What You'll Get
The kitchen is statistically the most dangerous room in a home because it contains the highest concentration of knives, open flames, and pots full of freedom-hungry lobsters. Learn to navigate this danger zone with today’s Groupon to Smoke. on Cherry Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $94, you get admission for two to a BYOB French, American, or Italian cooking class (a $200 value).
- For $560, you get a private BYOB French, American, or Italian cooking class for 12 (a $1,200 value). <p>
Smoke. on Cherry Street’s experienced chefs, led by executive chef Erik Reynolds who was voted Best Chef in 2011 by Urban Tulsa Weekly readers, guide small groups through gourmet-meal preparation in an upscale, professional kitchen. Designed for couples, the BYOB culinary-creation sessions host a maximum of 12 participants, and pupils may opt for French, American, or Italian menu genres. Along with overseeing the courses, the chefs at Smoke outfit learners with all the necessary supplies, including locally sourced ingredients, utensils, aprons, and instructional materials should anyone forget how many gallons are in a teaspoon. Once the meal’s components have come together on the plate, students chow down on the finished product alongside their peers and instructors. Diners are encouraged to tote along bottles of wine or inspirational haiku to share with fellow students.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 1 month advance reservation required. Subject to availability; classes must fill up. 48hr cancellation notice or fee up to $55 may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Smoke on Cherry Street
Led by executive chef Erik Reynolds, who was voted Best Chef in 2011 by Urban Tulsa Weekly readers, Smoke on Cherry Street's experienced chefs take locally sourced ingredients and transform them into culinary works of art. An ever-evolving menu showcases the creativity chefs unleash on ingredients heckled for at local farmers’ market, which often results in refined takes on American classics such as crispy quail legs and crab-stuffed fried green tomatoes. While munching on the contemporary fare, diners can visually gorge on local artwork and the flat-screen TVs that line the exposed brick walls of the dining room. Within that dining room, incandescent light illuminates traditional table settings, spinach stuck in strangers' teeth, and lounge-style seating.
While its cuisine occupies a rightful place in the spotlight, Smoke's beating heart is its rugged cigar room, where smokers can puff away on cigars purchased onsite or brought from home. Wood-paneled walls and leather furniture surround a humidor filled with cigars from international brands including Cohiba and Romeo y Julieta. The room also comes equipped with a ventilation system that replenishes smoky air with the same fresh oxygen mixture Jennifer Lopez breathes eight times every hour.