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Monday, March 31, 2014

pop-we Dinner Club Reviews Twisted Fork

Twisted Fork Grilled Chicken Plate.
This month population-we™ (pop-we) Dinner Club foodie Randy wanted something twisted as he chose the Twisted Fork located in the historic Old Market (1014 Howard St.) in Omaha, NE. They claim that their food is American comfort food with a Cowboy Twist. Blending Midwestern hospitality with cowboy bravado. The menu came about by a collaboration of chefs from restaurants located in Omaha, NE., Saint Paul, MN., and Frederick, MD.

When you walk into the Twisted Fork right away you notice the large bar along the left wall. The back of the bar is adorned with mirrors backing the selves, which are aligned with the assorted liquor bottles. On each side of the shelves there are televisions. As you pan your vision across the dining room, you will see chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and mirrors along the walls. On the left side of the room beyond the bar on the wall is couple wooden deer heads.

The menu is an interesting combination of sandwiches and entrees; from steaks, Cabernet Marinated Bleu Cheese Filet to Chili Relleno to Cowboy Breakfast Burger. I decided on the Grilled Chicken Plate which you have a choice of basil cream sauce, BBQ, or wild mushroom sauce served with vegetables and white truffle risotto. I ordered the dish with the wild mushroom sauce.

After compiling the surveys from the other pop-we Dinner Club foodies the club scores Twisted Fork a 3.7 star average on a scale of 1-5.

Atmosphere/Decor –
Twisted Fork Apple Crisp Dessert.

Cleanliness – 3.75

Wait Staff – 4

Menu – 3.75

Food Presentation – 4

Food Portions – 4

Food Taste – 3.75

Cost (was the cost worth meal?) – 3.25

Noise Level – 2.75

Overall Experience – 3.75

For more information regarding directions, catering or Twisted Fork, visit their website at

Fellow population-we™ readers, if you've been to Twisted Fork leave us a comment and tell us what you thought?

Want to do this yourself? To review How To Start Your Own Dinner Club, visit our January post about doing just that. Remember it is a template; tweak it to fit you and your friends' tastes. pop-we Dinner Club: good food…good friends…good times.

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