DeepWood Dine Originals Week
A couple nights ago, the ’Wood delivered several courses of deep flavors at a surprisingly shallow cost. In fact I’d say its $20 special menu has to be one of the go-to deals of the week. Here’s a peek:
Since we were sharing everything and serial-eating that night (i.e. dining at multiple restaurants) and the bargain was so basement-like, we “splurged” $9 extra on the rich, tart, sweet, Asian, European, crunchy, creamy, subtle and assertive Duck, Duck, Duck starter—fun!
And, man, this mostly housemade charcuterie plate was a beauty well-worth the $8 upcharge!
The hits kept rolling in with this sage-kissed veal meatloaf plopped atop lovely, coarse polenta and plate-lick-worthy shiitakes awash in butter and Marsala wine; call it a nimble re-saddling of an old Italian-American warhorse.
Dessert was a root beer “bombe” that, though it didn’t live up to its predecessors, was nonetheless eaten in its entirety.