Wildflowers at Turning Stone

Culinary art meets casino nightlife at Wildflowers at Turning Stone, the intimate 65-seat restaurant located just off the lobby of The Lodge at Turning Stone Resort Casino. By day, the establishment buzzes with families and friends getting in a hearty breakfast before hitting the links or taking tennis lessons. By night, the space turns into a romantic hideaway tucked off the first floor.

The eatery sources locally grown and sustainable foods from nearby farms and changes its menu seasonally to accompany what’s fresh and in-season. Don’t miss the Wildflower salad, Dover sole or Bananas Foster (prepared tableside) while you’re here.

Additionally, make sure to allow extra time for the overall experience — Wildflowers takes its time with service, ensuring you have a pleasantly paced meal that lets you truly savor each bite on your plate.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• Wildflowers at Turning Stone is a small, intimate 65-seat restaurant that focuses on flavors and seasonal ingredients.

•  In the evenings, the restaurant is dark and dimly lit, providing a romantic ambience and a quiet place to enjoy your evening.

• From the moment you sit down in the pink, purple and red chairs at the tables, you’ll find yourself entranced by the restaurant’s subtle floral décor and spring-like feel, regardless of the season.

• The sitting area between the bar and the restaurant features plush chairs, sofas and lounges, a working fireplace and views of the courtyard.
Things to Know
• Open for breakfast and dinner only, Wildflowers highly recommends reservations for dinner service — especially during peak travel times.

• On Monday through Thursday, you can dine here from 6 to 11 a.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. From Friday and Saturday, the restaurant is open from 6 to 11 a.m. and 5 to 11 p.m. The restaurant is only open on Sundays for breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m.

• The dress code for the property’s signature eatery is business casual. Skirts, pants and even nice jeans are acceptable for dining here.

• It’s worth noting, though, that one of the admirable aspects of dining here is the slow-paced dinner service. It’s in the realm of possibilities that you will spend a couple hours taking in the full culinary experience, so it might not be a suitable environment for children.
Getting There
5218 Patrick Road, Verona, New York 13478
Wildflowers at Turning Stone
Wildflowers at Turning Stone
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