It’s a quaint café with a colorful history, a staple in Midtown Oklahoma City for more than a century, originally founded by brothers Louis and William Kamp as a grocery store for the then-growing city. Fast forward to today, and Randy Kamp, the third generation, is running a successful eatery that provides customers with good food along with a bit of history. Breakfast and lunch items, ranging from breakfast burritos and biscuits and gravy to a 1910 Pretzel Dog and Caesar salads, are satisfying choices. Sandwiches, including a 1910 Philly and Wrong Side of the Tracks Reuben, are served with a choice of pasta, fruit or potato salad or chips. Kamp’s still operates a renowned deli with meats and cheeses by the pound as well as a coffee bar. The Vineyard, the restaurant’s bar, offers a wide selection of wine and beer along with tapas and decadent cheese flights. 10 NE 10th St., Oklahoma City.

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