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Oklahoma City's Whiskey Cake boasts a unique combination of mouthwatering foods and one-of-a-kind cocktails enjoyed in a stylish, cozy atmosphere. The restaurant offers delicious American fare served in hearty portions. Enjoy these dishes with your favorite drink from your table in the dining room, comfortable couch in the bar area or a breezy table on the patio surrounded by an herb garden.
Begin your meal at Whiskey Cake with a snack like fried green tomatoes, mussels with smoked chili butter or a plate of deviled eggs. A popular appetizer is a dish called the three little pigs, a row of sliders filled with pulled pork, slaw, whiskey barbecue sauce and crispy onions delivered to the table on a warm brick. The entrees at Whiskey Cake are best preceded by a salad. Savor the flavors of greens tossed with apple, pistachio, mint vinaigrette, beets and molten blue croutons.
An assortment of sandwiches are available at the restaurant from a traditional burger on a challah bun to New England style lobster salad on buttery brioche. Favorite sandwiches include the house cured turkey pastrami and the chicken and cheese melt, served with pesto mayo, avocado and Havarti. Entrees feature hearty portions of meats surrounded by delicious sides. Traditional rotisserie chicken, crusted redfish, smoked duck and chicken fried quail are a few of the options. Popular sides include sauteed green beans, warm quinoa salad and potato wedges fried in duck fat. Be sure to save room for the restaurant's namesake dessert, a sweet combination of toffee torte with Buffalo Trace, bourbon anglaise, spiced pecans and whipped cream.