Rusty Grape Vineyard, Battle Ground
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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This is the most terrible wine I had in a long time . Let me be clear the winery is not some gorgeous Tuscan place , it's several small buildings that are old but kept clean . I tried 3 reds and 3 whi... read more »
My daughter and I happened upon this delightful spot as we drove from Portland to Seattle. We enjoyed delicious red wine along with a chacutterie plate and baked brie. This was plenty of food for two.... read more »
Outstanding pizza and service, we have never been disappointed, this is our go to place for out of town friends
Wow...most unpleasant experience EVER! The drive up to the wine house started the whole experience; run down grape vines along a gravel road, grass (more like weeds) hadn't been mowed, crap along the side of the wine house that made it look like a run-down shack, the worst wine I've ever tasted, warm beer, and it took over an hour to get our food!!! The area to watch a movie was so crowded you had to walk all over people's blankets to get to the bathroom (two bathrooms for over 300 people!), and there were only two lines for drinks (those lines were at least 50 people long at all times!). Never again! I have better things to do with my time!!!! Go to Betheny's Vineyard in Ridgefield...a fabulous vineyard experience!
First timers. My husband and I were very pleased with the friendliness of all the staff. Especially SeaAiras upbeat personality. The food and family atmosphere was refreshing.
So I have called 5 times during your hours of operation... ARE YOU GONNA ANSWER YOUR DAMN PHONE??? HELLO!!! Is this thing on???
We live in the area and as far as we can tell...there is not one once of consideration for the people that are living near by! As a residence living here first, searching for the country quite...they started a business with not respect for their neighbors...hell they do not even grow their own grapes! Rusty Grape is living a lie. The house is an eye sore...why the whole place is an eye sore!!! Drive by and see the porch falling on the ground...see the poor excuse of a gravel drive that goes up by said eye sore. You need four wheel drive to go up it. Good neighbors not...property values have gone done for the people living close by.....Yea the M and M boys called that mess...sad.
Called ahead to see if there was space for our party of 4 + one 5 year old. We were told "it's a little busy but plenty of seating." Drove straight there, only to find out there wasn't a single place to sit (we were later told it had been that way all day). This was our first time there, so we didn't know the layout-- but there wasn't a single sign or staff member to explain where to go or what to do. We spent thirty minutes wondering around trying to figure out where to sit and how to order food. When we finally got through a very long line of unhappy people, we were told that the kitchen was really backed up on food-- when we asked how long, first we got a snotty answer ("Two years" said one of the cooks). Then we were told, "MAYBE after an HOUR they might be able to START our order." We were just ordering a pizza, just like everyone else in the place. We'd already been there for over half an hour and had a 5 year old... Plus, we'd driven up from Vancouver after being told there was space, so we were pretty pissed--- had to go somewhere else to eat after driving all the way up there. I've worked in the restaurant industry for a long time so I know a bit about it-- and the impression that I got was that a family who happened to own a winery decided to open a restaurant to increase business-- but they had no idea how to run a restaurant.. There was ZERO staff on hand to do basic things like seat guests or explain that you had to order food at the bar, get it yourself, seat yourself, etc. They had understaffed the kitchen also and the small kitchen facilities couldn't handle the volume-- but for some reason, they were investing in expanding the seating.... They were running the restaurant like a fast-food joint-- offering no service and self-ordering at the counter-- but who wants to go to a fast-food facility when they are visiting a winery??!? I mean, I literally couldn't find a DRINK menu-- (in a winery!) The desperately needed a hostess (or at least a sign explaining their system). I'd highly recommend paying a few servers minimum wage+tips to make the dining experience a luxurious one, rather than a confusing and infuriating experience. Instead, there were just a few of the family's kids running around trying to refill water pitchers. At the very least, I would have appreciated them just being honest with me and telling me they were busy. That would have saved me the trip and frustrating experience.
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