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You are welcomed by the fires of their wood fire ovens, people are generally cheerful, not all, the food is simple and very good, the value is also good, simple, nice, bright and friendly on the Main Street... Great and easy lunch spot to eat...More
My partner and I ordered the Oak grilled d'artagnan duck breast and Oak grilled beef short rib for date night. The food was perfect and brilliantly put together. However our waiter was not attentive at all, never asked us how our food was or came...More
My favorite dish is no longer on the menu. Its a big dish and I ordered it anyway and took the rest to go every time I went there. PLEASE PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE bring it back.
The second best item on the menu is the...More
Made reservation far in advance for a special occasion. Pre-ordered the pork butt to be served family style. We were placed in the back side of the restaurant overlooking the server station and entryway to the bathroom. Food was served one hour after ordering and...More
We went to Oak for dinner the first time last week and we overall disappointed. The service was outstanding, but the food was quite so-so. While the menu was quite good and varied, the dishes we had were mediocre.
Totally enjoyed this, I have considered going here for dinner several times but I never think far enough ahead to get a reservation. I took my daughter for lunch as we were wandering around and it was great, she got the ramen and went with...More
My mother and I sat at the chefs counter and enjoyed a wonderful meal. We ordered the beet salad, lamb lasanga, and a chocolate Napoleon dessert. The flavor profiles were delightful and perfectly balanced and the presentation was on point. Our server was gracious and...More
We had dinner at the upscale Oak at Fourteenth (just off Pearl Street) in Boulder in late September 2018 on the first leg of a memorable road trip through the U.S. Southwest. The restaurant appeared to be nearly full when we arrived, but because we...More
The food is amazing - there is no doubting that. But our waiter was a surly rude man who seemed like he wanted to be anywhere but at work. He basically served all our food and drinks at the same time - no pacing, no...More