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About WILD - Brooklyn
WILD honors nature; the source of our uniqueness, our well-being, our future. It is a promise to choose ingredients that have been harvested with respect to their primitive state. It comes to us as it has come from the earth: already perfect.
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.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
American, Pizzeria, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Tuesday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday - Sunday: 11:0am - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
WILD - Brooklyn Ratings and Reviews
It was our son's 21st birthday and we wanted something foody and not fussy. We were not disappointed. Ricardo took excellent care of us, setting aside a long 14 person table so that we could all dine together. Mona, our server, was attentive but did not over-hover. Some of our guests were gluten free, the menu gave everyone plenty of delicious options. It was all delicious, served at a nice pace so no one felt rushed. Everyone was able to share meals (had the string thin fried zucchini to start - a do not miss dish), chat and laughed the night away. There was a nice outdoor patio area that had an additional birthday party, hope they enjoyed their evening as much as we did. We will be happy to have dinner at Wild again!
The food was very good, and if that's all you care about, it's fine. However, we went for Easter brunch, and that seems to have been a mistake. Even though we had a reservation, we were told we could not sit in the garden area because we were a party of two. However, we sat in the front across from the bar fuming every time a couple left the garden area. Then we were told that there was a special limited menu because it was Easter. This was not noted on their website. Had it been, I might have gone somewhere else. To their credit they did let us order one of their signature pizzas from the regular menu. But, we were told it was a shareable size. It wasn't. They brought our salads out with the hot food, so we had to eat the hot food before it got cold, and eat our salads with or after our main course. Somehow the waiter took my husband's water glass away during the meal and never returned it, so he didn't have a glass of water at the end of the meal. We were not asked if we wanted dessert or coffee, and had to pretty much beg for the check. So: if you want a good but small gluten-free pizza and you don't care how you are treated or served, this place is fine. If you left your house to have a restaurant experience, this is the wrong place to go. The next time I want to be frustrated through an entire meal, this place will be at the top of my list.
Excellent options for people with all kinds of dietary preferences. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, etc. plus stuff for you meaties out there as well. Charming ambiance and friendly & helpful service. This has quickly become one of my favorite restaurants in Brooklyn. Sit in the back if the weather is nice!
The omelettes were cooked hard and dry, and there weren't many options for anything else. Despite the place being mostly empty, the service was quite terrible. I'll try it again for dinner, because they do have a good menu on paper, and the kale accompaniment was good, if not very interesting.
We chose WILD because we were looking for a good farm-to-table restaurant with gluten-free and vegan options. Our experience wasn't the greatest, since the restaurant was understaffed that evening. We started out with a dirty glass on the table, which our server acknowledged but didn't clear. The silverware wasn't completely clean, and a couple of the napkins (paper) had spills on them. We had to wait a while to place our ordersand had been seated for an hour by the time our food arrived. Two in my group raved about the butternut squash ravioli. The pizzas were enjoyed. The chicken was good, but a little dry. Our vegan was disappointed, as he wasn't interested in BBQ pizza, the only vegan option. Would like to try again on a better day.
Went into Wiliamsburg for my nephews art showing in a gallery. Was looking for a place close by to eat and Wild was right across the street. All the pastas were homemade and were accompanied by excllent sauces. Salad and soup portions were large enough to share and prices were very reasonable. Wine list was limited but they did have craft beers on tap. Will be heading back there next time in that part of Brooklyn.
Went out to WILD for Mother's Day Brunch and sat out back in the garden/patio. It was a bit stuffy and humid, but they turned on the a/c which helped. Our shaded table ended up fully in the sun and the hostess refused to move a large umbrella over us because it was "too heavy". It was HOT in the sun, uncomfortably so. We weren't warned that pizzas take 20-30 minutes to cook (which doesn't make sense to begin with), but ours took 45. The poached eggs on the pizza were cooked hard, even though we requested runny. The waiter gave us major attitude when we asked for the eggs to be cooked again. A diet coke that was ordered halfway through the meal never materialized. If the service hadn't been so horrific, the $20 brunch isn't a bad deal.
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