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.
Oklahoma boasts almost 50 wineries, which might surprise many wine enthusiasts. Sixteen of those will be featured at Wines of the West, where guests can sample some of the best of Oklahoma in one of its most unique settings.
“Whoever buys it is going to have orders coming in within days of taking over,” Merritt told Oklahoma Gazette.
“The whole experience at syrup. is totally different,” he said. “I think every great restaurant needs three great things: service, product and atmosphere. We do it all very well.”
Roughtail Brewing Co. celebrates four years of making some of the best IPAs around with a party noon-9 p.m. Saturday at its Midwest City headquarters, 1279 N. Air Depot Blvd.
“With the perfect mix of some of my recipes and the Speakeasy, it is a delicious combination,” he said.
Oak & Ore is also using the opportunity to debut new menu items.
Royal renovations Midtown restaurant Gigglez Bar & Grill is gone. New owners James Vu, Vuong Nguyen and Shyon Keoppel are replacing it with Kong’s Tavern, 1016 N. Walker Ave. Customers can expect gourmet french fries, hot wings, nachos and street tacos with a blend of Asian and Latin American influences. Vu said more menu items…
Oklahoma City Midtown Rotary Club’s Spelling Bee(r) returns, Paul Zimmerman buys majority share of Leaf & Bean and Caffeine Crawl returns to the metro.
Esca Vitae, which is Latin for “food is life,” is a partnership between retired Kerr-McGee supply chain logistics specialist Don Mills and anesthesiologist Steven Lantier.