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 Restaurant, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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Wolf's Ridge Brewing Ratings and Reviews
I thought it was a little loud and not i ...
I thought it was a little loud and not intimate enough for a date, but, for a large group it would be great. High energy and cool large tables. Good was pretty good.
The food was fantastic and the staff was ...
The food was fantastic and the staff was very friendly and accommodating! We will definitely be back for brunch! Highly impressed!
Cute place, high prices
A charming location, friendly staff. Really unique food worth trying at least once. Really good cocktails. One the downside, the food portions were rather small for the price. Either they need to give you larger portions, or reduce the prices, because those two things dont match currently. Overall the food was interesting and different. Not a place I would put on my regular list. But worth a try.
Delicious Brunch and Beer
I got the bacon French toast; it was awesome. As was the beer.
We have been enjoying Wolf's Ridge since ...
We have been enjoying Wolf's Ridge since its opening and have been so impressed as they have consistently stepped up their game. We met friends for dinner who had never been to WR and were looking forward to a great evening - it was just OK. First, the noise level was not "energetic", it was painful - casual conversation was all but impossible. There is not a soft surface in the place but I had never noticed it this loud before. The server asked if we were ready to order and my friend said yes but she couldn't hear him and yelled "then I'll give you a few more minutes" and turned away - seriously. We finally ordered and included a bread service for $7 - it was a single slice of bread with a half inch of butter on top - ? The prices seemed really up from what I remember - 2 people with 1 drink each + tip was over $140. We all thought the food was good. Duck , grouper, scallops, and steak - the salads were interesting and the brewing is some of the best in Columbus. Next time I think I will do a lunch again - that has been good and a higher value as well.
Table was ready on time. We all gathered ...
Table was ready on time. We all gathered around and had a great craft beer then delicious food. Just very relaxing and love the location downtown - easy for me to walk or bike to. Will definitely be back will bring more folks to enjoy
Our first visit to Wolf's Ridge. Decided ...
Our first visit to Wolf's Ridge. Decided to dine there based on raving reviews from our sons. They were right. The food was great! Shout out to the Chef for food that was beautifully presented and tasted great. Loved the edible flowers. Nice surprise! Portion sizes were perfect. Some places get so hung up on presentation that you walk away hungry. Not the case here. Great drinks and craft beer. An energetic spot great for celebrations. Wish the acoustics were a little better but still a fun, lively place! Can't say enough about our server Chelsia. Loved her! She was fun, great wit, full of smiles. At one point I flung a melon ball on the floor. She brought a small dish to me with another melon ball. Lol. We had a good laugh. Very attentive but didn't hover over us. Will ask for her again! Can't wait to visit again soon.
Nice ambiance. Good was average.
Nice ambiance. Good was average.
Great food & service. Pricey cocktails $ ...
Great food & service. Pricey cocktails $10 for a Bloody Mary & Mimosa for $9. Great coffee.
Good overall, but not worth the $$
We heard great things about this place, so we were excited to go. There was a nice selection of beers and cocktails, and the wait staff was very good and attentive to our needs. I was disappointed with the menu, as it's not very large. It was one of those occasions where I looked over the menu time and time again and couldn't find something that sounded really good. Actually, what I did get (a small plate and salad) was really good. My husband got a large plate, but his portion was really small. He was pretty disappointed. Overall, the place was good but not great. I don't believe it's worth what you end up paying. It'll probably be a while before going back, if ever. There are lots of similar places in town that offer better value.
Our server was amazing and the food was ...
Our server was amazing and the food was heavenly. My favorite dish was the pork belly. This is, by far, my favorite restaurant and this was the best meal I've had there.
We've been to Wolf's Ridge several times ...
We've been to Wolf's Ridge several times for brunch and love it! We finally went for dinner last night, and were overall disappointed with the experience. Our food and drinks were inventive and high quality, but the meal was rushed. We ordered small plates, entrees, and dessert and were done in a little over an hour. For $200 (including tip), we expect to eat at our own pace and have the option to enjoy each course fully before someone clears our plates and serves us more food. We'll go back for brunch, but won't waste our money on dinner again.
Good and Pricey Restaurant
This is an awesome restaurant, where I come often. Prices have increased considerably lately.
