Woodbridge Crossing is a high-end steakhouse located in beautiful Woodbridge, California. The sophisticated menu consists of favorites like pasta, steak, seafood and poultry. Other popular menu items included prime rib dip, pesto chicken sandwich, veal marsala, stuffed prawns as well as mushroom ravioli and calamari steak almondine.
Guests at Woodbridge Crossing are invited to enjoy their meals in the elegant dining room that is decorated with wooden furnishings, contemporary artwork and dim lighting. Woodbridge Crossing offers live music and entertainment every Friday and Saturday night. Patrons are welcome to book private parties and functions; the dining room can host up to 150 people, and the private boxcar room hosts up to 65 guests.
Great food with a good old fashioned restaurant feel. Service is great too. Prime Rib is delicious. So glad we re+discovered this old building that we went to pre-prom dinners at 45+ years ago. Our new favorite place!
This was my first visit to Woodbridge Crossing. Being that it was my birthday I wanted to go somewhere different. I started looking for places and found great reviews. My family was excited to go somewhere different as well.
Appetizer of zucchini sticks were fresh and hot. Great menu to choose from. It wasn't too overwhelming for choices; nice and simple. I had the stuffed prawns, loaded baked potato and grilled veggies. They were amazing.
However, Our server Tara was left a little short with help. She was running the tables and helping at the bar with all the happy hour appetizers. So it took a little longer than expected to get our plates picked up, refills for drinks, and bring the cake to the table.
Service was great, food came out very quickly and the atmosphere was very nice. They had a band that was setting up to play but we couldn't stay to see them perform.
Will definitely be back for dinner and drinks in the future!
I made the reaervation for my parents for Father's Day. When they arrived they were told there was no reservation even after my mom showed the hostess the email confirmation. No accommodations were made for them.
We had a great meal, the New York steak and the salmon entrees were excellent. However the restaurant was not prepared for a busy Valentine's Day. It took an hour for our meal to arrive after we were seated and our order was taken. Other diners who were also waiting told us that the restaurant had run out of items on their special menu. Also there was no sign of the live music that was in the Open Table listing and we did no leave until after 8 PM.
OpenTable messed up our reservation, they where for 5:30, the business was told 4:30. This caused us to be seated in the bar and not in the dinning room. A $300 meal in a cafeteria setting. Too loud. The waitress was stressed, did a nice job when the meals where not correct.
The old building is beautiful outside and in, and the dining area is classy and clean. We made reservations and were shown immediately to our table. They were setting up for a band in the front room so the place was busy and there was a lot of energy, which makes sense for a Friday night. The food seemed expensive, but after eating, it was worth the price. Everything was delicious from the appetizers to the dinner. I only wish I had room left for dessert! The overall feel and experience made for a special night. About our food: Appetizer - the calamari. This wasn't the usual small fried pieces heaped on a plate like some others. You only get ten or so, but these were big, juicy fried pieces that came with two great sauces (the cocktail sauce was amazing with a nice spiciness to it). So in the end, they give you more calamari than other places and it is cooked nicely. The bread that was served was warm and toasty on the outside and moist on the inside, seemed to come right out of the oven! Wine - Ordered a Woodbridge Riesling, very nice. Dinner - I ordered the stuffed prawns, which I ordered with the garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed green beans and squash and house salad. The veggies were cooked to tender, seasoned to taste, while the mashed potatoes were a nice sized portion with a nice mild garlic flavor. The prawns were crispy and hot, right out of the fryer. Inside, they were creamy and melted in your mouth. My wife ordered the mushroom raviolis in a Marsala sauce and the house salad. They were awesome! They smelled so good that I had to try some, so traded two of my prawns for some of her dish! The smell and taste of the sauce was incredible. I could have eaten three plates of that! Overall it was pricey, but the food and experience made it worth it. This would be a good place to go out for a special night.
Found this gem on Open Table. Friendly service, great atmosphere. Enjoyed our steaks very much! Will definitely go back, would like to enjoy the patio during a lunch meal.
Seems like the prices increased significantly since our last visit a couple of months back. Not sure if we will be back. $12.95 for a artichoke appetizer seems ridiculous! Dinner overall wasn't worth the higher prices.
Really nice staff, owner Steve has a good thing going in this beautiful building. Service isn't especially fast. Prime rib was split and we couldn't come close to finishing it. Give it a try!