If you’re looking for a place to meet up with longtime friends or find some new ones, some of Oklahoma City’s most accepting bars welcome you.
Gypsy Glam Roadshow’s Music and Wine Festival features Oklahoma wineries and breweries, food trucks and live entertainment.
Guests can tour the facility, including a pair of custom-built coffee roasters, Big Red and Little Red; see brewing method demonstrations; and talk with Eôté staff about where the coffee is sourced and created.
Gogi Go will offer classic Korean flavors over rice, in a salad or in a burrito.
Edmond is home to a more than a few excellent dining options.
“It has this delicate flavor that is so expressive I had to build a beer around it,” he said. “All of our beers are ingredient-driven.”
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery arrives in Oklahoma, Made in Oklahoma Fest is Saturday, Revealing Ramadan is Thursday and more.
Oklahoma City is known for oil derricks, tornados and, as of late, a pretty successful professional basketball team. Slightly less well-known is how the city welcomed in refugees following the Vietnam War, which also opened OKC to the world of Asian cuisine. Decades later, it’s easy to find top-notch food from a variety of countries.…
People are crazy for brunch. So Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center decided to make a crazy brunch for the people. The Art of Brunch debuts 10:30 a.m. June 17 at Campbell Art Park, 1146 N. Broadway Ave. Oklahoma Contemporary event manager Jayme Phillips described the happening as an “Alice in Wonderland garden party circus.” “This is…
Busy bees Myriad Botanical Gardens offers two sweet ways to celebrate National Pollinator Week, which draws focus to the valuable environmental roles played by butterflies, bats, birds and bees. Buzzing Bees 2-3:30 p.m. June 17 in the Terrace Room of Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory in the gardens, 301 W. Reno Ave., is a class for…