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Le Louvre French Café

Visit Paris by way of a Parisian husband and wife, the chef and owner of Le Louvre French Café. With self-confessed exacting and high standards in the creation of alluring and authentic French cuisine, Le Louvre offers everything from crepes and croissants to a myriad of other French delicacies. Savory crepes include La Nordique with creamy garlic salmon, spinach,...

A Lifelong Calling

From the south of France to North May Avenue in Oklahoma City, the Buthion brothers are no strangers to the fine dining experience. For three decades now, Michel and his brother, chef Alain, have brought the cuisine, service and ambiance of their hometown of Grenoble, France, to OKC. Raised watching their father operate his popular boucherie, it’s no surprise that...

Bistro 22

Experience contemporary French cuisine at Edmond’s Bistro 22. Libation choices include the Bistro 22 Hurricane, with a base of secret house mix of juices and three rums - silver, aged and coconut. Another cocktail choice, Elderflower French, is a heady mélange of Aviation gin, St. Germaine, simple syrup, Prosecco and fresh lemon juice. Appetizers include shrimp escargot baked with...

The Goat

In the little towns along the French Riviera, there are chic, elegant beach clubs where you can enjoy a lavish meal at sunset. Stay on after dark, when a DJ takes over, and the place is transformed into a hot nightclub.  If you went to these clubs a few years ago, you might spot Nabil Alame on the dance floor....

How to Say I Love You in 16 Languages

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Oklahoma Magazine found multilingual Oklahomans to say ‘I love you’ in their native languages. These include Russian, Arabic, Greek, English, American Sign Language, Hindi, French, Mvskoke, German, Mandarin, Spanish, Dutch, Farsi, Cherokee, Japanese and Turkish. A special thanks to the groups who helped make the video happen: the Tulsa Global Alliance, the Tulsa Speech and...

Putting It All into the Bin

When you’re far from home, tiny memories become precious. “My whole house looks like a jungle,” says Raqaun Bennett, executive chef at Bin 35 in Tulsa’s Brookside. “There’s a lemon tree in the living room, elephant ears, anything that reminds me of the tropics.” Bennett grew up in Kingshill, a rural neighborhood in St. Croix, not far from the University of...