About Park Avenue Grill - Skirvin Hilton
Park Avenue Grill is steeped in the heritage of Oklahoma City’s iconic Skirvin hotel. Through the restoration process of the restaurant we uncovered several elements of the original 1930 Skirvin Coffee Shop. This historical craftsmanship is why at Park Avenue Grill we pride ourselves on being different.
We feature a classic American grill with a strong focus on prime steaks, fresh seafood and pride in our Oklahoma food and beverage heritage. The grill will have updated menus November 1st for your dining pleasure and an expanded wine list and we will be offering 15 fantastic Oklahoma beers for your state sampling.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Contemporary American, Southern, American
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday, 6:30am to 11:00am, ala carte and buffet
Saturday and Sunday, 7:00am to 11:00am, ala carte and buffet
Monday thru Saturday, 11:00am to 2:00pm
Sunday, 11:00am to 2:00pm
Monday through Sunday, 5:00pm tp10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Jazz entertainment is featured Tuesday through Saturday in our signature Red Piano Lounge. Listing found at www.redpianolounge.com
Complimentary Valet parking is available for all our dining guests.
Private Party Facilities:
Our Private Dining Room (PDR) is able to accommodate groups ranging from 5 to 24 people in an elegant board room setting. The PDR is great for a morning breakfast or lunch meeting and can accomodate light av use. For dinner it is the perfect locale for a multi course wine dinner or special occassion event.
Additionally, we have the east third of the Park Avenue Grill which can be a private location for groups from 30 to 55. Package menus as well as custom menus available to meet your taste and expectations.
Private Party Contact:
Paul White: (405) 272-3040 ext. 5138
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Park Avenue Grill additionally offers special holiday events throughout the year. These include Thanksgiving, Easter Sunday, Mothers Day, Valentines Day and New Years Eve. We are also open for dinner on both Christmas eve, and Christmas Day.
Park Avenue Grill - Skirvin Hilton Ratings and Reviews
We went to Park Avenue Grill for Valentine's Day. The food was delicious and the service was wonderful! Although it was great, I don't think it was necessarily $150 worth of great. That's my fault for not calling ahead of time to see if they would be serving their regular menu which they weren't. Regardless, it was an enjoyable evening.
We went for a valentine's day lunch. I had the blt salad which was really good and my husband tried the french toast with citrus marcapone topping which he said was very good. Our waiter was very attentive. This place has a very private feeling - perfect for the day.
As usual our meal at the Skirvin was lovely. I had the scallops and hubby had the rib eye, both were amazing. The champagne margaritas are nice and refreshing. Our waitress was attentive without pestering us. It is always a nice special evening out (of course we love their brunch too!!)
I had eaten here before a few years earlier, and had really enjoyed it. Since I was staying at the Skirvin, I thought I'd try it again. I waited for 5+ minutes for someone to seat me. I had to ask for a wine/drink menu, and was given maybe 30 seconds before being asked what I wanted...a little daunting considering the drink menu is pages and pages. My server was very friendly. The food was ok-the steak was a little tough, and the yucca fries were ok, but there was no sauce to go with the steak or fries. Overall, based on my previous experience and the prices on the menu, it was a little disappointing.
This was my first visit to the Park Avenue Grill in the Skirvin Hilton. First, it needs to be pointed out that this is a beautiful historic hotel and the ambiance is amazing! The service was excellent and we were attended to by three different people who were all very polite and helpful. I had an excellent salad and the pork chop. I had ordered the pork chop medium and it was great. Here is my only small complaint. The pork chop came in a large bowl on top of the potatoes and it was difficult to cut this way. I think that it would be a lot easier if it were on a normal plate with the potatoes and vegetables along side. We all had cocktails which were excellent and finished with coffee. We were all too full for dessert but the choices looked great.
I would highly recommend the Park Avenue Grill to anyone visiting Oklahoma City. It also looked like a lovely hotel and I would want to stay there the next time I visit.
Was quiet & nice historical place. Food was good. Overall was ok. Environment was really slow that night & our server took a long time to return with things we asked for & drinks, not sure why. But the lounge next next door was a little more lively & had a nice bar. I will try it again, maybe just caught a weird night!
Very disappointed in service and attentiveness of staff. We were a party of 14 and for awhile the only only people in the restaurant. extremely slow...what should have been 1 1/2 hour dinner, took 2 1/2 hours. Food was lukewarm, dinner rolls were hard and cold, coffee was cold, entrees were brought out very staggered and slowly, and pork chops were over cooked on 3 out of 5 of them ordered.
only 1 waiter who just could not service well and keep up.
exceedingly disappointed for what is touted as a high end downtown restaurant.
