Metro venues offer live music and good eats.
“Men can eat them,” she said. “They just have the extra ingredients a normal cookie doesn’t have.”
“Everyone selling alcohol is to be licensed through ABLE. We pushed hard for that,” Bice said.
In a string of stellar meals, I’d be hard-pressed to find one better than the redfish. Anyone who loves spice and seafood will probably be a fan.
Cally Johnson moves to J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House, The Watch-Out Forum provides answers about State Question 792 and Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma holds its Juliette Low Leadership Society Celebrity Chef Dinner.
Summer in Oklahoma is a hot mess, but restaurants in the metro have what you need to cool down.
Oklahoma City is crazy about one-of-a-kind meals, and local chefs and restaurants are happy to provide them.
The Meat Market Refectory offers prime cuts and overly excellent service.
Local organizers raise money for Classen School of Advanced Studies with a barbecue.
Herman Marshall moves into Oklahoma, Wine Spectator Magazine names winners, Wine for the People plan Olympic-themed event, B.J. Wexler gets a Slaughter’s Hall sandwich and Topgolf celebrates National Tequila Day.