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BEST OF OKC: Services

The best places in OKC to get stuff done in 2011!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

BEST OF OKC: Restaurants

The best restaurants in the metro, circa 2011!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Loco over local

The results are in!


Rod Lott
Summer in the 405 means three things: excessive heat, excessive heat and the long-awaited results for Oklahoma Gazette’s Best of OKC poll!
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Rest of the Best of OKC

Finally, food pornography!

See, you people love your lists and clamor for more. Shockingly, we didn’t quite cover it all last week, despite running the gamut from Best Coffee Shop to Best Person or Business to Follow on Social Media, so for the third year in a row, we’ve assembled some extras — the rest of the Best of OKC, if you will.

From people and places to the Gazette itself covering these last 52 weeks, we once more not-so-proudly present a handful of additional rankings, in an attempt to satiate your need to have everything numbered in a nice, orderly fashion, but not limited to five slots.

Just remember: Be careful what you wish for. Parental guidance suggested.

8 Best Smart-Aleck and/ or Logic-Challenged Responses We Received in This Year’s Best of OKC Nominations:

1. Best place to have lunch: “gopworms”

2. Best sushi: “cattlemans”  (lambfries pictured)

3. Best vegetarian or healthy menu options: “yuck”

4. Best meal under 10 bucks: “lowes”

5. Best place for a cheap date: “The back seat of my car”

6. Best dance club: “buffalo wings”

7. Best place to take out-of-towners: “motel 8”

8. Best place to have cosmetic procedures performed: “You’re way too fucking RICH!!, don’t do it its evil”

11 Best Lines from Our Food Articles That, Taken out of Context, Read Like Cheap Pornography:

1. “Keep your shades on while you eat, and you won’t see the meat juice spurting out onto your clothes as you attempt to pack this wondrous burger into your mouth.”

2. “No more squeezing on tomatoes or thumping melons!”

3. “‘Have your own testicle festival and pair a couple …’ she said. … Pull on your eatin’ pants and get out there.”

4. “The owners have it hanging, otherwise the servers would be playing it all the time.”

5. “Sausage comes in every shape, size and flavor.”

6. “All right, so you worked hard and took off that holiday weight. Good! That means that you can chomp on some nuts.”

7. “After a couple of bites your breathing gets labored.”

8. “A woman at the table next to us was shrieking with delight every few minutes.”

9. “(It) slaps that sucker in between a 12-inch bun.”

10. “They are yet undecided on whether a ‘special sauce’ will be offered but hope to satisfy people with their particular desires.”

11. “They’re whipping out wieners in Bricktown … 5 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. every Thursday through Sunday.”

8 Best Lines from Some Out-There Letters to the Editor We’re Not Printing:

1. “This happening, especially on weekends and also during Sparks America Bike Week when multitudes of unknowing out of town visitors are fleeced by gun and badge, of their monetary possessions that you dare not question their treatment of these passerby travelers stopped in this small town or a ‘Mayberry’ RFD, shaky handed ‘Barney’ type will readily pull his gun and demand, that you move on down the road.”

2. “I could not believe it, there she was in shorts and a tight blouse, wanting me to wash and lube her car ($2.50).”

3. “Now that the GOVERNMENT has more or less forced HIGH DEFINITION television on anyone who wants a television set, I want to know why we still see murders, weather and sports (and rapes) on our televisions.”

4. “And if you let 200 more white male homosexual men raise another two black male children in about 50 years the BLACK RACE should be almost gone. FROM A BLACK WOMAN AND I KNOW YOU NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT THIS OR DID YOU? AND THAT IS THE WHOLE PLAN.”

5. “I don’t have a clue who that radio sports unenthusiast was — or what AM channel/station I was listening to.”

6. “People will come to Okla. so they can ‘hunt humans.’ Every NUTCASE in Oklahoma will be out on the streets and in the stores WITH A GUN! ARE YOU NUTS??”

7. “Simply put ‘Chung Li’ was the head of the world’s largest and wealthiest criminal network. The MSM also knew all about him. Did you ever hear the name ‘Chung Li’ other than from yours truly?”

