Teakwoods Tavern & Grill Menu

  • Breakfast
  • Starters
  • Homemade Soup
  • Salads
  • Wings
  • Teakwood's Signature Lavosh
  • Sliders
  • Dinner Entrees
  • Teaks Burgers
  • Chicken Sandwiches
  • Specialties
  • Main Dishes
  • Favorites
  • Sides
  • Kids Menu

Healthy Meal suggestions for Teakwoods Tavern & Grill

  • Breakfast
  • Starters
  • Homemade Soup
  • Salads
  • Wings
  • Teakwood's Signature Lavosh
  • Sliders
  • Dinner Entrees
  • Teaks Burgers
  • Chicken Sandwiches
  • Specialties
  • Main Dishes
  • Favorites
  • Sides
  • Kids Menu
  • Dawn B.

    One of my favorite places as they never disappoint! The Blanco lavosh was a special today that really must be added to the menu. Fantastic and not soggy!!!! The veg lavosh is my favorite - or should I say was my favorite until I had this one! Brought family with us who are visiting from both NJ and CA....they really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. Candlestick Carver and the gyro were fast favorites. Seasonal beers hit the spot!

    (5)
  • Alex B.

    Reminds me of a place back home in Ohio called Brass Pelican. Peanut shells on the floor and great food. I always get the honey BBQ hot wings traditional styles and grilled. I always can catch a game on one of the dozen televisions. And the waitress is always nice and great on the eyes. If you're looking for great food with out the restaurant uptight styling, this is your place. Nice and relaxed. And always great people and food!

    (5)
  • Nichole K.

    We went for the happy hour and the many who said the wings were fantastic. Not much of a happy hour menu, really just a couple of items which was surprising, but the wings made up for it. We had the el hefe wings which were amazing (we also had the chicken tacos which were yummy). We aren't locals and had I known how good the wings are, would of just ordered more of them. I would be promoting those and making happy hour all about them!

    (4)
  • Dean R.

    Ate here the other night for the first time. Place is a lot of fun. Plenty of tv's with sports on. Had wings which were real good also had sausage and peppers which was excellent. We will definitely be going back.

    (4)
  • Brian N.

    Food was great but service was horrible.. We had a waiter and waitress ( must be shadowing) and during the hour we were there, we saw them 3 times.. I finished my beer halfway through appetizer and never saw anyone till I personally flagged down person for bill ( server 164)... Would have ordered more food and drinks but can't when no one comes around... I did see them standing by kitchen area doing nothing but service must not be priority here.. beware

    (1)
  • Sarah A.

    The bartenders make this place! They are just awesome, without interrupting you every 5 minutes! I also LOVE the tacos and wings!

    (5)
  • Br O.

    The best wings in the Valley hands down!!!! But you have to get them Grilled and I had Garlic. The size of the wings are so much better than other places not anorexic chickens here like at wild wings or hooters. Their choice of sauces are good they could expand but have a great selection now and all very tasty. I have also had their burgers, chicken sandwich, and French dip and all were really good. Plus they have TOTS yes back to grade school we go and their crisp and hot :)

    (5)
  • Bradley T.

    Upon arriving in the valley to start my new journey, Teskwoods was the first place I went to try out. Walking in a seeing peanut shells all over the floor, I knew that this was my kind of place. But again, I'm pretty easy to please. The wings were okay. They had an okay selection of beer. The buffalo chicken sandwich is what won my heart. That being said, I will always make time to come back here. If friends are visiting from out of town, I make sure we stop here for lunch/dinner.

    (4)
  • Maureen H.

    Ahh...I should learn. Sundays at the bar means being run out by the regulars and politely ignored by the bar staff in favor of said regulars. Food is consistently good, just need to stick to the tables.

    (2)
  • Caitlin E.

    Went to Teakwoods for the first time tonight and will definitely be back. We started with the wings in El Hefe and Jess Jess, and they were honestly the best wings I've ever had. The flavor was incredible, the meat was quality, and they were just perfect overall. For our main course, my dining companion got the Carver- basically a French dip with green chiles and horseradish mayo. It was perfect and I had serious food envy. I had the veg head lavosh, which was really good and had a ton of artichoke hearts (always a positive). The service was great. Everyone from the manager to the food runner was friendly, and our server was particularly good. I loved the vibe of this place, and the food is top-notch. Will definitely be back and plan to eat my body weight in wings.

    (5)
  • Travis G.

    The wings off the handle !!!!!!!especially grilled! We love thus place!

    (5)
  • Bryan B.

    Breakfast on the weekends. Lunch, Dinner, football games. Big portions, friendly staff, a lot of tv's. Come on what else do you need? Oh, peanuts. Yep on the table. Lol

    (5)
  • Mag B.

    We love Teakwoods. This is our favorite spot for wings, drinks, and assortment of great food. The service here is great too. If you love wings, try Teakwoods!

    (4)
  • Chheng L.

    Great wings. Unique flavor. They are fried, sauced and then grilled. The Jess Jess are topped with blue cheese crumbles and probably my favorite. Burgers are nice & juicy. Happy hour & reverse HH offers pretty good deals on drinks but very limited food items. If they offered their wings (instead of boneless) for a deal during HH, I'd come here more often.

    (4)
  • Emily K.

    3 stars because we are frequent customers. Would have been 5 but tonight we had Kelsie (server 164) as our waitress and she was not a good representative for Teakwoods. Waited for at least 10 minuted before she came to the table after we were seated. She wasn't friendly and seemed impatient. Took a bit to get 1 draft beer and a hack & coke(on special). Got food which is always great here ( see 3 stars). Another round of drinks and then she took our plates and brought the bill w/out asking us if we wanted anything else. Waited at least 10 more minutes to see if we could get another drink and she had disappeared. Finally asked hostess to take our bill. Kelsie must be interested in vacating the premises. Sorry for trying to enjoy Teakwoods on a Friday night. It wasn't even 10 when we left. :(

    (3)
  • S B.

    Our entire family is sad that this place has come to the end of it's era. We went tonight and had a completely different experience than we've had the past 15 years. Apparently, it has been bought out by someone else. They no longer have curly fries (OMG), the chicken tenders are scrawny, the salads were lackluster, and they don't even have the oreos for the kids anymore. The soda had no carbonation and when I asked about it, they said they checked and it was normal. Completely flat soda. We had years of memories there but that is the end. :(

    (2)
  • Chris N.

    Had a living social deal, it was about to expire, and I wanted to use it. Unfortunately, it didn't apply for take out. The girl who answered rudely informed me. I checked the coupon and nowhere did it say "dine in only" or "not for take out". I called back and spoke with Ryan, the manager, who was nice enough to let us use the coupon anyway. The fun doesn't end there! I drove down there with my wife and daughter, and my wife ran in to grab the food. As she grabbed the food, not 10 feet from her, talking to another server, the rude girl from earlier said (try and imagine this in your best snotty little 20 something bratty voice) "ugh, I TOLD that guy it didn't apply to take out, I don't know WHY he talked to management about it." And rolled her eyes. All of this in front of my polite, sweet wife who did nothing wrong. I have been here multiple times with my parents, who are regulars at this bar. The food is great, but after this, I will NEVER return here. And you probably shouldn't go here either if you want to use a groupon or a living social or anything like that. Because they treat you like YOU'RE an asshole. Short version? Don't use a coupon because if you do, they'll treat you like crap.

    (1)
  • J S.

    My hubby and I took the kids there and sat outside during happy hour. The service was great, they had decent HH specials on both drinks and food. The kids had fun with the peanuts. We were the only ones outside and our server did a great job of remembering we were out there. I think it would have been pretty pricey to have a full dinner there, but the HH specials made it affordable with 3 kids.

    (4)
  • Carol S.

    Always a great experience, great food.

    (4)
  • Steve M.

    we recently moved into the neighborhood and Teakwoods has quickly become one of our favorites for lunch and drinks. We do have to take away one star based on there breakfast not as good as there wings and salads.

    (4)
  • Nick P.

    This place is like any other in the Gilbert area. Not a good bar, not a good restaurant, but a mediocre place trying to be both. It has very few dinner specials and a poor beer selection. I considered leaving after I looked at the menu. But I was starving and they had peanuts. The food was OK, the service was nice and pretty quick but the place was empty. I won't be returning here.

    (2)
  • D B.

    Teakwoods is one of our favorite casual places to go. The Friday fried fish special is very good. The fish tacos are great too. Awesome wings. Free peanuts.

    (4)
  • Jennifer V.

    Our go-to spot for wings, for sure! My family can take some heat, so we usually get an order of HOT and an order of THAI CINA, which has honey hot sauce with fresh basil and red pepper flakes...ask for them "sloppy" to get extra saucy goodness! Every single thing I've ordered over the years has been top-notch in quality and flavor. Some standouts are: Ultimate BLT (with a fries green tomato for the T!), Jack Not Jill, Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, Topless Roast Beef Dinner, Tekas Touch 'Em All. Oh, and their fried zucchini is outstanding!

    (5)
  • Kayleigh S.

    Meh. I've loved the other Teakwood (on Ray Rd.) for a long time and can't say enough good things about it. This one is no where near as good. The food is still very good but the service is awful. I've gone twice and both times were not busy but service was extremely slow. I waited a very long time for basic things like more water, the check, etc. I recommend the Teakwood on Ray Rd. but not this one.

    (2)
  • Larry S.

    Always good food at moderate prices. Been to a couple of the locations and have not been disappointed. Will keep going back.

    (4)
  • Wowezow E.

    The wings here are awesome. This is a fun place to take kids, too. Very casual and loud.

    (5)
  • Vanessa N.

    I honestly was not impressed with their award winning wings. They were too small, barely covered in sauce, and even the sauce was nothing impressive. The bad tasting ice over powered the flavor of my sons Shirley temple. But service was great, environment was fun, lots of different shows on the tv's. I could see coming here for drinks with the crew would be fun here :)

    (3)
  • Joanne T.

    Food is mediocre. Menu is intriguing because it's definitely a twist on your average bar food, but the three times I've tried it, dishes were bland and boring. Not bad, just boring.

    (3)
  • Red C.

    Two words.... Adult Milkshake. They use real ice cream in their milkshakes. My favorite is Oreo cookie with chocolate vodka. I only trust them to make them. And I know how much of a pain in the butt that they are to make. In the time it takes to make one shake they could serve 20 regular tap beverages. I thank you teakwoods. Whenever I need a treat (and it's only a few times a year) this is it. The lavosh is also amazing here. I always pick their daily special. Last one I had was a Tuscan veggie lavosh with white sauce. So yummy, and perfectly portioned when shared. Oh and the boyfriend and I shared nachos a while back with chili on top. Chili nachos... drool! I wish I could have treats like this more often, but it is probably a good thing we are only here one every few months. It's not the closest place to us but we always seem to end up here all gross (after moving, yard work, painting, house work etc.) I like that it's casual and really laid back. Free peanuts are the best!

    (4)
  • Kristin H.

