In recent years, new American cuisine has become more popular than old American cuisine, likely due to its lack of barbecued apple pie and slow-roasted Irving Berlin lyrics. Savor fresh flavor with today's Groupon to The Good Fork in Red Hook. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get a three-course prix fixe meal (up to a $44 value), available Sunday through Thursday evenings.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of à la carte fare and drinks on any day of the week.
Recognized by the New York Times and the Food Network, alongside many other media outlets, The Good Fork combines global techniques with local produce and proteins to create an original and eclectic dining experience. The prix fixe option allows diners to select any appetizer, main dish, and dessert from the regular menu, such as the pork and chive dumplings ($9), followed by korean steak and eggs ($21), and finished with caramel tea flan with almond brittle ($7). Customers dining à la carte can pick and choose from categories freely, indulging in a mom-defying all-dessert dinner if they so choose, or imbibing from a mom-approved full bar and diverse wine list.
- It has personality and warmth, just like the eclectic food that comes out of the quasi-open kitchen: Pork and chive dumplings feature a superbly delicate dough wrapper and a vibrant dipping sauce. – Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld, New York
- The Roasted Brussels Sprouts were an ingenious twist on a Caesar salad: arugula and the roasted brussels came dressed in a creamy, anchovy spiked caesar dressing. – Serious Eats: New York
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