Woodlands Grill in Westminster, Colorado is a great restaurant. It has great food and service and we will defintely be going back.
I went their last night with my wife, sister in-law, and some friends. We had a blast.
The drink specials were great and innovative, the wine list was quite expansive and many good choices. We had the Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon from Cheateau Ste. Michelle in Washington and the d’Arenberg The Footbolt Shiraz.
Both wines were great, good flavors, and were reasonably priced. We enjoyed them alot.
The food was also great. For appetizers we had the bruschetta and hot spinach-artichoke dip. Both didn’t last long on the table. We enjoyed them quite a bit.
For the main course I had a ceaser salad as a warm-up and the filet of beef tenderloin. The ceaser was wonderful and for $6 you got quite a bit of salad. It probably could have been shared by two people. The beef tenderloin was quite tender and delicious. The fingerling potatoes and fresh asparagus that were served with it were good.
Other entrees that members of our party had were the goat cheese tart, french cut pork chop, and the gemelli pasta with spinach pesto and chicken. Everyone enjoyed their meals. My wife was still raving about her goat cheese tart this morning.
For desert, the selections were equally amazing and delicious. I had the William Tell (an apple cake and cheesecake combination). Delicious. Also getting rave reviews were the other two items that we had. The snowball (a chocolate concoction surrounding white icing) and the bruscheta bread pudding had everyone enjoying desert.
Overall, the Woodlands Grill is an impressive restaurant. We enjoyed it and will be going back. The drink and wine menu were quite expansive and will serve all your needs, there is something for everyone on the menu, and the deserts will leave you breathless.
I would highly recommend the Woodlands Grill for any meal, whether you are out with family, friends, or for business. The service and food will not let you down.