Diners can enjoy a glass of wine, tuck into a plate of ossobuco and watch the talented dancers move to the music.
Local restaurants create prix fixe menus and raise money for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma through Oklahoma City Restaurant Week.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with chocolate and flours in the form of cake, brownies and cookies at restaurants and bakeries across the metro.
“They are very influential in our Saturday business,” he said. “I didn’t realize that when I first bought the place, but the employees very quickly told me we had to get them back. They were only gone probably a couple of weeks.”
Put on your fat pants, belly up to the table and gorge yourself on dishes that will have you saying, “It’s too big!”
“Ugh. What did I do last night?” Sound familiar?
Ingrid’s Kitchen is opening a third location on North May Ave., 1492 is opening a second location in Casady Square.
Rather than slurping down soggy cereal or a heavily processed food-type product, metro eateries offer nourishing options for your morning meal. The Diner, 213 Main in Norman, has become a tradition among the go-to stops for breakfast munchies. Packed with classic American fare, the menu even attracted Guy Fieri of Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and…
Humble Pie Pizza1319 S. Broadway, Edmond 715-1818 Authentic pizza from New York and Chicago, owners Matthew and Joyanne Heard take pride in their pies. Customers nod approvingly at its most popular pizza, the Greek Goddess. Just recently the Heards revised their hours to do away with weekday lunches and now serve dinner Tuesday-Thursday, 4-9 p.m.;…
LATE NIGHT DINING David Callaway, the new bar manager at Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N. Youngs Blvd., wrote to tell about My Bar, the name of Ingrid’s new bar space that will serve food until 1:30 a.m. “The menu will also expand late night with new sandwiches and amazing hamburgers,” he said. Ingrid’s will be feature…