Several area restaurants are capitalizing on the trend by offering special lists as part of their New Year’s Eve events.
Grand Chairman Rocky Barrett fell in love with the concept after visiting one during his travels, with the added bonus that no one had ever opened up a true Brazilian steakhouse in Oklahoma.
Dust Bowl offers the coolness of yore: classic 1970s alleys with polished lanes and borrowed shoes. Citizens of OKC, you are now free to eat and bowl to your heart’s content.
We’ve pulled together a list of cool joints where you can get away from the in-laws for a bit and put the frayed nerves to rest.
You cooked for an army, and you feasted like a battle victor. Even so, if you’re like most families, your refrigerator is now packed tight with leftover food.
Here in Oklahoma, we sped straight into good, old chilled-to-the-bones winter.
Keith Patterson, co-owner and cook with wife Stephanie Patterson, is known to say, “If you cook with love, people taste it.”
Ever wanted to hear the story of Mustang Brewery from its humble beginnings to today? How about hearing it while you sample craft beers fresh from the brewery?
This Korean market (with a restaurant in the back) has everything you need for creating authentic Asian fare.
Ally Moore said she didn’t do anything that special.