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Hopscotch Bar and Kitchen

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For lunch, happy hour, dinner and late-night snacks in Oklahoma City, check out Hopscotch Bar and Kitchen, where you’ll find fun ways to work up an appetite with billiards, dart boards and patio games. Appetizers include cherry wood-smoked salmon with toasted crostini, dill cream cheese, red onions, capers and cornichon sweet pickles. Entrée choices include from-scratch chicken...

New State Burgers & Spirits

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New State, in the heart of the 16th Street Plaza District in OKC, had its official opening in the summer and has grilled its way to the top by quickly becoming the place to grab a great burger and a generous sip from the bar. The cozy space, with a relaxed atmosphere and...

Whiskey Pervades Quirky OKC Eatery

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Not many places can pull off an extensive menu quite like the quirky Whiskey Cake Kitchen and Bar in Oklahoma City. When we say extensive, we mean it – snacks range from goat cheese fondue and beef jerky to arrosto misto and Thai barbecue duck wings. The eclectic nature of the grub continues in the entrées – try chicken and...

Get Hitched Without a Hitch

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The happiest day of your life should be filled with laughter, champagne toasts, romance, close friends and family. What should not be there are stress, negativity, disorganization and chaos. We offer advice, tips and a handy-dandy pros-cons list to help you plan and enjoy your wedding day. Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching To make a couple’s day come to fruition, a wedding budget is...

Your Next Neighborhood Spot

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Burly and amiable, in a checked shirt and jeans, he looks like the kind of cowboy ladies love. “I was 13 when I started work at my father’s restaurant,” Kent Kistler says. “My brother Brandon and I have been doing it ever since – except for the years Brandon was the lead singer of a heavy metal band. We washed...

Not Foolin’ Anyone With These Biscuits

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Foolish Things Bar and Biscuit, tucked away in Tulsa’s Brookside area, feels curiously warm and welcoming, and the biscuit sandwiches would make owner Justin Carpenter’s mother proud. “My mother’s from a big Mexican family,” he says, “and she taught me that if you want to show people you care for them, you feed them well. young, I wanted to...

A Speakeasy for Our Time

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In a few short blocks of glorious, gilded spires, Boston Avenue epitomizes downtown Tulsa’s glory days as Oil Capital of the World. As the sun sets on a wintry evening, the century-old palaces seem haunted – a place of tunnels and secrets. Just west of Boston, an alley runs north toward Fifth Street, hemmed in by tall brick cliffs. You...