    This place is great. I like the laid back atmosphere and the fact that the offer groupons and deals frequently. The food has always been good, the drinks are gigantic (which is great because I like a lot to drink with my meals), and the service is always pleasant and consistent. My only complaint is that sometimes it's way too loud and I can barely have a conversation with my boyfriend across the table. The place is family friendly so there's always a lot of kids screaming/crying/dropping things and the TVs when football is on are sometimes loud.

    (5)
  • Erik A.

    Decent sports grill. There is always a crowd so you know the place must be popular with the locals. The place does tend to get a bit loud as it starts to fill up. Be prepared to talk over everyone else. I have been here a handful of times. The food is good... with the exception of my most recent time (1/4/2013) I went. You can't go wrong with the wings. As a wing connoisseur, these are pretty good. Also, based on reading others reviews here on Yelp, you definitely can't go wrong with the Pretzel Sticks as an appetizer. You get 7 sticks with a side of cheese sauce. It could be a meal in and of itself. I also did have the bacon double cheeseburger lavosh my past visit on 1/4/2013. Although it did not taste that bad going down, there was something with it that did not agree with my innards. Let's just say that the leftovers I did have immediately went into the trash. I'm hoping that this was just one dish and not a trend of things to come. No bashing on Teakwoods though. I will go back on occasion and try other things on the menu. I am hoping the one bad dish does not outweigh the other good ones that I have had. And as a tip, if you go for the fish & chips, make sure you get there early. The last time I went and tried to order it at 7pm on a Friday night, there were none left.

    (3)
  • Holly H.

    Today was the first time (and the last, for the foreseeable future) that I've eaten here. when i called in my order, the receptionist was rude; she acted as though she was doing me a favor by taking my order. once i finally got my food, the fries were cold and limp and just really gross. my turkey sandwich was on the gross side as well, with soggy bread and warm lettuce... not good. the only saving grace was the chicken enchilada soup... that was downright heavenly. everything else, however, was dang near inedible.

    (1)
  • Carlos A.

    One of my favorite pub-style places. The food is always really good, and they have some really specials sometimes. There's a wide variety of wing flavors available, all of them really great. The lavosh pizza is excellent. Decent beer selection, good service, and unlimited peanuts in the shell.

    (4)
  • Courtney C.

    Teakwood's is one of my favorite places in Gilbert! The beer selection is always good and they show different sports/games on different TVs. There is always good people watching at the bar and if you sign up for their email and text alerts you get great coupons like two for one meals and half off drinks. Some of my favorites are the Buffalo Chicken Wrap and the Crispy Chicken Salad....but the best menu item is an appetizer... The Cheese curds are BOMB!!! They are served with jalapeño ranch that is not spicy but adds an awesome flavor to an already awesome appetizer!

    (5)
  • Moir A.

    I gave them a 4 star for their great wings. Our waitress was excellent and was sympathetic about a soggy BLT. We're definitely coming back. I want more pretzel bread to soak up the wing sauce.

    (4)
  • Forrest V.

    This place is great. The fish and chips and fish tacos are phenomenal. I also love their BBQ wings grilled. Beer is good, service is great, and all the peanuts you can eat. The patio is great to sit at when the weather cools down and this is a great spot if your a football fan. I highly recommend this place/

    (5)
  • A I.

    Stopped in for dinner on a Friday evening. There was about a 15 minute wait for a table. They had an area out front to wait so it wasn't bad. The place was really busy which is a good sign I think. The service was wonderful. I had the mac n cheese and it was seriously the best I've ever had. I used to go to the House of Brews for mac n cheese but they are closed now and I'm so glad I decided to have it at Teakwoods because it is THE BEST! I will definitely be back soon.

    (5)
  • Lee M.

    Tuesday nights, my sweetie and I have a standing date at Teaks. We sit at the bar because Julie's there. She knows what we like and has it sitting in front of us before our bottoms get settled on the bar stools. Teaks is a comfortable place that reminds me of the Cheers bar from TV fame. My husband and I feel like family there and usually end up there at least twice a week. The food is consistently good, especially the Southern Thang burger and the Ultimate BLT sandwich.

    (5)
  • The P.

    Food was good, however a little pricey for a grill. The Service could use some help. We joined a large party for a celebration (about 15 of us) and it only took the Server about 25 minutes to get our beverages, had to ask her if she was going to bring them - couldn't understand the delay. The woman sitting across from us asked us to please grab on to the Server because she had asked for a glass of water several times and the Waitress didn't bring it. It is LOUD here, hard to visit with anyone sitting at our table. If you have a peanut allergy, stay away, peanut shells are discarded on table & floors. Management either needs to schedule more staff at this crowded, loud sports bar or get new help - although there was not a wait,( think we had the tail end of the happy hour crowd). We didn't see the attraction and won't be back.

    (3)
  • William H.

    Great place! It's the beer I come for. They have an excellent peach beer that is perfect. Not too sweet or to starch. Perfect blend. Along with there pretzel and cheese appetizers I recommend!

    (4)
  • Marianne H.

    Potato Lovers Unite!!! Sandwiches come with your choice of steak fries, string fries, curly seasoned fries, or tater tots. YUM! There's some other options, but I want fried spuds when I go to a sports bar. I ordered the Philly Cheesesteak, and it was huge!!! Food was good, and service was fast. Only one drawback: They charged me an extra 50 cents for a side of ranch. Really? Boo.

    (4)
  • Jim R.

    Good food as always. Ordered a hop knot tasted like short hop. Asked waitress to double check. Bartender was positive it was hop knot. Whatever.

    (4)
  • Jay M.

    I heard the other food is good hear but I'm just here for the wings. Ok, you've got me I've eaten a couple other things off the menu. It's all good!

    (5)
  • Rex B.

    We have been going here since we moved to Gilbert in 2004 and while they aren't as good as they were then, and they have lots more competition than they used to, Teaks still does pretty darn good. We have even used them for catering a couple times and it was awesome! They have some interesting items like the Alamo Chipotle Burger, Open the Hatch and Candlestick Carver as well as great wings and new food specials daily. Prices are similar to all the others but more original food than the chains. Don't forget the free peanuts whose shells are simply dumped on the floor. Did I mention GREAT service and a lot of choices for your favorite beverage. Ans lots of TVs for your sports viewing pleasure. You get a big mix in the crowd from old time Gilbert cowboys, families, couples and sports teams.

    (3)
  • Jim W.

    Descent boneless wings, cold beer, good variety on the menu. Our waitress was attentive.

    (3)
  • Paul O.

    Slow service and cold food even ran out of sweat potato fries and never got replacement order. Manager went out of her way to apologize but by then we were very very disappointed. Service was very slow even though it didn't seem to busy.

    (2)
  • Z L.

    I've been there twice now and I am not impressed. The food is WAY overpriced for the quality you get. The service is so-so....no one seems to really care or are very friendly at all. For my husband, myself and our young son it was $40! The waitress suggested the boneless wings to my husband because they were cheaper than the bone in and boy was that a mistake! All he could taste was the breading and barely any chicken - they were dry and gross. I had the green chili burger and left half...it was a nasty mess...no real taste or flavor but fell apart when I tried to eat it. the only good thing I can say was good were the homemade chips...I liked those a lot but its not enough to ever get me to go back here.

    (2)
  • Sean T.

    This was my first time here. I was looking for a french dip sandwich and this was one of the few places in Gilbert that had one on the menu. When i entered i was not greeted, i made my way back to the patio area and still was not greeted. I had to find a waiter to ask if it was open seating. I sat in the patio area which was filthy, the patio really needs to be power washed because its gross. I ordered the french dip and fries. When it arrived it was plated ok and was of decent size. However the flavor was bland and so was the au jus. The steak fries had an odd after taste like the frier oil needed to be changed. I was never asked once how my meal was which is sad. The waitress was tentative however in refreshing my beverage. you figure for a 14 dollar tab for a sandwich and a drink you would get better quality. If your looking for a good sandwich go else where. Too expensive for what you get. I really dont mind paying 15 for a sandwich if its really good. Basically it was a very expensive Arbys. Wont be back.

    (2)
  • Mallery N.

    The service was very slow and the waitress forgot to bring the things we asked for and the Philly cheese steak and it was so dry. The prickly pear margarita was awesome and so was the pretzel appiitizer

    (2)
  • Jacqueline V.

    My girlfriends and I made this place our stop to eat and enjoy some drinks for our reunion celebrating 14 years for friendship, abd a friends Birthday. There were about 10 of us. Two of those 10 were not drinking as to have a DD. The server was obviously busy as there were many other customers; we didn't mind that however her attitude was something to be desired. She did not even smile once, or introduce herself. The food came out in a timely manner. Flavor wise it was rather boring, nothing to rave about. We had wings, regular and curly fries, and corn dogs. The drinks started out great for our first round. However the second round many of us noticed the gummy bear shots were only half full as opposed to the first order. They were tasty; we did not bring it up. It began to slow down, and many of the other patrons had left. This was when we saw less and les of our server. We ordered one more round before leaving. The server gave us attitude about who was driving. She obviously did not pay attention when serving out table or taking orders as the pregnant woman was even looked down upon by this nasty server. Once we received or beverages We then sang happy birthday to our friend, this was frowned upon, the server disciplined us for being loud. This in turn caused the table to discuss perhaps leaving a lower tip. We debated this together at the table. In the end we decided we would be fair and leave a large tip as our bill was substantial. When we were leaving this server confronted my friend about our table tipping her (mind you she had not checked her tip yet, but had been eavesdropping) the friend she harassed about this happened to be a server herself, and informed the woman she was lucky to get what she was receiving and if she continued to be rude we would go back and remove the tip completely. This one server ruined my experience here. It's sad when clearly management does not their servers or who's working for them.

    (3)
  • Colleen S.

    Great place for the family but they do have a good bar area. Mac and cheese is amazing and so is the BBQ lavosh. Casual atmosphere and they let you throw your peanut shells on the floor. :)

    (5)
  • Marsella M.

    Teakwoods is a pretty typical example of a local sports grill. There are lots of TVs, it's loud, there are peanut shells on the floor and a bunch of beers on draft. While the regular menu seemed a little limited, they did have several specials that sounded good. I had the special wood-grilled salmon on a bed of salad which was perfectly cooked, not dry, and very flavorful. The glaze was very light and not too sweet. My son had the kids chicken strips and fries. I thought his portion was a little small (he is only 3 and ate the whole thing) but his fries were excellent - thin & crispy. Teakwoods lost points this visit for sitting us right next to the kitchen entrance at a very wobbly table and the tables also seemed too close together. Next time I'd like to try the outside patio where the tables have more space. The service was pretty good for most of the meal but it took forever to get our check at the end. It WAS busy, but 10 minutes is a little too long in my opinion. I will likely try Teakwoods again because it's kid-friendly and close to my house, but I wouldn't drive out of my way to get here.

    (3)
  • Chris S.

    This place used to be amazing but over the past two years they have slipped. They used to have excellent service but this has slipped the most. They seemed to have replaced older, more seasoned staff with younger less experienced. I do still go an had a waiter the other day that was excellent so perhaps I just got unlucky a few times. The biggest slip is that the place is not kept very well. It seems like they have given up trying to keep the dining room clean. It gets worse and worse and it looks like everything is grimy. The wings and food are usually good here. The wings can be great if you ask them to cook them crispy. The hot are hotter than most so be careful. Great happy hour prices and beer specials. Be sure to get the fish tacos if they have them. If you have loud kids this is a great place. It is VERY loud and nobody will hear them. They also can throw their peanuts on the floor so that will keep them busy for a while. Great family place.

