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What You'll Get
Adding gourmet ingredients to a meal makes a commonplace activity feel special, much like brushing your teeth with a sparkler or withdrawing money from an ATM while holding it at gunpoint. Cash in on culinary craftsmanship with today's Groupon to One2One Restaurant and Bar in Frisco. Choose between two options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of dinner cuisine, served after 4 p.m.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of lunch fare, served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
One2One stays accessible to all gracious guests by sporting an open-kitchen dining room, semi-private wine room, spacious bar, and covered patio overlooking the graceful Stonebriar Fountain. Merry visitors can come in early to check out the lunch menu, bedecked by burgers, wood oven pizzas, and other patriotic staples, including the grilled marinated chicken ($12) served with whipped potatoes and organic veggies and the lobster carbonara ($23), served with green peas, bacon, shallots and fresh black pepper linguine. During dinner, diners can sample an expanded array of seafood, landfood, and weekly chef's specials. Top saliva-inducers include the Alaskan halibut ($30) and ginger beef tenderloin ($30), which both pave the way toward saccharine endings such as the stomach-warming crème brulee ($7).
Prior to taking the reigns at One2One, head chef Jeff Moschetti honed his culinary touch while designing charitable food programs and menus for dignitaries. His wood-fired American cuisine is always prepared with an emphasis on fresh, organic ingredients, including all natural Angus beef and nature's life spices—love, and usually at least a pinch of salt.
One2One Restaurant and Bar was featured in D Magazine and in the Dallas Morning News. Seventy-four OpenTable reviewers give the restaurant an average of 3.9-stars, and it is named an OpenTable "Diner's Choice Winner." Five Yelpers award an average of 3.5-stars, and three Citysearchers award a perfect five-star average.
- Thanks to veteran Dallas chef Jeff Moschetti, Frisco has a new chef-driven restaurant with a menu featuring local products. Yes, you will find the usual suspects, such as halibut, salmon, scallops, and steaks. But you will also encounter Moschetti's talent of twisting tastes. – Nancy Nichols, D Magazine
- The service was excellant [sic] and the food was very very good. Will return and also recommend the place to others. – OpenTable user who dined on 2/14/2011
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid toward alcohol. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About One2One Restaurant and Bar
Executive Chef Tommy Simpson pulls inspiration for his menu from 18 years of traveling the world—he's studied at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, bustled about kitchens in South America, and experimented with recipes in Europe. Today, he crafts innovative American dishes at One2One Restaurant and Bar, which took four bronzes, one silver, and one gold in Plano Profile's 2012 Best Eats Restaurant Survey. Simpson's creations include steaks topped with wasabi mash, blackened chicken sliders smeared with chipotle mayo, and rock shrimp paired with sriracha. He also stacks a wood-fired oven with crispy pizzas and brushetta breads that are speckled with gourmet toppings of lobster, prosciutto, and fig.
The kitchen looks out onto the restaurant’s cavernous dining hall, where light trickles down onto rows of black booths and stone-tiled walls. Blue lanterns surround the granite bar, spotlighting bartenders as they uncork bottles of fine wine and whip up cocktails. An awning stretches out over the outdoor patio, where diners can admire the front lawn’s fountain, which erupts with majestic streams of water and grants three wishes to those who’ve never cheated on a math test.