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Located in Edmonton's historic McLeod Building at 10132-100 Street.
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Edmonton, AB T5J 0N8
Canadian, French, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Tues - Thu: 5pm - 12am
Fri - Sat: 5pm - 1am
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Full Bar, Late Night
Woodwork Ratings and Reviews
Second time I have been there and once a again both service and food were over the top,
I was stuck in traffic and called to let them know I would be late and they were awesome in making sure we were seated when we got there.
Drinks are amazing at woodwork, very expensive but very enjoyable
I will return for sure.
Fantastic service! Our server was great. We've had her twice. She is knowledgeable about so much more than just the menu. We let the bartenders run wild with our drink choices and, as usual, the drinks were stellar.
The food was great, also as usual. We had the ceviche, brussel sprouts, pasta hickory frites and the butterleaf lettuce salad. Dessert was one of my favourite things: toffee sticky pudding. So freaking good!
Really, why don't I go here more often?
Have been meaning to try this place for some time and finally got 'round to it. Food and service excellent and a very cool urban vibe with heritage building, wood and open grill. Would suggest it for a quick bite and cocktails at the (very creatively stocked) bar as acoustics make any sort of conversation a challenge.
AMAZING FOOD!! The duck was amazing and the side that came with it.... I couldn't get enough! My wife had the pork chop and it looked amazing! Everything is cooked over a wood fire and it gives everything that great hickory taste! We will definitely be going back!
We were in Edmonton and happened by Wood Work. The cocktails were good (the sour was maybe a little sweet for my taste). We split a small plate (salad with grilled cucumbers and candies nuts) and a big plate (monkfish) and both were delicious. Good portions. Thanks. Nice evening. Good service. We forgot to take photos sorry. The food was nicely presented.
We went for a birthday celebration - this place was excellent. Servings were generous, the price wasn't terrible - the cocktails were amazing! And it felt really great to be supporting all the local producers.
The ambiance was great, and although it was a bit noisy (we had to talk a little louder to be heard) it wasn't to the point where we had to shout at each other for a large table of 7 people. Outstanding service, as well! We had a large group (7+ per their criteria) so a gratuity of 18% was automatically added - but it was well earned by the server.
Great cozy spot tucked into a small pocket in an office building. “Different” décor with somewhat trendy clientele. Very small menu with limited offering, but found everything ordered at our table was outstanding. Caramelized Brussels Sprouts was the highlight of the dishes. Very limited wine list with some obscure wines, not a spot for an oenophile.
The service provided by Camille was friendly and efficient. Overall the quality and quantity of the food was very good. Unfortunately my steak came medium well when I ordered it rare. They quickly replaced it with a new one which was much better but still not rare. I wood return again but not really soon.
We chose Woodwork because we had won a gift card, which we saved until a family birthday came along. We loved the food -- both of us had the duck leg, and we shared a sticky toffee pudding for dessert. The place is loud and echoey, making conversation a bit difficult. The service was informed and not overly attentive. My one complaint is the price of the wine. $15 for a 5-oz. pour?
I went here with my boyfriend for his birthday. It was his first time and my second (I came when it first opened for lunch). He commented on how narrow the seating is, which I agree with but it's that type of atmosphere. If you are looking to come here on a date, each having at least one drink, sharing an appie and having a main to yourself each, with no dessert, you are looking to spend somewhere in the ballpark of $140+. So this is not a cheap place to go. The prices have definitely jumped since I went there - with the main courses all being in the $30 range with the exception of two. We did not have an appie, went straight to mains and shared a drink together - this cost me 100$ with tip. My boyfriend got the Bison ribs and I got the house made pasta. He did not think it was a $40 plate but the meat was falling off the bone, the beans were sweet and smokey and the sauce was very good. The pasta was the first portion for a pasta dish; easily able to finish it. The mushroom were the "protein" of the entire dish and were cooked very nicely. We had one drink together, with egg white and it was delicious! All in all, a great place with a unique and great atmosphere but definitely a place where you save up first.
Come here if you enjoy some of the city's best made cocktails crafted by a very knowledgeable bar team. If you see don't see it on the list, they will craft something for you based on YOUR preferences. They actually LISTEN to what you want! If you don't like your drinks to sweet, they will ADJUST to YOUR taste! Bravo! Very informed serving staff and excellent food. Being in the trade, it is refreshing to find places like this where they know what they are doing.
Great location away from Rogers Centre area and close to theatre and Winspear. Parking and construction are both problematic. Small plates are a great option but nothing I tasted was memorable. It's a casual alternative to some of the 'big name' restaurants at this end of town.
The food and service is exceptional. We've dined here a few times in the past, and upon arriving during our latest visit we were informed that we were overcharged for a glass of wine during a previous visit...and they corrected the error by offering two complimentary glasses of wine. WHO DOES THAT!!!!?!?!? That's top notch in my opinion!
I would not recommend this restaurant. The quality of the food for the price is not reasonable. We ordered the steak that was $35.00. It was fatty, mealy and tough-definitely not worth the price. We had send back both our steaks because they were not cooked properly. The wine list starts at $50.00.
The ambiance is quite nice -the cocktail bar was hopping! Our service was excellent!
We had an awesome meal before the theatre. We shared the fries and curry ketchup to start, then shared the Toulouse sausage, sauerkraut and potato dish and finished with maple creme brûlée. It was all so delicious!
The decor was funky and service was prompt and professional!
Found the prices for drinks to be abut high, on wine by the glass in particular. $13 for a 5oz pour of average wine seems a bit steep to me.
The chicken drumsticks were fabulous with the host sauce. The Carmelita's Brussels sprouts were also delicious. I had the cod as my entree. I wasn't full afterwards, and I'm not a big eater or a big person. It was a bit dry and bland. The chickpea fritters were also a bit bland. None of it was bad.....just blah.
The service was very good, and it was packed in there.
We had the Toulouse sausage for two and it was absolutely delicious (although the "sauerkraut" had nothing "sauer" about it and was more like barely cooked coleslaw. The tuna ceviche was also incredible.
The cocktails were a great feature also.
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