About Cadillac Grille at the Wells Fargo Center
Cadillac Grille at the Wells Fargo Center offers a Chop House style menu.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment for select events.
Parking available at the Wells Fargo Center.
Septa, Broad Street Line
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cadillac Grille at the Wells Fargo Center Ratings and Reviews
Food was great, service was EXCELLENT as always. Cadillac Grille Manager Eric is always there to check in on how everything is doing for you. He is very attentive to detail and concerned about the patron having a great experience. Great Guy!
Noise level is a little high but that's to be expected in a venue like Wells Fargo Center.
I recommend the concert/dinner packages
I wanted a seat adjacent to the windows, and made the reservation in hopes that would happen. I have twice previously walked in without a reservation and gotten that type of seating. I saw no place in making the reservation where I could secure that seating. That was the only disappointing component of the meal.
You can get in 2 hours before the game and stay up to an hour after. The bar is phenomenal. The restaurant is perfectly positioned to watch the game while you dine, from most tables. The food is a little pricey, but a hamburger and a beer on the concourse of the stadium costs $20. From wings to burgers, salads to steaks. They've got something for everyone
Booked an Open table to take my wife to the Cadillaic Grill prior to the Flyers Devils hockey game. When I arrive they tell me I need a club pass to get in despite it says nothing about this on the Open Table reservation. After speaking to the manager a couple behind us in line gave us their guest passes so we could enter. Once we're seated we are told there is no menu and you have to order the $50/person buffet in order to eat there. No way we would eat $100 of food (not including any drinks in the price) prior to the 1:00pm game. The Opentable menus online said nothing about this $50/person buffet when we booked the reservation. Very disappointing and costly given the cost for the Flyers tickets and parking where over $300 to begin with.
This was my first time being here and the experience was great! We came for a Sixers game and had dinner before hand. Food was excellent and the Reislling I had was FANTASTIC! Service was great and I'd definitely go back. I loved being able to see the game from our dinner seats before going to our game seats.
Who doesnt want to enjoy a great meal while watching a game or show but... food doesn't match the prices. It's a one thing to overpay for mediocre food at the WFC but to be gogued for cafeteria food is a whole other story. To boot you have to buy membership to the place. $400 for dinner and drinks plus the membership fees what a joke!
I was really excited to eat here, but it did not live up to the expectation. The hostess was friendly and seated us right away. However found out later she forgot to mark off our OpenTable points! Our waitress was nice, but must have forgotten to put our order in. We waited over 90 minutes for our entrees to come out with several apologies from the waitress. It wasn't even that busy. We made reservations for 6pm, game time was 7, we didn't get to our seats until 7:50 and we are not slow eaters. It usually takes us 45 min to order, eat and pay the bill most everywhere else. My husband's steak was good, mine was way overdone and we both asked for medium. I had trouble chewing mine. $200, expected a lot more.
Such a great alternative to the usual stadium dining. As Flyers season ticket holders we go 20 to 30 times per year. The limited menu offers something for everyone including kids. They frequently offer new specials with fresh seasonal offerings (my personal favorites - always fantastic). The steak selections and preparation rival any well known steak house (Ruth's Chris/Mortons). The wine list is a work in progress.
Food is overpriced for quality served. $12 bowl of minestrone served in cream soup bowl was a tipoff. Soup looked like ingredients came from a can with maybe one fresh item thrown in. Table was not set properly for two diners. Napkin, utensils and bread plate missing. When soup was served there was no spoon. Had to ask for everythng. Waitress was inattentive. Seemed like ages until she was able to deliver the dining check. She didn't look that busy.
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