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A Food Lover’s Guide to Oklahoma

By Brian Schwartz and Amanda Simcoe .ugb-047f187 > .ugb-inner-block > .ugb-block-content > .ugb-columns__item{grid-template-columns:3.00fr 1.00fr !important}.ugb-047f187.ugb-columns{min-height:920px;background-color:#fcb900;background-position:bottom center;background-size:cover}.ugb-047f187.ugb-columns:before{background-image:linear-gradient(90deg,#fcb900 0%,#ffffff 100%)}@media screen and (min-width:768px){.ugb-047f187.ugb-columns{margin-top:89px !important}}@media screen and (-ms-high-contrast:active),screen and (-ms-high-contrast:none){.ugb-047f187.ugb-columns{height:920px}} Veal chops  Polo Grill, Tulsa This rich, hearty dish with asparagus risotto and mushrooms satisfies with its lovely balance of flavors. “The wild mushrooms yield an earthy umami,” says chef Omar Galban, “and the freshness of...

The Next Bright Chapter

Ruth Young ran Tulsa’s legendary lunch spot Queenie’s for almost forty years, but if you ask her if she recalls any interesting anecdotes about her fabled career there, she’ll say, “Well, nothing that exciting ... except for the time a naked man fell through the ceiling.” But, in fact, she has quite a story to tell. “I grew up under...

A Bright and Bustling Addition

Most people who grew up in the south know biscuits are a staple around the dining table. An Oklahoma City restaurant, however, takes that enthusiasm to a new level.  Located at 429 N.W. 23rd St., HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. is certain to have a variety of items on the menu to please any set of taste buds. The joint, which is...

Not Foolin’ Anyone With These Biscuits

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...