Perhaps I’m just going blind in my old age, but I probably drove past Big Boy’s Bar-B-Que Express dozens of times without seeing it — and at least twice when I was specifically looking for it.
There’s a cultural renaissance happening in the heart of Oklahoma City. Everywhere you turn, there are events, new public artworks and a lot of restaurants, especially downtown.
Jeff Dixon and Aaron Soward weren’t interested in reinventing the chophouse with Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse.
A feel-good soundtrack, interior design elements straight out of The Brady Bunch, good lighting, unique eats, tasty beverages and bowling.
It’s time to re-experience downtown Oklahoma City dining.
It takes some guts to put your opinion of the food in the title of your own restaurant.
Sirloin don’t get no respect.
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.
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.