Pioneering pies

Under new ownership, Heifers & Hens adds a bakery led by a Pioneer Pies baker.

Gogi expansion

Gogi Go!’s original concept lays groundwork for a new Edmond location and beyond.
Gogi Go!

Ron’s special

As it prepares for its 45th anniversary in 2020, Tulsa original Ron’s Hamburgers & Chili still serves classics done right.

Destination burrito

Surrounded by offices and warehouses, Tacos Don Nacho lives up to the hype by delivering tasty traditional Mexican favorites.

Morning evolution

As it continues to evolve, Stitch will continue offering well-executed and sustainable menu options.

Thai expansion

Lotus Thai delivers fresh food fast with a unique menu that adds seafood and duck to standard offerings.

Ramen service

Tamashii Ramen House’s second location in Edmond successfully implements fast casual ordering with full-service elements.

Keeping it simple

The Lokal Yukon excels at serving elevated Okie cuisine.

Mayan tacos

The Mayan Taqueria & Cantina lives up to its top billing status on Yelp.

Bellini’s rises

Back in the hands of its founder, Bellini’s Ristorante & Grill offers diverse and expansive Italian and seafood offerings.

Sichuan rebirth

Yummy Noodles lives up to its name as its owners find success after leaving Tsubaki Szechuan.

Thunder eats

In advance of the new season of Thunder basketball, Cheseapeake Energy Arena debuts new concession options.

Restorative Deli

The Brown Bag Deli is still serving the same excellent quality that has made it popular since 1978, but the building is for sale.
From its etymology, the word “restaurant” literally means “that which restores.” Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson is fond of saying the word means “to restore a community.”

Soul expansion

Taste of Soul takes its giant egg roll concept to Del City with a drive-thru window.
The journey from food truck to brick-and-mortar restaurant was already a successful one for Taste of Soul owners Cerese and Ricki Bly, but it has only gotten stronger as the brand opened a new storefront in Del City and expanded its chicken and waffles concept into Kansas.

Salad days

As Coolgreens expands its regional footprint, it’s still providing healthy options with customer service in mind.
Coolgreens is the latest Oklahoma City-based restaurant concept to expand its wings regionally, joining the likes of Orange Leaf frozen yogurt and some of Hal Smith Restaurant Group’s most popular brands by pushing not only into Texas but also Nebraska and as far away as the Boston area.

Chicago mild

Utilizing Chicago’s famous mild sauce, Tez Wings draws crowds for its lemon pepper wings, catfish and shrimp.

Fairest foods

Taste of a Fair showcases some of the top indulgent foods available at this year’s Oklahoma State Fair.
For the second consecutive year, I put my heart on the line for journalism’s sake by judging 15 items for the Great Taste of a Fair competition at Oklahoma State Fair, which is open to the public today through Sept. 22.

Capitol comfort

Restaurante Los Artesanos might be humble, but it packs great care and flavor into a small space.
A common good review for a restaurant often says, “It’s so good that it tastes like grandma made it.” What if you were able to sit down in an intimate dining room where a pair of mothers painstakingly prepared your order from scratch?

Communal culinary

As Social Deck + Dining builds its customer base in its first year, it is delivering well-executed, high-quality ingredients.
Since opening Social Deck + Dining in the former Chae Modern Korean space, 1933 NW 23rd St., last December, owners Jordan and Jamie Winteroth are still very much in the perilous first year of a restaurant.

Nuevo Huevo

El Huevo Mexi-Diner bolsters Hal Smith Restaurant Group’s growing breakfast brand.
Hal Smith Restaurants has hit its stride with breakfast concepts.


S&B’s Burger Joint finds success with an expanded plant-based menu at its original location.

Sustainable seafood

After stumbling out of the gate, Slapfish finds its footing in Nichols Hills.


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