The atmosphere was nice…elegant but casual. There were four of us total, and only one of the meals was memorable (I believe it was the medallions). At the beginning, our server took drink orders, and I ordered a glass of wine I had had several times before. The glass of wine he brought out was definitely not it - it was super sweet, which I am not a fan of - but he maintained that it was what I ordered, as though I had been confused about what wine I had selected. My date and I shared the "Butcher's Block," which is a chef-selected entree assortment at market price. This particular evening, it came with a tenderloin, a pork chop, and a Mahi filet, and included several side dishes. The side dishes were great (truffle mashed, sautéed brussels sprouts, arugula and tomato salad), but all three entree selections were dry and bland. Including tip, my date and I ended up spending nearly $250 between us, and we certainly didn't get our money's worth from either quality or service. We have had unique, delicious, unbelievably amazing meals in Tulsa for less than half of what we paid at Smoke. It was honestly a bit of a let-down.
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