    (3)
  • Jason G.

    Stopped in to have a drink on my way home from work, bar tender was friendly...Can't really attest to anything else. Didn't order food but will try next time

    (3)
  • Mike H.

    This place is a big dive bar with not much to brag about. Gyro was made with a frozen patty heated on a grill. The mashed potatoes had no flavor at all and the veggies were cold. Service was ok but the girl that greeted us seemed inconvenienced. Wont be back.

    (2)
  • Stephanie K.

    Great food, service, and atmosphere! Atmosphere - Very casual bar that offers [dangerously addictive] peanuts by the bucket load that can be disposed of via the floor. I like it! Drinks - They have a great happy hour [everyday!] from 2-7 and a great selection of beers. Food - Really good! Burgers are huge and cooked as perfectly as you requested it. I couldnt even eat half my meal it was so big. Eating too many peanuts prior may also have been a reason... O:) Service - Fast and attentive! I will definitely be back. Fun atmosphere, good service, and great happy hour specials :)

    (4)
  • Julie M.

    When you see the word "Tavern" in the name of a place, your first thought probably isn't "Hey, I bet this place is kid-friendly!" But in this instance, you'd be wrong, my friend. It's loud, crowded, and the floor is covered in peanut shells (mommy translation = your kid can throw a fit complete with screaming and throwing food on the floor, and nobody would even notice!) They don't show a kids' menu online, but they do have one that has your normal selection of kid fare, as well as a handful of crayons and pictures to color. The adult menu has a nice selection of pub fare: appetizers, soup, salad, burgers, sandwiches, etc. Interestingly, they also have a breakfast menu. I'm a big fan of hot wings and let me tell you, the suicide wings are no joke. The menu warns to "order at your own risk" and you'd be wise to heed the advice. And of course, being a tavern, they have a full bar. Great drink prices!

    (4)
  • Patty H.

    Good solid place to go if you want to hang out with friends, drink a few beers and watch 5 different football games going on at once. Service started out a little slow when but got better as the night went on. We stuck around for 7 hours and the server never seemed in a rush for us to leave, so you have to appreciate that since 7 hours is a long time to tie up seats. She was also pretty nice when we tried splitting the bill between cards and cash; I know how much of a pain that can be and it was a Saturday to boot. I didn't eat but one of my friends did, and the lavosh looked pretty darn good. Judging by the way he mowed through the entire thing, I'm going to say he thought it was pretty outstanding too. It was the buffalo chicken one. Yeah, the place is noisy, and peanut shells are everywhere, but it's a sports bar and that's what you'd expect there. They also have a great selection of beers, both on tap and bottled; I hate when I go somewhere and only have a couple choices of the same mediocre beers everyone has. And of course, if you're hungry, try the wings!

    (3)
  • Corey N.

    THE standard for wings in Arizona, in my opinion. Teaks cooks their wings to order, has great creative flavors - Jess Jess, El Jeffe, etc., and the staff is always prompt with great service. A well oiled, well run machine. The bar staff is fantastic, my wife and I are 'regulars'. They know us by name, have our drink in our hands within minutes if not seconds. The only drawback is the noise, crowd, lack of bar seeting and the bloody screaming kids parents tend to let run around earlier in the evening... We time our visits better now to eliminate these factors and can't wait to go back again. They are in S.Gilbert and WORTH THE DRIVE! They free pour so have a DD.

    (5)
  • Richard J.

    we went for early dinner on Monday around 5. Service was good and the food was good. prices are a little higher than red robin type places for burgers. we had wings, Burger, Diego Mac and cheese and it was all good. Great outdoor area with heaters. Place seemed a little dark and loud...had MANY tv's which was good, but then music blaring above all... Service was very attentive and tab was $36+ tip of $8 for 2 entree's, appetizer, and 2 sodas. we'll be back. Disclaimer: I worked here many years ago when they had live bands..

    (3)
  • Ashley A.

    Crashed a birthday party that was at Teakwoods. Overall I'm not thoroughly impressed with this place mostly because it was dirty and chaotic. But also because I think this restaurant is trying reach too many niches. When I walk in all I see are parts of other restaurants: Islands, the Sand Bar, Buffalo Wild Wings, Texas/Logan's Roadhouse, and arcade games from Red Robins. All I have to say is: PICK A THEME AND RUN WITH IT!! Teakwoods has no culture, no ambiance, nothing that really strikes me with any appeal. The wings were okay, but I've had better. The Greek Salad was actually the best thing I tried, it had good flavor and the perfect amount of dressing and came with pita bread triangles (love it). But the burger I ordered needed more flavor...the service was really really slow, but our waitress was really nice and it was a birthday party so I'll let the slow service slide a little because she was putting in a lot of orders at the same time. This place is A-OK!

    (3)
  • Jason H.

    Two visits and I'm just not that into the food. I like the bucket of peanuts at each table, and I certainly like the chicken wings. Beyond that, I have not been impressed with the food. Burgers are just ho-hum. My wife reports that the BLT is nothing special. For a similar type of place that serves much better chow in the East Valley, try "Blue 32."

    (2)
  • candice s.

    Here is their website where you can view the menu: teakwoodstavern.com We went here because my hubby was craving hot wings and I seen all the good reviews for this place. He ordered the insanity wings and they were some of the hottest he has ever ate and he loved them! We also got the fried zucchini, was was excellent. I got the candlestick carver sandwich and loved it. It was basically a french dip on sourdough with horseradish and green chili made with prime rib and melted cheese.....2 die 4! We will definitely go again for some good grub and brews.

    (4)
  • Amy S.

    This is definitely your typical sports bar - a mix between an abundance of TVs, mediocre bar food, and peanut shells lining the bar floor (that last part is my absolute favorite part of the bar). They have a good amount of outdoor seating which is another bonus. It's also located in an area without many bars which makes it a popular hangout for many people on Friday & Saturday nights, which is when it gets pretty crowded. Overall... average, which is not a bad thing for the middle of Gilbert :)

    (3)
  • Doug M.

    Fun setting to go with friends that want to have a few cool ones with good sports bar food. Friendly staff and good service. We had a fairly large group that stayed for hours with no pressure to leave or free the tables up. Enjoyed a great burger with grilled green chili and sweet potato fries. Tends to get noisy at times, peanut shells on the floor fun environment.

    (4)
  • Terri L.

    I've been here a few times, food's always pretty good at a decent price. Service, too, is pretty good. HOWEVER, if you have a passport card (thru Apple, Channel 8, etc...) they don't honor them anymore. So beware you will be paying full freight. Kinda disappointing.

    (3)
  • Mr. G.

    I love the service here, but the last few months the quality of the food has gone south. When I read these reviews, most of the bad reviews occured in the last 90 days. No certain what has happened, but it has gone from very good to mediocre. Wings are typically good, maybe I should stick with those. Bar help is always great, but I think we will minimize our visits from here on out. Not certain what has happened here with quality, but the reviews indicate that am not alone in my thoughts.

    (2)
  • Al G.

    I just left Teakwoods in Gilbert wishing I went somewhere else. I happened to stop by there to eat for the first time. The service was VERY slow . They left us unattended for quite a while. Our drinks finally arrived after waiting a long time. When the food finally came out, the sides were ice cold. The management there was less than interested in fixing any problems we had. The server told me 3x the manager would come speak to us anr never showed up. The food was horrible, the service was the pits and management was far from effective. Save you time money and appetite and find a different place to eat.

    (1)
  • Matt B.

    BEST WINGS IN ARIZONA! I can't believe that with the two reviews before me haven't mentioned their wings. They beat Buffalo Wild Wings by a long shot. Now I have to admit I haven't had many items on their menu, mainly just wings, burgers, and fries but everything I have tasted was amazing. Although that could be because I have had a few beers in me. TW also has a good beer selection on tap, although my wife has complained on their mixed drink selection. Overall, if you want to eat great wings, get drunk, and play some Golden Tee, nothing beats TeakWoods.

    (4)
  • kelly h.

    I think I would like this place drunk. The staff was nice and helpful. The place felt dirty. But the worst part was my husbands sandwich bun was moldy, it was a couple patches, but enough for someone paying attention to see. This happened a couple of months ago. For a place so busy we were shocked that there was time enough for mold to grow on the bread. My friends love this place and I would love to give it another try, but I'm afraid to.

    (2)
  • Amy M.

    My favorite "sports bar"! They have different specials and menus every night and my favorite is on Fridays...grilled fish tacos! The service is usually good, however depending on the server and how busy they are it can be a bit slow. We go there quite often and the wait staff that serve us freqently remember our usual drink orders...even the kids! The wings are great...try them "grilled"! I can honestly say that I have never ordered something I haven't liked. Burger wise try the Alamo Chipotle burger! Other favorites are the Gyro salad, Jack not Jill Chicken sandwich, and the Lavosh. I always get either the jalapano slaw or sweet potato fries as my side. I've only had breakfast there one time out of all the years of going here, but it was very good too. Yeah, it gets loud, but that's only because it gets crowded!

    (5)
  • Alison S.

    went here for lunch with my boyfriend. we came on a friday so they had specials going on. its a really big place. they have peanuts on the table which is awesome and bad cause they are addicting! lol. we both got beer. i ordered a blue moon and like it should, came with and orange slice! my boyfriend got a hamburger and i got tacos. they were really good! i would definitely go back to this place!

    (4)
  • Reggie D.

    Love this location! They have a great menu and the food is always tasty. The Jess-Jess and El Hefe wings are amazing. Try their happy hour. The place is great for kids and also has a solid breakfast menu. Don't wait in line at IHOP. Get to your nearest Teakwoods!

    (4)
  • Gary M.

    What happened to this place? I have been going there for years and always seemed decent, food was good and drinks where good. Well I have not been back in a few months due to busy schedule and have to say I am not happy with this bar anymore. Come on guys at least shut down one day and clean the place, It's filthy, look at the window seals and all you see is dirty and dust build-up. You took the old seat covers and hung them on the wall, Take that down, looks cheap. Service was slow, and food is WAY below previous visits. HMM, All this started within the last few months. I bet a good manager could figure this out, You have crappy employees not doing there jobs. My wife's salad was wilted and seemed old, She got sick after eating it and we had to go home, nice Friday night (not). My chicken was dry and seemed to be cooked beyond done. Advise, You use to have decent cooks there, Now I bet none of them know English very well and are just there for a check. Your front staff seems they cant wait to get out of there. Oh and when you clean the beer taps, Flush the chemical out before you tap a keg, It makes the beer taste like crap. I really think the owner should do a undercover boss routine here and fix this place back the way it use to be... I wont be coming back.

    (2)
  • Francisco S.

    The honey BBQ hot flavored wings are the best I have ever eaten. I only come for the wings so I can't speak for anything else they serve. My wife and kids say the food is delicious. The place is really loud but not to the point that it's uncomfortable. The price of food for the quality you get is unparalleled. You have to try this place.

