Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
WYLD offers a robust menu of flavorful Colorado cuisine with a strong emphasis on locally sourced ingredients along with refined mountain classics using a variety of cooking techniques including a 1200-degree broiler as well as signature house-blended seasonings to bring Colorado’s rich bounty to life.
130 Daybreak Ridge Road
Avon, CO 81620
Contemporary American, Wild Game, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast 7 - 11 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Dinner: 5:30 - 10 p.m.
Daily, from 11:00 a.m.
Closed from 2 p.m., Thursday February 22 - 12 noon, Sunday, February 25.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free Valet for breakfast lunch and dinner
Private Party Contact:
Devin Simondes: (970) 471-1168
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
WYLD Ratings and Reviews
Disappointing and not in alignment with the Ritz Carlton standards in any way. We ordered many items to share. As they say “ all show no go”. Not one dish was well executed. Not one. The plates even came out out of order. The server was very attentive so the kitchen was the source of a complete break down. We were married here 13 years ago and are annual “ regulars”. As good as Spago was, Wyld is a fail. We will not return. The valley has a plethora of great tables; this was a frustrating waste of an evening out. And average at best. It was our anniversary so cancelled a Beanos Cabin evening to give Wyld a try.
The restaurant is inside the ritz carlton at bachelors gulch.
It used to be a spago flagship.
The service is outstanding as one would expecr from ritz carlton.
The kids menu is very nice and reasonably priced.
The bar is decent.
I had an old fashion and my wife had a martini.
Both were done well by NYC standards
We had salads for appetizer
They were ok.
I jad salmon for main course. It was not wild caught, just farm raised. It tasted nothing special but the price was very expensive at 36$
My wife had the filet mignon
The presentation was very poor.
The filet arrived without any sides. It was slightly overcookwd and was 50$. Thats too expensive.
You can have steak at any top nyc steak house and dont have to pay 50 bucks
This was not worth it
So i dont recommend this restaurant for this value
The table we were given was very odd for a party of five, we asked to be moved which they did to a much more comfortable table. Food was great, my filet was a wonderful piece of meat. Our service was very good without being overbearing. The restaurant really needs to up their game atmosphere and decor wise. It looks like a Marriot not a Ritz.
Ben, our waiter, was as good as it gets; experienced, attentive and knowledgable about wines. My lambchops were medium rare despite my asking for medium. The whipped potatoes accompanied were lackluster although my date's baked potato was very good. The tuna credo was fabulous and the avocado mousse both unusual and delightful. The decor is rustic and dated, consistent with many Ritz Carlton restaurants.
Had a special birthday planned with family, and was notified by Brendan ( manager?) that Wyld would be closed the evening I had reserved. He went above and beyond providing us with a beautiful table in the great room at the Ritz, as well as multiple food menus to chose from, and finished the dinner with a lovely cake. Service and food were impeccable, we all thoroughly enjoyed the evening. I really appreciated the fact that Brendan cared enough to make sure we had a memorable eventing.
Well... it was a Sunday brunch buffet. So, yuck. That makes it hard for me to be objective because who on earth wants that? No idea til we got there that there was no menu service, the excellent bloody mary drinks ($$) saved the day but barely. A pretty room and nice mountain-y feel but not that distinctive from similar others.
We had a wonderful dinner and enjoyed the live music of Austin's Rose too..lots of interesting preparations. However, the vegetarian pasta was poor-not much flavor. In this day and age there should be more vegetarian options and certainly more interesting than just noodles with vegetables thrown in. All the meat and fish entrees were great.
Beautiful setting in Batchelor Gulch with views of the ski slopes. Several starters were tempting, we shared the kale salad with cranberries and pepitas-delicious! My husband enjoyed the Bison Rigatoni prepared al dente with a rich meaty bolognese. I ordered the Shrimp and Grits, ample serving size with spicy Cajun sauce. The wine list, while expensive, had some interesting choices and included a few half bottles. A lovely evening.
Several people in our group had a gluten intolerance as well as a dairy intolerance. We were all able to enjoy an excellent breakfast with no problems! I had the Cast Iron Huevos Rancheros and they were excellent! My husband loved his Duck Hash and eggs, and my kids were thrilled they could have gluten free, dairy free pancakes and bacon! Thank you for a delicious breakfast with great view of the mountain!
Sadly we were disappointed in our experience Friday night. I read the reviews, and decided to have an early dinner there before the Vail Jazz Fest performance located in the ballroom. You have people checking into a hotel (i.e. stopped cars getting luggage, children, etc.), people checking out of a hotel, people coming in for dinner, people leaving for dinner elsewhere, people coming in for the concert - valet was impossible. Not the valet parker's vault, poor design for car "in and out". When we checked in for dinner we told the hostess AND our server we were there for the concert. Not once did anyone direct us to get our valet parking ticket validated. After we stood in line to hand our ticket over (after the concert), we were told we had to go inside and pay?? We then had to track down our hostess, who had to pull up our reservation to "prove" that we had indeed had dinner there. Back to dinner, our server seemed to vanish right about 7:20 when we needed to pay to get to the line forming outside the ballroom at 7:30. We also were not told until we got to WYLD that the regular dinner menu was unavailable except for a few choices, they wanted you to have the $45 buffett. We each had two cocktails/glasses of wine. When our bill came it was double the cost of the buffett. Definitely a mark up on the alcohol. Not connected to WYLD, but the bars at the concert, manned by the Ritz, were slow, and terribly over priced. One gin & tonic, one Rose (they wouldn't pour a glass of chardonnay, had to buy a whole bottle?) was $45. I think on a normal night (no concert), with a normal menu option, it could have been a very enjoyable evening. But my guests will only remember the frustrations. When the last part of your evening is the frustrating attempts to get your car (after a performance that last ONLY one hour?), it's the last impression. When will event venues figure out that valet parking can make or break your evening??
