food - great selective menu options. Better to have quality food over quantity. Loved the menu and choices. Need to go back to try other choices. A bit noisy with a group of 7 - ho well. Food and beer choices make up for noise and hard to converse with friends.
I really like to dine here with one exce ...
I really like to dine here with one exception. My wife and I always seem to get seated at the same table in the back of the restaurant. I assumed that table was reserved for walking but we had reservations. I am not sure what algorithm is used to determine who gets seated where but in my opinion open tables should be made available to guests with reservations.
The server (Joey) was fabulous ~ he was ...
The server (Joey) was fabulous ~ he was around for questions but didn't hover. The beers and wine (Barrique) were enjoyable and priced well.
We had the cheese plate appetizer with three entrees: pork chop, salmon and lamb. The food was very good, although (personally) I'd prefer smaller portions with smaller prices. Don't get me wrong, the food was delicious but I don't want to leave half of it on my plate because for a $30 entrée means I'm wasting $15.
Cocktail was good, Caprese salad, artich ...
Cocktail was good, Caprese salad, artichoke appetizer, and lamb were all excellent. The seafood dishes were not that good. Both the scallop crudo and halibut were decent. I'd recommend this place and avoiding the seafood options.
The BLT Benedict was the shining star--w ...
The BLT Benedict was the shining star--we were blown away; the Corpse Reviver was also amazing. My friend and I booked at 1pm on a Sunday and were sat a little off to the side of the community tables. At first the noise was overwhelming, but went down as the brunch crowd disappeared. Our server never rushed us and she was perfect, thank you for a wonderful experience!
I had a party of eight, the seating fit ...
I had a party of eight, the seating fit us perfect. I had reservations, arrived early and hung out at the back in the Tap Room - which had a huge selection of beer. This part of the place was more laid back but had a very energetic vibe. The bar tender was very polite and the wait was much more enjoyable! The restaurant was amazing. The service was outstanding! Friendly and attentive all at the right level. The food was out of this world. A couple of us had the duck, one had the pork chops and a couple had the salmon. One person had a salad and the cheese plate. The cheese plate was very good! The cheese was good, the fruit element was so good - and it was serves with a white balsamic ice cream that was to die for! It was SO GOOD! Every single person in the party said it was one of the best, if not THE best meal they have ever had. The food was amazing! The presentation was so nice and we talked about the meal for the remainder of the week. For dessert, some of us enjoyed the peaches and crème dessert - that was okay. The best part of that was the sorbet. That was amazing. A couple of other people had the jalapeno cheesecake and that was SO good! This is a top notch place that I would recommend to anyone looking for a good meal and a good time.
The food was good; above average brunch ...
The food was good; above average brunch fare. The total bill for two brunch entrees, two bloody mary's, with tip and tax was $70. That seemed a little steep for Sunday Brunch for two people, though. I would go back, but only if someone invited me.
My husband and I have been here twice no ...
My husband and I have been here twice now (once it was a date for the two of us, once we had dinner with another couple). Both times the food was outstanding. Everything tastes fresh, is well prepared, and is delicious! I love that the menu changes seasonally, so I am forced to try something new each time. On our most recent visit, we had the octopus appetizer, the goat cheese salad, the corn bisque, and the pork chop. It was all wonderful! I can't wait to go back again!
We started off with the Fried Octopus, w ...
We started off with the Fried Octopus, which was amazing and paired really well with the Pi (Imperial Pumpkin Ale). The mole sauce with the Fried Octopus was the perfect compliment. We then moved along to entrees. I have the Tomahawk Pork Chop and my husband had the scallops. Both dishes were amazing. I loved the potato hash that came with my dish and my husband found the corn sponge cake to be melt in your mouth amazing. We both ordered a second round of beer to go with dessert, I switched to Daybreak (Coffee infused cream Ale) while my husband stuck with Pi. Make sure you save room for dessert, it is phenomenal! We had the Chocolate Fudge Bar. At first glance we weren't sure how mint, chocolate, caramel, passionfruit, and orange would play together but every bite was more rich and decadent than the last.
This is our fourth visit to the WRB brun ...
This is our fourth visit to the WRB brunch, and I love it more and more. If you aren't shy about drinking before noon, try the stout with a shot of One Line espresso. I had the ham steak with johnny cakes and eggs, and it was awesome- I could barely make it through it. My wife is celiac, and never has a problem eating there; she had the steak and eggs this visit and it was fantastic. Overall, recommended unconditionally.
What a great place for a variety of reas ...
What a great place for a variety of reasons! We started with a flight of their craft brews in the taproom. Loved the Daybreak and Hefewitzen! Next, Alex toured us through the interesting brewery and shared a bit of the brewhouse history and beer making process. Lastly, we indulged in a fabulous meal in the dining room. All of our meals looked artistic and were absolutely delicious! I can't say enough about how fantastic the whole experience was!
Sunday Brunch - outstanding food, great ...
Sunday Brunch - outstanding food, great service. Creative menu! It became a bit loud by 10:30 or so, but unless someone is sensitive to noise, probably not an issue. Staff was top-notch! Our server did a great job ! Planning on a return visit for dinner! - 5 stars for OPEN TABLE for reservations - easy to use and bullet-proof!!
Wolf's Ridge is a unique place. The foo ...
Wolf's Ridge is a unique place. The food is rustic and creative, but, sometimes misses the mark. Some dishes are wonderful, others are questionably prepared. I have had very delicious dishes such as the Lamb Rack and the Beets; some terrible dishes such as the Fried Octopus (tough rubbery texture); some 'mixed' dishes such as the Peaches and Cream dessert (the burnt-walnut bourbon ice-cream is rather awful, but the chantilly, brittle and peach sorbet is very good). When the restaurant is full the room is noisy with high traffic moving up and down the main isles created by the community tables serving up ample shoulder bumps and near misses from staff seating guests and shuttling food to tables. I feel the best atmosphere at Wolf's Ridge is when the room is only partly full. The majority of the staff is friendly and focused on service.
Enjoyed the evening at Wolfs Ridge, very ...
Enjoyed the evening at Wolfs Ridge, very good brews and fine dining. A couple will spend $90+ easily somewhat loud atmosphere which detracts a little from overall experience. Will try the tap room in back on next visit.
Researched all that offers Burger Week - ...
Researched all that offers Burger Week - chose Wolf Ridge - got there - burger not offered in dining room - only in the 'tap room'. Never listed as such in 614eats or at the entrance - disappointing. Food was average but heart not into the experience. Very poor job by Wolf's Ridge - won;t be back
This was our second time dining at WRB a ...
This was our second time dining at WRB and it didn't disappoint! The food has been fantastic both times, the beers are very good and the staff are super nice. It does get loud at peak times and the tables are somewhat close together so if your looking for an intimate dinner date...this may not be the right place. I will definitely be back here the next time I visit Columbus!
Wolfs Ridge is a restaurant and brewery. ...
Wolfs Ridge is a restaurant and brewery. What makes them unique is that their chef and brewmaster are both fantastic. They have the best beers in Columbus paired up with some of the best and unique food in town. Reservations are recommended if you visit in the evening. The service goes along with the rest also being excellent. My experience at Wolfs Ridge has always been outstanding and I highly recommend you visit. .
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