Cafe 501 pulls a unique change-up offering a counter-service experience at lunch and a full-service dining experience with a different menu at dinner. Our experience was at lunch, which we found healthy, tasty, and also on the pricey side.
Everything about Guernsey Park screams sophistication–from its modern decor to its simple-looking yet surprisingly complex Asian-inspired food.
Once again, EatAroundOKC is pleased to sponsor the Regional Food Bank’s annual Chefs’ Feast and we want to encourage you to consider attending and supporting this great event as well.
There’s no doubt that Kitchen No. 324 deserves your attention. There’s so much great food to experience here and you get to do so while enjoying an absolutely breathtaking atmosphere unmatched anywhere else in town.
Urban Wineworks is a unique concept combining a winery, various food options, a gift store, and an urban industrial vibe. Their quality appetizers, weekend brunch, and awesome patio are just a few of the reasons to give UWW a try!
Don’s Alley has been serving up good grub for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Del City since 1955. I say most any place that can endure as long is worthy of a visit. I’m especially fond of their chicken and dumplings.
Tucked inside a nondescript shopping center sits Kabob-n-Curry which claims to be one of OKC’s only Pakistani restaurants. The menu offers some favorites you’ll recognize from other Middle Eastern and Indian restaurants, but also a few unique specialties.
Introducing the newly-rebuilt EatAroundOKC.com featuring a design that adjusts to fit your screen no matter what device you’re using. It’s EatAroundOKC for iPhone, Android, iPad, Kindle, and any other tablet, smartphone or device you can imagine.
Like any big-boned, homegrown Southern boy, I like cream gravy! So, I’m pretty taken with Good Gravy Diner. It’s tasty, friendly, clean and they’ve got a whole bunch of gravy, all great qualities if you ask me.
It’s always a pleasure to run across tasty food in unlikely places. So, it’s my great pleasure to introduce you to the tasty, handmade tamales, burritos, and more found inside the Shamrock Station at NW 50th and Portland.
You’ve probably heard of Eischen’s. If you haven’t, you need to know about it. After all, hundreds of thousands of people travel from across the country and even around the world to Okarche, just outside Oklahoma City’s metro, to experience the famous fried chicken at Eishen’s Bar.