8. “you might as well have made the subhead ‘Welcome to Sodom & Gomorrah!’ (which ALSO would’ve steered the ‘good’ readers away from the article).”

12 Best Completely Gratuitous Uses of the F-Bomb Dropped Within Our Pages by Musicians:

1. “It’s a fucking experience.” —Dustin Kuykendall, Left Foot Sally

2. “Some kid comes up to you after the show and asks and you’re like, ‘I have no fucking clue.’” —Josh James, Evergreen Terrace

3. “It’s because I grew up making no fucking money at all in rock ’n’ roll.” —Eddie Money (pictured, handsomely)

4. “We would hide our vehicle, because they always wanted to fuck your vehicle up when they were pissed at you.”—Merle Allin, The Murder Junkies

5. “It’s stuff that I was worried to put into Black Moth ... I thought it might be too fucked-up.”—Tom Fec, Black Moth Super Rainbow

6. “I can do punk, I can do flamenco, I can do mambo, anything I fucking want to do, anything that is ridiculous that pops into my head, and that’s the beauty of The Meatmen.”—Tesco Vee, The Meatmen

7. “But then tattoos got really popular, and you have people coming up to you in grocery stores — little old ladies saying, ‘I love your devil head. What does it say? Fuck?’” —Mike Riggs, Scum of the Earth

8. “Nobody who went to a Mötley Crüe show would say their concerts weren’t just big fucking parties.” —Riley Hahn, Soul Crisis

9. “It ain’t some shit where I got a catchy-ass beat and all you like is the beat and the hook, and you don’t give a fuck about what I’m talking about.” —Freddie Gibbs

10. “I was trying to write another song that everyone loved ... and it was just the most awful fucking shit you could ever write.” —Michael Benjamin Lerner, Telekinesis

11. “My hands were up over my head and I blurted out, ‘Whoa, that’s fucking ridiculous.’”—Carolyn Wonderland

12. “That’s my old shit now. That’s fucked up.” —Ben Folds

1 Photo We Never Got the Chance to Run … Until Now:

12 Strange-Named Sodas You Can Buy at Pops in Arcadia:

1. Fukola Cola

2. Rat Bastard

3. Avery Bug Barf

4. Squamscot Maple Cream

5. Avery Dog Drool

6. Blenheim Not As Hot

7. Freaky Dog Grrrape

8. Avery Kitty Piddle

9. Foxon Park Diet Gassosa

10. Rejuvenizer from the Scary People

11. Avery Monster Mucus

12. Love Potion No. 69 Pink

2 Wholly Wholly Ironic and Perhaps Even Hypocritical Expenses from Rep. Randy Terrill’s Campaign Reports from December 2008 to May 2010:

1. Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe, $92.40

2. On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, $75.70

10 Inquisitive Tweets from @DanGordon:

1. “Going to bed soon, anything I need to know?” Aug. 8

2. “wakeup call requested for 4:30AM to fly back home to #OKC tomorrow, anything i need to know?” Aug. 8

3. “going to #Canada soon, anything I need to know?” Aug. 6

4. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 20

5. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 18

6. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 17

7. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 16

8. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 15

9. “going to bed soon, anything @texconway needs to know?” July 14

10. “going to bed soon, anything i need to know?” July 11

11 Songs from The Spy OKC’s Aug. 1 Playlist Whose Titles We’d Like to See Tackled as Topics on Kelly Ogle’s “My 2 Cents” Segment:

1. Arctic Monkeys, “Don’t Sit Down ’Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair”

2. Kyle Andrews, “Lazer Tag with Imaginary Friends”

3. Broncho, “Can’t Get Past the Lips”

4. Gang Gang Dance, “Adult Goth”

5. Morrissey, “Action Is My Middle Name”

6. Peter Murphy, “I Spit Roses”

7. The Vaccines, “Post Break-Up Sex”

8. The Real Tuesday Weld, “(I Always Kill) The Things I Love”

9. Stepdad, “My Leather, My Fur, My Nails”

10. Make Out, “I Don’t Want Anybody That Wants Me”

11. Teddybears featuring The Flaming Lips, “Crystal Meth Christian”

And now...Introducing Rest of Best of OKC’s Inaugural Local Theater Publicity Photo Awards!