    (5)
  • Jason W.

    Always impressed with the service, food, and variety. They win!

    (5)
  • Scott T.

    I'm giving teakwoods a four based on other sports bars. I have always been happy with the food here. Though yesturdays sandwich toped everything I have tried there. I ate the pretzle philly cheese steak. It was a philly sandwich on a pretzle bun. Awesome! If you want good food, good prices, and sports. It is a good place to go. Oh yeah dont forget free peanuts...

    (4)
  • Barb T.

    Love this place! We always try other bars & end up wishing we'd gone to teaks. Yes, it's loud & the tv setup is just ok. But, you cannot beat their food. The special salmon salad, usually on Fridays is delicious. Great sammies & wings too. The special menu always has interesting stuff. Good for drinking, but never too rowdy.

    (5)
  • Jeff K.

    I live across the street from this location and have been going here since 2003. Their food is so much better than your average bar food. I have taken quite a few pictures through the years of some of my favorites and added them on here. I absolutely love their wings especially the Jess Jess (Medium sauce with garlic and bleu chees crumbles) and the El Hefe (garlic and cilantro). I have tried so many of the menu items that I could go on and on. Everything is just so good here. They also have great beer specials all week. It's probably a good thing that they don't have NTN trivia here or I would be here all the time.

    (5)
  • M L.

    Horrible manager! She told us we only needed to wait 25 minutes and we ended up waiting an hour. She just had excuses up the wall. Thank goodness the Jack Daniels is only $3

    (1)
  • catlin j.

    Teakwoods is a great local place to have great wings they also have awsome soft pretzels with cheese dip, large bar and dinning area service is fast and good one of thoses places with peanut shells all over the floor and free peanuts on every table and very large portions of almost everything

    (4)
  • Rick W.

    A daily specials menu that much more expensive restaurants would be proud to feature along with a comfortable "peanut shells on the floor" setting combine to make this a wonderful place to eat, meet friends for drinks or catch one of the dozens of games on their extensive tv collection. Highly recommended

    (4)
  • David S.

    Best food in chandler, great service too. I can order anything off the menu and love it1

    (5)
  • Michelle F.

    This sports bar has a great local neighborhood sports bar feel. There's seating in or outdoors. I've never been unhappy w/anything I have ordered. In fact, I'm usually pleasantly surprised. And I think their hot wings are great! The best in the area. This place is noisy, but hey it's a sports bar. Would you expect anything less? Check it out and enjoy.

    (4)
  • Aimee G.

    I wish I could give them negative stars. Poor customer service. Host never asked for our party name just handed us a pager. Then host proceeded to sit several parties that arrived and signed in after our party (including a party of 10). After this we tried to locate a manager but none were to be found. We decided to leave and called to speak with a manager but she was not the least bit interested and said we needed to call back the next day to talk to the GM.

    (1)
  • Jay L.

    My husband and I eat here often. We love their wings and nachos! I look forward to trying their breakfast. There's a waiter named Polly that's pretty good at remembering our names and is excellent at his job. The only complaint that I have is that they don't ever show any fights here but there are many other places that do. I can come here for the food and cold beers.

    (5)
  • Ashley S.

    This is our neighborhood restaurant and we love it. Huge menu, great drink specials, efficient and super nice staff, plus buckets of peanuts on the tables. I challenge anyone to not find at least 27 things they'd like to try on the menu.

    (4)
  • Mike S.

    This is a bar that has more than just the typical bar food. Daily specials mean new dishes that include sandwiches, burgers, salads, steaks, and seafood. They have efficient service, busboys who clean tables promptly, and allow you to throw your peanut shells on the floor! But with food that is thoughtfully prepared, it is a waste to fill up on unlimited peanuts. Oh, did I mention they have happy hour and drink specials every day ?....

    (4)
  • Shannon E.

    Delicious margaritas and stellar customer service on a Thursday night from our waitress. I had finished my happy hour margarita and sat it down and literally no less than a minute later our waitress had scooped up my empty margarita glass and had replaced it with a fresh one. Now THAT'S paying attention to your customers! Color me impressed!! (And drunk. Color me drunk too. I needed a ride home that night.)

    (5)
  • Brian S.

    Came here on the recommendation of a few friends. I was looking for some good wings and was told this was the place to go. Menu--tons of options. The menu has something that everyone can enjoy. Also plenty of kids meal choices. My daughter got the grilled cheese and ate the entire sandwich...gained points there! Food--started with the cheese curds. Very good! Midwestern style reminiscent of curds I have grazed on in the north woods of WI. Then I opted for wings. Got a dozen and split half Jess Jess and half El Hefe. Cool that they fry them and then throw them on the grill but mine were dry. Perhaps I was expecting more due to the hype that led us here. Homemade blue cheese dressing is really good. Wife got the buffalo chicken tacos but removed blue cheese and wing sauce....soooo, can't really comment on those. Service--waitress was nice but when she got refills she grabbed glasses from other tables at the same time to refill theirs at the same time. This freaked me out because I was certain I would be drinking someone else's drink upon return. Atmosphere--cool bar setting with a log cabin feel. All considered, an average place to grab a bite. May be better suited for apps and beer to watch the game rather than a sit down meal.

    (3)
  • Stuart P.

    Okay, we said we'd go back and see if they can improve, and it has. As always...the staff freaking rocks. The wings have been steaming hot and spicy, the fries well done, the beer selection great. Almost like the old Teaks. The wings are still itty-bitty (not sure why, since everyplace else around his large wings -- The Stadium Club, B-Dubs, even the chinese restaurant -- only Teaks and Native Grill have the dinky wings). Anyway, glad to see it coming back, b/c this is our place.

    (3)
  • Stephen L.

    Great food and service. I would recommend this place to anyone who asks. I love the atmosphere and the crowd. I hade wings and draft beer. The sauce was boss! :)

    (4)
  • Nicholas W.

    Midwest-centric Teakwoods is an amazing bar-food destination. Large beers, cheese curds, and your entree of choice make this a fantastic place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The service has been flawless the 20+ times I have been there. It may not be in the heart of the Gilbert "Scene," but when you want good food, and a good time without the wait, head to Teakwoods.

    (5)
  • Jane K.

    In the mood for a really good burger and a beer, a delicious bar pizza or super tasty wings, all while watching sports on tv and still being able to talk to the person you're with? If so, then Teakwoods is the place for you. The food is a good value and the servers are attentive. It's a hopping place. My favorite part of the total experience was shelling and eating peanuts and then throwing the shells on the floor. A happy crowd seems to gravitate to this bar/restaurant. I liked it.

    (4)
  • Donna B.

    This Teakwoods is close to my work, so we come here every so often as a group from work. I usually get a burger or a chicken sandwich. Very good food. I love the sweet potato fries. The jalapeno dipping sauce for them is great. Their onion rings are also excellent as well. I also really like their BBQ sauce, so my chicken sandwich is usually the BBQ one. I like the bucket of peanuts at the table to snack on. Good bar food, nice atmosphere. It does get loud for lunch, and the service is slow because it is usually so busy, so don't expect to get in and out of there quickly.

    (4)
  • Mike M.

    We like going here for the atmosphere, beer and tvs. The kids can be loud and and relaxed. The service is good and friendly. The food is just ok. The wings are anemic and the rest is adequately prepared. Not great but not awful. We frequent it.

    (2)
  • Melissa G.

    Major deduction for menu states wing price as 9.99, bill came and we were charged 10.99. We would have pointed it out but out had already taken us 20 mins to get the tab. Our server was overwhelmed with his section and struggled to keep up all night. We cut him some slack because we could tell he was trying. Food was great, atmosphere was good.

    (3)
  • Nhung H.

    Typical american food. Burgers, sandwiches, and wings. Love the all you can eat peanut and how we can throw the shell on the floor. Place feels super cramped though and it seems its hard for them to accommodate large groups.

    (3)
  • Victor I.

    Rating is only for the wings: Wings wings wings! They have the best wings I've ever had! Get honey hot grilled (you need to say "grilled"). Even when they're burnt they're the best ever! This rating is only for their wings. The few times I've had food here, it wasn't that good. So stick to drinks and wings!

    (5)
  • Reese C.

    So I was out in the boons (Gilbert is fo SHO, the boons) having my car looked at. I needed to kill some time and walked down here to do such and to grab a bite to eat. I was pleasantly surprised. Located in a strip mall (Hi, it's Gilbert) it's an assumsming bar and grill. I got one of the daily specials: half an egg salad sandiwch and a salad. The 'half' sandwich was enormous and quite delicious. The egg salad was fresh and served on toasted bread with tomato and lettuce . The salad was also enormous and served homemade Ranch. Yum! Great prices and service.

    (4)
  • Jak L.

    I'm sure this place is great. I came for the breakfast was pleased to find the pancakes are delicious. It's hard to find decent panacakes when waffle house, dennys and ihop have a corner on it and they are by far some of the worst panacakes in the galaxy. These panacakes didn't even need syrup. The eggs were well prepared and the slices of tomatoe were fresh and thick. While the ambiance is just not my style I'm sure other people like this sort of hokey honkey dorry environment. Budlight signs have usually been a big turn off for me. I guess I'm all anti American beer. Otherwise people come for the free peanuts. They are good, I just think they should be disposed of properly. Not thrown on the floor. I don't get it. That seems unsanitary. On a recurring theme, the service does seem unusually slow given how few people are here

    (3)
  • Stephanie M.

    We love it here. Great food, great specials, and great service. :) Our favorite local casual bar.

    (5)
  • Darlene K.

    Our family has been going to teakwood's since it opened and we always loved the food and service, until yesterday. The service we received yesterday was beyond awful and bordered on rude. The waitress was not wearing a name badge nor did she introduce herself. She was not friendly at all. We got our drinks and food in a timely manner however that was the only time we saw her again. No refills, did not ask if everything was ok. Can I say we watched her serve and refill her other tables....as we finished a busser removed our plates and empty glasses...the waitress by then walked past us 4x....finally put the check on the table as she kept walking. I don't think we will be going back

    (1)
  • Dana B.

    My husband was hungry so we stopped here to take advantage of a Living Social deal we had. I ordered iced tea and a jack not Jill to go (I wasn't hungry). The good looked good with the exception of the bacon that was so overdone that I removed it. My husband had roast beef sliders. He said that the meat was moist and tender but completely lacked flavor. He was confused at how something with roast beef, fried onions, cheese and horseradish sauce could lack flavor but it did. He ordered steak fries as his side and I ordered the curly fries so he could try both. He said they weren't bad but nothing special. He also ordered the happy house appetizer platter with fried cheese, potato skins, onion rings and pretzel sticks. It was large and decent but probably not something we would order again. My iced tea was large and fresh. Great for a hot day. Service was very friendly and excellent. All in all, with the LS deal it was worth it but the food was average. My husband said he would go again to try other food as it seemed to be decent quality but would try different items.

    (3)
  • C N.

    The TV situation at the bar and dining area is horrendous. The bar layout is horrible. Extremely small (22") TVs at bar (only visible from Just a few seats). TVs in dining area are horribly positioned as well. AND THEY'RE NOT HDTVs??!?!!?! Free peanuts is a nice touch. Definitely not the place to watch a game.

