Wine, food trucks and brunch galore highlight this week's, uh, highlights. It's Eat This Calendar!
The cow goes, "Mooo." And Greg goes, "Mmmm." If you eat meat, you ought be comfortable acknowledging that it came from a (formerly) living animal.
The monthly Monthly Features feature is here, featuring monthly specials and tasty treats you can only get in March.
OKCMOA's 2018 Omelette Party is March 2 at the Chevy Bricktown Events Center.
It's prime pho weather pretty much always. It's now easier than ever to find great pho in the metro, even if you're nowhere near the Asian District.
Bricktown Brewery is putting a new twist on the soft opening by selling tickets to benefit The HOPE Center of Edmond Feb. 22-24.
Limited edition treats for February are already waiting for you. Coffee, burgers, pie (and more to come) will only be here through the end of the month.
Listen carefully to tonight's special. It might use a super-fresh local ingredient or be a test run on the next big menu addition. Whatever it is, it'll probably be gone too soon.
Fusion Kitchen is putting on another fabulous Indian brunch and you're invited. Call to get tickets in advance.
Eat This Calendar returns for a new year of booze, tacos and fancy French cuisine.
Alcohol and music? What dark magic is this?! It's Norman Music Fest's Brew Sessions (Jan. 13) featuring beer, food and (you guessed it) music.
Chef Beth Ann Lyon appears on Food Network show "Guy's Grocery Games." Fieri was "super chill and super down to earth and awesome," she said.
Big holidays can be a big hassle, which is why my family adopted Sandwich-mas. Forget cooking a fancy meal and let everyone make their own ridiculously large sandwiches.
Christmas week brings a ho-ho-whole lot of food and drink events in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Unwrap Thick Thursdays, get your meat smoked and more in a new Eat This Calendar.
You hungry, bro? Of course you are! Here are some fun foodie (and drinky) events to enjoy this week.
The New OKC Taco Tour continues with the help of Shelby Sieg and Mindy Magers of The Pritchard.
Bust out of your winter coma and enjoy events at MMR Prime Steakhouse, The Patriarch, Fuel 66 in Tulsa, O Bar and more.
Belly up to the bar, grab a private table or just take out your phone. There's no shame in a table for one, especially at these places.
Send the absolute best Oklahoma has to offer to people who don't live here. It's the only way to convince outsiders we're not just a bunch of backward wannabe cowboys.
There's always somewhere to go and something to eat in Oklahoma. Here are some select highlights of the week ahead.
Frustrated with Oklahoma's government? You're not alone. But if you're stuck trying to make a difference, here are some places you can eat, drink and be merry nearby.
Is Greg dumb enough to taste test bath and body items on sale at Deluxe Winter Market? Of course he can! Wait. What?
Want to get to know Oklahoma City's taquerias? Get over your inhibitions and learn to love authentic Mexican tacos.
Natural? Washed? How coffee is treated before roasting makes a huge difference in the final product.
"How is everything?"
::goes home, gets on Yelp::
"WORST SERVICE EVER!"
Don't be that guy. Here's why to complain in person and how to do it the right way.
The Burrito Boyz are back with a worst-to-best review of Taco Bell's burrito menu. Are any of them still alive? It's hard to tell.
It's time to tear down the walls of food snobbery and just eat the foods you like...and maybe a few you don't.
Take it from someone who knows nothing about chakras, Beth Ann Lyon's 7-course chakra dinner should not be missed.
The inaugural Trapped in a District answers what to do when a gypsy curse keeps you in the Plaza District all day long.
Know which candy is worth stealing from your children, forever ruining their trust in you.
I Ate Oklahoma's continued exploration of the Taco Bell menu leads to fighting, betrayal and an unexpected new theory.
Growing up, I always wondered if I was Chinese, Vietnamese or American. All I knew for sure is that I'm a restaurant kid.
“I’d like one of everything,” I said, rubbing my hands together. “Haha, yeah,” said the man at the Taco Bell counter, who clearly thought I was kidding. “No. I, uh, I...
It’s not that my parents didn’t raise me. They did. I clearly remember them being around. It’s just that they didn’t raise me alone. The TV was (and is) the central feature...
I don't remember how old I was the first time I saw a beet, but I remember it seemed important. Deep red in thick slices, it looked like cranberry jelly out of a can.
The Asia Society of Oklahoma sent me a press release, which I have summarized below, but before we get to that, let me tell you a bit about the Taste of Asia, coming Sept. 16.
Millennials: If they haven’t killed you yet, they’re planning to. On their way to destroying everything we love and hold dear, including Blockbuster Video.
“I haven’t had the best path.” When Stacey Yarbrough ended her four years as a guest of the Department of Corrections, she resolved to make some changes.
"I could just work from home!" says the idiot. No. You can't work from home. Maybe if you were some kind of hyper-focused monk who doesn't have a washing machine, kitchen, bed...
Every month they create a new signature burger and side and raise money for a local charity. For every monthly special burger they sell in August, $1 goes to Brothers of Stomp...
Jacob Gray, the smiling, laughing, joking, non-stop happy presence at Old School Bagel on 23rd Street.[/caption] Jacob Gray is a hugger. A smiler. A giggler. And he’s been...