I made a (last minute) reservation for ten people for a surprise birthday dinner for my boyfriend. A few days prior to our reservation, I needed to add six more people. Eric is our beer rep at Due Amici, where I manage. Long story short, Eric changed our reservation to accommodate our party with no problem, which I really appreciated. When we arrived the table was absolutely perfect, our friends all had drinks, all while the restaurant was jam packed. Our server was amazing- he was organized, warm and attentive. Everyone at the table raved about the food and the service all night. I know how tough it can be to pull off all the food coming out of the kitchen at the same time for a large party. I can't stress enough that the service, from our server to the other servers who helped run food and clear our table, was honestly the best I've had in Columbus. I really appreciate the entire experience, we really had the best time. So often in this industry, people only vocalize the negative things, so I wanted to make sure to pass along our experience. You should be proud of your entire staff. We'll be back! Thanks again for everything!
Great food but very expensive
A chicken breast with a bit of risotto and bean paste will set you back $24. While the food was excellent, it seems quite overpriced. A friend of mine got the grouper, which consisted of an approx. 6 oz piece of fish (and not much else) and spent $36. I think the restaurant would do itself a great favor if it reduced its food prices, no matter how great the food is.
Made reservations for brunch on a Sunday ...
Made reservations for brunch on a Sunday morning. Would recommend reservations before noon as they appeared pretty busy and we even had to wait a few mins past our reservation time as some patrons still hadn't left their tables. I got the toad in the hole and my friend got the steak and eggs. Couldn't say enough good things about the food. Great quality with attention to details, mixing the sweet drizzle with the salty cheese sauce in my dish. Total perfection.
Amazing new spot. Parking is difficult a ...
Amazing new spot. Parking is difficult and it's very loud, but the food and service were excellent. Our server was extremely knowledgeable about the menu and able to give suggestions. Can't wait to return.
Great place for vegans! The chef was ver ...
Great place for vegans! The chef was very accommodating and food was outstanding! Our waitress, Anne, was the absolute best.
They brew some very good beer and the fo ...
They brew some very good beer and the food is tasty too.
Once again I'm severely disappointed in the service...is it that hard to be attentive ? I'm a loyal consumer of alcoholic beverages (locally produced of course) and I proudly admit that (greet me, pour my water, proper etiquette perhaps ?) But is it really that hard to just get me a drink or God forbid even ask if I'd like a refill ? (I am only one deep in on the first cocktail btw) While everyone on the WR staff clearly took a painstakingly amount of time to coordinate their ensembles to match each other's "lack of attention to detail" while placing much attention to trying too hard in Columbus to look cool, I just don't understand it. Is Columbus just striving for mediocrity? Is that what you want ? Looking at the dining room on a Sunday brunch that's clearly what you have achieved ...minivans outside and tiny toddlers running around screaming through the dining room. Is there a sad line chef in the back asking if he really poached his egg for this ? I used to like the food here but clearly it's been roughly sanded down to a version that's paletable for your suburban market Hopefully they appreciate the lackluster front of house staff as well
Food was wonderful and service was fast, friendly and professional.
Beers were pretty good but food was poor ...
Beers were pretty good but food was poor. Ordered duck and pork tenderloin and was very disappointed in both.
Best Brunch in the City
Without question, hands down, the best brunch I've had in Columbus to date. Incredible menu, great drinks, impeccable service and a terrific space with plenty of space for medium sized groups. We loved the Biscuits and Gravy, the Bowl of Mush, and the Bloody Maria. Can't say enough about this place, and can't wait to go back!!
Quickly becoming my favorite brewery
Great beer, really great food. Cool atmosphere and outstanding service. Quickly becoming one of my favorite restaurants in Columbus.
Loved the salad but it was so loud it was hard to have a conversation
Great Beer and Food
We came here prior to a theater event for dinner. The food was great and the beer was even better. The waitress was very knowledgeable about the food and especially the beers. Looking forward to going back again soon.
Food so-so, but fun atmosphere
My experience in making a reservation was a little frustrating. I had to give my credit card information, was told I would have to pay $25/person if we cancelled and then received 4 phone calls and 5 emails confirming my reservation before we showed up. Once we got there the restaurant was half empty which makes me wonder why they were making such a big deal out of cancellations. I ordered the biscuits and gravy and it was so salty it was almost inedible. The biscuits were hard as a rock. My fiance ordered the friend chicken sandwich and other than being covered in bleu cheese it had no flavor to it whatsoever. Fries were good, but that's about it- bummer since we were excited to try this place out. We checked out the bar downstairs which was fun, but still doesn't make it worth coming back.
