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OKG Newsletter


Topic: burgers

Shack up

It might be called the ‘No Name’ burger, but it has a tasty identity.


Food and Drink Features

Greg Elwell
Irma's Burger Shack
1120 Classen Drive
235-4762

What works:
No Name Ranch burgers, down-home recipes, the Which Came First
What needs work:
Parking at both locations can be a headache.
Tips:
Check for specials. It’s usually the staff doing something fun and tasty with ingredients available.
 
Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Nic of time

You may have to stand in a long line, but these perfect patties are worth the wait.


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell
Nic's Grill
1201 N. Pennsylvania
524-0999

What works:
The food. Seriously. It’s uniformly good.
What needs work:
Specials ought to last a little longer than just before noon.
Tips:
Nic’s is cash only. If you go without cash, don't go without cash.
 
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Garden burgers — sorta


CFN

Gazette staff
Well, Nic — of Nic’s Grill onion burger fame — is expanding after years of operating from his tiny eatery on N. Pennsylvania.
 
Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Whoa, Nelly!


CFN

Gazette staff
Well, for all the hullabaloo earlier this year about horse slaughter, it appears Oklahoma won’t be home to any horse slaughterhouses anytime soon. Animal-rights activists can stand down, and fast-food lovers can continue enjoying their low-grade burgers without coming across any mane.
 
Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Bricktown boogie

Finally found a parking spot and have a few hours to kill before the game or hitting the dance floor? Have a burger!


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell
Bricktown Burgers
300 E. Main St.
232-4373

What works:
simple onion burgers cooked right
What needs work:
Avoid going overboard with toppings.
Tips:
Bring change for parking, or walking shoes.
 
Wednesday, September 18, 2013

OKG7 It’s a miracle on 23rd Street


Food and Drink Features

Kelley Chambers

Not so long ago, anyone frequenting retailers along NW 23rd Street between N. Broadway Avenue and Western Avenue was shopping for a wig or pawning a television. Cheever’s Cafe was the pioneering restaurant but sat alone for many years. Things didn’t happen overnight, but more restaurateurs gave 23rd a second look and that strip of Route 66 is a diner’s dream.

 
Monday, December 23, 2013

Let’s talk turkey

Finding turkey burgers, even in this meat-loving town, isn’t easy, but they add variety to any restaurant’s beefy menu.


Restaurant Reviews

Ken Langston
It’s no secret: Oklahoma City loves beef, and there is nothing quite like a great steak or burger. However, some people choose not to eat red meat for health or dietary reasons.
 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
 
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