“Ragtime,” Lyric Theatre


“Bye Bye Birdie,” Lyric Academy


“Through the Cracked Mirror,” The Stage Door in Yukon

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BEST OF OKC: People & Media

Here come your champions for 2011!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

BEST OF OKC: Services

The best places in OKC to get stuff done in 2011!

Best mechanic: BECK’S GARAGE 

4217 N. Western Located along trendy Western Avenue, Beck’s Garage was ranked as the top “wrench-turners” by Gazette readers. Started by owner Jeff Beck in the early ’90s, the garage later moved to its current location a few years ago. The garage revs its engine for hot rods and vintage cars, but also offers a full array of automotive services for both foreign and domestic vehicles.

2. Metric Motors, 2608 S. Broadway, Edmond

3. Fleet Auto & Transmissions, 701 S.W. 89th Worth mentioning: Cherokee Hills Automotive, Rick Jones Buick GMC

Best dentist:  GRIFFIN SMILES

420 W. 15th, Edmond Brush up those pearly whites of yours and the kiddies, and head over (grinning all the way) to family-friendly Griffin Smiles. Dr. Shannon Griffin and her team have been all smiles since opening the practice in 1999 in Edmond, offering a range of services to anyone needing cosmetic or restorative dental work, or just a consultation.

2. Dr. Amy Croom Kuker, 3727 N.W. 63rd

3. Elite Smiles, Dr. Michelle Sanor, 5701 N. Western Worth mentioning: Crown Heights Dentistry, Dr. Randy Atkinson; Grand Dental Studio, Dr. Mike Kirk

Best yoga/Pilates/ fitness center: YMCA OF GREATER OKLAHOMA CITY

Several metro locations Who knew downward dog or mountain could be found at the YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City? From sailing to yoga, the Y is dedicated to building healthy lifestyles. Don’t believe us? Head into any of the gyms and check out the wide range of equipment and exercise rooms. Multiple locations offer group workouts such as Body Pump, SilverSneakers, Chisel and boot camp.

2. 3rd Street Yoga Studio, 106 W. Third, Edmond

3. Spirit House Yoga, 5107 N. Shartel Worth mentioning: Cadence Yoga , M+Yoga


Several metro locations Get some style up top in a place that is heavy on it — that’s obvious just by looking at the logo (that’d be a skull atop not crossbones, but open scissors). Velvet Monkey has three locations to get everything from a trim to feather extensions. Even better, the Plaza District location also has an on-site vintage boutique to get a wardrobe to go with that new ’do.

2. Duncan Bros. Salon, several metro locations

3. Eden Salon & Spa, several metro locations Worth mentioning: Salon Zen/Studio Zen , Trichology Salon Inc .

Best spa services: COTTONWOOD SALON SPA

35 E. 33rd, Edmond Picture this: A full day of indulgence that includes a facial, mani-pedi, massage and something called the Tahitian Body Shine (ooh, exotic). That — and a bunch more — are available at Cottonwood, your pick for pampering in the metro. And don’t think that the full range of spa services are just for you, ladies. Cottonwood offers couples massages along with manicures and pedicures tailored for men.

2. Eden Salon & Spa, several metro locations

3. Renaissance Salon & Spa, 10440 Broadway Extension Worth mentioning: Salon Zen , Heavenly Hands Day Spa

Best place to have cosmetic procedures performed: BODYTRENDS THE ELECTRO SPA

9311 N. Penn and 13316 S. Western Miss USA first runner-up Morgan Woolard is one of the many names on BodyTrends’ client list. This premiere spa offers services that include body and facial re-design, and quick weight and inch loss. The most popular non-surgical procedure is Accent XL, a skin-tightening, cellulite-reduction and fat-melting procedure by AlmaLasers. With two metro locations, the spa even offers tattoo removal.