    (2)
  • Gilberto M.

    Great food tasting food, always have a new special with innovating new dishes, beer is very cold and have a great selection of local brews

    (4)
  • Shannon E.

    Delicious margaritas and stellar customer service on a Thursday night from our waitress. I had finished my happy hour margarita and sat it down and literally no less than a minute later our waitress had scooped up my empty margarita glass and had replaced it with a fresh one. Now THAT'S paying attention to your customers! Color me impressed!! (And drunk. Color me drunk too. I needed a ride home that night.)

    (5)
  • Brian S.

    Came here on the recommendation of a few friends. I was looking for some good wings and was told this was the place to go. Menu--tons of options. The menu has something that everyone can enjoy. Also plenty of kids meal choices. My daughter got the grilled cheese and ate the entire sandwich...gained points there! Food--started with the cheese curds. Very good! Midwestern style reminiscent of curds I have grazed on in the north woods of WI. Then I opted for wings. Got a dozen and split half Jess Jess and half El Hefe. Cool that they fry them and then throw them on the grill but mine were dry. Perhaps I was expecting more due to the hype that led us here. Homemade blue cheese dressing is really good. Wife got the buffalo chicken tacos but removed blue cheese and wing sauce....soooo, can't really comment on those. Service--waitress was nice but when she got refills she grabbed glasses from other tables at the same time to refill theirs at the same time. This freaked me out because I was certain I would be drinking someone else's drink upon return. Atmosphere--cool bar setting with a log cabin feel. All considered, an average place to grab a bite. May be better suited for apps and beer to watch the game rather than a sit down meal.

    (3)
  • Stuart P.

    Okay, we said we'd go back and see if they can improve, and it has. As always...the staff freaking rocks. The wings have been steaming hot and spicy, the fries well done, the beer selection great. Almost like the old Teaks. The wings are still itty-bitty (not sure why, since everyplace else around his large wings -- The Stadium Club, B-Dubs, even the chinese restaurant -- only Teaks and Native Grill have the dinky wings). Anyway, glad to see it coming back, b/c this is our place.

    (3)
  • Stephen L.

    Great food and service. I would recommend this place to anyone who asks. I love the atmosphere and the crowd. I hade wings and draft beer. The sauce was boss! :)

    (4)
  • Nicholas W.

    Midwest-centric Teakwoods is an amazing bar-food destination. Large beers, cheese curds, and your entree of choice make this a fantastic place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The service has been flawless the 20+ times I have been there. It may not be in the heart of the Gilbert "Scene," but when you want good food, and a good time without the wait, head to Teakwoods.

    (5)
  • Jane K.

    In the mood for a really good burger and a beer, a delicious bar pizza or super tasty wings, all while watching sports on tv and still being able to talk to the person you're with? If so, then Teakwoods is the place for you. The food is a good value and the servers are attentive. It's a hopping place. My favorite part of the total experience was shelling and eating peanuts and then throwing the shells on the floor. A happy crowd seems to gravitate to this bar/restaurant. I liked it.

    (4)
  • Donna B.

    This Teakwoods is close to my work, so we come here every so often as a group from work. I usually get a burger or a chicken sandwich. Very good food. I love the sweet potato fries. The jalapeno dipping sauce for them is great. Their onion rings are also excellent as well. I also really like their BBQ sauce, so my chicken sandwich is usually the BBQ one. I like the bucket of peanuts at the table to snack on. Good bar food, nice atmosphere. It does get loud for lunch, and the service is slow because it is usually so busy, so don't expect to get in and out of there quickly.

    (4)
  • Mike M.

    We like going here for the atmosphere, beer and tvs. The kids can be loud and and relaxed. The service is good and friendly. The food is just ok. The wings are anemic and the rest is adequately prepared. Not great but not awful. We frequent it.

    (2)
  • Melissa G.

    Major deduction for menu states wing price as 9.99, bill came and we were charged 10.99. We would have pointed it out but out had already taken us 20 mins to get the tab. Our server was overwhelmed with his section and struggled to keep up all night. We cut him some slack because we could tell he was trying. Food was great, atmosphere was good.

    (3)
  • Nhung H.

    Typical american food. Burgers, sandwiches, and wings. Love the all you can eat peanut and how we can throw the shell on the floor. Place feels super cramped though and it seems its hard for them to accommodate large groups.

    (3)
  • Victor I.

    Rating is only for the wings: Wings wings wings! They have the best wings I've ever had! Get honey hot grilled (you need to say "grilled"). Even when they're burnt they're the best ever! This rating is only for their wings. The few times I've had food here, it wasn't that good. So stick to drinks and wings!

    (5)
  • Reese C.

    So I was out in the boons (Gilbert is fo SHO, the boons) having my car looked at. I needed to kill some time and walked down here to do such and to grab a bite to eat. I was pleasantly surprised. Located in a strip mall (Hi, it's Gilbert) it's an assumsming bar and grill. I got one of the daily specials: half an egg salad sandiwch and a salad. The 'half' sandwich was enormous and quite delicious. The egg salad was fresh and served on toasted bread with tomato and lettuce . The salad was also enormous and served homemade Ranch. Yum! Great prices and service.

    (4)
  • Jak L.

    I'm sure this place is great. I came for the breakfast was pleased to find the pancakes are delicious. It's hard to find decent panacakes when waffle house, dennys and ihop have a corner on it and they are by far some of the worst panacakes in the galaxy. These panacakes didn't even need syrup. The eggs were well prepared and the slices of tomatoe were fresh and thick. While the ambiance is just not my style I'm sure other people like this sort of hokey honkey dorry environment. Budlight signs have usually been a big turn off for me. I guess I'm all anti American beer. Otherwise people come for the free peanuts. They are good, I just think they should be disposed of properly. Not thrown on the floor. I don't get it. That seems unsanitary. On a recurring theme, the service does seem unusually slow given how few people are here

    (3)
  • Stephanie M.

    We love it here. Great food, great specials, and great service. :) Our favorite local casual bar.

    (5)
  • Dana B.

    My husband was hungry so we stopped here to take advantage of a Living Social deal we had. I ordered iced tea and a jack not Jill to go (I wasn't hungry). The good looked good with the exception of the bacon that was so overdone that I removed it. My husband had roast beef sliders. He said that the meat was moist and tender but completely lacked flavor. He was confused at how something with roast beef, fried onions, cheese and horseradish sauce could lack flavor but it did. He ordered steak fries as his side and I ordered the curly fries so he could try both. He said they weren't bad but nothing special. He also ordered the happy house appetizer platter with fried cheese, potato skins, onion rings and pretzel sticks. It was large and decent but probably not something we would order again. My iced tea was large and fresh. Great for a hot day. Service was very friendly and excellent. All in all, with the LS deal it was worth it but the food was average. My husband said he would go again to try other food as it seemed to be decent quality but would try different items.

    (3)
  • Darlene K.

    Our family has been going to teakwood's since it opened and we always loved the food and service, until yesterday. The service we received yesterday was beyond awful and bordered on rude. The waitress was not wearing a name badge nor did she introduce herself. She was not friendly at all. We got our drinks and food in a timely manner however that was the only time we saw her again. No refills, did not ask if everything was ok. Can I say we watched her serve and refill her other tables....as we finished a busser removed our plates and empty glasses...the waitress by then walked past us 4x....finally put the check on the table as she kept walking. I don't think we will be going back

    (1)
  • C N.

    The TV situation at the bar and dining area is horrendous. The bar layout is horrible. Extremely small (22") TVs at bar (only visible from Just a few seats). TVs in dining area are horribly positioned as well. AND THEY'RE NOT HDTVs??!?!!?! Free peanuts is a nice touch. Definitely not the place to watch a game.

    (2)
  • Dawn B.

    One of my favorite places as they never disappoint! The Blanco lavosh was a special today that really must be added to the menu. Fantastic and not soggy!!!! The veg lavosh is my favorite - or should I say was my favorite until I had this one! Brought family with us who are visiting from both NJ and CA....they really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. Candlestick Carver and the gyro were fast favorites. Seasonal beers hit the spot!

    (5)
  • Gilberto M.

    Great food tasting food, always have a new special with innovating new dishes, beer is very cold and have a great selection of local brews

    (4)
  • Alex B.

    Reminds me of a place back home in Ohio called Brass Pelican. Peanut shells on the floor and great food. I always get the honey BBQ hot wings traditional styles and grilled. I always can catch a game on one of the dozen televisions. And the waitress is always nice and great on the eyes. If you're looking for great food with out the restaurant uptight styling, this is your place. Nice and relaxed. And always great people and food!

    (5)
  • Nichole K.

    We went for the happy hour and the many who said the wings were fantastic. Not much of a happy hour menu, really just a couple of items which was surprising, but the wings made up for it. We had the el hefe wings which were amazing (we also had the chicken tacos which were yummy). We aren't locals and had I known how good the wings are, would of just ordered more of them. I would be promoting those and making happy hour all about them!

    (4)
  • Dean R.

    Ate here the other night for the first time. Place is a lot of fun. Plenty of tv's with sports on. Had wings which were real good also had sausage and peppers which was excellent. We will definitely be going back.

    (4)
  • Brian N.

    Food was great but service was horrible.. We had a waiter and waitress ( must be shadowing) and during the hour we were there, we saw them 3 times.. I finished my beer halfway through appetizer and never saw anyone till I personally flagged down person for bill ( server 164)... Would have ordered more food and drinks but can't when no one comes around... I did see them standing by kitchen area doing nothing but service must not be priority here.. beware

    (1)
  • Sarah A.

    The bartenders make this place! They are just awesome, without interrupting you every 5 minutes! I also LOVE the tacos and wings!

    (5)
  • Br O.

    The best wings in the Valley hands down!!!! But you have to get them Grilled and I had Garlic. The size of the wings are so much better than other places not anorexic chickens here like at wild wings or hooters. Their choice of sauces are good they could expand but have a great selection now and all very tasty. I have also had their burgers, chicken sandwich, and French dip and all were really good. Plus they have TOTS yes back to grade school we go and their crisp and hot :)

    (5)
  • Bradley T.

    Upon arriving in the valley to start my new journey, Teskwoods was the first place I went to try out. Walking in a seeing peanut shells all over the floor, I knew that this was my kind of place. But again, I'm pretty easy to please. The wings were okay. They had an okay selection of beer. The buffalo chicken sandwich is what won my heart. That being said, I will always make time to come back here. If friends are visiting from out of town, I make sure we stop here for lunch/dinner.

    (4)
  • Maureen H.

    Ahh...I should learn. Sundays at the bar means being run out by the regulars and politely ignored by the bar staff in favor of said regulars. Food is consistently good, just need to stick to the tables.

    (2)
  • Caitlin E.

