Wild Wood Pizza
Wild Wood is all about wholesome, fresh and delicious pizza. A place where you’ll find outstanding food, great beer, and a sommelier-curated wine list— but none of the of the pretension that usually comes with it.
A beer hall, a wine lounge, a pizzeria- we are all of those things. We have 30 beers and 6 wines/sangrias on draft. All of our 100+ wines are Italian or Italian varietals. Our cocktail program focuses on classic Italian ingredients with housemade limoncellos, bitters, and appertifs.
Great atmosphere. We only ordered salad and pizza, but it was fast and delicious. Would definitely visit again.
This was our first time a Wild Wood. We both thought the decor was good along with table spacing. The food was very tasty, the beer selection good, the wine selection ok. We had the “balls of glory” which definitely live up to the hype. I had the four meat pizza, again very tasty. My wife built her own and while tasty she was disappointed with skimpy toppings as she expected more.
We’ll be back for a second try and certainly would recommend Wild Wood.
Amazing beer list and delicious pizza! Will definitely go back!
Nice and open spot in a great location for families and date nights. Service was great and food yummy.
Great location! Nice to enjoy a quick meal right before a movie. We thought the drinks/beer/wine were overpriced. Pizza crust was burnt. 2 people, a beer a piece, a salad each and 1 small 10 inch personal pizza...total $85.00 not including tip. More than we expected to pay for pizza and a beer.
Service was great!
The Slow Burn pizza was 100%, but Margherita pizza was meh. The room was too bright and that hurt the ambiance. Waiter and overall customer service was fantatsic.
Overall, a good menu selection that reflects items from some of the sister restaurants (i.e. meatballs). However, we were disappointed in the flavor of the pizza crust. Meaning, it had no flavor. Maybe this is by design but it we were let down by it. If they can improve this aspect then they will certainly do well. I wish I could give a higher recommendation because I do want them to succeed, but the crust "makes" the pizza...
Killer beer list. Best beer Selection in Loudoun. Great spot.
We went on their grand opening night, so there were some service hiccups. However, the food was very good. I got the Farmer's Harvest pizza and really liked it. The squash should have been cooked a bit more, and the dough needed some salt, but besides that it was wonderful. I also really like the ambiance- it's polished but fun with an urban theme. The large windows make for a beautiful view of the Village at Leesburg during the day and at night (with the lights on the trees). Staff was friendly. I can't wait to go back and try the other pizza flavors.
Dinner was mediocre unfortunately. We wanted to be impressed but the pizza crust was tasteless, my meatball sandwich was cold because it was sitting up on a counter waiting for the pizza to be ready. My sons pizza came out a full 5 minutes after our food came to the table and the bottom was almost black with char. Server was attentive but asked me for my order 2x, after he already took it. He said they had no unsweetened iced tea, then it turned out they did and when asked for sweetener he brought a handful of raw sugar packets. When we asked again for Splenda or something like that, he said they didn’t have it and then, again, showed up with a handful of packets of Splenda. He was sweet and trying but didn’t seem to be well versed in what they had or where to find it. Hopefully it gets better with a little more time. The one highlight was that the pepperoni on my husbands pizza tasted great!
Wild Wood is off to a very fine start. Very pleasant staff, very good pizza, and surprisingly nice wine list for a pizza place. Nice mix of couples and families. Will definitely return.
Three of us went to wild Wood Pizza tonight and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. The place was packed, so I’m glad we had a reservation. The service was friendly and timely. All three of us enjoyed our various pizzas. It ties with my other favorite pizza place in Northern Virginia. This is wonderful because we live across the street from the village center in Leesburg and were hoping for a good pizzeria that we could walk to. The space between Cobb theater and the Indian restaurant is ideal, looking out the large windows down the main drag. There’s a feeling of energy unmatched elsewhere in the center. The clientele is a lot of families with a lot of singles and couples closer to the bar.
Pizza was good. They made us 6” pizzas so we could each have an individual pizza instead of having to figure out one to share. Great price on the pizzas too!
An interesting selection of pizzas. We found the crust to be needing more flavor.
It may not be fair to review a restaurant based on a Valentine Day's experience, but unfortunately that's when we visited. Our challenge was that we paired the dinner reservation with a 7:30 movie at Cobb Theater next door. We warned our server as soon as we sat down so that she knew our time restrictions. By 7:15 our pizza had not yet arrived and we were getting nervous. Our server soon stopped by our table to state "I'm watching closely, it's just about ready" which made us feel better. But five minutes later, the manager came to our table and told a very different story. The manager explained that our pizza was still waiting its turn to enter the wood fired oven and there was no chance that it would be available in time for our movie. To make amends, she waived the cost of our drinks and offered us a free cheese pizza that had recently come out of the oven. This seemed like a reasonable recovery to a busy night, but it was truly one of the worst cheese pizzas that we have ever eaten. I'll admit that we threw most of it away. It seems really, really hard to mess up a cheese pizza. It had hardly any sauce and very little cheese. It was basically a circle of bread. On a completely different note, I was also annoyed with their beer list which did not annotate the size of their drafts (10, 12 or 16 oz). The prices were fairly high with most of the beers being $7-10 a pour. So when the pour turns out to be a 10 oz snifter, that seems a little excessive. And the beer was only 6.2% ABV, which doesn't normally warrant a short pour. We realize that they are fairly new, so hopefully this doesn't represent their standard experience and we will enjoy a nicer evening in the future.
Never received food nor a reason for why - Made a reservation for Valentine's Day for our family of 6. I made allowances for third night open and a busy evening for the holiday but we sat at our table for over an hour and only received the salad that we ordered. Our server told us several times that our pizza was almost ready but nothing. The pizza making area was clearly struggling but pizzas were coming out, just not ours. After an hour of waiting, we approached the Host. He was absolutely clueless as to what status our order was in or what had happened. Literally "deer in the headlights", although he did apologize. But really, not even a "I'll make sure your pizzas are the next to be cooked" or anything. He did say that we didn't have to pay for our salad but off we went. Chick-fil-A hadn't been the plan for the evening but at least we got our food!!
Wild Wood Pizza offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at (703) 443-1600.
Wild Wood Pizza is rated 4 stars by 16 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.