Its offerings include macarons, doughnuts and sandwiches.
The homemade chili and the fresh, thinly sliced jalapeños are what put Cheery Cheese Fries ($7) on the must-try list.
“I still eat The Hoagie,” she said. “My dad requests them all the time. I took them to his 92nd birthday not long ago.”
Sliced bread, fresh ingredients and some inventive naming techniques make The Sandwich Club a totally rad choice in OKC.
Lang’s Bakery goes beyond baked goods and serves up exemplary Vietnamese dishes.
Items on the menu are meant to complement the Slaughter’s Hall beer selection.
If you like sandwiches, you’re in luck — The Sandwich Club is on a quest for perfection.
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It got them thinking. “We talked about doing a po’ boy truck for a while,” said Bryan Neel, co-owner of S&B’s. “The truck ended up being an S&B’s truck, but we kept playing with the idea.” That tinkering eventually evolved into Hillbilly Po’ boys and Oysters, 1 N.W. Ninth, one of the metro’s newest restaurants.…
Cobb Salad By: Mark Hancock With two locations in the heart of Sooner football country, its dining room walls are covered with pigskin programs dating back to when the University of Oklahoma had a bedlam rivalry with a school called Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College. There are old photos, pennants, ticket stubs and memorabilia all…