|Address:||885 S Pleasant Ave, Dallastown, PA 17313, USA|
|Working:||Closed 11:30AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM 11AM–7PM|
Wedding review: Shayla (wedding coordinator) could not have been better throughout the planning process. She was so kind, scheduled meetings quickly and often at the last minute for us busy out-of-towners, and managed everything absolutely perfectly. She gave us great recommendations for local vendors and walked us through every step of the planning process since we were newbies to wedding planning! Although she wasnt able to be there on our wedding day last friday, Molly (the events coordinator) stepped in and did a superb job! Not only was she totally attentive and friendly to us and our families the whole day, but our guests also commented on how personable and organized she was and how well the entire day flowed. Wyndridge itself is an absolutely GORGEOUS venue and we got lucky with a beautiful summer day. I cannot recommend it enough. The food was great (people will be talking about that mashed potato bar for decades), drinks were great (brewery and local liquors is a unique touch), and dance floor was very spacious for our 150 guests. Elie, the catering coordinator was really my mom the whole night - she forced us to sit down and eat (very necessary and harder to remember to do than you would think!) and packaged lots of food for us to take home. All in all, I cannot recommend Wyndridge Farm enough for a wedding. They really made us feel at home. My only regret is that we live 3 hours away and we cant visit all the time! Would also highly recommend eating in their restaurant! Everything at Wyndridge is AWESOME
Never stepping in this place again. We go on date nights most weekends with the expectation to spend good money on good food. We live close and decided to give wyndrige another chance even though the previous experiences with over priced fair tasting bar food served slowly should have deterred us. We did not have reservations and took the chance they might have room at the inn. We were greeted by not one but three surly 20 somethings who rudely asked if we had reservations and then informed us that they were not excepting any new patrons for the evening. But we were welcome to wait by the bar and wait for someone to leave. After two girls harrassed a couple to leave and a throw back to the 60s hippie leered over the shoulder of another couple till they left while one man ate standing up while his wife was seated we had enough. Drove to a place that had good food great service and friendly servers. If you are OK with so so bar food over priced with rude patrons fighting over minimal seating this is your place.
Attended Mothers Day buffet. After several disappointing visits, my husband wanted to try the buffet for $50 per person. The food was mediocre for the price and mostly cold but we ate plenty. The appeal of steamed shrimp on the menu was ruined by them being served n some kind of red sauce with hunks of onion and lemon slices with shells on! They were way too messy to eat. My husband was dripping with sauce all over him so he gave up. Also for the price, we felt it very cheap to charge for a glass of ice tea and cup of coffee....nickel and diming us. Usually buffets include nonalcoholic beverage in price. Greed is pervasive throughout. I do not expect to return to this establishment as we have given ample opportunities for them to improve. If you cant make a mom feel special today...why bother? It would have been easy to hand out a little after-dinner mint or piece of chocolate rather than leaving with a bad taste in our mouths.
Wyndridge Farm Resturant is huge. It has space for meetings and weddings. The parking lot has plenty of space. It easily handicapped accessible. We were in the large spacious room with the bar. Very comfortable chairs surrounded sizeable tables. Although the tables were widely separated and the ceilings were high, the noise level was a bit loud. I had a cheeseburger & fries. The portions were generous. But, more important, the burger was juicy and the fries were simply delicious with crispy exteriors sprinkled with coarse salt. My partner had the cidery salad with chicken which she described as delicious. She also had the Apple Saison beer which really did have a hint of apples. Wyndridge Farm brews their own beer and cider. And they had a substantial selection. Rest rooms were large clean and nicely decorated. This is not a cheap place to eat but both the quality and quantity make it worth the trip.
The first time my wife and I had dinner here the food was amazing and the service was great. Our second visit the food was once again amazing however the service fell flat. Initially our waitress was attentive but that all seemed to change once we told her we had been here before. I would have given the waitress the benefit of the doubt if the restaurant was extremely busy but there were multiple empty tables in our section and with the amount of attention she gave to the couple sitting at the table next to us she could have at least given us a refill on our waters. Im usually not one to complain about this kind of stuff but since our 6 month daughter was born, my wife and I rarely have time to ourselves so it was disappointing to say the least to have subpar service with such great food. Other than the service, I would have given this place 5 out of 5 stars.
This place is a really nice upscale establishment for the area. The view outside is beautiful and the food is all homemade with locally sourced ingredients. The beer, cider and soda are all delicious and of a good variety. Ive been to Wyndridge several times and the food is always spectacular, all courses. The service is friendly and prompt. Also, they have the best bacon. Ever. Why 4 stars? Well, if you want to pay Manhattan prices is southern York county look no further. The portions are meager and almost nothing on the short entre list is sub $20. The quality is good, and you get what you pay for, but pay you will. Wonderful place for a date but too expensive for frequent visits(for my wallet anyway).
Generally, I like Windridge, but If you want a six pack on the way home from a long day, save your money and detour to your favorite beer store. Ive eaten here several times and the atmosphere is pleasant and food is good. I stopped by this eve to get a 6 pack of their cider as a gift for a friend. Take a guess at what it will cost you compared to just going to the distributor where you might expect to pay a bit more. Over $15! Last time I checked, my zip code was in southern PA, not NYC. I was tempted to simply walk out, but it was a gift so I sucked it up I hate the feeling of buying something and sensing Ive been ripped off. They make the product right in site. Never again.
I have been happy with my experiences except for last night. I have taken two sets of families to your restaurant over the holidays. Last night everyone was happy but me. I ordered the mac and cheese, which is very good, and added the crab for $5. After four people tasting it no one, including me, could see a trace of crab in it. When mentioned to the waiter he said Oh it is shredded. Well you still should have some taste. Also my son had the lobster and mac and cheese and also had the same problem. If you are charging more for it you should at least be able to taste it. This is constructive criticism. I love your restaurant and will recommend it. Thank you.