But Nic’s Place does so much more than burgers. That’s why I’d point you toward the chicken-fried steak dinner ($14.25 with salad and side).
“We built the truck with the idea of catering events at weddings, but we became a Made-in-Oklahoma, everyday food truck,” he said.
“Coffee machines are, ironically, not the best at making coffee. … They just dump the water on the coffee so you don’t get a consistent flow rate,” Worley said of drip-brew machines.
“The initial reason was because I wanted wine that everybody could afford,” Stith said. “These are geared to feature wines that are $25 or less.”
“Whoever buys it is going to have orders coming in within days of taking over,” Merritt told Oklahoma Gazette.
In addition to the brewery, there is a space for a restaurant on the other side of the building and for offices upstairs. Irby said he’s eager to see what might join him in the space, but he knows he won’t have any hand in running it.
“We do trivia on Wednesday nights and it’s standing room only,” he said. “A few nights, we have to turn them away until someone leaves to make room.”
“And my favorite is the MiG-28. In the movie, the MiG-28s are actually just F-5E Tiger IIs painted black and given a Soviet-esque red star,” he said. “So the MiG-28 cocktail is an Aviation with black food coloring.”
Rolling in Another food truck finds a permanent home as Holey Rollers readies a brick-and-mortar doughnut shop in Paseo Arts District. Founder Andrea Koester said it should open this summer inside the Paseo Plunge building, 3008 Paseo St. “It’s a pretty small space, so it shouldn’t be a long build-out process,” she said. “We plan…
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