Cooking at home involves the risk of small burns, spilled liquids, and the advances of an oven in heat. Avoid stove-top suitors with today's Groupon to Clear Fork Station in Willow Park. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of savory Southern dinner fare.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of savory Southern lunch fare.
Clear Fork Station, a farm-to-table restaurant, grills up frontier favorites and cowboy cuisine inspired by meals prepared in the ranch kitchens and chuck wagons of the old west. Customers dine like pioneers without having to forage for herbs or outgun fowl in a high-noon showdown with an entree from Clear Fork Station’s dinner menu, such as the west texas-style red-chili enchiladas ($12), or a plate-eclipsing cut of chicken-fried steak slathered with cracked pepper gravy ($15). Tuck in to the crusted beef rib eye with a chili-relleno sidekick and a sidecar of mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables ($30). The lunch menu sates midday noshers with a variety of salads ($9–$12), including the spinach-and-candied-bacon salad ($9), drizzled in honey vinaigrette, and delectable sandwiches ($8–$9), such as the Texas Best BLT ($8), with candied rosemary bacon piled with local tomatoes.
Firm believers in crafting delicious meals, supporting the community, and encouraging sustainability, Clear Fork Stations' chefs use only community-grown produce and ingredients, ensuring that entrees are fresher than newly harvested mountain air.
The steak was hot and crispy and it was so very tender, This steak had a small amount of batter and a large amount of steak, not the other way around.Janis Sanders, Weatherford Democrat 2/23/11
the Niman Ranch slow-braised pork shank … was as falling-off-the-bone tender as one could hope for. So succulent was the meat no knife was necessary.Andrew Marton, Dallas Observer, 5/12/11
4971 E I-20 Service Rd N
Willow Park, Texas 76087Get Directions