After revamping the menu earlier this year, The Red Cup continues its legacy as an OKC haven for vegetarians.
Even in a state known for beef and barbecue, Oklahoma City has plenty of options for vegetarian diners or for carnivores looking for a refreshing break from the meat grind.
Local chefs work with aspiring chefs to create a five-course meal.
Todd Woodruff opens Austin-style barbecue restaurant Maples Barbecue; Current Studio pairs its Embrace exhibit with a dinner by Patrick Clark II; and Sheli Reynolds, Tami Lake and Traci Stone team up with Cally Johnson to open Stone Sisters Pizza Bar.
The annual fest moves from 16th Street Plaza District to Farmers Market District for 2017.
The Red Cup unveils a new menu, J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House closes and Wheeze the Juice opens.
Metro restaurants reimagine the boring cafeteria classics of your youth.
“It’s always my goal to change people’s ideas about what vegan food is,” he said. “It can be filling and satisfying.”
Oklahoma City is crazy about one-of-a-kind meals, and local chefs and restaurants are happy to provide them.
Our ancestors figured out a simple equation: breakfast + lunch + a little booze = brunch.