Workers in restaurants and bars have long enjoyed a safe, welcoming atmosphere where everyone can do good work and just be themselves.
Senate Bill 424 allows local breweries to sell full-strength brews directly to consumers.
Sunnyside Diner and Savings and Loan Co. open their doors and Mason Pacific presents a special dinner at The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro.
Local distiller Hunter Merritt opened a wine storage facility for oenophiles in Oklahoma City.
“The whole kitchen gained 50 percent capacity,” Fiaccone said. “We had reached critical mass.”
The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen celebrates its third birthday; Deuce Days/Jazz Nights make Tuesdays more musical; Whodunit Dinner Theater performs at V2 at Vast, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse and Ted’s Cafe Escondido; and Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar rolls out seasonal drinks.
“What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with beer, bacon and breakfast for Dad?” Adams said.
Monreal said his experience with RFBO is personal. He has friends who work there, and he has volunteered. He also has been on the other side of the exchange.
“A lot of our clients had jobs, but when they lost them, they went through their savings and now they need help,” Doss said.
Join Oklahoma Gazette June 6-12 as it presents Oklahoma City Restaurant Week. The citywide event features dozens of mouthwatering, specially priced menus from almost 50 participating metro restaurants. Learn more about original, chef-created prix fixe Restaurant Week selections on P.15 and how dining out helps Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma on P.17. See our guide…