Wildfire is the perfect place to host your next corporate function, rehearsal dinner, birthday party, graduation party or any celebratory occasion! Our Club Supper Menu, served family style, is a festive way to pass around and sample a variety of Wildfire specialties.View Private Dining Details
Celebrate with your sweetheart at Wildfire! We will be offering a special four-course Valentine’s Menu for Two that will be available Friday, February 9 - Sunday, February 18 for $95/couple. Our regular menus will also be available. Reservations recommended.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
I really like the food, think it a little pricey. Hostess and wait-staff very attentive.
Wildfire is always great. I return on business annually and this is the one restaurant that I go to every year. It is like the classic steakhouse, but they serve wonderful fish, pork, lamb you name it. The menu is very broad and has practically anything to fit your eating style. I'm rarely a desert guy, but we usually split one of their fabulous deserts.
It was our first time here, and we will definitely be back! The food was excellent although I wish they had more vegetarian options, but the restaurant accommodated me by taking the bacon and chicken off the chopped salad and it was quite good. My friends ordered the barbecued chicken and prime rib, respectively, and both said their meals were great. The cornbread is to die for!
Always enjoy the food and service! Tends to be a bir noisy but always festive.
The food is OK. They make you sit there for a while staying at nothing. It took them a long time for them to bring three small pieces of corn bread for the three of us. They certainly have been more generous in the past.
My steak was Medium but I ordered Medium Rare. My colleague's was MR although he ordered M. The server tried to make up for it by giving us a free dessert. The noise level was kind of high so it was hard to have a conversation.
terrific place for a business lunch. one person in our meeting had never been there. she ordered something that the waiter politely indicated she wouldnt like after they discussed what it was like that day. She chose the special sandwich instead and loved it.
We have not visited Wildfire in a long while. This is due to the existing problem that continues to plague this establishment: they cannot (for some reason) cook the steak to the desired temperature requested. New Year, 2018. Fresh start. We visited Wildfire. I ordered the rare plus bone in rib eye steak. When the steak arrived, the server asked if we could cut into the steak to make sure it is cooked right as she stated that this is on our record (talk about tracking customers) that we have had numerous problems with this issue. It turned out that the steak was overcooked AGAIN. It was cooked to the medium consistency (pink center).
The unpleasant manager came by and instead of apologizing, he suggested moving forward that we order this steak black and blue from now on. He took the steak back and didn't even offered to bring a new set of au gratin potatoes. We had to ask for it. To go to a restaurant that mainly feature steaks on their menu but couldn't cook the steak properly is a tragedy to be honest.
Some booths are facing another booth that makes it kind of awkward.