Food trends come and go, along with rediscovered local favorites. Whether you’re a born-and-bred local, just visiting or going out for a flavor-filled night with friends, we rounded up 15 must-try items in Oklahoma City.
As the waiter walks the Cast Iron Chicken across the floor and between the tables, eyes disengage from conversation to see it pass.
Perhaps I’m just going blind in my old age, but I probably drove past Big Boy’s Bar-B-Que Express dozens of times without seeing it — and at least twice when I was specifically looking for it.
Jeff Dixon and Aaron Soward weren’t interested in reinventing the chophouse with Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse.
Sirloin don’t get no respect.
Too often, noise music is more about the show than the tell.
Few Oklahoma artists have utilized 2014 the way that singer-songwriter Aaron Pierce has
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.
Keith Patterson, co-owner and cook with wife Stephanie Patterson, is known to say, “If you cook with love, people taste it.”
This Korean market (with a restaurant in the back) has everything you need for creating authentic Asian fare.