January Specials – Limited Time!

Baby, it’s cold outside! The only reason to leave the house in the middle of a Minnesota winter is to try the flavor-explosion of January specials at Wildwood. We went all out to create unique, mouth-watering dishes that you can’t find anywhere else. Stop into our Rochester or Byron location and experience what the Wildcrew cooked up this month!

Monday: Avocado Bruschetta Toast

Grilled French Bread with Seasoned Avocado Pulp, Shredded Lettuce, Cherry Tomatoes, Fresh Mozzarella, and Balsamic Glaze

$9.99

Tuesday: Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

We got rid of the Pasta for this one! We take Oven-Roasted Cauliflower and toss with our Homemade Smoky Cheese Sauce.

$8.99

Wednesday: Honey-Garlic Chicken Pile-Up

Grilled Chicken Breast tossed in a Thai-inspired Honey Garlic Sauce on a bed of Lettuce, Tomatoes, Carrots, and Onions. Served with Crispy Breaded and Fried Cauliflower and extra sauce for dipping.

$10.99

Thursday: Mushroom and Onion Frittata

Fresh Sautéed Mushrooms with Sweet Onions in a 3-egg Frittata with Fresh Mozzarella and Créme Fraîche

$8.99

Friday: Shrimp Pesto Salad

Sautéed Shrimp tossed with fresh Pesto sauce and served over a bed of Crisp Greens

$13.99

Saturday: Korean Meatball Sandwich

Garlic, Ginger, and Sriracha seasoned Meatballs on a toasted Bahn Mi inspired Roll with Carrots, Cilantro, Cucumber, and Red Onion with a spicy Apricot Aioli

$11.99

Sunday: Kids Eat Free

Kids eat free! Ask your server for details.

Try our Beer of the Month: Castle Cream Ale. As with all Castle Danger beers, they start with a flavor profile, then expand upon it to create something unique. Castle Cream is their version of a cream ale. Deep gold in color, it has a soft malty aroma, slightly sweet creamy texture with a balanced bitterness, while finishing smooth and clean.

Flavors and Aromas: Honey, biscuit, caramel, slight hop spice

Malts: Pilsen, Light Munich, Caramel 10, Flaked Corn

Hops: German Hallertau, Hersbrucker, Tettnang

Check out what’s currently on tap in Rochester and Byron.