What You'll Get
Although mountain men were adept at preparing wild game such as antelope and boar, their attempts at haute décor were dismal. Avoid unflattering earth tones and snagging your toe on a hidden stick with today's deal: for $20, you get $45 worth of Northwestern fare and drinks at Saskatoon's Buckhead location.
Featuring an outdoor patio and lodgelike interior, Saskatoon is a specialty chophouse that tames the wild outdoors, serving both exotic wild game and traditional entrees with a Northwestern flair. Following the rustic ritual, the Buckhead location's menu begins meals with appetizers such as the wild-game sausage sampler (different sampling of meats each week, $10), wild-boar flatbread ($9), and Northwestern steamers (fresh clams and mussels, $11). Venture further into the culinary mountains with entrees such as buffalo flank steak (served with caramelized onions and house honey-barbecue sauce, $23) and a full rack of lamb with zinfandel demi-glace ($32), or swim up a clear, cool flavor stream by opting for a rainbow trout, served sizzling in the pan ($19). Don't neglect your inner oenophile—Saskatoon has a wine list large enough to tickle any entree's fancy. A glass of Sea Ridge syrah ($6.50) or a Sterling sauvignon blanc ($6.50) will complement savory sustenance, and a sweet glass of Hungarian tokaji (dessert wine, $12) can put a delicious cap on your night's sleepy head.
Take a special someone to Saskatoon for a mountain-chic dining experience and express the feelings that only a hot, sizzling slab of meat can properly convey. Afterward, cozy up to the fire and enjoy Saskatoon's mountain-lodge atmosphere, guaranteed to be grizzly-bear free.
Valid for dine-in only.
Creative Loafing says of Saskatoon:
- Saskatoon's staff is terrific. The hostess is a gorgeous character who basically turns any area of the restaurant she occupies into a stage. A great experience. – Cliff Bostock
- They brought us several appetizers to sample, and I have to say – we all really enjoyed the food we tried. Of course, wild game was the main protein in each dish, and they were all very creative as well as delicious! – Lauren
- The menu itself offers a good selection of appetizers, a few choice salads and a handful of fish/seafood dishes, wild game dishes and "tame" game dishes if you will. There is something on this menu for everyone. – Robert S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 26, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table, limit 2 per table with 5 or more. Dine-in only. No cash back or credit. Not valid toward gift cards. Not valid with drink specials or other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.