We had the French toast with Bourbon syrup and apple-wood bacon. It was topped with ice-cream (I can't remember the flavor) and an absolutely delicious round cookie crisp. The crisp was so good that I offered to purchase some extra to take home. The food was excellent and the staff was very nice and accommodating. Would definitely recommend.
No ACDC/Yes Wolf Ridge Brewery
We were a group of friends who had gotten tickets to see ACDC but the concert was cancelled. So instead we opted for a GREAT, festive and delicious night out. We opted for Wolf Ridge Brewery. None of us had been there and I had read a lot about it, so it seemed a perfect place to celebrate being dumped by ACDC....we were not wrong - it was an AWESOME night! Food AWESOME, interesting, cool....service - AWESOME. Our waitress was super fun and really knowledgeable. Wine - two of us shared a bottle of red that was FANTASTIC. My after dinner wine, as suggested by our server - was PERFECT. The ambiance was exactly what we wanted - energetic but not nuts. We had a tour of the brewery which is AWESOME. We had flights to taste the beers and they were GREAT (and I am not a beer drinker). This was one of the best nights we have all had together. Perfect.
Came for a birthday dinner with family and friends; found the food to be OK...not great for the price, and just a little too "weird". I had the salmon dish - good, generous portion, served with bokchoy that I found unetable - and I like bokchoy. Deconstructed carrot cake was just too weird - pieces of carrot leather with mint jelly and carrot puree...although the tiny pieces of carrot cake scattered throughout were tasty, if insufficient for the $11 price. Had been once before and enjoyed, but would probably not go back again. Service was superb.
The Food Never Fails
I love having brunch at Wolf's Ridge. The food is so good...the Toad in a Hole is my favorite, but hear the Benedict is incredible!
We brought 3 kids for Sunday brunch. Whi ...
We brought 3 kids for Sunday brunch. While it definitely doesn't have that "family friendly" feel (no coloring papers, no dedicated kids menu) we were very pleased with the selections and the staff was able to offer some modified food items for the kids. Our food was very good! The French toast was outstanding and my husband said his eggs Benedict was the best he's ever had. Drink menu was small but the selection looked refreshing and seasonal. Will definitely be back!
Our family paid a visit Wolf's Ridge on a Sunday. The team service approach kept everyone happy and the food was magnificent
Limited brunch menu. No Splenda, just st ...
Limited brunch menu. No Splenda, just stevia which is disgusting.
Always impressed by our of the ordinary menu selections. Duck breast with barley "risotto" was a hit Friday night
Wonderful Brunch Spot
I have been to Wolf's Ridge Brewing a few times and it's always exceptional. The food menu is creative and filling. The drinks use local distilleries and are quite wonderful. I look forward to returning to try more of the menu items. Our server, Jennifer, was beyond amazing and accommodating. She was amazing at taking care of our needs while not hovering. I would request her again. We will be back and bring other friends to share another great experience.
We had Sunday Brunch and enjoyed it.
Great selection of brunch items on the menu to fit anyone's taste. We adjourned to their Tap Room down stairs where they have an excellent selection of their in house beers (over 20 as I recall). A great place to go for beer and a snack. Service was great.
It was amazing
Although I visited alone on Sunday morning, one of the peak times for brunch, this fabulous restaurant kept my window seat, where I requested in my open table special request, and servers were all incredibly kind and welcoming. Of course food (toad in the hole), coffee, and beermosa were all perfect! I fully enjoyed my moment in there and I was glad to meet this amazing restaurant!
The three of us shared many small plates ...
The three of us shared many small plates, all of which were delicious. The potato and leek soup was a standout, rich, smooth, and complex, with a delicious leek jam covered crostini. (I know, you're thinkng "leek jam?", but wow!) We greatly enjoyed our ribeyes, also. The Howling Wolf beer was wonderful, as was - unexpectedly - the fragrant earl gray tea from Athens, Ohio. Our server was stellar, giving great recommendations and letting us dine at our own pace. Thanks, Wolf's Ridge!
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