|Address:||2858 S Forrest St, Westport, WA 98595, USA|
|Working:||11:30PM–12AM 12AM–9PM 12AM–9PM 12AM–9PM 12AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM 11:30AM–9PM|
Ick. Yuck. First off FYI: this is a restaurant and not a winery. They sell cranberry wine. We decide to try it for a dinner. Order a soda, ice tea, etc. with a $25-$40 plate I should not find someone bringing a can or plastic bottle to the table and expecting me to pour it into a glass. Thats just bad. Table was very... rustic. A 4 person table where the 4th person sits down to find not a table where they can place a plate but a hole in the wood. Ok, sure, rustic wood is neat, but not at the expense of being able to actually use the table to eat at. Room for a plate and glass? nope, expect the glass or soda can to fall over, which it did because of all the holes in the table. The food... ordered a pizza. The center was raw dough. The toppings were literally paper thin slices of tomato, onion, bell peppers, etc. Had to be that thin to have any chance at cooking because they cook all the meals in the "wood" oven (not really wood that I could see) and if the heat in it was hot enough to cook a pizza properly it would fry all the other foods they cook in it because there is no stove or oven - just the pizza oven. We left a good chunk of the pizza behind because it was simply BAD. Wait staff was very friendly, but that was the only good thing about it. Also, cooking and serving food on a cedar plank does not mean cooking it on a cedar roof shingle. Sign out front had various fresh specials... saw only about half of them on their specials list. Be wary of this place.
I was excited to learn the winery was reopening after a complete loss due to fire. We decided to host a small dinner event with friends (we are locals). Boy was that a mistake. menu is inviting at a glance, but that was where things started to break-down. They actually had food left over from previous patrons on them :^( We had to ask for everything...silverware, napkins, refills, our table to be wiped down (because it felt sticky) and our bill at the end of the meal (after a lengthy wait). The staff was un-attentive and un-organized. The food was very average, at best. They boast everything is made fresh each day. I question that claim. Obviously, I have no-way to disprove this, but made fresh each day doesnt necessarily mean that day.... Needless to say, the evening wasnt what I had hoped. We actually apologized to our guests. I gave our experience one star because there are much better places to dine in our community.
Pizza was delicious, prime rib , veggies and potato were great. The service unfortunately was not good. Had to ask for everything , she came to take our order, didnt even ask us if we wanted something to drink. Took our order got our salads needed pepper , had almost finished salad before we got her attention for pepper.4 people brought us 3 napkins , shared my napkin until we got her attention again. One person asked for water, again I got her attention asked if we could all have water , so she brought me water only not even the one who asked for it. So we shared. Would go back for the pizza , but steaks are a little to pricey for our taste. Kudos to the cooks food was great! When it came to pay the bill we needed a receipt, she said we couldnt have one ,so had to look at her tablet to check out our bill. All and all she was nice but doesnt always help with the service.
I was at the 4th of July event last weekend and it was wonderful. We got to taste the wines and the beer and I was blown away by the taste of cranberry wine. I didnt know such a thing existed! Im more of a wine drinker than a beer drinker, but just to be able to say I did it, I tried their Bog Water Beer. It was a lot better than your average beer! The bands that played were excellent. They played my kind of music (I am stuck in the 80s and 90s) and they got us to dance. Then the fireworks. WOW! It was high quality and lasted longer than expected. The owners are personable and the kind of people you want to make friends with, easy going and professional. If I didnt live so far away, youd find me there every Saturday!!!
Couldnt be more satisfied. We frequent the coast almost every weekend and stop for a lunch or dinner at least 2 times a month. The food is amazing, nothing is ever frozen and is all from scratch. High quality and fresh. The menu items are well thought out pairings. I would recommend the Brussel sprouts to start and prime rib when they have it. The pizza is awesome as well. The owner is super cool and keeps the place super clean. Kids are welcome in there as well. Also over the last few visits Ive noticed the owner added Tesla charging stations so if your thinking about heading to the coast and you own one stop on by for some good eats and a charge.
I actually tried to contact them today to order a case of the Cranberry Cinnamon wine. I live in Colorado, a friend brought me some in May 2015. I have never tasted anything like it, fell in love with it, want more. He said he had a fantastic experience at the Winery and the people were so nice and welcoming. Much to my disappointment and sadness for the owners, I read online that a fire destroyed their business in November 2015. I do hope they are able to rebuild and wish them only success in the future. I will be checking back to see if there are any updates on the rebuild.
We litterally stumbled on to this place. We left the Westpot winery which is not far up the street. We were greeted by Maria (the owner) who poured us a sample of thier cranberry wine before we even asked. They only have 2 wines Cranberry and Cranberry with Cinnamon; both are tastey. They have beer made by Bog Water Brewing which the Rye IPA was quite good. The best thing they sell in my opinion is pizza. This is really good hand made pizza where the crust is thin and crisp and cooked in a real pizza oven. The owners made us feel like family and were the nicest people.
Beer tastings are NOT free, as an above reviewer stated. I suppose they might have been free before, but not anymore. The tasting room is small and uncomfortable. The owners wife poured my husband some of their unimpressive beers, while she seemed forced to make small talk with customers. She was rude and short with almost everyone in the tasting room, including us. My husband is pretty well versed in micro-brews and was really disappointed in their beer. We didnt try the wine, because we wanted to leave as soon as possible.
Absolutely the most under rated place in this entire steak !! Oops I mean the state!!!!! We had the NY & prime and its still dancing on our taste buds!!!! Chris & Jose in the open kitchen are absolutely amazing chefs!!! Yes this simple looking building and cafeteria style seating is everything first class!!!!!!! Absolutely have to try the wine and both beers brewed on site as well !!!!! We cant wait to be back and enjoy the food!!!! Ps!... Maybe seat pads available for request ?