The kitchen, the irrefutable heart of any household, provides nourishment, communion, and fresh oxygenated blood to all rooms of the domicile through a specialized HVAC system and a series of laser-guarded aqueducts. Pay homage to the beating heart of the home with today's Groupon: for $15 you get $30 worth of fine dining and drinks at the KITCHEN. This deal is valid for dine-in at the KITCHEN and also at the KITCHEN's market. A food purchase is required with this Groupon.
The KITCHEN provides an elegant lunch and dinner experience with a new menu every week that is almost entirely composed of locally sourced produce and meats. The same ingredients, as well as other items such as distinctive oils and decadent chocolates, are available for purchase in the market. Formerly Center 1 Market, the KITCHEN maintains the gourmet grocery-shopping experience championed by its predecessor, while expanding from eight to 38 seats, enough to accommodate half the River City (Iowa) Trombone Brigade. Every Tuesday, a new menu goes into effect—past dishes include a half-roasted chicken ($21) from Bryant Farms, served with roasted fingerlings and salami hash plus wilted greens, and a butternut squash vol-au-vent ($20), served with dried cranberries and broiled goat cheese. For brunch, expect upscale comfort food such as "The Brad" ($12): three fried eggs layered with Genoa, provolone, and mayo on a hoagie roll. An extensive wine list offers myriad grapeblood varieties to pair with each meal.
On Mondays, the restaurant is closed while Chef Ian retools the menu, but patrons may visit the market to pick up premium items to cook with at home, or they can sit and enjoy snacks and check up on their Fantasy Croquet league with the available WiFi.
This deal is valid both at the KITCHEN and The Market; its value may be used over multiple visits to The Market, but not the KITCHEN.
The KITCHEN (formerly known as Center 1 Market and Cafe) was featured in Urban Tulsa Weekly and the Tulsa World's Weekend magazine. Ninety-three percent of 46 Urbanspooners recommend it, and more than 500 Facebookers are fans of the business:
- Just a glance at the display is impressionable. A section of fresh herbs, six types of apples, fresh greens and root vegetables were stately, obviously firm with freshness, but my eye caught the various fresh mushrooms looking as if they were picked on another planet. – Katharine Kelly, Urban Tulsa Weekly
- Excellent produce, cheeses and local goods. Every visitor made to feel at home... A rare find and a Tulsa jewel. – Denisebrewer, Urbanspoon
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