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Food briefs: Kong’s in Midtown, Peter Piper Pizza and more

Food briefs: Kong’s in Midtown, Peter Piper Pizza and more

Royal renovations Midtown restaurant Gigglez Bar & Grill is gone. New owners James Vu, Vuong Nguyen and Shyon Keoppel are replacing it with Kong’s Tavern, 1016 N. Walker Ave. Customers can expect gourmet french fries, hot wings, nachos and street tacos with a blend of Asian and Latin American influences. Vu said more menu items

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Food Briefs: Whispering Pines Inn Restaurant, Iguana Mexican Grill, Ellis Island Coffee and Wine Lounge

Whispering Pines Inn Restaurant announces new chef, Iguana Mexican Grill temporarily relocates for remodel, Ellis Island Coffee and Wine Lounge opens in Edmond.

Evening dinner starts to get underway, at The Coach House, 1-25-16.  (Mark Hancock)

The Coach House closes its doors after 31 years in business

The Coach House is closing, but that’s not necessarily the end of its prolific apprentice program.

Ben Stookey, left, and Scott Henderson work on a mural outside Antique Avenue in Oklahoma City, Monday, Oct. 26, 2015.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Taste of Western returns with new murals

Taste of Western brings new murals to the district and promises a special announcement during this year’s festivities.

Bite Size: 10-12-11

CRESCENT MARKET TO CLOSEAfter more than 122 years in business, Crescent Market, 6409 Avondale Drive, will close Oct. 29. That will be followed by an auction conducted by Louis Dakil of Dakil Auctioneers at 10 a.m. on Nov. 8 at the grocery store. “If something gets up and going, and I go north or downtown

Thirst for the Cure returns

The party, one of the city’s best wine-and-food events, will be at the Jim Thorpe Museum, 4040 N. Lincoln Blvd. Thirst Wine Merchants has brought together local top-notch restaurants to serve samples, including: • Boulevard Steakhouse• Café 501• Cattlemen’s• The Coach House• La Baguette Bistro• The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro• Oak Tree Country Club•

In praise of pork

With a high degree of snark, Homer famously replies, “Yeah right, Lisa. A wonderful, magical animal.” In early July, chef Joshua Valentine and managing partner Courtney Evans plan to open Divine Swine, 7801 N. May, a breakfast and lunch restaurant dedicated to the glory of the pig, that wonderful, magical animal. Valentine, currently chef de

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