5th and Wine is perfect for stopping by during the day and ordering from our delicious lunch menu or come by after work, and check out our enticing Happy Hour. Our tantalizing options include bruschetta, calamari, strawberry gorgonzola salad, various Panini’s, sandwiches, entrees, or great 5th and Wine burger… don't forget to add bacon, and our chef's delicious daily features.
Excellent service great place outdoor sitting for young kids.
Came here with my girlfriend one night to grab some dinner. Excellent service and food was great. Small portions but we split the alfredo pasta and chicken (they even brought it out in 2 dishes knowing we were going to split it but did not ask for 2 dishes so that was a nice offer) and ordered 2 of the bruschetta flat breads, which were tremendous. Ate outside on the patio at night in March was perfect.
We were the only people in dining room yet service was very slow. We were there for brunch and had eggs over fast that were very over done.
We loved it and certainly go back!
I had the salmon and it was delicious and the portion of salmon was just right. My husband had the meatballs and fries.
The highlight though was the bruschetta!!
The pork Oslo bucolic was very good. The pork chop not so much. The sausage stuffed peppers were outstanding. Good happy hour.
We went for brunch on a Sunday. The waiter was very nice and helpful. The food was tasty and prices were very reasonable. The patio is small but not crowded and the inside seating is fun and relaxed.
3rd time dining at 5th and Vine during spring training. Consistently excellent food and wine with friendly and helpful staff.
The patio entertainer had her speakers so loud we couldn't hear each other without raising our voices.
My prior reviews of this restaurant showed my one hundred percent satisfaction. I'm afraid that was not the case this time. I ordered a grilled cheese on their delicious whole grain bread - my favorite! But when my sandwich was placed before me, it was on sourdough bread. I realize mistakes happen, so I asked the waiter to redo my order. He said, "Oh, we're out of the whole grain. I'm sorry I didn't tell you. This is the only bread we have today." I asked why he didn't tell me… And he said, he forgot that all the whole grain was used on Sunday and it was being reordered today [which was Thursday].
Truthfully, I did not enjoy my sandwich - and wondered about how a restaurant manager can run out of something as simple as bread on a Sunday, and not reorder it until Thursday. AND - I do fault the waiter for not coming back to our table to let me know they were out of the bread I requested.
If I did not have a guest with me, whose sandwich (and the correct one!) was brought to her the same time as my sandwich - I would have reordered. But I didn't want her food to grow cold.
Needless to say, while this might seem a small problem - and certainly doesn't negate the good food and reliable service I usually get at 5th and Wine - it literally left a bad taste in my mouth.
Friendly atmosphere. Great wait staff. Great recommendations
The Sunday Brunch was okay, I was expecting better. A couple of entrees I read online were not available. The special Bloody Mary was very good and so was the chicken tortilla soup. The staff members were friendly, and our reservation was right on time. However the service was slow at a time when the restaurant wasn't very busy. I was treating my visiting family and hoping for a more unique experience.
I wish I could remember the name of our waiter because he was great, very friendly and full of suggestions. He reminded us it was happy hour and pointed out the deals. He was attentive, but not bothersome. He kept our wine and water glasses full. The chicken tortilla soup was delicious and although I didn't order one, the burger my friend had looked fabulous.
Dinner for two. Butternut squash pasta. Great wine.
This was not my first visit to 5th and Wine, but it was for my luncheon companion. And 5th and Wine did not disappoint! Both of us thoroughly enjoyed our meals. It is a place I will return to often! I would make one suggestion, however. There should be more choice among the types of bread used for sandwiches. I love their whole grain bread for my sumptuous grilled cheese sandwich, but my friend would have enjoyed her BLT even more had it been on a different bread. Maybe sourdough, rye, plain whole wheat, and good old white bread would be good additions to the options.
Fun restaurant. Love the specialty risotto that changes deily