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Channeling Kahlo in OKC

The Paseo Arts District in Oklahoma City has long been home to free thinkers – a place where revolutionaries find refuge and solace, where the creativity of local and regional artists thrive. Artist and free thinker Magdalena Carmen y Calderón, commonly known as Frida Kahlo, defied identity and class through her paintings. It’s no wonder that Frida Southwest, a new...

Revolucion Taqueria & Cantina

“Mexican for all” is the motto and mission at Revolucion Taqueria & Cantina, known for a quick, inexpensive brunch or lunch. A $12 lunch special offers a starter, entrée and drink and includes choices like smashed taco salad – a fresh, butter crunch lettuce Mexican salad dressed in house-made chipotle buttermilk ranch. Several taco selections include a seafood variation...

Elote Café and Catering

Bringing crowds downtown with Salsafest, chihuahua races and masked Mexican wrestling, Elote Café and Catering is more than a restaurant; it’s a destination. With both meat and vegetarian options, menu favorites include fried avocados, white queso, puffy tacos, fresh fruit pico bites and guacamole made fresh every hour. The adventurous go for the smokin’ hot quesadilla, brimming with sautéed jalapeño,...

Torchy’s Tacos

From an Austin, Texas, food truck to more than 60 locations in four states, Torchy’s treats Tulsans and OKC diners to what founder Mike Rypka calls “Damn Good” tacos. Each location has a slightly different look and aura, but every Torchy’s shop has partnerships with ingredient providers from around the world. The company also uses renewable napkins, cutlery and...

A Home for ‘Foodpreneurs’

Oklahoma has more miles of the original Route 66 than any other state, and Tulsa’s Mother Road Market reminds people of the highway’s historical impact. The brainchild of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, Tulsa’s first food hall on the iconic road combines innovation and learning space for food entrepreneurs, or “foodpreneurs,” as president and CEO Elizabeth Frame Ellison calls them...