People are crazy for brunch. So Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center decided to make a crazy brunch for the people. The Art of Brunch debuts 10:30 a.m. June 17 at Campbell Art Park, 1146 N. Broadway Ave. Oklahoma Contemporary event manager Jayme Phillips described the happening as an “Alice in Wonderland garden party circus.” “This is…
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“We know our guests, we listen to them and we think they’ll be really pleased with this transition,” said founder and CEO Hal Smith.
Our ancestors figured out a simple equation: breakfast + lunch + a little booze = brunch.
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