Founders view

Atop Founders Tower, 3Sixty introduces a new menu to balance the old and the new.
In a space that is one of the most unique and historic in Oklahoma City, the owners of 3Sixty Restaurant & Bar, 5900 Mosteller Drive, want to balance the pull of nostalgia by tapping into market trends of the present.

SUMMER GUIDE Destination meals

No matter the direction you’re heading, there is a meal worth seeking out.
The summer doesn’t just mean planning trips to visit the great outdoors or family members; there are plenty of meals in small-town Oklahoma worth their own trip or to make a detour when headed out of state. North of Oklahoma City

Decade strong

Park Harvey Sushi celebrates 10 years downtown by strengthening its wine bar while embracing its sports bar roots.
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month, Park Harvey Sushi has earned its reputation as a sports bar filled with authentic memorabilia and serving contemporary sushi in the heart of downtown.

Taste buds

Try It, You’ll Like It podcast confronts food fears with comedy and cooking chops.
On one level, the Try It, You’ll Like It podcast is a comedy podcast hosted by talented improvisers and “taste buds” David Zwick and Winston Carter.

Hops Scot

Angry Scotsman offers 24 beers at its new downtown taproom.
Science is the reason Ross Harper made his way to Oklahoma by way of Scotland, and it is also one of the reasons his brewery is turning out inventive beer at its western downtown brewery and taproom.

Gelato treats

Dolci Paradiso is a haven for gelato and European pastries in Oklahoma City’s southside.
With a menu built around Italian-style gelato, European baked goods and high-quality coffee, it’s easy to see why Dolci Paradiso has the tagline “Happiness starts here.”

Cover: Brunch bible

From hangover cures to finding something different, brunch is the answer.
In Bonfire of the Vanities, author Tom Wolfe accurately describes waking up with a hangover as feeling like being “inside an egg with the shell peeled away and only the membranous sac holding it intact … and the yolk was as heavy as mercury.” It only makes sense that a hangover’s best cure is a marathon brunch meal at one of the metro area’s many options.

Deuce debut

Whiskey Biscuit Bar & Grill offers all-day breakfast with a flair of Southern and Asian touches.
After surviving three hurricanes and leaving the U.S. Virgin Islands with only the clothes on their backs, opening a restaurant and bar in what is perceived as a difficult location seemed like nothing to Mark and Jennifer Richards.

Cover: Filling gaps

During the height of the foodie movement, nearly 20 percent of Oklahomans are food-insecure.
The pain shooting up Moore resident Terri Marshall’s foot is a constant reminder for her to keep going, against her doctor’s wishes, but she doesn’t know what else to do.

Hamburger hub

Geronimo’s Bakery thrives as an eastside hotspot for great burgers and sweet treats.
There are only a handful of restaurants in the Oklahoma City metro area still open and popular that have celebrated their 50-year golden anniversary.

Baja bus

Taco Nation dishes California-style tacos from the windows of an old school bus.
Cooking for friends helped heal Tim Ulrich at his lowest moment after he and his wife Leanne moved to Oklahoma City from Southern California more than a decade ago.

ALCOHOLMANAC Popping bottles

The Merret serves fun and education as the area’s first champagne-focused concept.
The first champagne-centered bar in the Oklahoma City metro area is out to dispel preconceived notions about the drink’s history and what it means to drink champagne. 

ALCOHOLMANAC Party up

Life as a mobile bartender provides perspective on wedding and alcohol trends.
The cult classic Starz television show Party Down, which starred a pre-Parks and Recreation Adam Scott among its talented cast, went behind the scenes of all that could go wrong in event catering from the vantage point of its bow-tie wearing, want-to-be-actor crew.

Dinner diversion

Banquet Cinema Pub offers first-run movies and a large pub experience.
Oklahoma City’s newest movie theater is also its trendiest full-service bar complete with shuffleboards, a pool table and a projection screen showing sporting events.

Beyond fast

New options make it easier to eat healthy when going through the drive-thru.
The trip through a fast-food drive-thru window doesn’t have to be an unhealthy indulgence.

Muy frío

Snack Attack takes the homemade ice cream neveria concept to the masses.
Snack Attack opened its doors last April to a new audience in Yukon, but it’s carrying on the tradition of made-from-scratch ice cream, fresh salads, nachos and tamales started at Refresquierias Las Delicias almost 10 years ago.

Cover: Beyond authenticity

OKC Taco Week celebrates the unique history of the dish in all its forms.
The history of the taco is complicated because people in what is now Mexico have eaten meals with tortillas since prior to when the Spanish arrived on the continent, but they were largely used as utensils, not a composed dish as we see today.

Valentine's Day: Neighborhood date

After 13 years, Paseo Grill remains the district’s best dining option.
As a kid watching reruns of I Dream of Jeannie, I always wondered what it would be like to lounge inside the bottle full of pillows and colorful curtains.

Valentine's Day: Holiday helper

Nosh Restaurant offers take-and-bake Valentine’s options to make you a hero on the holiday.
What happens when you want a romantic Valentine’s dinner but your favorite restaurant is all booked up and you don’t want to cook an entire meal from scratch?

Valentine's Day: Deuce dining

After years of waiting and planning, La Baguette Deep Deuce and Black Walnut are open in time for Valentine’s Day.
After being in the planning stages for more than seven years, the first two of three restaurants by partners Rudy Khouri and chef Andrew Black in The Maywood apartments in Deep Deuce are open in time for Valentine’s Day.

Immersive catering

With its unique setting, Cosabella Kitchen aims to be Oklahoma City’s first on-site catering and event space.
In six years working at a host of venues across the metro area with Cosabella Catering, restaurant veteran Erica Hogan never found a venue where she could fully prepare meals on-site.

Forward momentum

Forward Foods has offered gourmet cheeses and other pantry staples since the early 2000s.
Suzy Thompson and her husband Steve Wampus Reynolds got their start in 2002 at Opolis, the Norman music venue at 113 N. Crawford Ave., operating a small coffee shop.

Opportunity knocks

A new food truck by the Nic’s operators signals the start of its next generation.
Nic’s Grill has many super fans, from Guy Fieri to Colin Farrell, who can attest to its status as not just one of the best burgers in Oklahoma City, but also in the country.

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