Dallas >Food & Dining > The Wild Turkey
2470 Walnut Hill Ln, Dallas, TX | Directions 7522932.881009 -96.896069
Neighborhoods: Preston Hollow
Y'all need your own Web page ! I love the Wild Turkey and it's atmosphere ! No need to mention the Red Beans & Rice or the oysters ! Gotta love'em !!! Be there soon . It's been awhile !!!
I LOVE THIS PLACE! – MY FIRST NIGHT IN TOWN, GREAT DRINKS, MET SOME AWESOME PEOPLE, DEFINITELY GOING BACK!!!
Some of the worst service I've had anywhere – We walked in with four people and were greeted immediately. While confirming with the bar-tender that we had a party of four, one of the waitstaff was already coming over and showed us immediately to a table a mere 6-8 paces from the cash register and storage area being used by multiple of the waitstaff.
After leaving us with the menus, we decided on beverages and then finished deciding on the various food we wanted as well. After about 5 minutes we had seen the waitstaff pass by numerous times to and from the register and closet. We tried eye contact, waiving them down, eventually combined with verbal hailing ("Excuse me, ma'am" or "sir" as appropriate), etc, and at 10 minutes made sure the menus were all stacked together in a highly visible corner of the table. We set a timer for 5 more minutes and continued to try to get someone to even come talk to us but they would not come any nearer even when just standing talking/laughing among themselves at the register appearing to be otherwise unoccupied.
When we hit 15 minutes of being seated with no drinks and not even a second visit by the waitstaff we all stood up, and the waitstaff just stood there and even smiled and waved as we passed by to leave the building.
The veneer of pleasantness seems to be only thinly covering some deeper unfriendliness and this establishment seems to definitely not be concerned at all about serving unfamiliar faces. We did observe that the regulars seemed to get a fair bit of interaction with the waitstaff as they would go from the register area to talk with them when they waved them over.
If you're not already a regular, probably not worth your time and effort even stopping in.
WORST EXPERIENCE EVER! – I visited The Wild Turkey on Walnut Hill in Dallas, TX Friday, 08/19/11.
It was the worst experience ever!! Our order was taken, and that was it. We never got our food nor did the server come by to check on us. I had to get up several times and ask how long it would be and the answer I kept getting is we'll get your server. The server walked by several times and I would stop her to ask about our order and she'd reply let me check...asked to speak to the manager and his excuse was we are short staffed today. Sir, you are running a food establishement and should be properly prepared for situations such as this. All we ordered was a cup of soup and half a sandwich! Wow. Worst place and service ever. I do not recommend this place to anyone. THe service was horrible, the waitstaff needs to update their trashy look and the manager needs people skill so that he can pass them on the the staff! Save your time and money and go somewhere else!!!
AWFUL PLACE – My family and I went to visit the stupid place last night and it was the most awful place I have ever been to. The owner Rolando Rosales was the biggest looser ever. We felt as if we were being interagated by Customes/INS. The staff was just as bad. We didnt do anything wrong we were there to eat drink and watch the Mavs play and have fun and spend some money but instead we were humiliated and embarrased. I cannot believe that we have such ungrateful people in our society especially doing business with the public in such manner. It is very sad that he alone along with his brother Raynaldo Rosales are hispanics. He for some reason wanted to see all sorts of identification and for what reason I have no clue when it was already given to our waitress. We were to celebrate a birthday party no to give problems. I nor my family and friends will never go back to this place and I will spread the word around.
THE OWNERS DONT CARE ABOUT THE PATRONS!!! – iF YOU WANT TO MEET AN A$$ @HOLE OWNER GO TO THE WILD TURKEY!! ROLANDO DON'T CARE ABOUT THE PATRONS OR THE REGULARS THAT PAYS HIS BILLS AND THEN SOME..... FOOD IS GARBAGE, THE PLACE IS FILTHY AND THE OWNERS AND COOKS NEVER WASH THERE HANDS AFTER GOING TO THE BATHROOM... THE PARKING LOT WAS FULLL SO MY FRIND HAD TO PARK AT THE RDGE OF THERE ESTABLISHMENT AND THE BUSINESS NEXT DOOR, WHEN WE CAME OUT AT 2AM IT WAS TOWED, AND ROLANDO AND RAY THE OWNERS DONT GIVE TO SH!TS ABOUT IT,,, THE RUN OFF THERE BEST WAITSTAFF IF THE GIRLS DONT F @CK ROLANDO, AND THAT IS THE TRUTH!!! i HAVE WITNESS'S AND FRIENDS THAT GOT FIRED BECAUSE OF IT.. WE BEEN GOING THERE FOR ABOUT 5 YRS NOW, I WORK FOR SOUTHWEST AIRLINES AND WE ALWAYS GO THERE, BUT NOT ANYMORE..... SO IF YOU WANT TO GO TO A FLAKE PLACE WHERE HOOD RATS RUN AROUND, AND KIDS UNDER 10 THAT ARE THERE WITH THERE PARENTS AT 1AM GO RIGHT AHEAD AND ENJOY THE DAY CARE SERVICE AND THE ASS @HOLE OWNERS WHO ONLY CARES ABOUT THEM SELVES..... IF YOU WANT A GREAT PLACE WHERE THE LADIES ARE NICE, CHEAP DRINKS AND THE OWNERS AND MANAGERS WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU, TAKE AN EXTRA 15 MINUTE DRIVE NORTH INTO LEWISVILLE AND GO TO RED NECK HEAVEN. RED NECK HEAVEN IS ON THE SOUTYH BOUND SERVICE ROAD NEXT TO TGIF AND THE MALL... F^ CK THE OWNERS AT THE TURKEY, THEY ARE A BUUNCH OF PEICES OF SH!@#@@##
Great Place to Meet; Easy Access – Rolando is the owner and is almost always present and will do almost anything to ensure that you have a good time. The menu is quite eclectic and the place is divided up into 4 different areas each with their own ambiance. Tell Rolando that Phillip sentcha.
Sir Speedy Printing-Walnut Hill
Cabin-like sports bar with patio in north Dallas featuring daily drink specials, full menu, video games and pool tables. – In Short
Built like a log cabin, the walls are wooden inside and out. The two main rooms offer a choice in atmosphere: quieter dining room or sports bar with large and small televisions, and Golden Tee and other video games around pool tables. The long bar displays oysters and shrimp on ice at one end; beer taps at the other. Hamburgers and seafood choices highlight the menu, along with salads, appetizers and Tex-Mex dishes.
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