Nestled in the trees, The Park House, under the ownership of local restaurateurs Peter and Sherree Holloway, is a little hard to find– but definitely worth the effort. The restaurant is located mid-block on Robinson between Reno and Sheridan (directly between the Cox Convention Center and Myriad Botanical Gardens).
The restaurant features expansive outdoor dining areas that take full advantage of the lush gardens grounds. Park House’s dining room is encased in glass and provides a 180-degree view of the gardens. The night-time view of the tubular botanical gardens and its revolving lights is breathtaking.
Local Chefs Jonathan Krell and Jeffrey Holloway have tantalized the taste buds of locals, as well as many visitors to the City. This family-friendly concept is in a setting that is second to none. The menu begins with a host of appetizers including a whimsical-yet-divine flight of deviled eggs. Each egg is filled with different delights, including a house-cured bacon with Danish blue cheese and a special-recipe roasted red pepper. Additional appetizers include the tempting chicken and waffle fry nachos, edamame hummus and crispy shrimp called “pop rocks”.
For entrees, the Park House menu is designed to tempt the taste buds, whether you try their rotisserie prime rib, filet mignon, halibut fish and chips, pork belly carbonara or the grilled salmon. Side dishes don’t take second place here - options include smoked cheddar mashed potatoes, roasted seasonal vegetables, lima bean and sweet corn succotash and more. The desserts are more fun than spectacular, which families will appreciate. The crowd-pleasing warm cookies and milk hearken to the unadulterated joy of cookies fresh from mom’s oven with cold milk served like a milkshake. Feeling adventurous? Wrap your mind around the “Elvis” pie - graham cracker crust, peanut butter mousse, bananas, whipped cream and bacon brittle.
Brunch at Park House is a must. The view of the Myriad Gardens and the city skyline are unbeatable. Beyond the expected - try pork belly and white cheddar grits or the crispy oysters and poached egg. It is proclaimed by many to be the best brunch in OKC.
The Park House is open for lunch and dinner daily, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays. Valet parking is offered in the evenings for $10 per car.
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