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About Cork & Fork
A Unique Wine Bar & Kitchen ,featuring the award winning signature cuisine of Executive Chef & Owner Andie Hubka
Cork & Fork is the desert areas first wine bar & small plates kitchen, showcasing fabulous affordable wines from around the world and incredible dishes to go with them. The menu features eclectic ingredients and familiar foods done with a twist in Chef Hubka's signature style.
This is a one of a kind spot for foodies and wine lovers to come together - where our motto is always Mix, Match, Mingle - ENJOY!
La Quinta, CA 92253
Tapas / Small Plates, Fusion / Eclectic, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Cork & Fork is open for Dinner Only!
We open Tues - Sun at 4pm, with our last seating at 8:30 T-Thu and 9pm on Fri / Sat
We are currently closed all Mondays.
Happy Hour is served nightly from 4-6pm, available throughout the restaurant
Our patio is available on select nights in the cooler season Nov-Jun. Please note in your reservation if you'd like outdoor dining and we will do our best to accommodate you.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Catering is available by calling our sister business Cooking with Class at 760-777-1161 or contacting us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining is available in our private event venue - the Cooking with Class kitchen classroom or on our private patio, depending on group size and style of event.
Private Party Contact:
Andie Hubka: (760) 777-7555
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For groups of 10 or more we are happy to offer group dining menus.
Please email to email@example.com for more information
Cork & Fork Ratings and Reviews
excellent food and wine - they could benefit from some sound proofing panels installed on the ceiling - it was way too loud with the close seating and hard to block out the conversations on both sides of our table. I wouldn't go again on an anniversary but definitely for any other time.
This restaurant was highly recommended and got good reviews. The first two plates were very good. We had soup of the day but had to send it back to heat up. Then we had goat cheese bruschetta and loved it. The scallops were good but polenta was mushy and ruined the dish. We will go back and try other items. Had a great glass of Pinot Noir.
We had eaten a very nice meal there about a year ago and were disappointed this time. The deviled eggs were not "deviled" rather icy cold congealed hard boiled eggs topped with a jalapeno sauce, very disappointing, the shrimp and grits were more chorizo than shrimp and grits, service was subpar, but what killed it was a $25.00 corkage fee per bottle!
Our food was excelllent. We particularly liked the farmers market salad. We chose the remainder of our meal from the happy hour menu and, although the appetizers were excellent, they were a little rich - probably too much of a good thing. The patio space is beside a busy street but we got used to it.
Absolutely loved it. Almost wish we had more people in our party so we could have tried more dishes. The Thai Shrimp Cakes and Pan Seared Scallops were amazing. Also had Shrimp and Grits, the Mike Pizza and the Everything Deviled Eggs. Nothing disappointed and everything was extremely flavorful. Topped it all off with King's Hawaiian Bread Pudding. It could have used a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream to cut the sweetness, but was still yummy. The Happy Hour food and wine offerings were a great value. Not a fan of their dining time limit, but we were able to stay longer since the restaurant wasn't full the night we were there.
This has been my favorite restaurant in the neighborhood for quite a while; however I was disappointed in my last visit. The market salad had virtually no dressing on it and the avocado toast was basically mushy bread with some slices of avocado on it. Maybe it was just an off night for the cooks. I've eaten here many times and it's been delicious. Pizza is the best. The scallops with polenta are to die for.
We finally went to Cork and Fork and it was lovely in the sense that both the bartender and our server were really helpful and just seemed down to earth. The food had nice flavor. We started with the goat cheese bruschetta and it was excellent. For dinner, I ordered the scallops and although it's a small dish, it was plentiful. My husband had the pork tacos and thought they were good. I'd go back in a minute! :)
We had a wonderful time and made a memory!! We came to celebrate my wife's birthday with a group of 10ppl including two children age 3. The service was wonderful and the ambiance was perfect. It was so fun trying different food and as a group this is the perfect place to share plates and expand your taste buds. Our two little ones did great for being 3 but I'm sure we where a little louder group than they normally have. However, the staff was very gracious with us and helped to make a wonderful memory for our entire group. Thank you!!
Delightful unique dining experience. Attentive service. All dishes are meant to be shared. They are creatively designed and are taste treats. Open your mind and your mouth for some interesting and tasty food combinations. It's a fun relaxed atmosphere. Nothing else quite like it here in the desert, that I am aware of. It is a small interior space, nicely designed, they also have outdoor dining on a side patio. The owner/chef has a cooking school adjacent to the restaurant. I definitely recommend this fun dining experience.
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