    Went to Teakwoods for the first time tonight and will definitely be back. We started with the wings in El Hefe and Jess Jess, and they were honestly the best wings I've ever had. The flavor was incredible, the meat was quality, and they were just perfect overall. For our main course, my dining companion got the Carver- basically a French dip with green chiles and horseradish mayo. It was perfect and I had serious food envy. I had the veg head lavosh, which was really good and had a ton of artichoke hearts (always a positive). The service was great. Everyone from the manager to the food runner was friendly, and our server was particularly good. I loved the vibe of this place, and the food is top-notch. Will definitely be back and plan to eat my body weight in wings.

    (5)
  • Travis G.

    The wings off the handle !!!!!!!especially grilled! We love thus place!

    (5)
  • Bryan B.

    Breakfast on the weekends. Lunch, Dinner, football games. Big portions, friendly staff, a lot of tv's. Come on what else do you need? Oh, peanuts. Yep on the table. Lol

    (5)
  • Mag B.

    We love Teakwoods. This is our favorite spot for wings, drinks, and assortment of great food. The service here is great too. If you love wings, try Teakwoods!

    (4)
  • Chheng L.

    Great wings. Unique flavor. They are fried, sauced and then grilled. The Jess Jess are topped with blue cheese crumbles and probably my favorite. Burgers are nice & juicy. Happy hour & reverse HH offers pretty good deals on drinks but very limited food items. If they offered their wings (instead of boneless) for a deal during HH, I'd come here more often.

    (4)
  • D B.

    Teakwoods is one of our favorite casual places to go. The Friday fried fish special is very good. The fish tacos are great too. Awesome wings. Free peanuts.

    (4)
  • Emily K.

    3 stars because we are frequent customers. Would have been 5 but tonight we had Kelsie (server 164) as our waitress and she was not a good representative for Teakwoods. Waited for at least 10 minuted before she came to the table after we were seated. She wasn't friendly and seemed impatient. Took a bit to get 1 draft beer and a hack & coke(on special). Got food which is always great here ( see 3 stars). Another round of drinks and then she took our plates and brought the bill w/out asking us if we wanted anything else. Waited at least 10 more minutes to see if we could get another drink and she had disappeared. Finally asked hostess to take our bill. Kelsie must be interested in vacating the premises. Sorry for trying to enjoy Teakwoods on a Friday night. It wasn't even 10 when we left. :(

    (3)
  • Chris N.

    Had a living social deal, it was about to expire, and I wanted to use it. Unfortunately, it didn't apply for take out. The girl who answered rudely informed me. I checked the coupon and nowhere did it say "dine in only" or "not for take out". I called back and spoke with Ryan, the manager, who was nice enough to let us use the coupon anyway. The fun doesn't end there! I drove down there with my wife and daughter, and my wife ran in to grab the food. As she grabbed the food, not 10 feet from her, talking to another server, the rude girl from earlier said (try and imagine this in your best snotty little 20 something bratty voice) "ugh, I TOLD that guy it didn't apply to take out, I don't know WHY he talked to management about it." And rolled her eyes. All of this in front of my polite, sweet wife who did nothing wrong. I have been here multiple times with my parents, who are regulars at this bar. The food is great, but after this, I will NEVER return here. And you probably shouldn't go here either if you want to use a groupon or a living social or anything like that. Because they treat you like YOU'RE an asshole. Short version? Don't use a coupon because if you do, they'll treat you like crap.

    (1)
  • J S.

    My hubby and I took the kids there and sat outside during happy hour. The service was great, they had decent HH specials on both drinks and food. The kids had fun with the peanuts. We were the only ones outside and our server did a great job of remembering we were out there. I think it would have been pretty pricey to have a full dinner there, but the HH specials made it affordable with 3 kids.

    (4)
  • Carol S.

    Always a great experience, great food.

    (4)
  • Steve M.

    we recently moved into the neighborhood and Teakwoods has quickly become one of our favorites for lunch and drinks. We do have to take away one star based on there breakfast not as good as there wings and salads.

    (4)
  • Nick P.

    This place is like any other in the Gilbert area. Not a good bar, not a good restaurant, but a mediocre place trying to be both. It has very few dinner specials and a poor beer selection. I considered leaving after I looked at the menu. But I was starving and they had peanuts. The food was OK, the service was nice and pretty quick but the place was empty. I won't be returning here.

    (2)
  • Jennifer V.

    Our go-to spot for wings, for sure! My family can take some heat, so we usually get an order of HOT and an order of THAI CINA, which has honey hot sauce with fresh basil and red pepper flakes...ask for them "sloppy" to get extra saucy goodness! Every single thing I've ordered over the years has been top-notch in quality and flavor. Some standouts are: Ultimate BLT (with a fries green tomato for the T!), Jack Not Jill, Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, Topless Roast Beef Dinner, Tekas Touch 'Em All. Oh, and their fried zucchini is outstanding!

    (5)
  • S B.

    Our entire family is sad that this place has come to the end of it's era. We went tonight and had a completely different experience than we've had the past 15 years. Apparently, it has been bought out by someone else. They no longer have curly fries (OMG), the chicken tenders are scrawny, the salads were lackluster, and they don't even have the oreos for the kids anymore. The soda had no carbonation and when I asked about it, they said they checked and it was normal. Completely flat soda. We had years of memories there but that is the end. :(

    (2)
  • Kayleigh S.

    Meh. I've loved the other Teakwood (on Ray Rd.) for a long time and can't say enough good things about it. This one is no where near as good. The food is still very good but the service is awful. I've gone twice and both times were not busy but service was extremely slow. I waited a very long time for basic things like more water, the check, etc. I recommend the Teakwood on Ray Rd. but not this one.

    (2)
  • Larry S.

    Always good food at moderate prices. Been to a couple of the locations and have not been disappointed. Will keep going back.

    (4)
  • Wowezow E.

    The wings here are awesome. This is a fun place to take kids, too. Very casual and loud.

    (5)
  • Vanessa N.

    I honestly was not impressed with their award winning wings. They were too small, barely covered in sauce, and even the sauce was nothing impressive. The bad tasting ice over powered the flavor of my sons Shirley temple. But service was great, environment was fun, lots of different shows on the tv's. I could see coming here for drinks with the crew would be fun here :)

    (3)
  • Joanne T.

    Food is mediocre. Menu is intriguing because it's definitely a twist on your average bar food, but the three times I've tried it, dishes were bland and boring. Not bad, just boring.

    (3)
  • candice s.

    Here is their website where you can view the menu: teakwoodstavern.com We went here because my hubby was craving hot wings and I seen all the good reviews for this place. He ordered the insanity wings and they were some of the hottest he has ever ate and he loved them! We also got the fried zucchini, was was excellent. I got the candlestick carver sandwich and loved it. It was basically a french dip on sourdough with horseradish and green chili made with prime rib and melted cheese.....2 die 4! We will definitely go again for some good grub and brews.

    (4)
  • Amy S.

    This is definitely your typical sports bar - a mix between an abundance of TVs, mediocre bar food, and peanut shells lining the bar floor (that last part is my absolute favorite part of the bar). They have a good amount of outdoor seating which is another bonus. It's also located in an area without many bars which makes it a popular hangout for many people on Friday & Saturday nights, which is when it gets pretty crowded. Overall... average, which is not a bad thing for the middle of Gilbert :)

    (3)
  • Doug M.

    Fun setting to go with friends that want to have a few cool ones with good sports bar food. Friendly staff and good service. We had a fairly large group that stayed for hours with no pressure to leave or free the tables up. Enjoyed a great burger with grilled green chili and sweet potato fries. Tends to get noisy at times, peanut shells on the floor fun environment.

    (4)
  • Terri L.

    I've been here a few times, food's always pretty good at a decent price. Service, too, is pretty good. HOWEVER, if you have a passport card (thru Apple, Channel 8, etc...) they don't honor them anymore. So beware you will be paying full freight. Kinda disappointing.

    (3)
  • Mr. G.

    I love the service here, but the last few months the quality of the food has gone south. When I read these reviews, most of the bad reviews occured in the last 90 days. No certain what has happened, but it has gone from very good to mediocre. Wings are typically good, maybe I should stick with those. Bar help is always great, but I think we will minimize our visits from here on out. Not certain what has happened here with quality, but the reviews indicate that am not alone in my thoughts.

    (2)
  • Al G.

    I just left Teakwoods in Gilbert wishing I went somewhere else. I happened to stop by there to eat for the first time. The service was VERY slow . They left us unattended for quite a while. Our drinks finally arrived after waiting a long time. When the food finally came out, the sides were ice cold. The management there was less than interested in fixing any problems we had. The server told me 3x the manager would come speak to us anr never showed up. The food was horrible, the service was the pits and management was far from effective. Save you time money and appetite and find a different place to eat.

    (1)
  • Matt B.

    BEST WINGS IN ARIZONA! I can't believe that with the two reviews before me haven't mentioned their wings. They beat Buffalo Wild Wings by a long shot. Now I have to admit I haven't had many items on their menu, mainly just wings, burgers, and fries but everything I have tasted was amazing. Although that could be because I have had a few beers in me. TW also has a good beer selection on tap, although my wife has complained on their mixed drink selection. Overall, if you want to eat great wings, get drunk, and play some Golden Tee, nothing beats TeakWoods.

    (4)
  • kelly h.

    I think I would like this place drunk. The staff was nice and helpful. The place felt dirty. But the worst part was my husbands sandwich bun was moldy, it was a couple patches, but enough for someone paying attention to see. This happened a couple of months ago. For a place so busy we were shocked that there was time enough for mold to grow on the bread. My friends love this place and I would love to give it another try, but I'm afraid to.

    (2)
  • Amy M.

    My favorite "sports bar"! They have different specials and menus every night and my favorite is on Fridays...grilled fish tacos! The service is usually good, however depending on the server and how busy they are it can be a bit slow. We go there quite often and the wait staff that serve us freqently remember our usual drink orders...even the kids! The wings are great...try them "grilled"! I can honestly say that I have never ordered something I haven't liked. Burger wise try the Alamo Chipotle burger! Other favorites are the Gyro salad, Jack not Jill Chicken sandwich, and the Lavosh. I always get either the jalapano slaw or sweet potato fries as my side. I've only had breakfast there one time out of all the years of going here, but it was very good too. Yeah, it gets loud, but that's only because it gets crowded!

    (5)
  • Gary M.

    What happened to this place? I have been going there for years and always seemed decent, food was good and drinks where good. Well I have not been back in a few months due to busy schedule and have to say I am not happy with this bar anymore. Come on guys at least shut down one day and clean the place, It's filthy, look at the window seals and all you see is dirty and dust build-up. You took the old seat covers and hung them on the wall, Take that down, looks cheap. Service was slow, and food is WAY below previous visits. HMM, All this started within the last few months. I bet a good manager could figure this out, You have crappy employees not doing there jobs. My wife's salad was wilted and seemed old, She got sick after eating it and we had to go home, nice Friday night (not). My chicken was dry and seemed to be cooked beyond done. Advise, You use to have decent cooks there, Now I bet none of them know English very well and are just there for a check. Your front staff seems they cant wait to get out of there. Oh and when you clean the beer taps, Flush the chemical out before you tap a keg, It makes the beer taste like crap. I really think the owner should do a undercover boss routine here and fix this place back the way it use to be... I wont be coming back.

    (2)
  • Francisco S.