We had a reservation with OpenTable and we were asked if you wanted to sit outside which we except. The view is great and music was being played. Our server tim came over and introduced himself. I asked if we could also order the bar menu and he said yes. I went to the bathroom and I noticed there was another restaurant at the hotel which is called buffaloes, and I noticed that on Thursday they have ribs as a special. My friend really wanted to have the ribs so we thought about going over to buffaloes instead of wild. We came back to the table and asked Tim if we could order the ribs from the other restaurant in here and he said sure we could. We order dinner and five minutes later he returned telling us that they had Run out of ribs. My friend order a very plain burger which came a little overcooked with no lettuce and tomato. He did not want to return and he ate it My husband had a very juicy burger that came with fries , we also got an order for onion rings it was very delicious and I had the quinoa salad which I enjoyed very much with a piece of salmon on top. Overall I liked my dinner very much . my friend Who had the over cooked hamburger did not like it. I would return there in a minute. The menu on the wild restaurant is not that seducing. I would recommend them making over the menu. The bar used to be a lot prettier when he used to be Wolfgang puck.
This was our first return to the Ritz at Bachelor Gulch since Spago was the main restaurant (which was exceptional). The group I was with entered the evening excited to return and try Wyld, with expectations of another excellent experience. Unfortunately Wyld fell quite below expectations. Food was largely good (great in some cases) except for the mac and cheese, which was watery, bland, and overcooked. The service was bad for an average restaurant, let alone one at a pricepoint such as Wyld. Waiter was absent after taking entree order. One member of our party didn't receive her first drink until an hour into the meal. The rest of us were never asked for a refill and had to make multiple attempts to get the slightest attention from our waiter. My first drink was never bussed away even after I finally got my glass of wine, which arrived when I was more than halfway through the entree I had paired it with.
In short, there are far better places to spend your money at for dinner at Beaver Creek. We had a lovely experience with great food and truly great service at Grouse Mountain Grill the evening prior, and it was a better value as well. The Ritz can do far better.
Not great, not bad. Service was good, food was somewhat average for the price and being in a Ritz. The dining room is comfortable, with nice view of mountain. They did make a good attempt at using local ingredients and game, but a lot of the dishes did not quite come off as expected.
The service was actually good the night we were there (some reviews did complain about this), but again the price for quality just wasn't there. Might be they are trying just a little too hard to be unique and in doing so miss on occasion.
Very convenient, however if you are staying in the hotel!
We ate at Wyld and were not at all impressed. We had steaks and they were less than desirable (although I will say the Brussels sprouts were outstanding). The service had to be the worst part of it all. I ordered a drink and it was wrong three different times. They forgot another drink - just not at all what you'd expect from a restaurant at the Ritz.
It is horrendous that the Ritz is associated with this restaurant. From beginning to end there was not one positive quality. Waited for our reservation, sat next to the bussing station and all the children in a nearly empty restaurant. Service was terrible, never offered if we wanted a second bottle of wine, waited 50 minutes for salads, the clanking of polishing silverware behind us, our waiter was missing. Food was cold, crunchy noodles in the pasta dish, raclette was pathetic, overall inedible. We left as quickly as possible (2 hours after our reservation) on nearly empty stomachs. I would NOT recommend!
We are part time residents in Avon, CO. and had not yet tried the new restaurant at the Ritz in Bachelors Gulch so we decided to try it on Valentine's Day. The restaurant hasn't changed much from the past tenants. The only difference we noted was the colors - now a bit more rustic but still has a very empty feeling with the very high ceilings. The food was very good as was the service BUT we were not told (when making the reservation) that they would be having a prix fixe that night. The price per person was $150 which included one glass of champagne. Our bill came close to $500 with wine and tip. Not what we were expecting not sure we will go back. Sorry!
We had a very disappointing experience there. There were 4 of us and we ordered the Raclette and a mushroom pizza for appetizers. The raclette was $32 and was primarily fingerling potatoes with a small bit of cheese on top. Pizza was a decent size however the crust was thick and undercooked. Entrees came without any sides. The buccatini was primarily pasta with hardly any lamb ragout. The short ribs were undercooked. Two of us split the stripped bass which was tasty but would have been better as an individual portion. Extensive wine list but very pricey.
The menu on their website shows a petit 8 ounce prime filet for $52. It still does right now. But in the restaurant it was $68. Effectively with tax and 20% gratuity that is OVER $90 for a half pound filet. That is just unreal. Other steak restaurants charge in the $40s for a filet (Elways next door in Vail is $45 and their 28 ounce porterhouse is only $66). Similarly the Ribeye is $54 on the website menu, but $62 in the restaurant. It felt very misleading. My wife planned to have the filet, but refused to pay that much for a half of pound of steak--especially after the "bait and switch" from their website.
I had the buffalo ribeye and my wife had the pasta which was just ok. The ribeye was an excellent cut of meat, but the seasoning was just average. We were looking forward to trying Wyld and to having a steakhouse in the Ritz that we could look forward to visiting often. Unfortunately, the menu seems like it is trying too hard and the prices are just outrageous. It is not nearly as good as most prime steakhouses, yet charges 1.5x more. If you overcharge, you have to deliver a truly spectacular meal and experience. Wyld delivered neither. We were disappointed all of the way around.
Also, the restaurant does not have a unique atmosphere and is basically just the same as Spagos from before. They need to gut the space and gut the menu and start over with a very "Ritz-like experience". Wyld fails on the menu, pricing, taste and ambiance. It is too bad.
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.