The homemade chili and the fresh, thinly sliced jalapeños are what put Cheery Cheese Fries ($7) on the must-try list.
“I still eat The Hoagie,” she said. “My dad requests them all the time. I took them to his 92nd birthday not long ago.”
Wine of Fame kicks off Oct. 28, Trader Joe’s opens, Oklahoma Innocence Project holds catfish fry, EdFest is Oct. 14 and Fall Taste of Philippines is Oct. 8.
There’s no way to get enough sleep with so many premium shows available for streaming and several Pokémon that remain to be caught, so it’s up to our longtime friend caffeine to help us shoulder the load.
Man probably can and should live by tamales alone, but for a change of pace, try an elote ($2 for a small, $3 for a medium, $4 for a large).
“There’s going to be a lot of beer to drink,” he said.
“It’s always my goal to change people’s ideas about what vegan food is,” he said. “It can be filling and satisfying.”
Every day is a holiday for Rococo owner Bruce Rinehart, but Saturday is one of his favorites as the restaurant does another annual clambake.
The new coffee shop features java, hand tarts and a cheerful atmosphere.
Metro eateries serve meat every way possible and put it in everything from burgers to pizza.