    The honey BBQ hot flavored wings are the best I have ever eaten. I only come for the wings so I can't speak for anything else they serve. My wife and kids say the food is delicious. The place is really loud but not to the point that it's uncomfortable. The price of food for the quality you get is unparalleled. You have to try this place.

    (5)
  • Jason W.

    Always impressed with the service, food, and variety. They win!

    (5)
  • Scott T.

    I'm giving teakwoods a four based on other sports bars. I have always been happy with the food here. Though yesturdays sandwich toped everything I have tried there. I ate the pretzle philly cheese steak. It was a philly sandwich on a pretzle bun. Awesome! If you want good food, good prices, and sports. It is a good place to go. Oh yeah dont forget free peanuts...

    (4)
  • Barb T.

    Love this place! We always try other bars & end up wishing we'd gone to teaks. Yes, it's loud & the tv setup is just ok. But, you cannot beat their food. The special salmon salad, usually on Fridays is delicious. Great sammies & wings too. The special menu always has interesting stuff. Good for drinking, but never too rowdy.

    (5)
  • Jeff K.

    I live across the street from this location and have been going here since 2003. Their food is so much better than your average bar food. I have taken quite a few pictures through the years of some of my favorites and added them on here. I absolutely love their wings especially the Jess Jess (Medium sauce with garlic and bleu chees crumbles) and the El Hefe (garlic and cilantro). I have tried so many of the menu items that I could go on and on. Everything is just so good here. They also have great beer specials all week. It's probably a good thing that they don't have NTN trivia here or I would be here all the time.

    (5)
  • Alison S.

    went here for lunch with my boyfriend. we came on a friday so they had specials going on. its a really big place. they have peanuts on the table which is awesome and bad cause they are addicting! lol. we both got beer. i ordered a blue moon and like it should, came with and orange slice! my boyfriend got a hamburger and i got tacos. they were really good! i would definitely go back to this place!

    (4)
  • Reggie D.

    Love this location! They have a great menu and the food is always tasty. The Jess-Jess and El Hefe wings are amazing. Try their happy hour. The place is great for kids and also has a solid breakfast menu. Don't wait in line at IHOP. Get to your nearest Teakwoods!

    (4)
  • M L.

    Horrible manager! She told us we only needed to wait 25 minutes and we ended up waiting an hour. She just had excuses up the wall. Thank goodness the Jack Daniels is only $3

    (1)
  • catlin j.

    Teakwoods is a great local place to have great wings they also have awsome soft pretzels with cheese dip, large bar and dinning area service is fast and good one of thoses places with peanut shells all over the floor and free peanuts on every table and very large portions of almost everything

    (4)
  • Rick W.

    A daily specials menu that much more expensive restaurants would be proud to feature along with a comfortable "peanut shells on the floor" setting combine to make this a wonderful place to eat, meet friends for drinks or catch one of the dozens of games on their extensive tv collection. Highly recommended

    (4)
  • David S.

    Best food in chandler, great service too. I can order anything off the menu and love it1

    (5)
  • Michelle F.

    This sports bar has a great local neighborhood sports bar feel. There's seating in or outdoors. I've never been unhappy w/anything I have ordered. In fact, I'm usually pleasantly surprised. And I think their hot wings are great! The best in the area. This place is noisy, but hey it's a sports bar. Would you expect anything less? Check it out and enjoy.

    (4)
  • Aimee G.

    I wish I could give them negative stars. Poor customer service. Host never asked for our party name just handed us a pager. Then host proceeded to sit several parties that arrived and signed in after our party (including a party of 10). After this we tried to locate a manager but none were to be found. We decided to leave and called to speak with a manager but she was not the least bit interested and said we needed to call back the next day to talk to the GM.

    (1)
  • Jay L.

    My husband and I eat here often. We love their wings and nachos! I look forward to trying their breakfast. There's a waiter named Polly that's pretty good at remembering our names and is excellent at his job. The only complaint that I have is that they don't ever show any fights here but there are many other places that do. I can come here for the food and cold beers.

    (5)
  • Ashley S.

    This is our neighborhood restaurant and we love it. Huge menu, great drink specials, efficient and super nice staff, plus buckets of peanuts on the tables. I challenge anyone to not find at least 27 things they'd like to try on the menu.

    (4)
  • Mike S.

    This is a bar that has more than just the typical bar food. Daily specials mean new dishes that include sandwiches, burgers, salads, steaks, and seafood. They have efficient service, busboys who clean tables promptly, and allow you to throw your peanut shells on the floor! But with food that is thoughtfully prepared, it is a waste to fill up on unlimited peanuts. Oh, did I mention they have happy hour and drink specials every day ?....

    (4)
  • Red C.

    Two words.... Adult Milkshake. They use real ice cream in their milkshakes. My favorite is Oreo cookie with chocolate vodka. I only trust them to make them. And I know how much of a pain in the butt that they are to make. In the time it takes to make one shake they could serve 20 regular tap beverages. I thank you teakwoods. Whenever I need a treat (and it's only a few times a year) this is it. The lavosh is also amazing here. I always pick their daily special. Last one I had was a Tuscan veggie lavosh with white sauce. So yummy, and perfectly portioned when shared. Oh and the boyfriend and I shared nachos a while back with chili on top. Chili nachos... drool! I wish I could have treats like this more often, but it is probably a good thing we are only here one every few months. It's not the closest place to us but we always seem to end up here all gross (after moving, yard work, painting, house work etc.) I like that it's casual and really laid back. Free peanuts are the best!

    (4)
  • Kristin H.

    This place is great. I like the laid back atmosphere and the fact that the offer groupons and deals frequently. The food has always been good, the drinks are gigantic (which is great because I like a lot to drink with my meals), and the service is always pleasant and consistent. My only complaint is that sometimes it's way too loud and I can barely have a conversation with my boyfriend across the table. The place is family friendly so there's always a lot of kids screaming/crying/dropping things and the TVs when football is on are sometimes loud.

    (5)
  • Erik A.

    Decent sports grill. There is always a crowd so you know the place must be popular with the locals. The place does tend to get a bit loud as it starts to fill up. Be prepared to talk over everyone else. I have been here a handful of times. The food is good... with the exception of my most recent time (1/4/2013) I went. You can't go wrong with the wings. As a wing connoisseur, these are pretty good. Also, based on reading others reviews here on Yelp, you definitely can't go wrong with the Pretzel Sticks as an appetizer. You get 7 sticks with a side of cheese sauce. It could be a meal in and of itself. I also did have the bacon double cheeseburger lavosh my past visit on 1/4/2013. Although it did not taste that bad going down, there was something with it that did not agree with my innards. Let's just say that the leftovers I did have immediately went into the trash. I'm hoping that this was just one dish and not a trend of things to come. No bashing on Teakwoods though. I will go back on occasion and try other things on the menu. I am hoping the one bad dish does not outweigh the other good ones that I have had. And as a tip, if you go for the fish & chips, make sure you get there early. The last time I went and tried to order it at 7pm on a Friday night, there were none left.

    (3)
  • Carlos A.

    One of my favorite pub-style places. The food is always really good, and they have some really specials sometimes. There's a wide variety of wing flavors available, all of them really great. The lavosh pizza is excellent. Decent beer selection, good service, and unlimited peanuts in the shell.

    (4)
  • Holly H.

    Today was the first time (and the last, for the foreseeable future) that I've eaten here. when i called in my order, the receptionist was rude; she acted as though she was doing me a favor by taking my order. once i finally got my food, the fries were cold and limp and just really gross. my turkey sandwich was on the gross side as well, with soggy bread and warm lettuce... not good. the only saving grace was the chicken enchilada soup... that was downright heavenly. everything else, however, was dang near inedible.

    (1)
  • Courtney C.

    Teakwood's is one of my favorite places in Gilbert! The beer selection is always good and they show different sports/games on different TVs. There is always good people watching at the bar and if you sign up for their email and text alerts you get great coupons like two for one meals and half off drinks. Some of my favorites are the Buffalo Chicken Wrap and the Crispy Chicken Salad....but the best menu item is an appetizer... The Cheese curds are BOMB!!! They are served with jalapeño ranch that is not spicy but adds an awesome flavor to an already awesome appetizer!

    (5)
  • Moir A.

    I gave them a 4 star for their great wings. Our waitress was excellent and was sympathetic about a soggy BLT. We're definitely coming back. I want more pretzel bread to soak up the wing sauce.

    (4)
  • Forrest V.

    This place is great. The fish and chips and fish tacos are phenomenal. I also love their BBQ wings grilled. Beer is good, service is great, and all the peanuts you can eat. The patio is great to sit at when the weather cools down and this is a great spot if your a football fan. I highly recommend this place/

    (5)
  • A I.

    Stopped in for dinner on a Friday evening. There was about a 15 minute wait for a table. They had an area out front to wait so it wasn't bad. The place was really busy which is a good sign I think. The service was wonderful. I had the mac n cheese and it was seriously the best I've ever had. I used to go to the House of Brews for mac n cheese but they are closed now and I'm so glad I decided to have it at Teakwoods because it is THE BEST! I will definitely be back soon.

    (5)
  • Lee M.

    Tuesday nights, my sweetie and I have a standing date at Teaks. We sit at the bar because Julie's there. She knows what we like and has it sitting in front of us before our bottoms get settled on the bar stools. Teaks is a comfortable place that reminds me of the Cheers bar from TV fame. My husband and I feel like family there and usually end up there at least twice a week. The food is consistently good, especially the Southern Thang burger and the Ultimate BLT sandwich.

    (5)
  • The P.

    Food was good, however a little pricey for a grill. The Service could use some help. We joined a large party for a celebration (about 15 of us) and it only took the Server about 25 minutes to get our beverages, had to ask her if she was going to bring them - couldn't understand the delay. The woman sitting across from us asked us to please grab on to the Server because she had asked for a glass of water several times and the Waitress didn't bring it. It is LOUD here, hard to visit with anyone sitting at our table. If you have a peanut allergy, stay away, peanut shells are discarded on table & floors. Management either needs to schedule more staff at this crowded, loud sports bar or get new help - although there was not a wait,( think we had the tail end of the happy hour crowd). We didn't see the attraction and won't be back.

    (3)
  • William H.

    Great place! It's the beer I come for. They have an excellent peach beer that is perfect. Not too sweet or to starch. Perfect blend. Along with there pretzel and cheese appetizers I recommend!

    (4)
  • Marianne H.

    Potato Lovers Unite!!! Sandwiches come with your choice of steak fries, string fries, curly seasoned fries, or tater tots. YUM! There's some other options, but I want fried spuds when I go to a sports bar. I ordered the Philly Cheesesteak, and it was huge!!! Food was good, and service was fast. Only one drawback: They charged me an extra 50 cents for a side of ranch. Really? Boo.

    (4)
  • Jim R.

    Good food as always. Ordered a hop knot tasted like short hop. Asked waitress to double check. Bartender was positive it was hop knot. Whatever.

    (4)
  • Jay M.

    I heard the other food is good hear but I'm just here for the wings. Ok, you've got me I've eaten a couple other things off the menu. It's all good!

    (5)
  • Rex B.

