Deep Deuce Grill finds winning combination of food, culture, history

Oklahoman Modified: July 9, 2010 at 6:47 pm •  Published: May 4, 2010
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Nestled in Midtown on NE 2 is where you can find the Deep Deuce Grill, a place known for its lively atmosphere. The Deep Deuce neighborhood itself is known for its culture and history.

These are elements found in the Deep Deuce Grill, as well, where customers can actually eat on a piece of history. The bar was once a pew from the old Calvary Baptist Church, and the tables were constructed from segments of floor from the medical offices that once were upstairs.

Atmosphere doesn’t mean much without good food, and the Deep Deuce boasts burgers, pizza, sandwiches and pastas.

“Our shrimp and chicken kabobs may be the most popular dish with the customers,” Manager Stephen Simmons said.

The Deep Deuce also is well-known for its happy hour, which starts at 4 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. One recommended drink is the Deep Deuce Club Special, which is a mixture of Stoli Blueberry Vodka and Chambord.

“The Lynchburg Peach Lemonade is pretty good,” Simmons said. “It’s been featured on the Jack Daniels website.”

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