“We built the truck with the idea of catering events at weddings, but we became a Made-in-Oklahoma, everyday food truck,” he said.
Pumpkins, goblins, zombies, murder mysteries, terror trails, candy, cocktails, costumes, bar crawls and more haunt the metro this season. With two weekends in which to celebrate the coming of all hallows’ eve this year, our city offers dozens of activities for adults and families alike. Heeeeere’s Oklahoma Gazette’s list of things to do and see…
“It’s always my goal to change people’s ideas about what vegan food is,” he said. “It can be filling and satisfying.”
Fireworks and sparklers aren’t the only ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, especially here in the metro.