Wildest Restaurant + Bar
About Wildest Restaurant + Bar
Good Food. Good Drinks. Good For You.
Wildest’s dynamic food originates in wild-caught fish, local pasture-raised and grass-fed poultry and beef, as well as plant-based meals that promise to be flavorful options to those who choose to eat meat-free. There are zero hormones and steroids in their proteins, as the restaurant strives to be cruelty free and supports local organic, biodynamic and sustainable farms. Provisions not made in house will be sourced from the coolest epicureans.
When you think of fine dining, these are moments that many think of as only for special occasions or splurges. Not at Wildest where casual fine dining is an experience anyone can go to on a regular basis. We want people to come consecutively to see that our dining experience can be a cure to ensure a healthy life.
Based on a belief in the marriage of food and wine, Bill Hay who has been collecting French wines for a majority of his life will be carefully curating our wines from Europe over multiple decades, as well as wines from California and throughout the world. These outstanding and uncommon wines can be enjoyed in one of the few wine rooms in the desert available for private wine dinners. The wine list by glass will also not be common or boring.
With its origins in the dreams of Denise Dubarry-Hay “Wildest” will still be making a majority of its content in house. This includes juices, kombucha, and fermented ingredients… that will also be included in handcrafted cocktails and creations of inspired mixologists. The plant-based proteins are also made in house, so the “impossible burger” is now possible, but with locally sourced ingredients. In addition, similar to the Wynn Hotel, whatever healthy means to you, you can simply order off a carefully crafted menu sensitive to different dietary goals without having to ask for plant-based options, non-alcoholic cocktails, or gluten free options… you can simply order them off the menu.
No detail has been overlooked in the design theme of extinct wild animals, an homage to Denise, and the creation of the award-winning Jeffrey Jones and Steven Love of Egg and Dart and the execution of Terrance Ross Construction to create an elegant, hip and comfortable environment.
Charissa Farley, who many people know from construction, has also been interested in ethno-botany, plant-based nutrition and nutritional science for years. She was asked to be on the advisory board for the original restaurant and is deeply committed to keeping the vision of healthy food choices alive.
Additionally, Wildest’s unique cuisine, is not just available on El Paseo. It will come to you. They have a kitchen dedicated primarily for catering, and will be offering pop up satellite corporate events as well as accommodating any event you can dream up.
Casual fine dining that is entirely based on healthy nutrition is the future. When we look all around us, we see so many people with health problems. What if incredibly tasty food can gain 10 to 20 years of vibrant life by just eating properly? And what if it was served in an incredibly fun vibe with great friends. It is their hope you will be enjoying many of your Wildest moments with them.
Please go to the website WildestRestaurant.com for the take-out and in-house menu.