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Wildfire - Tysons
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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
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- Waitstaff wear masks
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
the most tender of all steaks
Sean was a very nice waiter as always but we are sat in the same booth every time we go to your restaurant. It’s not the booth that’s the issue, it’s its location. It’s out of the way for the waiter so they seldom see us during our dining experience and we are left to flag down anyone passing by whenever we need or want something.
The meals are always good but your pricing is skyrocketing so what once was around a $100 is now approaching $150 for us.
We will still dine with you but we’ll probably start having appetizer as our meal or sharing an entree.
We were pleasantly surprised by both the quality and taste of the food. The portions were generous and our server, Tiffany was incredibly knowledgeable and professional. Enjoyed our dinner and highly recommend it to anyone near any of their locations.
Overcrowded restaurant. The attendant helped us move tables to a less crowded booth. The steaks were good. The service was marginal. Prime rib was good but gristly
Great food and atmosphere but a little cold we were sitting at the very and at the booth if we had more people the draft for would be unbearable
Cod special with 2 sides (I got mushrooms and lemon broccoli) was excellent.
Met friends here for dinner. The food was good except for the cornbread. It was overly browned & not on par the cornbread we've had before. I also had requested a sidecar booth which did not happen until I had mentioned it to our server. Fortunately they were able to accommodate the request. The ambience here is great.
always comfortable and fun, good bar for a pre-dinner cocktail-
Never disappointed! Delicious food and service was great.
Food was great overall, service was eeeeh, but to be fair, there is a labor shortage at this moment. Would go again :)
Excellent all around from the service to the beverages and food.
Thanksgiving dinner at Wildfire, disappointing. The appetizers deviled eggs didn’t look fresh, the food was cold the beef, mash potato and veggies so we had to send it back. We also had to send back one of the salads because we asked for no avocado and it came with it anyway.
We had an amazing Thanksgiving experience! Highly recommend.
Great Thanksgiving at Wildfire. The menu was wonderful, and we even had leftovers to take home.
Thanksgiving dinner was busy as to be expected but serving sizes were much smaller than I remembered in previous years. Of course we were told that we could have more of any portion however it felt like we were inconveniencing slightly to order, then the second portions came out slowly and even smaller than the first. Pie slices were nearly smaller than a slice of wedding cake. Could get much more value going on a regular weeknight.
We enjoyed our Thanksgiving Dinner here. Going on Thanksgiving has become a tradition and this year has been our third consecutive year. The food is always plentiful and delicious. The staff was attentive and ensured our water glasses were filled. The only negative this year, was getting stuck in the elevator. My husband dropped my mother and I off while he parked the car so we could be seated. Unfortunately, there wasn't a sign on the elevator door informing people that the elevator was not in service. My 77 year old mother and I got on the elevator with other people and was literally stuck for approximately 5 scary minutes. Someone pressed the call button in an attempt to get help and the noise from the elevator had me scared for my mother. Didn't want any emergency situations happening on Thanksgiving. After the elevator ordeal, we had to walk around to get to the restaurant and the doors to the mall were closed due to the holiday. After that, we were ready to sit down and enjoy ourselves, which we did. On a final note, we were able to meet Clay in person before leaving.
I’m glad I chose Wildfire restaurant for our thanksgiving dinner. The food was so delicious and the atmosphere was great. I am definitely going to consider Wildfire for my next event.
Amazing experience for thanksgiving dinner! The food and service were amazing! The family may make this a new holiday tradition!
The restaurant was very crowded and loud. Service started out very good but kind of deteriorated by dessert. Thanksgiving is hard for restaurants. I wonder if they had enough servers.
We had our Thanksgiving dinner at Wildfire and very pleased with all aspects, especially the food. Given that it was a "mass eating event" (restaurant almost full) our turkey and beef dinners were excellent and cooked just right. The portion sizes were amazing and we had enough to take home for at least one more meal. Two minor disappointments: the dressing with the turkey was gloppy and tasteless and, contrary to the other courses, the dessert portions were very small -- but what we had was excellent.
Overall, this was a great experience. We were seated quickly and our server was exceptional. I really enjoyed the chopped salad and kale salad. The dark meat served with the stuffing was a bit dry and not a big fan of the stuffing itself. The sides -- creamed spinach, roasted vegetables and green beans were very good. However, the main course was a bit "cool" and should have asked that it be reheated. The desserts were excellent. This was my first time eating Thanksgiving Dinner at a restaurant and you made this a pleasant experience. Thank you.
