WILD - Park Slope
We teach a fun, wholesome pizza making class every week and we give private classes for team building events and anyone interesting in throwing a pizza making party! We host birthday parties and sponsor community gatherings. We cater all sorts of events from fancy balls to private home gatherings.
We love our local gathering place and we especially love making everyone feel wonderful.
Q, B, N, R, D, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center
For the love of god, you need to get better chairs. It is hard to say which are worse - the white ones or the ones with slats. Both are patio chairs AT BEST but neither is acceptable for a restaurant. I have celiac disease and this restaurant is one of the few I can be sure to be safe eating at and I appreciate that SO MUCH. But the chairs, the horror of the chairs. I would bring more friends to this restaurant but every time I have brought someone we spend the whole time talking about the chairs and what you could have possibly been thinking.
The food was phenomenal. Whole menu gluten free and reasonably priced! However the service was extremely slow, and most of the tables were empty so I know it was not due to being very busy.
My wife and I went here for a lazy Saturday brunch. The food was good, although my barbecue chicken pizza just look like it had some barbecue sauce slapped on top of a normal Pizza. But, in terms of gluten-free options, the place is solid. There's a lot of dust and weird seemingly dirty corners for such a small place, so I'm sure the entire place could do with a good scrub. What really ruined our experience though was the waiter who seemed barely capable of caring, messed up our orders a little bit, and generally just didn't follow through with anything and seemed to want to ignore everyone dining. There were too many times to count where we had to try to get his attention, because that was a bit of a feat in and of itself, and then ask for things that should have been brought or done or asked about in the first place.
I don't think we will be returning because there are so many other good places within 3 to 4 blocks that have wait staff that cares.
Amazing gluten free options just not very tasty and the service was very very slow for a early reservation with a baby.
I do not recommend Wild. We had two of the flatbreads, a burrata, and an asparagus appetizer. Nothing was very good. The flatbread was cardboard-like; you literally could not eat the crusts. The burrata was served with an overly sweet balasamic glaze, tasteless arugala, and 4 slices of not ripe plum tomatoes. The asparagus was in a white cream sauce that tasted like it was out of a jar.
Terrible experience. It took over an hour to get a pizza and a salad at a restaurant that wasn't busy and where people that came to the restaurant after us were given their food before us. Will not be back.
The premise of organic, sustainable and gluten-free is a nice one but the menu is very repetitive. We arrived at 7:45 after seeing a movie at BAM. Wild is a casual eatery with seats outside (but the sidewalk isn’t very level). This is the most uncomfortable restaurant I’ve ever dined in. The white enamel covered hoop steel seats are so deep you can’t dine comfortably. You might as well sit on a rock without a back.. Hard backed wooden and steel picnic chairs are the other choice and look no more comfortable. It was difficult to get our waitresses attention just to order. 40 minutes after ordering our appetizers finally arrived - Burrata with arugula, dried figs and prosciutto in a balsamic glaze. The burrata was more like mozzarella - not sift as burrata usually is. The figs were hard and tough to chew, the tomatoes weren’t ripe. We asked if they had a bread to go with the burrata. They did have a nice toasted whole wheat the waitress said although she wasn’t sure what it was. She never did tell us. In any case when our chicken Milanais entree arrived it had more arugala, tomatoes and mozzarella with it. The waitress should have noticed we were repeating what we already had. The chicken cutlet was dry and tough. The penne that accompanied it was good. I would have sent back the chicken but as the wait staff was nowhere to be found and it was so late and we waited over an hour for it I ate it from starvation. Adding insult to injury they charge for bread that isn’t even a specialty bread.
we ordered 2 personal pizzas and split them between my wife and myself..the service...the hospitality ambiance and the drinks would make us come back..
We went for Mother’s Day. I think they under estimated the crowd and we went on the tail end of brunch around 1:30 so they were out of a lot of the menu options. But would try it again on a les busy day.
Good was very tasty, but the service was slow.
Wild Park Slope's menu is diverse and Delicious. As a person with multiple dietary restrictions, including no gluten, the staff have been very accommodating, helping me with what to choose and modifying dishes according to my needs. Thank you! We're lucky to have you in the neighborhood!
Great place for basically any occasion
The restaurant was boarded up when a friend and I arrived for our lunch reservation on 4/24/18 . Open Table misleadingly sent me a text and email confirmation the previous day. And somehow, I received "points" for attending a lunch that I never attended. Shame on you Open Table! You must do better!
Food took a really long time and there were several items wrong and missing. Wait for them to work out kinks.
Food was good but service was very slown
A great treat for a celiac friend as well as for me who doesn't have to be gluten free. Such a pleasure to feel completely confident about gluten free and to have such a wide choice of delicious and beautifully presented options. We were there at a quiet time of day but felt welcomed and well cared for by the personable staff.
Wanted to love this place, but after an 1 hour + wait for our food, no free drink refills during this time, being asked to move to a less desirable part of the restaurant when we were comfortable in our seats, and the food portions being small, I absolutely didn't love nor like it. Will not be returning.
Food was good but not outstanding. Lemon pasta needed something more for interest-
Great food and excellant service!
Love this place.
