It's been said many times, the Wild Flower is the Midwest's answer to a Greenwich Village hot spot; a charming atmosphere combined with a creative and delectable menu. As Spring and Summer arrive, be sure not to miss another "off the menu feature" of this metropolitan eatery — people watching on the CWE's largest street side patio. There truly is something for everyone at the Wild Flower.
The Wild Flower Loft is a charming banquet facility located in the Central West End and perfect for hosting corporate events, rehearsal dinners or wedding receptions. If you are looking for a reception site to host an elegant, more intimate affair, our private party room is perfect for your needs. Our facility is located on the upper floor of the Wild Flower Restaurant and has a seated capacity of 140 - 150. Sophistication and elegance is not something you pay extra for at the Wild Flower
Our Concept: A combination of different world cuisines with eclectic salads and small plates, ultimately creating a menu with a uniquely fresh accent – enhanced by locally grown and organic produce and a 300-bottle wine list.
The space makes a bold statement. From the vibrant décor to the intriguing open kitchen, this 180-seat dining showplace will delight you with artistic culinary creations for breakfast and dinner.
The centerpiece of the restaurant is the coveted Chef’s Table. With seats for up to eight guests, it is an intimate venue for enjoying custom meals or five-course tastings. Like the Eau Bistro menu, these tastings are offered on a nightly basis and change regularly.
For private gatherings the Wine Room at Eau Bistro accommodates up to 40 guests in gracious style. This space is perfect for dinner meetings, rehearsal dinners and celebrations. Please contact Eau Bistro in regards to booking the Wine Room for your next event!
We look forward to welcoming you and your guests to The Bistro!
"The extensive menu at this popular restaurant-delicatessen features such specialty breakfasts as lox platters, Idaho trout, and corned beef hash, along with blintzes, croissants, French toast and omelets."