The food was just so delicious and plentiful. It was our first time there and we will definitely return!!
I really do like Wildfire’s food; however, the portion servings were small. The salmon was on a diet (they were fillets), the roasted vegetables were TOO roasted, and the kale salad needed more dressing. The first serving of our cornbread was cold and the servings afterwards were smaller and smaller. As a pleasingly “plumb” woman, I was hungry after my dinner. It honestly left like I didn’t have a “sustenance” type of dinner worth $120 ($60/person).
The gentleman server was incredibly great. He made Thanksgiving dinner that much more wonderful.
Thanksgiving dinner - I’ll never cook again!
Wasn’t sure about the “family style” approach, but it actually worked very well. The food was very tasty (turkey and the filet), and today’s leftovers were equally delicious.
Luis was awesome. Had the cod. It was delicious but would rather have had a little more fish and less sides
Great food Great Drinks Great Service. best steak and prime rib in town
Everything came out lukewarm. My filet Mignon was brought out overly well done when I had order medium well thr meat was actually a brownish gray. My husbands chicken and broccoli was bland and flavorless. The host seemsed like she didn’t want to be there and the drinks were bland. This was our anniversary dinner and it was completely disappointing and gross everything we ordered went back. I left there hungry because I didn’t trust them to get my food right. Thr only saving grace to this place was our server who felt so bad gave us a free slice of cake, which was the best aspect of our meal. They seemed to be overly focused on their to go orders instead of the VERY few people sitting there.
We will never go there again and we are shocked they have the termerity to be a restaurant in Tysons corner
Service was essentially nonexistent. After initially being asked whether we were ready to order and responding that we had not yet looked at the menu, we did not again see the server for at least 15 minutes. After the food was finally brought to the table, the server reappeared about 15 minutes later to ask if we were finished and, upon being told "one more bite," disappeared again for at least 15 minutes. We were finally able to flag her down for our bill and pay to get out. All in all, due to service delays, it took about 2:45 to eat a basic lunch without dessert. This was after there being no one at the check-in desk for 5-10 minutes after we arrived.
good service. over cooked food, very noisy
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I gave the experience 3 star
They said I like bland food
The whole experience was wonderful, especially the waitress, Tiffany, and the food! For some in our group it was their first time there and they absolutely loved every minute of luncheon, especially the drinks and cornbread! They can hardly wait to return.
Great place to meet friends.
When I made my reservation, I mentioned that my wife and I were celebrating our anniversary and they did absolutely nothing. They didn't even honor my request for a nice table. We will never go back.
Great food and quite for business luncheon
Excellent restaurant overall. The food is consistently perfectly prepared and the staff very professional, personable and friendly. The ambiance is warm and comfortable with the nicest music playing in the background. Always a five star experience.
Won't go back for a while - the greeters are great, seated quickly, but this waitress has to have been new, because if not, then there's no excuse (not that being new is a good excuse, either). No offer of cornbread, brought the wrong size salad (fixed quickly by the server, but she never said a word about it). No offer to refill beverage. LONG wait before getting the check. Had a gift certificate and was told it was invalid; took HALF HOUR and a manager to finally discover it was fine. STILL nothing from the waitress - she just ignored me as I finally got up and stood at the register. I'll stay away for a bit ...
Great to see the place humming. Had a reservation for 6:30 on Saturday and was seated upon arrival. Did hear the host tell a walk-in that there was a two hour wait. Love seeing the industry getting back on track. Server was great, very attentive and friendly. My girlfriend had the salmon which was perfectly cooked on a plank with a soy glaze. Very tasty! I had the Kale side side salad which was fresh and zesty, with lemon based dressing and the pork chops. Hate to say it but they were overcooked and dry. Did not feel like sending them back. Was just take them home, slice thin and eat on a sandwich while watching football. The server noticed that i was not eating them, expressed concern, asked what else she could bring. I declined, finished the salad, enjoyed the baked sweet potato and looked forward to sharing the Chocolate chip cookie skillet which is awesome. The manager came by and could not have been nicer, expressed concern, offered to bring me something else ASAP and was super friendly. Again, i declined and he appeased the situation by removing the chops from the bill without me asking. Can't tell you how much i appreciated the server and the manager. We crushed the dessert and left a sweet tip for the server. Great night