2. Rejuvena Cosmetic Medical Center, 6424 N. Western

3. Laser Light Skin Clinic, 6442 Avondale Drive Worth mentioning: Advanced Aesthetics , Dr. Juan A . Brou

Best tattoo shop: ATOMIC LOTUS TATTOO

409 N.W. 23rd Atomic Lotus offers a much-needed service to the tattoo connoisseurs of Oklahoma, and does so in a clean and safe manner. The founders of the esteemed 23rd Street Body Piercing started this shop, making it a trustworthy choice for your next tat. With artists from across the country, Atomic Lotus has its reputation for a reason.

2. No Regrets Tattoo, 1712 N.W. 16th

3. Think Ink Tattoos, 1430 W. Lindsey, Norman, Worth mentioning: Bloodline Elite Tattooing, Hudson Tattoo

Best pet care or supplies: PAWS AROUND TOWN

12100 N. May Paws Around Town inside Northpark Mall has everything a dog or cat could want, from birthday cakes and smoothies to Halloween costumes and bows. Established in 2001, the mission at Paws is to make the animals happy, not the humans. Built with your feline or pooch in mind, the store welcomes furry friends of all sizes. Paws prides itself on customer service of a different kind.

2. Neel Veterinary Hospital, 2700 N. MacArthur

3. A-1 Pet Emporium, 9417 N. May Worth mentioning: Mann’s Best Friend, Swaim Serum Company & Pet Wellness Clinic

Best place for continuing education: UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/ OU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

Let’s face it: The University of Oklahoma-Norman campus is such a force that it’d be impossible to leave it off any list. But with seven programs from which to choose, about 4,500 students and countless medical advances, the OU Health Sciences Center in OKC has become a force itself as one of the top health colleges in the country.

2. University of Central Oklahoma

3. Oklahoma State University/OSU-OKC Worth mentioning: Oklahoma City Community College, Francis Tuttle Technology Center

Best new business (that opened after May 1, 2010): PINKITZEL CUPCAKES & CANDY

1389 E. 15th, Edmond, and 150 S. E.K. Gaylord They had us at “cupcakes and candy.” And they seriously had us after we stepped inside, your pick for new business. From the chandeliers to the over-sized art, it’s a pink-and-black nouveau punk dreamland that looks good enough to eat — but we’ll stick to the cupcakes.

2. Switchblade Skate Co., 2132 Interstate 240 Service Road

3. Heirloom Shoe, 4415 N. Western Worth mentioning: Mobile Game Party, Daffodil Hill Salon & Spa

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BEST OF OKC: Restaurants

The best restaurants in the metro, circa 2011!

Best restaurant downtown: IGUANA MEXICAN GRILL

9 N.W. Ninth They had us at the chips and salsa, and apparently you, too. The colorful Iguana has been whipping up fantastic, Latin-inspired dishes (try the fish tacos!) and some seriously amazing margaritas for a couple of years now. But it’s the cool atmosphere that really makes this place — it’s fun, festive and always a memorable meal.

2. Zio’s Italian Kitchen, 12 E. California and 2035 S. Meridian

3. RED Prime Steak, 504 N. Broadway Worth mentioning: Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, Ludivine

Best restaurant on the Northside: REDROCK CANYON GRILL

9221 Lake Hefner Parkway Hang out at this airy, laid-back restaurant and bar that draws locals looking for simply cooked plates of splendid food. The lakeside Redrock is constantly thronged with diners, yet its chefs deal nicely with the constant stress and pressure. There is an exciting flavor fusion going on, and it shows in its first-class, creative menu.

2. Rococo Restaurant & Fine Wine, 2824 N. Pennsylvania and 12252 N. May

3. Pearl’s Oyster Bar, 5641 N. Classen Blvd. Worth mentioning: Ranch Steak house, Gopuram Taste of India

Best restaurant on the Southside: CATTLEMEN’S STEAKHOUSE

1309 S. Agnew At Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, the cowboys come out early for breakfast knowing that this is a place where the fare is good, prices are fair and the eatery is clean. Its down-home service is friendly, but never intimidating. This is what Oklahoma cooking is all about, and Cattlemen’s is a sweet taste of Americana.