Food was good but service fair. When we told the waiter that the rolls were hard as if they had been microwaved too long he said there wasn't anything he could do that's just the way they are. We saw him speak to a person who I believe was the manager That person never addressed us. Waiter slow on service. Nice but not experienced enough to be working as a waiter in what is suppose to be an upscale hotel.
The service was attentive without being obtrusive, and the presentation of everything was lovely - from the actual restaurant to the place settings to the food. And the food was delicious!
They were also very gracious when our party went from ten people planned to five people in actuality, and they would have been equally gracious had that been reversed.
Will definitely dine here again, and am looking forward to a Sunday Brunch soon!
We always really enjoy our brunches at the Park Avenue Grill! We do the $30 option and just keep eating. The drinks are fun, the food is great! Edgar Cruz is there playing the guitar often, man that guy can play! So overall fair price, good food, great atmosphere and you can't go wrong.
came here 3 or 4 years ago on Vday and loved it. was worth every penny. Vday 2016, we hardly ate any of the courses.
1st course) poached lobster was undercooked.
2nd) artichokes were tiny and dry, asparagus was raw, as in, directly from walmart to plate. treviso (Radicchio) has bitterness to it, but this was beyond bitter. My spouse and I watched other tables as they got this salad. we had a good laugh at watching every tables reaction upon first bite. Not one table took more than once bite of it. lol (I felt bad for the servers)
3rd/main) we had pork tenderloin & Ribeye. Both dishes were basically just a plate of meat with 2-3 garnishes.(carrots/onions/mushrooms). It reminded me of how my dog eats.
4th course/dessert) best thing of the night!!! really good cookie/wafer with whipped cream. It was the highlight.
When my wife asked what blush wines they carried, she didnt think they carried blush. It turned out the server didnt know the type of wine "blush" is.
Was not worth the $150 or even half of that unfortunately. I was so sad since we loved this place a couple years ago.
My wife and I had the fixed price Valentine's Day dinner menu. I had higher expectations as the Skirvin is a nice hotel and we've been here previously for Thanksgiving lunch. Our food was cold, the steak was overdone, the décor was old, the floor tiles were coming up, it was all in all a decidedly unromantic scene.
Not my first time at Park Ave Grille but it may be my last. Our server obviously had never worked in an upscale restaurant. She had no idea how to uncork and serve wine. Some training for her and the shift manger will definitely benefit them and the restaurant. The prime rib was dry and cold. The potatoes were luke warm. We had to request bread.
From the grand entrance to the welcoming smiles to the warm greetings, it's all a foretaste to an incredible dinner. Our annivesary dinner was without pause or complaint. My wife's salmon thrilled her, and my grilled flat iron steak was perfect! And with a staff that went above and beyond, it was a perfect evening. Thanks to park ave grill!
Used to love taking business guests to the Park Avenue Grill but I won't any longer. While the food is quite pretty...it doesn't deliver in taste. My salad had huge chunks of cauliflower and half carrots. Too hard to cut and certainly awkward to eat. Comments around the table were the same - pretty, but average in taste. Pie dessert...which we were splitting among 2 of us, came out with three bites of pie on a bed of toasted meringue. Again, pretty, but three bites...really?
They've taken some things off the menu because they claim to have locally sourced food now. Salmon and shrimp in Oklahoma? I don't think so.
Blue jeans and checked shirts do not do this historic hotel justice. Go back to white tablecloths and good food...not just pretty food.
I just won't go back.
It was the best watermelon I have ever had. That was exactly what I needed after a late night birthday celebration with my sweetheart. Best brunch ever, all of the food had special flavor detail I hadn't had before. This place also had live music so it was pretty relaxing.
I have eaten brunch at The Park Ave. Grill at the Skirvin two times. Both times it was very tasty, with a varied choice of dishes and good service. I prefer seated service to a buffet, which makes people overeat. With the $30. option you can have as many servings as you want, but it is delivered one selection at a time, freshly cooked. It also comes with two cocktails which makes it a decent deal. There was music by Edgar Cruze, and the atmosphere is happy and relaxed.
Food, service and ambiance were all very good. My wife had the Buffalo Short Ribs, I had the Salmon. Food was well prepared and presented. The Chess Pie dessert was delicious and interestingly presented. We'd go back anytime. The only puzzle to the entire night was that we were the only diners in the place! Not another soul came in between 6 & 7pm on a Saturday night. I just don't understand it given the quality of the service and food. Maybe someone else can shed some light on this?
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