    We have been going here since we moved to Gilbert in 2004 and while they aren't as good as they were then, and they have lots more competition than they used to, Teaks still does pretty darn good. We have even used them for catering a couple times and it was awesome! They have some interesting items like the Alamo Chipotle Burger, Open the Hatch and Candlestick Carver as well as great wings and new food specials daily. Prices are similar to all the others but more original food than the chains. Don't forget the free peanuts whose shells are simply dumped on the floor. Did I mention GREAT service and a lot of choices for your favorite beverage. Ans lots of TVs for your sports viewing pleasure. You get a big mix in the crowd from old time Gilbert cowboys, families, couples and sports teams.

    (3)
  • Jim W.

    Descent boneless wings, cold beer, good variety on the menu. Our waitress was attentive.

    (3)
  • Paul O.

    Slow service and cold food even ran out of sweat potato fries and never got replacement order. Manager went out of her way to apologize but by then we were very very disappointed. Service was very slow even though it didn't seem to busy.

    (2)
  • Z L.

    I've been there twice now and I am not impressed. The food is WAY overpriced for the quality you get. The service is so-so....no one seems to really care or are very friendly at all. For my husband, myself and our young son it was $40! The waitress suggested the boneless wings to my husband because they were cheaper than the bone in and boy was that a mistake! All he could taste was the breading and barely any chicken - they were dry and gross. I had the green chili burger and left half...it was a nasty mess...no real taste or flavor but fell apart when I tried to eat it. the only good thing I can say was good were the homemade chips...I liked those a lot but its not enough to ever get me to go back here.

    (2)
  • Sean T.

    This was my first time here. I was looking for a french dip sandwich and this was one of the few places in Gilbert that had one on the menu. When i entered i was not greeted, i made my way back to the patio area and still was not greeted. I had to find a waiter to ask if it was open seating. I sat in the patio area which was filthy, the patio really needs to be power washed because its gross. I ordered the french dip and fries. When it arrived it was plated ok and was of decent size. However the flavor was bland and so was the au jus. The steak fries had an odd after taste like the frier oil needed to be changed. I was never asked once how my meal was which is sad. The waitress was tentative however in refreshing my beverage. you figure for a 14 dollar tab for a sandwich and a drink you would get better quality. If your looking for a good sandwich go else where. Too expensive for what you get. I really dont mind paying 15 for a sandwich if its really good. Basically it was a very expensive Arbys. Wont be back.

    (2)
  • Mallery N.

    The service was very slow and the waitress forgot to bring the things we asked for and the Philly cheese steak and it was so dry. The prickly pear margarita was awesome and so was the pretzel appiitizer

    (2)
  • Colleen S.

    Great place for the family but they do have a good bar area. Mac and cheese is amazing and so is the BBQ lavosh. Casual atmosphere and they let you throw your peanut shells on the floor. :)

    (5)
  • Jacqueline V.

    My girlfriends and I made this place our stop to eat and enjoy some drinks for our reunion celebrating 14 years for friendship, abd a friends Birthday. There were about 10 of us. Two of those 10 were not drinking as to have a DD. The server was obviously busy as there were many other customers; we didn't mind that however her attitude was something to be desired. She did not even smile once, or introduce herself. The food came out in a timely manner. Flavor wise it was rather boring, nothing to rave about. We had wings, regular and curly fries, and corn dogs. The drinks started out great for our first round. However the second round many of us noticed the gummy bear shots were only half full as opposed to the first order. They were tasty; we did not bring it up. It began to slow down, and many of the other patrons had left. This was when we saw less and les of our server. We ordered one more round before leaving. The server gave us attitude about who was driving. She obviously did not pay attention when serving out table or taking orders as the pregnant woman was even looked down upon by this nasty server. Once we received or beverages We then sang happy birthday to our friend, this was frowned upon, the server disciplined us for being loud. This in turn caused the table to discuss perhaps leaving a lower tip. We debated this together at the table. In the end we decided we would be fair and leave a large tip as our bill was substantial. When we were leaving this server confronted my friend about our table tipping her (mind you she had not checked her tip yet, but had been eavesdropping) the friend she harassed about this happened to be a server herself, and informed the woman she was lucky to get what she was receiving and if she continued to be rude we would go back and remove the tip completely. This one server ruined my experience here. It's sad when clearly management does not their servers or who's working for them.

    (3)
  • Marsella M.

    Teakwoods is a pretty typical example of a local sports grill. There are lots of TVs, it's loud, there are peanut shells on the floor and a bunch of beers on draft. While the regular menu seemed a little limited, they did have several specials that sounded good. I had the special wood-grilled salmon on a bed of salad which was perfectly cooked, not dry, and very flavorful. The glaze was very light and not too sweet. My son had the kids chicken strips and fries. I thought his portion was a little small (he is only 3 and ate the whole thing) but his fries were excellent - thin & crispy. Teakwoods lost points this visit for sitting us right next to the kitchen entrance at a very wobbly table and the tables also seemed too close together. Next time I'd like to try the outside patio where the tables have more space. The service was pretty good for most of the meal but it took forever to get our check at the end. It WAS busy, but 10 minutes is a little too long in my opinion. I will likely try Teakwoods again because it's kid-friendly and close to my house, but I wouldn't drive out of my way to get here.

    (3)
  • Chris S.

    This place used to be amazing but over the past two years they have slipped. They used to have excellent service but this has slipped the most. They seemed to have replaced older, more seasoned staff with younger less experienced. I do still go an had a waiter the other day that was excellent so perhaps I just got unlucky a few times. The biggest slip is that the place is not kept very well. It seems like they have given up trying to keep the dining room clean. It gets worse and worse and it looks like everything is grimy. The wings and food are usually good here. The wings can be great if you ask them to cook them crispy. The hot are hotter than most so be careful. Great happy hour prices and beer specials. Be sure to get the fish tacos if they have them. If you have loud kids this is a great place. It is VERY loud and nobody will hear them. They also can throw their peanuts on the floor so that will keep them busy for a while. Great family place.

    (3)
  • Jason G.

    Stopped in to have a drink on my way home from work, bar tender was friendly...Can't really attest to anything else. Didn't order food but will try next time

    (3)
  • Mike H.

    This place is a big dive bar with not much to brag about. Gyro was made with a frozen patty heated on a grill. The mashed potatoes had no flavor at all and the veggies were cold. Service was ok but the girl that greeted us seemed inconvenienced. Wont be back.

    (2)
  • Stephanie K.

    Great food, service, and atmosphere! Atmosphere - Very casual bar that offers [dangerously addictive] peanuts by the bucket load that can be disposed of via the floor. I like it! Drinks - They have a great happy hour [everyday!] from 2-7 and a great selection of beers. Food - Really good! Burgers are huge and cooked as perfectly as you requested it. I couldnt even eat half my meal it was so big. Eating too many peanuts prior may also have been a reason... O:) Service - Fast and attentive! I will definitely be back. Fun atmosphere, good service, and great happy hour specials :)

    (4)
  • Julie M.

    When you see the word "Tavern" in the name of a place, your first thought probably isn't "Hey, I bet this place is kid-friendly!" But in this instance, you'd be wrong, my friend. It's loud, crowded, and the floor is covered in peanut shells (mommy translation = your kid can throw a fit complete with screaming and throwing food on the floor, and nobody would even notice!) They don't show a kids' menu online, but they do have one that has your normal selection of kid fare, as well as a handful of crayons and pictures to color. The adult menu has a nice selection of pub fare: appetizers, soup, salad, burgers, sandwiches, etc. Interestingly, they also have a breakfast menu. I'm a big fan of hot wings and let me tell you, the suicide wings are no joke. The menu warns to "order at your own risk" and you'd be wise to heed the advice. And of course, being a tavern, they have a full bar. Great drink prices!

    (4)
  • Patty H.

    Good solid place to go if you want to hang out with friends, drink a few beers and watch 5 different football games going on at once. Service started out a little slow when but got better as the night went on. We stuck around for 7 hours and the server never seemed in a rush for us to leave, so you have to appreciate that since 7 hours is a long time to tie up seats. She was also pretty nice when we tried splitting the bill between cards and cash; I know how much of a pain that can be and it was a Saturday to boot. I didn't eat but one of my friends did, and the lavosh looked pretty darn good. Judging by the way he mowed through the entire thing, I'm going to say he thought it was pretty outstanding too. It was the buffalo chicken one. Yeah, the place is noisy, and peanut shells are everywhere, but it's a sports bar and that's what you'd expect there. They also have a great selection of beers, both on tap and bottled; I hate when I go somewhere and only have a couple choices of the same mediocre beers everyone has. And of course, if you're hungry, try the wings!

    (3)
  • Corey N.

    THE standard for wings in Arizona, in my opinion. Teaks cooks their wings to order, has great creative flavors - Jess Jess, El Jeffe, etc., and the staff is always prompt with great service. A well oiled, well run machine. The bar staff is fantastic, my wife and I are 'regulars'. They know us by name, have our drink in our hands within minutes if not seconds. The only drawback is the noise, crowd, lack of bar seeting and the bloody screaming kids parents tend to let run around earlier in the evening... We time our visits better now to eliminate these factors and can't wait to go back again. They are in S.Gilbert and WORTH THE DRIVE! They free pour so have a DD.

    (5)
  • Richard J.

    we went for early dinner on Monday around 5. Service was good and the food was good. prices are a little higher than red robin type places for burgers. we had wings, Burger, Diego Mac and cheese and it was all good. Great outdoor area with heaters. Place seemed a little dark and loud...had MANY tv's which was good, but then music blaring above all... Service was very attentive and tab was $36+ tip of $8 for 2 entree's, appetizer, and 2 sodas. we'll be back. Disclaimer: I worked here many years ago when they had live bands..

    (3)
  • Ashley A.

    Crashed a birthday party that was at Teakwoods. Overall I'm not thoroughly impressed with this place mostly because it was dirty and chaotic. But also because I think this restaurant is trying reach too many niches. When I walk in all I see are parts of other restaurants: Islands, the Sand Bar, Buffalo Wild Wings, Texas/Logan's Roadhouse, and arcade games from Red Robins. All I have to say is: PICK A THEME AND RUN WITH IT!! Teakwoods has no culture, no ambiance, nothing that really strikes me with any appeal. The wings were okay, but I've had better. The Greek Salad was actually the best thing I tried, it had good flavor and the perfect amount of dressing and came with pita bread triangles (love it). But the burger I ordered needed more flavor...the service was really really slow, but our waitress was really nice and it was a birthday party so I'll let the slow service slide a little because she was putting in a lot of orders at the same time. This place is A-OK!

    (3)
  • Jason H.

    Two visits and I'm just not that into the food. I like the bucket of peanuts at each table, and I certainly like the chicken wings. Beyond that, I have not been impressed with the food. Burgers are just ho-hum. My wife reports that the BLT is nothing special. For a similar type of place that serves much better chow in the East Valley, try "Blue 32."

    (2)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:30 am - 11

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Very Loud
    Good For Dancing : No
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Happy Hour : Yes
    Coat Check : No
    Smoking : Outdoor Area/ Patio Only
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Teakwoods Tavern & Grill

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