Located in Edmonton's historic McLeod Building at 10132-100 Street.
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Canadian, French, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Sun - Thu: 5pm - 12am
Fri - Sat: 5pm - 1am
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Farm to Table, Full Bar, Late Night
Woodwork Ratings and Reviews
What a wonderful night except it was sli ...
What a wonderful night except it was slightly warm in the restaurant. Our server Sarah was exceptional. Very knowledgeable about the food and the cocktail menu and beer selection. All the small dishes were flavorful and very tasty. Recommend the drumsticks, steak tarter, meatballs and my favorite the charcuterie board. Yum! You need reservations and you will not be disappointed!
The dishes like the menu are simple but ...
The dishes like the menu are simple but pack a ton of flavor! Even though I ordered a "small plate" it was still a good size meal. They were also kind enough to cater to my citrus allergy and double checked my order with the kitchen. It's a great place to have dinner or a date - the ambiance is inviting and the house made drinks and food are superb!
Everything here is fantastic. Drinks, fo ...
Everything here is fantastic. Drinks, food, service, it's all impeccable! Do yourself a favor and try the Daq & Siam cocktail. Delicious!! The Brussel sprouts, meatballs, and risotto were excellent. Can wait to go back and try everything else!!
As always, woodwork continues to amaze m ...
As always, woodwork continues to amaze me. They have immaculate attention to detail and a genuine passion for great food and drink. The restaurant is quite small, although it creates the perfect atmosphere. The servers are well educated and professional. Woodwork has made me fall in love with craft cocktails, and are a must try. Although they may seem expensive I have yet to try something that wasn't exceptional or at the very least an experience. As far as the food goes... the Aquavit Cured Char is an absolute must try (the work that goes into such a small and delicate appetizer impresses me every time). I will be back to woodwork as soon as I can; it has won my heart and is easily my favourite restaurant downtown Edmonton.
The food was not good. The only thing th ...
The food was not good. The only thing that would be worth trying is the charcuterie board. Stay away from the in house made Kola. So gross. And stay away from the flank steak. Nasty. Definitely not worth the price!
I was surprised to find this a very casu ...
I was surprised to find this a very casual sort of restaurant with fine dining prices. Too pricey. Cocktails were too expensive... am not sure we got our money's worth... food was fresh but not fantastic... blended several items together... no air conditioning... doors were open and the street noise (sirens, cars, etc) was obvious... cool space but not much effort on interior design...
We went for late night snacks and ate th ...
We went for late night snacks and ate the smoked drumsticks with honey mustard, the duck salad, the cured Arctic char. The chef also brought out some house made bresaola with buckwheat honey that hasn't made the menu quite yet - which was our favorite thing! The staff are engaged and knowledgable and the portions were perfect (we don't love small bites). Thank you WW for a great meal.
Woodwork is absolutely fantastic. Our se ...
Woodwork is absolutely fantastic. Our server was lovely and she was extremely knowledgable with every question asked. The food was perfection. And the drinks, well they were next level. I have been wanting to come to back since we left!! I can't wait for round two!
My husband and I often come to Woodwork ...
My husband and I often come to Woodwork after downtown concerts; the food is incredible and locally-sourced, and the cocktail program is really creative, often innovative . This time I brought my visiting out-of-town sisters and my in-town sister, daughter, and niece, most of whom are foodies, all of them a lot of fun. They loved everything about the restaurant!
I ordered all our must-haves for the table: Arctic char on toast, steak tartare, Brussels sprouts, frites, the charcuterie board, and the sticky toffee pudding. We had to get second rounds of the char and the Brussels sprouts – they are that good. Seriously. Eat some.
The service is great; water glasses always full, cocktail and wine glasses closely monitored, and food arrival well-timed. Just be aware that there is a set time frame allowed for your meal as the place is usually booked solid all night, so don't plan to have long conversations over your coffee. That being said, we never, ever feel rushed – we just know that post-dinner lingering will be limited.
Met up with a friend for a few craft coc ...
Met up with a friend for a few craft cocktails. Sat at the bar from 5-11pm and had a great time chatting with each other and the bartenders. Service was professional, friendly and playful! Had a fantastic time. The only slight negative was the charcuterie board. With so many other restaurants doing this spectacularly, you may need to step up the quality in the individual items and presentation. Will be back for sure.
Very interesting, tasty food - Great company!
We were a party of six, the night we went to Woodwork for my husband's birthday celebration. The food was very good and made with interesting ingredients although despite it being asparagus and rhubard season, neither of these ingredients were on the menu! Our server could have smiled more. The restaurant is very loud because of the high ceiling and harsh surfaces so it was hard to have a conversation that included everyone. We all felt like we had to raise our voices in order to converse.
Excellent meal -- even for a group of vegetarians!
Knowing we would find great cocktails, four friends headed to Woodwork to celebrate a birthday and to mourn a going away. After consultation with our server, we were all delighted with our choices from the cocktail menu. Though not all of us are strict vegetarians, we opted to to go without meat for the night, and we thoroughly enjoyed the options we had -- the brassica salad, crudite, and brussels sprouts to start, and a risotto for each of us as a main. All were delicious, though the salad particularly shone. We finished with a couple of salted toffee puddings, and these were outstanding, too. The meal was proclaimed a great success by all and we couldn't have asked for better!
In an era of 3 types of restaurants: -fa ...
In an era of 3 types of restaurants:
....Woodwork is part of a growing trend of affordable, imaginative, creative and curious places that serves its Guests well. Some fresh spins on traditional fare makes one want to come back. This place has great cocktails and small, medium & full plates to appeal to individuals & sharing alike. Excellent.
I enjoyed the opportunity to try new foo ...
I enjoyed the opportunity to try new food and really did enjoy it. The best fries ever.
We were a group of 7 who were saying goodbye to one who is moving away. What we did struggle with was the 'energetic' noise level which made it hard to hear the people 2 chairs over. Maybe not the best venue for our purpose. Great if you're a smaller group.
I appreciated the list of suppliers for the food that was on the menu. Fun. And the dessert was amazing. Our server was great - sorry don't remember her name.
I would go again
Best food I've ever eaten!
The food was so incredible I don't have words. I was full but didn't want the food to end! Waitress was professional and atmosphere was warm and rustic/industrial. We shared the meat and cheese charcuterie and I had the duck confit salad. Ate various pieces of charcuterie mixed together for a flavour explosion and the salad was perfectly mixed and dressed for a perfect bite every time!!
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