Gazedibles: Delightful dips

There are many classic dips like pimento cheese, spinach and artichoke, and hummus that you can get at the grocery store, but these seven restaurants offer different takes on those classics. By Jacob Threadgill with photos Gazette / file and provided

ALCOHOLMANAC Gazedibles: All seasons

We are in a weird season in Oklahoma right now when it can be both warm and cold in the same week. We have you covered with seasonal drinks that can hit the spot, depending on the temperature outside. 

Peanut Pride

Allergens be damned, we are celebrating the peanut because March is National Peanut Month, a designation in place since 1974. As a savory topping, a burger condiment or part of a sweet dessert, the mighty peanut can be used in a variety of ways.

Gazedibles: Legacy-building

To honor the final week of Black History Month, we are highlighting seven black-owned restaurants in the metro that opened in the past few years.  By  Jacob Threadgill with photos by Alexa Ace, provided and Gazette / file

Gazedibles: Breakout potential

We are highlighting the locally owned concepts that are in the process of expanding or have the potential to grow in Oklahoma City — and possibly beyond. These seven restaurants offer something unique.

Valentine's Day Gazedibles: Amorous appetite

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are focusing on seven of the best aphrodisiacs that are both scientific and anecdotally based. These seven restaurants will help you on the most romantic night of the year.

Gazedibles: Around the world

What happens when you’re hungry and you can’t exactly figure out what kind of cuisine you want? Check out these seven restaurants that have heavy influence from different cultures.

Gazedibles: Melted cheese

Whether you’re looking for melted cheese on a sandwich or with pasta, these seven restaurants will answer that craving that is important year-round, but even more so during the winter. It’s a not-so scientific fact that melted cheese warms your soul.

Gazedibles: Small plates

When you are feeling hungry but you’re not exactly sure what you want to eat, these seven restaurants will let you try a lot of different options with friends and family for a great time to socialize. By Jacob Threadgill with photos provided and Gazette / file

Gazedibles: Fry day

You might’ve seen the internet recently go crazy over a Harvard professor who said the perfect serving of french fries should only be six fries. We’re not cautioning that kind of scarcity with this list that highlights some of the best french fries in the city.

Gazedibles: Breakfast craving

What happens when you have a hankering for pancakes and sausage but it’s afternoon or later? These seven restaurants will be sure to provide all of the waffles and bacon that you’d like, Ron Swanson-style. 

Gazedibles: Resolute eating

Calorie counts go out the window over the holidays, but now that we’ve turned the calendar over to 2019, it’s time to start making those New Year’s resolutions come to fruition. These seven restaurants allow you to eat out while staying true to your goals.

Gazedibles: Poppin’ bottles

Celebrating the New Year can be done with the masses on New Year’s Eve or even a few days before (we won’t tell anyone), and while champagne is the traditional celebratory drink of choice, we realize it’s not for everyone. Here are seven restaurants with good drinks and great environments.

Gazedibles: Christmas cookies

It’s time for Christmas, and Santa shouldn’t be the only one getting his fill on delicious cookies. Remember, cookies will keep you warm this winter. 

Yuletide eats

Chinese restaurants serving as a haven for people who don’t celebrate Christmas or perhaps had their meal eaten by the neighbor’s herd of bloodhounds has been planted in pop culture for decades. You can get your fill in the Asian District as well as everywhere else in the metro on Christmas Day.

Gazedibles: Great 2018

This year has seen Oklahoma City’s food scene grow by leaps and bounds with several new restaurants, bars and coffee shops that embrace food diversity, locally sourced ingredients and a uniquely Oklahoman perspective. These seven have been welcome additions to OKC. 

Gazedibles: Thanksgiving cleanse

After a hedonistic week of eating Thanksgiving food, these seven restaurants will allow you to get on the right track before the next holiday.  By Jacob Threadgill with photos provided and Gazette / file

Gazedibles: Festive sips

The weather outside might be frightful, but these drinks will be a delightful way to warm up this holiday season. By Jacob Threadgill | Photos Gazette / file and provided

Holidays: Gazedibles' Turkey venture

There are a lot of reasons not to eat at home during Thanksgiving, and there is certainly no judgment from us if you don’t want to debate the merits of estate taxes just to get some green bean casserole. Luckily, these seven restaurants are open to serve on Turkey Day.

Sooner statehood

In honor of Oklahoma’s statehood anniversary later this month (Nov. 16), indulge in the official state meal by getting some of the best renditions of parts of the meal or try to tackle the entire thing every Tuesday. By Jacob Threadgill with photos by Alexa Ace, provided and Gazette / file

Gazedibles: Braised and stewed

It’s fall, which means there are times when a slow-cooked stew or braised meat is the only answer for your cravings. If you don’t feel like spending the hours it takes to pull off some of these dishes at home, these seven restaurants have you covered.

Gazedibles: Trick or treat?

It’s trick-or-treat time, and in honor of Halloween, we’ve put together a list of restaurants that feature some of the most divisive foods in the U.S. diet: mayonnaise, cilantro, olives, coconut, blue cheese and okra. 

Gazedibles: Soup’s on

It might have taken until the middle of October for a chill to finally hit the air, but it’s here. There is no better way to warm your soul than with a bowl or cup of a tasty soup.

Gazedibles: Gluten mindfulness

Although full-on celiac disease affects about 200,000 new cases every year in the country, there are many more that are gluten-insensitive. These seven restaurants not only make gluten-free substitutions on the menu, they have more than one option.

Gazedibles: Beyond Tex-Mex

We love traditional Tex-Mex and its Okie-adjacent variants (let me bathe in complimentary cheese sauce), but there are a lot of restaurants in the metro area highlighting authentic cuisine from all over Central and South America. By Jacob Threadgill with photos by Alexa Ace and Gazette / file


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