2. Ted’s Cafe Escondido, 8324 S. Western

3. Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant, several metro locations. Worth mentioning: Dan’s Old Time Diner, Grill on the Hill

Best restaurant in Yukon/Mustang: INTERURBAN

11316 W. Reno, Yukon Cheers to more good years for the winner! Interurban has several metro locations, including your pick in Yukon. The owners are culinary and hospitality professionals dating back to the first Interurban that opened in 1976. Menu items are straightforward, but incredibly delicious. People gobble up crisp salads, pizza, sandwiches, burgers and more.

2. Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe, 1751 Garth Brooks Blvd., Yukon

3. Primo’s d’Italia, 1215 Garth Brooks Blvd., Yukon. Worth mentioning: Bad Brad’s BBQ, Harry’s American Grill & Bar

Best restaurant in Midwest City/Del City: BASIL MEDITERRANEAN CAFE

6620 E. Reno, Midwest City At Basil Mediterranean, a hungry diner can nosh extremely well. The menu offers one of the healthiest cuisines around, something that people are really getting smart about these days. There’s nothing to be afraid of here, because they simply have the best artichoke spinach dip, and patrons feast on its fantastic gyro platter and other dishes.

2. Mr. Spriggs BBQ, 1017 S. Air Depot, Midwest City

3. Don’s Alley, 4601 S.E. 29th, Del City Worth mentioning: Mid-Del Taco, Korean House

Best restaurant in Norman: THE MONT

1300 Classen, Norman The Mont is one of the go-to places for students, a place for hunger to go on holiday every day. Norman residents repeat this happy scenario, so it is no wonder that The Mont has been so successful. Sitting inside or on the patio, order food and drinks that present an overall mix of nothing but the best.

2. Tarahumara’s Mexican Cafe and Cantina, 702 N. Porter, Norman

3. Victoria’s Pasta Shop, 327 White, Norman Worth mentioning: Seven47, Benvenuti ’s Ristorante

Best restaurant in Edmond: FLATIRE BURGERS

318 E. Ayers, Edmond Flatire Burgers, a sister restaurant to the well-liked Lottinvilles, shows off its stuff with damn good burgers. The capable staff keep those tables turning, pleasing a diversity of students and fans at this restaurant, situated right on the edge of the University of Central Oklahoma. No kidding: Some guys and gals consider the inside of Flatire as their own living rooms.

2. Cafe 501, 501 S. Boulevard, Edmond

3. Boulevard Steakhouse, 505 S. Boulevard, Edmond Worth mentioning: Othello’s of Edmond, Lottinvilles Restaurant & Bar

Best Mexican or Latin restaurant: TED’S CAFE ESCONDIDO

Several metro locations Walk into any one of the Ted’s, and it’s obvious they mean business. Lines are long, but fast, perhaps because people have tasted its pièce de résistance — the Atomic salsa —and need air. When Ted Curtis hung the sign on the first Ted’s, people probably wondered, “A Mexican restaurant named Ted’s?” Now there are several locations, all going strong.

2. Iguana Mexican Grill, 9 N.W. Ninth

3. Tarahumara’s Mexican Cafe and Cantina, 702 N. Porter, Norman Worth mentioning: Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant, 1492 New World Latin Cuisine

Best Asian restaurant: MUSASHI’S

4315 N. Western There won’t ever be any good or bad surprises at Musashi’s, because what its loyal customers get is consistency they can count on. Musashi’s has an outstanding Japanese ambience, but what distinguishes this from the rest is the extra bit of interest the staff takes in everyone’s meals. Those knife-wielding hibachi chefs are so entertaining; just remember to duck.

2. Sushi Neko, 4318 N. Western

3. Grand House, 2701 N. Classen Blvd. Worth mentioning: Lido, Saii Asian Bistro

Best Italian restaurant: ZIO’S ITALIAN KITCHEN

12 E. California and 2035 S. Meridian Bursting with enthusiasm, Zio’s servers seem to deliver the food quicker than lightning. But who really cares when the food, a combination of comfort and spice, is as good as it is? The restaurant specializes in classic Italian dishes, and if you listen closely, you will hear a slight hum of contentment in the air when the dishes arrive.

