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What You'll Get
A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of steak and seafood Boulevard Steakhouse in Edmond.
A 2010 recipient of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence, Boulevard Steakhouse has boasted a choice menu of surf and turf for more than 10 years. Saunter into Boulevard's velvet-shrouded dining room and choose a meaty masterpiece of hand-cut prime beef, whether it’s the 14-ounce prime rib eye ($32.99) or the 14-ounce steak diane ($45), which comes tidily dressed in brandy-mushroom sauce. While today's Groupon is not valid toward alcohol, Boulevard’s extensive wine list makes it easy to find a potable partner for dishes such as the grilled salmon with jumbo shrimp and blue-crab meat ($27.99) without having to conduct preprandial compatibility tests.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Must purchase a food item. Dine-in only. Not valid toward gift certificates. Not valid on holidays. Not valid for special menus or other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boulevard Steakhouse
Boulevard Steakhouse doesn't think that beef should be too fancy. The kitchen decorates its custom-aged, hand-cut USDA Prime steaks in nothing but salt, pepper, and butter, preferring to let the fillets take the flavor spotlight. Some arrive completely free of accoutrements, such as the blackened bone-in rib eye. Others have a few costars on the plate: fillet tips come with mushrooms and garlic mashed potatoes, whereas beef medallions pair with blue crab.
Regardless of the presentation, each of the entrees is sophisticated in its simplicity—an ethos that applies to the entire restaurant. The dining area gives off a rustic vibe with wood ceilings and deep red wooden accents, which match several of the wines on a sprawling list. Set against exposed brick, the martini lounge is just as warm and antiquated. Here, bartenders craft classic cocktails from gimlets to Manhattans, as well as seasonal offerings such as The Great Pumpkin, a much better autumnal brew than eggnog or The Okay Pumpkin. Visitors on some weekend nights can sip their drinks as live music fills the space.