It can be tough to tell cage-fed chickens from free-range and even tougher to discern an organic head of lettuce from a genetically engineered head of lettuce with the body of a lion. Save the time you'd spend deliberating with today's Groupon to Sheridan's Unforked in Overland Park. Choose from two options:
• For $10, you get $20 worth of lunch or dinner fare.
• For $10, you get $25 worth of breakfast fare.
Chef Rob Corliss has composed a brand new, eclectic menu of dishes made from seasonal and local ingredients whenever possible and from meats that are free of added hormones or steroids. Sink gnashers into a Double Stack burger—a cheeseburger blanketed by a grilled portobello mushroom on a brioche bun ($6.50). The steak torta snuffs out belly fires with a steak perched upon an artisan roll and covered with refried black beans, jack cheese, and poblano chimichurri ($6.90). A plethora of aerodynamic tacos swiftly deliver savory cargo, such as the citrus crunch chicken ($3.30), or a muscle-building conglomeration of scrambled egg whites, spinach, blistered poblanos, and queso fresco on the Popeye breakfast taco ($2.50). Add a final flourish to any meal by swan diving into one of Unforked’s signature frozen-custard blends, such as a wedding cake concrete ($3.50–$5.20) or a toasted marshmallow shake ($2.40–$4.80).
Sheridan's Frozen Custard
Jim Sheridan's custard shop is packed with old-fashioned nostalgia. And it's not just the decor—Sheridan's desire to create and sell custard sparked from his own childhood memories of adventuring to upstate New York to get his hands on the frozen treat. Now at Sheridan's Frozen Custard, Jim not only opts to incorporate creamy chocolate and vanilla flavors topped with everything from mangoes to graham crackers to a variety candies, but he views the real cherry on top as top-grade customer service. Caramel pretzel crunch concretes, fresh-baked strawberry shortcake Sundays, and cookie dough pies further satisfy sweet tooths. For those who prefer a straw to a spoon, the shop's shakes, malts, and smoothies are there for the sipping.
After years of perfecting those frozen treats Jim set out to conquer the world of burgers. To do so, he pulled from the same old-fashioned recipe book that inspired his sweet treats. The Olathe location's new food menu is filled with American favorites, from grilled-to-order steakburgers to hand-cut fries dusted with a kiss of salt. No matter the order, each meal is made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, including grass-fed beef. Visitors can settle down at tables to enjoy their burgers and sandwiches or grab them to go at the convenient drive-thru.
7337 W 119th St.
Overland Park, Kansas 66213Get Directions