Thursday, December 1, 2011

Eagle Rock Comedy Festival!

Stop by Wildwood next Thursday night (12/8) to enjoy funny people by the warmth of our wood fire. Entry is free. Wood-fired snacks are a cash-only pittance. $5 two-for-one pulled pork sliders. $10 personal wood-fired pizzas. Boutique adult beverages too. Support local artists while you eat local food!  

For more information on the festival, click here.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Post-Block Party Blues

If you couldn't make it out to the super success that was the Eagle Rock Block Party this past weekend, please don't fret: we've still got some truly unique culinary items that promise to ease the stress of your holiday shopping, make you feel good for supporting small business, and bring joy to the receiver and his or her kitchen all the year long.  Click on the link above for our holiday shopping newsletter, or check out the website for even more gift ideas.

Happy shopping!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Eagle Rock Block Party!

The Eagle Rock Block Party is already a week from tomorrow, and we here at Wildwood plan to pull more than a few rabbits out of the oven---though not literally this time, as we'll likely be slow roasting a pork shoulder.  

Stop by on the 26th between noon and 9pm for complimentary wood-fired nosh, local libations, and fun culinary demonstrations every hour on the hour.  Chef Michael Gerard will wow the crowd with lessons in everything from Brazilian BBQ to marshmallow trees.  The tunes will be flowing, the shopping will be local, and Yelp will have a photo booth in our front yard!  

Check out more details on Facebook and Patch and we hope to see you there!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

New eats in our neighboring neighborhood!

First, our favorite pastrami-centric neighbor The Oinkster got an Italian sibling with Maximiliano, the latest from Chef Andre Guerrero, and we've long been meaning to stop in and try the classics everyone's been raving about, e.g. Margarita and Spumoni.  Then the owners of Eagle Rock's very own Mia Sushi gave ol' Marty's a makeover to open Cafe Lobos, another Highland Park hotspot offering all kinds of tasty comfort food.  Macaroni and cheese bar?  Yes, please.  And now as of yesterday, The Eastsider reports that the restaurant formerly known as Timbo's will soon reopen as Garvanza's Comida Por La Vida come December, a locally-owned eatery that plans to serve "Latin eclectic mix of foods from all regions."  So if you're still dining under the misconception that you need to drive to the westside, think again.  (And fyi: if you need us, we'll be in Highland Park.)

Monday, November 14, 2011

What's Cooking for the 2011 Holiday Season!

The holidays are upon us again, and that means Wildwood works twice as hard to make this busy time of year go as smoothly as possible for you.  After all, we do a lot more than build ovens.  We're here to host your holiday gatherings, offer unique gift ideas and stocking stuffers, and breathe new life into your classic holiday meals.  Check out our holiday newsletter for more information on how Wildwood can heat up your holiday this year.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Wildwood is having a SALE!

This doesn't happen very often, but Wildwood is offering a pre-holiday sale on our most popular items: 20% off our precast ovens and fireplaces.    These kits are a cinch to assemble, and they're designed to be easily customizable to fit your style and needs.  Order by December 1st, 2011 to receive this sizzling discount and make a hearth in your home.  Call us at 323.255.6578 for more details!

Santa Monica gets a new soul.

Eater reported yesterday that Chef Andrew Kirschner will open his new restaurant, Tar & Roses, in Santa Monica by early December, and we're particularly excited by the following details: "we're told that the 'soul' of the restaurant is its wood-burning oven.  Kirschner plans to burn a slew of different woods (almond, apple, olive, oak, walnut) to impart flavor on food, and every day the menu will list the daily choice of wood."  Wildwood can't wait to taste the results.  Kudos, Kirschner!