Overall, the decor and the food at Wild are awesome, but our service was awful. I wish I would have gotten the waiters name because I will go back but I will refuse to be in his section. It took over two hours for us to get our food, and tables that were sat after us were served before us. Our waiter didn't apologize, offer to comp our appetizer, or even get a manager. He just said "oh I must have forgotten to put your order in" and "sorry I know waiting sucks I hate to be in your position." I worked in food service for years and that is not how you handle that situation. I wish our service had not been so bad because this spot has INCREDIBLE food and drinks, with the cutest decor. I will be back, but I will make sure I do not have the same server.
We were 4 of the 5 people in there and it took forever still to order and finally get our food. It took an hour and half until we ate and we’re leaving. We had to keep asking the waiter to come over. The appetizers were good but do not recommend the truffle pizza - no flavor was missing garlic or something.
Such a cute place. Got the white truffle pizza with vegan cheese for brunch, which comes with a drink for only $16ish total. Service was great, our server was so friendly! Would def go again.
I have been here before and was very happy with service, food , etc. my niece is gluten sensitive so I thought perfect choice . This time not so much . I would have given service two stars were it not for the waiter comping our second round of drinks due to the seriously absurd amount of time we waited for our food . Not only did it take about a half hour to get our pizzas , we received our salads for dessert !!!! No bueno !!!! Will have to think about returning in the future which is such a shame since it is had to find a good gluten free restaurant!
well intended service but too few and inattentive. if you ask for salt and pepper it should come right away not let your food get cold.
no cappuccinonor else for a brunch?? also the food was poorly prepped and without any „love“ to detail or looks of the plate.
no jams, no side bread, no butter nothing...
price wise for quality and quantity totally not woth it.
Found the restaurant on google when my husband, who has recently needed to eliminate gluten from his diet, was really craving a beer on a Friday night. They have 3 gluten-free beers available! He was excited to have an entire menu to choose from (pizzas and pastas) and there were several vegetarian and seafood options as well. The service was a little slow - it took some time before someone took our order and then for the items we ordered to arrive - but very friendly and welcoming. The waiter happily answered all of our questions and was eager to hear if my husband had enjoyed his gluten-free chicken parmigiana over spaghetti (he had).
The service was well-intentioned but inattentive and a little disorganized. The prix fixe brunch was a complete disappointment — one half of a piece of toast, served dry with no jam or butter offered; lukewarm potatoes that weren't very good; a decent mushroom omelette;
and a cup of tea cost 17 bucks before tax and tip. With so much other decent food in the broader area that isn't a ripoff, there's no reason for anyone to have brunch here.
This was an incredible treat. The butternut ravioli and the asparagus in parmesan sauce were outstanding. It is a cozy but bright place where the hustle of Brooklyn melts as the food does with each bite. Go there.
Totally last minute choice to go here but so worth it.
Nice waitstaff but did not love the food. This restaurant seems to specialize in gluten free pizza but we found that the two different pizzas we ordered were a bit lacking in flavor.
Place is cutely decorated and simple/clean. We may have been there too early to get a sense of evening atmosphere. Multiple tables had crying kiddos.
As a gluten sensitive Italian American, I was pleasantly surprised to discover this celiac-friendly Italian bistro in Park Slope. We enjoyed a meal here with foodie friends. All of the food got good reviews from everyone at our table. The spinach ravioli compared well to classic ravioli. The thin crust rice flour pizza was crispy. The mushroom penne was al dente and flavorful. Will definitely return. So nice to be able to pick from the whole menu for a change!
Unfortunately our appetizer arrived and there was no silverware or server around to provide it. No one came back until they brought the pizza and we hadn't begun the appetizer. The pizza for two was six small squares and was better for one person. We waited so long for our check we considered leaving!!
My wife is gluten free but I am not so there was some concern on my part. That said it was an enjoyable experience and we will be coming back. Service was excellent. Food very good even for someone not eating gluten free.
Great option for folks looking for something hip and healthy. My fiancé and I are trying to find more waistline friendly options and Wild is a great one! Will definitely be back for more.
While everyone was very nice, the food took a really long time to arrive, came in waves - with salads arriving more than 10 minutes after the hot food. It was a mess. The food was fine, but I'd recommend you skip this place.
So great to have a gluten free place in the neighborhood. The pasta and pizza were both good. The salad was fresh and tasty. I was a little disappointed to not have better dessert options. At a gf place you want to be able to have cake, not the same ice cream/sorbet/mousse choices you have to eat everywhere else.
Great atmosphere, delicious food and great staff!!! Would recommend this place to everyone in a heartbeat.
tldr; for a restaurant that looks as nice as it does, the food does not match in quality or taste. Overpriced and unappetizing.
Passed by this about 2 weeks ago and made a mental note to check it out. Did so on Sunday. Was disappointed from the start when we were brusquely "greeted" by a server. The food--vegan/vegetarian/pizza/pasta--in theory, is tempting. But as noted above, the food (one bruschetta with mushrooms that looked nothing like wild mushrooms; quinoa/avocado salad that was so sad looking; local mozzarella pizza with cheese that did not melt like quality mozzarella and a crust that was hard as can be) was neither tasty nor visually appealing.
Given the entrepreneurial background of one of the founders (THINX), I had high hopes for this place. Sadly, I won't be returning and can't in good conscience recommend this to my friends who keep gluten-free/vegan/vegetarian diets.