With over 65 beers to choose from, this casual sports themed restaurant boasts over 20 large screen TV’s, an XL menu with all items under $14.95 and draft beers starting at just $1.75!View Private Dining Details
It was good, but I don’t think I could say wicked good.
Terrible environment, disgusting drinks & horrendous food!
I did not realize the restaurant was inside the casino, so we had to walk through the smoke-filled casino to access the restaurant. Once we were inside the restaurant, I was disappointed to learn that they did serve any breakfast options during the brunch hour on a Sunday, so I was very disappointed. Forced to have lunch, I ordered the pot roast sandwich which (to my surprise) was very good! Although I enjoyed my lunch, I would probably not go back just to avoid the haze of smoke that you have to endure just to get to the restaurant.
Wait staff friendly and courteous. Food serviced promptly and tasty.
fairly priced considering it is located inside the Twin River Casino. Friendly and attentive service.
The waitress was overly busy and apologized for not coming over timely. They had NOT ONE Seasonal Beer....Were out of most beers? The frozen drink machine was broken. Ordered a default beer and it was not cold.
The food was eh. The ravioli was so greasy and over fried (pan fried chicken and kale ravioli).
I would not come back. It was my daughter's Birthday and needless to say a bit of a disappointment. On a positive note, Our waitress was pleasant and she did the best she could with being overly busy.
We are regulars at Wicked Good. Typical sports bar, TVs everywhere. Great food large portions at reasonable prices.
Try the Yankee Pot Roast, melt in your mouth.
We decided to go to Twin River casino and made a reservation at Wicked Good. We were seated on time and were served popcorn while our dinner was being prepared. I had the very excellent Fish and Chips and my wife had a burger with French fries. We also had Chardonnay wine. I was surprised the next day when instead of a survey from open table I got a No Show message. I thought the receptionist understood that we were Open Table, but no big deal - when I responded to the No Show message, Open Table fixed it with the restaurant and I am no longer delinquent. I would still not hesitate to recommend Wicked Good
Typical sports bar but with big screen tv's everywhere. Try the Yankee Pot Roast, melt in your mouth. Also try the nachos a meal in itself.
Our 5:30 Reservation was honored promptly. Had requested a booth but was told that section was closed so we sat at a half bench table. Food was excellent
I felt the staff didn't care if we were there or not. Took a wait to get a seat. We finally sat at the bar and it took a while to get a beer from an unhappy bartender. Food was okay and the beer was good. Be a while before I go there again.
Great place to go. Good sports place !!
We usual attend on Friday ninths for dinner and apps. This event was good the server was a little busy with other customers not her fault.
The glasses of soda were empty for a while unfortunately we enjoy wicked good bar and grill and will be back.
Good food and usually good service .
I am not happy with the service i received nor was i happy with the table not being ready. I do not understand why i made open table reservation to be told to wait 10 to 15 minutes past booked time . What is the point of maken a reservation to only have to wait longer than expected to be seated. I never been to wicked good and i was very excited to try it during resturant week. I requested the resturant week menu and that is when i noticed that my server did not promote the week nor wanted to provide the menu. The server left the table and did not return for over 3 minutes with the restaurant week menu, in which she dropped the menu on the table and walked away. I did not know it was a huge issue to participate in the resturant week . My server attitude was so horrible that i refuse to return to the restaurant. My host had a better personality than my server.
Party of four: We have enjoyed many meals at this restaurant in the past. This is the first time that we were disappointed. We made it known that we did not want to linger, but we had a long wait before the food arrived anyway. In general, portions were smaller than before. The fried clams were particularly small in portion. That was a blessing, as they were not worth eating. We discussed sending them back, but it took so long for the food to arrive that we dared not. One person substituted onion rings for French fries; he was given three onion rings. The waiter removed the cost of the clams from the bill, and offered a complimentary dessert, which was declined. We may not give the place another try.