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Belle Kitchen Bakery and Cafe

Real and simple are the culinary watchwords at Belle Kitchen Bakery and Cafe. At two locations, highlights include the nationally recognized doughnuts, which take two days to produce; they have a unique, light and springy texture topped with hand-made glaze flavors like maple or vanilla bean. The same down-home standards are applied to the entire menu, which includes macaroons,...

Something to Crow About

Despite the Dust Bowl and the middle of the Great Depression, Oklahoma City was a surprisingly hopping spot for new businesses and ventures. In 1937, a rooster began to crow on North Walker Avenue, where the Edgemere Park neighborhood ends and the Paseo District begins. Through the booms and busts of the OKC economy, along with the stagnation and gentrification...

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...

Poke Bowl Love

Poke Bowl Love is an Asian fusion eatery with sushi reinvented several ways, all centered around poke – a Hawaiian dish of marinated raw fish with varying sauces, toppings and rice. Those looking for more traditional dishes can sub in shrimp, crab, tofu or vegetables. Other items include sushi burritos, poke nachos and a poke bake. A favorite –...

Celebrity Restaurant

Get to Celebrity Restaurant in midtown Tulsa for quality cuisine since 1963. A classic wedge salad is available, but don’t miss the famous table-side Caesar salad, the perfectly prepared cuts of prime beef or fresh seafood entrées. Among the real-life celebrities to visit over the years are Bob Hope, Mickey Mantle, Ben Stiller, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Willie Nelson, who...

Your Next Neighborhood Spot

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...