Fajitas at Barrios come with grilled onions and poblanos. Photo by Brent Fuchs

Since the acquisition of Cheever’s Cafe 17 years ago, the Barrios family has been a cornerstone of the Good Egg Dining Group, holding down key positions in many of the group’s restaurants. Now Good Egg Dining Group has honored the family’s culinary contributions in their latest Midtown Oklahoma City venture.

A Tex-Mex destination with a fine-dining twist and modern haute decor, Barrios is one of Good Egg’s most popular concepts. Enchilada fans will be hard-pressed to choose between the short rib enchiladas with mole negro or the crab-and-lobster enchiladas with street corn and mole verde. Tamale lovers will feel right at home as well, and vegetarian options abound.

That tried-and-true Tex-Mex staple of chips and queso are elevated by house-made tortilla chips and chorizo. Sopapillas are not complimentary but well worth ordering all the same. A killer bar rounds out this vibrant and tasty addition to OKC’s most popular dining neighborhood.

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