$25 for $50 Worth of Gourmet Steak, Seafood, and Pasta at Oakland Hall Inn

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Angus Reserve steaks in house-blend spice rub; more than 200 wines

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Promotional value expires Nov 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 8/10/12. Appointment required. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for lunch. Not valid for Lobster fest or 3 course meal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$25 for $50 Worth of Gourmet Steak, Seafood, and Pasta

Dinner entrees include a 16-ounce Angus Reserve rib-eye steak in a house-blend spice rub ($37), lobster agnolotti in a tomato-cream sauce ($27), and honey-roasted duck in a strawberry-and-grappa reduction ($32). Specials featuring seasonal ingredients also make daily appearances. See the full lunch and dinner menus.

Oakland Hall Inn

In 1828, Reuben Burr sold his property to a family of wealthy carriage makers, the Cosfords, who christened their new home with the name Oakland Hall. More than 170 years and several owners, purposes, and names later, Tom and Irene Ntoulas transformed Burr's homestead into the Oakland Hall Inn, a fine-dining restaurant whose history complements its classic, upscale food. Chef Charyk plucks flavour and inspiration from the herb garden behind the inn, culls Ontario-sourced veggies and lamb, and brings in specialty cheeses, venison, quail, and perfect French pronunciation from Quebec. He aims to surprise his guests with flavours they've never tried, and more than 200 Old and New World wines ensure that each new experience is expertly paired with a delightful vintage.

Oakland Hall Inn

In 1828, Reuben Burr sold his property to a family of wealthy carriage makers, the Cosfords, who christened their new home with the name Oakland Hall. More than 170 years and several owners, purposes, and names later, Tom and Irene Ntoulas transformed Burr's homestead into the Oakland Hall Inn, a fine-dining restaurant whose history complements its classic, upscale food. Chef Charyk plucks flavour and inspiration from the herb garden behind the inn, culls Ontario-sourced veggies and lamb, and brings in specialty cheeses, venison, quail, and perfect French pronunciation from Quebec. He aims to surprise his guests with flavours they've never tried, and more than 200 Old and New World wines ensure that each new experience is expertly paired with a delightful vintage.

Customer Reviews

Very nice atmosphere, good food, polite Servers.
Margie R. · June 17, 2013
It could offer a daily special
John T. · November 11, 2012
We will definitely come back for dinner as the service was great and our meals were fabulous & served hot! We thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to Oakland Hall. Thanks for the wonderful dining experience, so close to home.
Kim K. · November 11, 2012

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