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Seasonal Fried Chicken Taco at Cultivar, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Cultivar Mexican Kitchen is becoming Automobile Alley’s Mexican food hub

Cultivar Mexican Kitchen is becoming Automobile Alley’s Mexican food hub

If it had nothing else going for it, Cultivar Mexican Kitchen would be a hit for the patio alone. Even in the depth of Oklahoma City’s winter, which 2016 taught us can be anywhere from snowy with temps below freezing to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, the patio gives diners a look at an always-busy Automobile Alley.

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Museum Cafe plans special New Year’s Eve dinner

Hands-on art projects, a film screening and a special dinner are among Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s New Year’s Eve activities.

Doug Rader makes a spice mix at Native Roots Market in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Fight winter weight gain with fresh spices and this Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro recipe

“Getting whole spices lets us toast them on our own and either use them whole or get the right grind,” he said.

Claim steaked

Dianne Moentnish and Greg Gawey Photo by Mark Hancock That uncle, Jim Elias, was the owner of Jamil’s Steakhouse, 4910 N. Lincoln Blvd. The year was 1976, and wanting to sell the restaurant but keep it in the family, Elias helped his nephew purchase the venue that first opened on June 1, 1964. “My uncle

Hearty party

Some have outgrown wanting their alcohol to taste like a candy basket and falling into diabetic coma. For people with more adult tastes, Oklahoma Gazette recommends a few savory cocktails while visiting the warm hearts (and hearths) of these locally prepped adult beverages. First, we recommend a liquor store for real beer. Or, heck, visit

Steak and ale

COOP Ale Works’ co-founder J.D. Merryweather says all four quarters represent a change in the beer industry and drinkers will definitely see heavier and more robust offerings this time of year. “COOP’s Octoberfest has seen great success,” said Merryweather, whose company is in the midst of a sizable expansion, going from a brewhouse of seven

Crab nab

Credit: Brad Gregg On Jan. 15, a mystery shopper successfully pulled off a crab-leg heist. Officials estimated that $1,500 worth of crab legs and steak were stolen from a Homeland grocery store on N. Bryant. According to police, the shoplifter was a Hispanic or American Indian man wearing jeans, a gray jacket and a ball

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