2. Victoria’s Pasta Shop, 327 White, Norman

3. Stella, 1201 N. Walker Worth mentioning: Othello’s , Papa Dio’s

Best European or Mediterranean restaurant: ZORBA’S MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE

6014 N. May When you win the lottery someday, you may never have to cook again. You can just eat every day at Zorba’s. No more squeezing on tomatoes or thumping melons! You’ll find all of the basics here, along with more unusual finds like skewers of beef or chicken bursting with flavor, or its hummus or baba ghanoush, all Middle Eastern delights.

2. La Baguette Bistro, 7408 N. May

3. Greek House, 768 Jenkins, Norman Worth mentioning: Mediterranean Imports & Deli, Nunu’s Mediterranean Cafe & Market

Best upscale restaurant: DEEP FORK

5418 N. Western Deep Fork constantly wins friends and influences people, and the Deep Fork Group has never gotten too big for its britches. The dining until 2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday is perfect for night owls. During the day, the red carpet gets rolled out with attention to detail, comfortable seating, fresh flowers, an excellent wine selection and awe-inspiring menu items — great for romance.

2. Boulevard Steakhouse, 505 S. Boulevard, Edmond

3. RED Prime Steak, 504 N. Broadway Worth mentioning: The Coach House, Ludivine

Best casual-dining restaurant: BIG TRUCK TACOS

530 N.W. 23rd Are you ready to order? Every once in a while, some knucklehead will go inside and actually take his or her time ordering. Although it’s difficult to wade through all the menu possibilities, anything you choose will hit those taste buds with great satisfaction.

2. Louie’s Grill & Bar, several metro locations

3. Republic Gastropub, 5830 N. Classen Blvd. Worth mentioning: The Wedge Pizzeria, Irma’s Burger Shack

Best family-friendly restaurant: POPS

660 W. Highway 66, Arcadia Terrific for family outings, take a short drive to Arcadia and stop by Pops, which is gaining national prominence. A gas station and restaurant, Pops has folks who challenge them to serve their fave soda from any state — and most likely they can do it. Friendly people are never far from your table when you order up a burger and a shake from its extensive menu.

2. Hideaway Pizza, several metro locations

3. Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler, several metro locations Worth mentioning: Irma’s Burger Shack , Iguana Mexican Grill

Best restaurant ambience: REDROCK CANYON GRILL

9221 Lake Hefner Parkway You can’t beat a lake view, and that’s just what Redrock Canyon Grill offers its diners. Massive windows flood the place with light, making dusk a big deal at this popular spot. (Dine there around sunset and find out why.) If outdoors is the way you want to eat, cozy up to a big fireplace, and let the waves serve as your soundtrack.

2. Paseo Grill, 2909 Paseo

3. RED Prime Steak, 504 N. Broadway Worth mentioning: Rococo Restaurant & Fine Wine, Ludivine

Best little-known restaurant:PICASSO CAFE

3009 Paseo The new owners of this Paseo spot looked to another famous name for their eatery. And the artistic vibe doesn’t stop at the moniker — head inside for a pretty little restaurant with art on the walls and cool music being played. The menu is diverse (they love vegetarians and meat-eaters alike) and the bar still puts out top-notch drinks (try the Pimm’s Cup).

2. Nic’s Grill, 1201 N. Penn

3. Ludivine, 805 N. Hudson Worth mentioning: The Cow Calf-Hay, Burger Rush

Best new restaurant (that opened after May 1, 2010): MUTT’S AMAZING HOT DOGS

1400 N.W. 23rd Can you strike gold twice? The owners of Big Truck Tacos have proven so with their new concept, Mutt’s, voted your favorite new place to chow down. The dogs here run the gamut from the classic all-beef kosher to an upscale duck dog. And don’t pass up the sides at this retrochic spot — there are deviled eggs, baked beans, fried pickles and more.

2. Rococo Restaurant & Fine Wine at Northpark, 12252 N. May

3. Ludivine, 805 N. Hudson Worth mentioning: West, The Cow Calf-Hay

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