Located at 17253 New College Road, near the intersection of Hwys. 109 and 100, Wildwood Pub & Grill offers a casual dining experience in a fun sports environment. Co-owned by Jeff Allee and Steve Lange, the 8,300-square-foot restaurant opened its doors six years ago and has been pleasing customers ever since.
The family-friendly restaurant boasts a variety of menu items – from burgers and pizza to salads and wraps to pulled pork and baby back ribs.
“We have great burgers, pizza and steak,” Allee said.
But patrons won’t want to skip the appetizers. Favorites include fried pickles, quesadillas, potato skins, pepper jack cheese cubes, nachos and onion rings. Can’t choose just one? Try the Sampler Platter which includes four appetizers.
Looking for a healthier option? The grill features several speciality salads like the Southwest Blackened Chicken Salad, which is made with petite, whole-leaf European lettuce and topped with black beans, corn, sour cream, pico de gallo, cheddar cheese and chips. Other starters include freshly made cups of chili or homemade soups, like loaded potato soup.
The pub also is known for its exceptional barbecue. Allee said the pub smokes its meat for hours in apple and cherrywood chips, and then tops it with a special, mouth-watering homemade barbecue sauce. Restaurant patrons can choose from pulled barbecue chicken or pork, beef brisket or baby back ribs.
Wildwood Pub & Grill also offers kid-friendly food like mac and cheese, chicken strips and rings, grilled cheese and French fries for a very reasonable price.
In addition to the delicious food, Wildwood Pub & Grill features great entertainment. In fact, on July 18, the restaurant will host a concert in its parking lot. Dr. Zhivegas will take the stage at 6:45 p.m. as part of the Wildwood summer concert series. Concertgoers can listen to some great music while enjoying drink specials and specialty barbeque items.
This summer, Wildwood Pub & Grill also will host live music on Thursday and Saturday nights on its outdoor patio. A complete entertainment schedule can be found online at wildwoodpubandgrill.com.
Customers also can play a round of golf – in the bar. Wildwood Pub & Grill has four PGA Tour-endorsed simulators in the pub that allow golfers to play 54 real courses including Pebble Beach and St. Andrews. Golfers must be at least 21.
“Just bring your golf clubs,” Allee said.
Golf fanatics can sign up to rent the simulator by the hour to play with friends or practice. The pub also hosts a league and tournaments throughout the year.
Not into golf? Grab a beer and check out the current game on one of the flat-screen televisions. The restaurant has 16 different kinds of beer on tap, along with specialty drinks.
A party room that seats up to 60 and catering delivered to your home or business round out the options offered by the friendly staff at Wildwood Pub & Grill.
“We serve quality, delicious food in a family-friendly, neighborhood environment,” Allee said.