Grand Chairman Rocky Barrett fell in love with the concept after visiting one during his travels, with the added bonus that no one had ever opened up a true Brazilian steakhouse in Oklahoma.
Dust Bowl offers the coolness of yore: classic 1970s alleys with polished lanes and borrowed shoes. Citizens of OKC, you are now free to eat and bowl to your heart’s content.
Keith Patterson, co-owner and cook with wife Stephanie Patterson, is known to say, “If you cook with love, people taste it.”
Ever wanted to hear the story of Mustang Brewery from its humble beginnings to today? How about hearing it while you sample craft beers fresh from the brewery?
The cold wind ripping and the wet snow falling doesn’t mean another boring meal of chicken soup or beef stew for dinner. Plenty of local eateries specialize in unique, south-of-the-border fare.
Yes, it’s true. Oklahoma has an official state meal. Approved in 1988 by the 41st Legislature, it includes much-loved Southern home-cooked favorites.
There is a lot going on downtown this month, from finding Segway Santa to the Boathouse District’s numerous activities, including a zip-line and a rock wall. All that fun can work up quite the appetite.
There are days when cooking just isn’t in the cards.
Lately, more sophisticated versions have appeared on metro menus, raising the profile of the much-loved dish.
I have a confession to make: I love a good bar. And I really love a good cheeseburger.