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OKG Newsletter


Topic: cafe

She’s country

Drive those few extra miles out of the city and treat yourself to some down-home cooking at Libby’s.


Restaurant Reviews

Doug Hill

Libby’s Cafe

111 N. Main, Goldsby

Interstate 35 exit 104 (2 miles south of Norman)

libbyscafe.com

288-2418


What works: entrees that compare with the metro’s best.  

What needs work: The website needs an update with a complete menu, including prices.      

The Tip: top-notch, country-style grub and plenty of it.

 
Wednesday, November 6, 2013

High time for Downton

Formal afternoon teas — the good, old-fashioned English way — are new again. Here’s where to find them.


Food and Drink Features

Angela Botzer
This city isn’t late to the Downton Abbey television series — or to its old-is-new-again trend of high tea. Yes, a formal afternoon tea with friends, scones, lemon curd, crumpets — the Edwardian works.
 
Monday, December 30, 2013

Greasy spoon greatness

Sometimes a diner is just a diner. A good ol’ hole-in-the-wall can still serve up perfect breakfasts as well as burgers.


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell
We have fooled ourselves, we foodie hipsters. We have bought into this idea that every hole-in-the-wall is a gem merely waiting for us to polish it. And then we can shine it in the eyes of our foodie friends and say, “Oh, you haven’t been there? I’m not surprised.”
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Food Network headed to local eatery

Volunteers sought for community rebuild of Urban Roots Café


News

Jennifer Chancellor
Urban Roots Café, housed in one of the last original buildings in the Oklahoma City's historical Deep Deuce district, is undergoing a facelift.
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Traffic pattern

Hunger finds a delicious landing at Annie Okie's Runway Cafe with club sandwiches, hearty breakfasts and more.


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell

Annie Okie’s Runway Cafe

5915 Phillip J. Rhoads Ave.

787-7732

What worked: Breakfast is strong, especially the omelets.

What needs work: The burger’s pretty boring, and the dinners seem like they’re just sandwiches without the bread.

Tips: Sit in the atrium if you want to watch the planes.

 
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Viva Alfie!

Alfredo’s offers Mexican food for tastes geared both north and south of the border.


Restaurant Reviews

Doug Hill

Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe

2713 South I-35 Service Road, Moore

alfredosok.com

794-4700

What works: Good service and tacos with terrific Mexican corn and chino beans side dishes. 

What needs work: Disinfectant accosts you as you walk in the door.      

Tip: Check out the enormous menu online first.

 
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
 
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