Much like the paint section in a home-improvement store or when customizing one's axe-wielding character in the MMORPG known as reality, a restaurant menu's abundance of options can be overwhelming. Defer this difficult decision to a professional palate with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a four-course tasting menu exclusively for Groupon customers (a $50 value) at Deep Fork Wood Grill & Seafood.
Chef Tom Fears and Chef Matthew Shofner handcrafted Deep Fork's four-course tasting menu using locally grown products, fresh seafood, and artful sauces. The food flight begins with chicken brochette, skewered tenderly and served with chipotle aioli. For the second course, the classic question of soup or salad is upgraded to a choice of either a specially prepared gourmet green salad with cider Dijon vinaigrette or a three-tomato gazpacho. For the third and main course, sample the broiled tilapia with mango coulis, Deep Fork's own fettuccine, or a pepper steak with Dauphinoise potatoes, baked in milk, cream, and cheese. A four-berry parfait layers delicion with nutrition for a sweet send-off. Throughout the feast, Deep Fork's stellar service will flit in and out like invisible servants in a fairy tale, keeping glasses full, whispering the word you're searching for into your ear, and deflecting shuriken from shadowy assassins.
The exposed brick, soft candlelight, and fresh flowers make Deep Fork's dining room an upscale atmosphere for treating the more coordinated half of your body to a dinner in appreciation for its hard work handling all of your handwriting obligations. And with two Groupons, you can skirt Deep Fork's "one choice per course" structure by inviting a dance partner or kickball teammate, then sharing different main courses. Reservations are recommended so that your table has time to decide which white tablecloth goes best with its silver accessories.
Deep Fork Wood Grill & Seafood scores a 14/20 rating from Gayot and an average of 4.2 stars from OpenTable diners. TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes, and Citysearchers give an average of 4.5:
- Some patrons come to dinner twice a week just for the cedar-planked salmon filet finished with a brown sugar-mustard glaze or the OKC 12-ounce strip with brandy mushroom sauce. – Gayot
- Table was ready when we arrived, and request for private table was granted. Service was great, NEVER had an empty glass of water, and love the chef special appetizers they send out. Food was great. – OpenTable.com user who dined on 06/19/2010
- My fiance and I share our entrees and there was more than enough for two complete meals. We had the prime rib which was superb! The fruit and yogurt parfait topped off the evening and we will definitely be back! – Live_for_vacation77, TripAdvisor
Deep Fork Wood Grill & Seafood
The culinary repertoire at Deep Fork Wood Grill & Seafood is equally deep, featuring standouts ranging from chicken brochette and strawberry cake to thick-cut steaks and cedar-plank salmon. A team of highly trained chefs cull fresh, local ingredients to craft dishes that—much like its annual bocce ball tournament—have become a community institution. On a given day, guests leisurely linger through lunch and dinner, sampling glasses of wine from an extensive list or sipping seasonal cocktails at the cozy copper bar.
Central Oklahoma City
5418 N Western Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118Get Directions