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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Food

Super party


Features

Jenn Scott
Despite several efforts to generate some amount of care, I really have absolutely no interest in organized sports. That being said, I can always get behind a good party … even one centered around a pigskin. For an anti-sports type like myself, the Super Bowl is prime bonding and partying time.
 
Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Love and meatballs

Because sometimes, PR BS is just too good to be filed under PR BS.


CFN

Gazette staff
Hey there, guy: You thinking about popping The Question tomorrow? Is your special lady a big fan of stuffing her yap full of heat lamp-preserved spaghetti?
 
Monday, February 13, 2012

Lumpy's Sports Bar and Grill

This all-access man-cave entices women with nightly beer specials.


Restaurant Reviews

Carol Smaglinski
Some diners like the white-tablecloth route, while some prefer their food at a sports bar.
 
Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Eat like a horse

Kick off racing season at Remington’s latest restaurant addition.


Food and Drink Features

Christina Nihira
A day at the races has become more delicious. Bricktown Brewery, known for its craft beers, last month opened a second location on the casino level at Remington Park.
 
Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Smag 7: Dinner and a drink


OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
Without a delicious cocktail or wine pairing, dinner can seem quite lonely. Try out these local spots that bring booze into the spotlight. Enjoy steak, nachos, sushi or get persnickety with imported cheeses. Whatever you fancy, pair it with your favorite friendly libation to bring those food flavors full force.
 
Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Another Iguana

Iguana Mexican Grill opening second location at Nichols Hills Plaza.

 
Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Food, fast

Faster food that doesn't compromise your health!


OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
Thank goodness it’s almost summer! Start the season with some food that comes out fast, but doesn’t spare the flavor or quality. Here are a few places where you can grab ’n’ go and not feel guilty.
 
Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Peek at Peaks

Restaurant announces May 15 bikini contest.


Food and Drink Features

Gazette staff
Cameras charged, guys?
 
Thursday, May 10, 2012

Trendy eats

Let's talk trendy. What are the best local restaurants to see and be seen?


Here were some of your answers from Facebook:

Iron Starr!” —Gog Ger

Sushi Bar.” —Craig Kerr

Signature Grill in Edmond. It feels like NYC.” —Stacey Turcotte Burnett

VZD's and Flip's … always have been, always will be. New Orleans Coffee Company Cafe, too.” —James Hawley

Braums.” —Austin Tackett

Sushi Neko.” —Sue Haynes

Zorba's at May and N.W. 59th in OKC. The food is delicious as well, and the service outstanding!” —Douglas Gordon

Zarates in Edmond.” —Teresa Hopkins Gage

Bistro Lorene in Chickasha!” —Lorene Fite Wood

VZD's.” —Derek Higgins

Local, Ludivine and The Diner.” —Quentin Bomgardner

Rococo!” —Amber Kendall

Nic's Grill.” —Sean Rains

Vito's.” —Missy Childs Ward

Pepe's in Norman.” —Will Muir

I think that any place that are at is the place to be and be seen!” —Melissa Bullock-Bianco

Local.” —Sarra Curl

Trattoria II Centro and Saii.” —Kalen Norm Flansburg

Fish City Grill.” —Dee Cope

Mutt's Amazing Hot Dogs! OMG good.” —Ashley Osborn

Bistro Lorene in Chickasha.” —Jennifer JCoop Jenny Totten

Stella!” —Chris McKenna

Greek House in Norman.” —Jan Sperry Astani

Republic!” —Kristen Towler Childers

Cafe Kacao.” —Eric Ellenwood

Travel by Taste on N.W. 49th and MacArthur.” —Jacob Straney

I love Cafe Pranzo!” —Melissa Brumfield

Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant.” —Benjamin A. Pena

La Baguette.” —Brandi & John Heavrin

Toby Keith's, the bomb, food and drinks!” —Sharon Hicks Dean

The Mantel Wine and Bistro in Bricktown!” —Boone Griffin

All about Local in Norman!” —Cody Ponder

"When places become 'places to be seen,' they usually fall off my list. However, my favorite local restaurants are Whispering Pines (Norman), O' Asian Fusion (Norman) and PawPaw's (Chickasha). Local (Norman) may become one, but I need to try them a few more times.” —Jennifer Burnes

Le Waffle House.” —Robert Hamilton

Tried Fuzzy's today in Bricktown. The guac was delicious as well as the chicken taco salad!” —Tempie DeVaughn Farmer

"The McDonald's on 23rd Street.” —Hans Owens

"Cafe 7!” —Kalen Norm Flansburg

"Big Truck Tacos for lunch, Cuppies and Joe for desser!” —Cora Brinkley-Gutel

Ludivine and The Wedge on Western.” —Kristi Rowley


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Delicious rivalry

No need to take sides — just enjoy the barbecue.


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell
Bedlam Bar-B-Q
610 N.E. 50th
528-7427

What works
: The ribs and the smoked ham are some of the best.
What doesn’t work: Come at the wrong time and you’ll find a very long line and only one register.
Tip: If it’s nice, sit on the back patio. If you get sweet tea, mix it 50-50 with unsweetened, lest you get diabetes.

 
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
 
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