Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master’s touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy saucy masterworks with today’s Groupon to Oklahoma Station BBQ. Choose from the following options:
- For $5, you get a meal for one (a $10.98 value).
- For $10, you get a meal for two (a $21.96 value).
- For $20, you get a meal for four (a $43.92 value).<p>
Each meal includes the following: - One choice of meat per person - Two sides per person - One drink per person<p>
Oklahoma Station BBQ concentrates on perfecting every slice and link of the meat that makes up its curated collection of smoked delicacies. Dinner meals offer up a choice of succulent meats, such as brisket sliced after emerging from blankets of hickory-wood smoke, juicy pork tenderloin, or hot links, named for all the plate theft they provoke. While waiting for drizzles of hot or mild barbecue sauces to infiltrate every meat crevasse, diners can sup on sides such as pillowesque potato salad, slaw drenched in garlic vinegar, or crisp chunks of hot fried okra. Finally, flumes of soft drinks and iced tea wash away noble attempts to store the meal in one’s cheeks for the winter.
Oklahoma Station BBQ
For hours, plumes of hickory-wood smoke crawl over whole cuts of beef brisket. When chefs haul the slabs from the smoker, each presents a study in contrast—caramelized, slightly crisped outsides surrounding soft, fall-apart meaty centers. Oklahoma Station BBQ’s house-specialty brisket crowns its selection of nine meats, which come glazed in signature hot or mild sauce. Both recipes blend ingredients such as brown sugar, roasted garlic, and apple-cider vinegar, and both remain closely guarded by former Spetsnaz agents. In addition to the restaurant's smoked-and-sauced meats, chefs also prepare an extensive sampling of requisite side dishes and desserts, from grilled corn on the cob to banana pudding.