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About Field's at the Wilderness
Celebrate the art of fine dining in Frank Lloyd Wright style. Designed by James Dresser, the most celebrated protege of Frank Lloyd Wright. Field's at the Wilderness offers a menu with the highest standards in fine dining. Our menu features American cuisine with an emphasis on great steaks, chops, fresh grilled seafood. Also from the wood burning oven...appetizers, gourmet pizzas, and quesadillas. Savor remarkable cuisine in an intimate atmosphere surrounded by stone-hearth fireplaces, waterfalls, and an exhibition kitchen. Toast to the good life with selections from our extensive award-winning wine list.
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: Open 4:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining for groups of 8, 12, 24, 50 and 80 are available. Semi-private parties of up to 130 can be accommodated.
Private Party Contact:
Ryan Hasheider : (608) 253-1400
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access
Field's at the Wilderness Ratings and Reviews
Second time we’ve been here and brought family to celebrate Birthday and Anniversary. Food and service is impeccable. Absolutely hate that they made us all have one bill, they don’t split bills. There were 3 couples, put unnecessary pressure to pay bills and then my kids paid us back. They did offer to take 3 separate payments but then why not let us have separate checks at that point.
The staff was friendly and professional. But the place needs to be updated. Looks as if its still stuck in the 80's. The palm trees were on their last leg. The chicken picatta wad awful. Steak was not flavorful and the meal was overpriced for what you got. Will not be returning.
We were very disappointed. We indicated it was our anniversary, and instead of cozy and romantic, it was more like sitting in a cafeteria. Every table was filled in the section we were in and the rest of the restaurant was empty. We couldn't even have a conversation. The food was great though!
We went here for my Best Friends wedding anniversary. And I must say everything so amazing. The food, the drinks and the staff were just out of this world. I would recommend if your are ever in the Dells and looking for a fancy dinner out with fantastic food. Come to Fields At The Wilderness and enjoy every last bite.
Very beautiful restaurant. However, it took forever for my 6 yr old son's dinner to arrive (1 hr) - I had to tell them that he needs to eat NOW. I ordered the chicken marsala, it was just ok, would not get again. My husband had the steak and said he enjoyed it.
I enjoyed my steak, the service was slooow. It took 20 min. after I ate my last bite to flag down my server, but by that time I was too aggrevated to order a dessert. My whole family was constantly asking, when is a server going to be here. Too bad because lobster bisque and bone-in filet were great.
SERVICE!!! Absolutely Wonderful! The hostess and waitresses seemed to glide across the floor effortlessly. There was an aura of relaxation present at all times. No one looked rushed but the wait staff was right there for you the minute you needed anything at all. They were all very friendly and treated us like millionaires!
FOOD: We had the prime rib, It was extremely flavorful and cooked to perfection! My wife raved about the "Twice baked potato" that she ordered as a side dish to her prime rib!
ATMOSPHERE: Very relaxed feeling. We were on the upper level which is just a few stairs up, and out the front window was a pond with a really pretty fountain in the middle. Bear in mind, It was a Monday evening when we went, I can imagine the weekends are quite a bit busier, but all I can say was It was a very calm, relaxed atmosphere!
Price: Some people might say that the price is on the higher side. I say you get what you pay for! My wife and I had the prime rib choice of potato and a soda. Our bill was around $88. The food and the service was well worth the price. I forgot to mention. They do have a kids menu as well. The prices are no different than what you would expect topay at any other "sit-down" restaurant.
In closing: If your looking for a higher end restaurant with really good food and amazing service check this place out! My wife and I have been there twice now and it has become a staple of our Wisconsin Dell's vacation!
Food was good, service was great and atmosphere was pleasent. It took a while for food to come out, not to bad.
The bill was a bit pricey but we were celebrating out 41st Anniversary.
Overall I would recommend as as fine place to enjoy a special night of dining.
A dinner for two and my date drank water and I had 1 beer. Our bill was over $100. We had about three different servers for our hour long dinner. Way overpriced for just dinner if you ask me. And all the different servers approaching makes things a bit confusing. Food was mediocre for the prices they were charging. Most likely will not be back.
This is the second time we have be at the Fields and not disappointed! We come here when on vacation with our two sons who are 12 and 6. It's a great and welcoming atmosphere for everyone. We dressed casually and didn't feel out of place. Food was delicious! Service was amazing. Sometimes in nicer places the wait staff doesn't pay close attention to the kids just the adults. At Field's our kids were also noticed and talked to as much as us. The steak makes even our kid who only eats chicken nuggets chow down. We will be back. Thanks Field's for giving us a grown up night out even on vacation with the kids!
I ordered the Prime Rib as it was recommended by the waiter. I ordered it to come out medium rare. The steak came out and it was well done. I asked for a new cut prepared to medium rare. The manager came out and informed me they only cook their prime rib to this temp and would not be able to get me a more rare cut. Very disappointing.
Service was very good. Always had a full glass of water and was asked if we wanted more bread. The live piano/singing was nice as well. Food was also very good. I wish the steak was seasoned though. We didn't get any of the special toppings (for an additional charge). Had to add salt and pepper for added flavor. Server should have asked us to cut our steaks before leaving the table, as most steak places do. Also would be nice if they offered mashed or smashed potatoes instead of just fries (weren't that good), twice baked (very good), or baked potato (didn't order). If you ask for a Caesar salad instead of their spinach or garden option, you will be charged an additional $7. Dressing on salads was minimal and didn't taste like the ranch that we are used to. My kids didn't care for the variety of different colored lettuce leaves that they are typically served elsewhere. All in all a nice place to eat with good atmosphere, clean, and friendly staff. We all said we prefer a Ruth's Chris any day, but if you're traveling in the area and want something pretty comparable, this should do the trick.
Food was pretty good. Service was an issue. We had 3 different servers. Once hostess seated us a nice lady came and took our drink order and read us specials. Then another man came and took our order. That was the last we saw if him. At least 4 people came back to serve our dinner. Drinks were never refilled I had to ask 2 different people for a new drink after mine had been gone for awhile. Those two people stood off to the side following my request and yet another new face brought my drink after a long wait(at this point I was finished eating). Par for the corse yet another man brought the check. It was the most odd dinning experience I have ever had, especially for a fine dinning restaurant.
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