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The Hemingway 

At the Hemingway, the team believes that “food should be an experience. One that nourishes all aspects of your being. Refined, yet unabashedly primitive, answering the demands of the soul.” Over a year in the making, this sleek steakhouse opened in mid-September on Cherry Street in a mixed-use building that also houses luxury apartments, Cyclebar and Sidecar Barley and...

The Calling of a Lifetime

It might seem like pulling off the impossible – to open (or re-imagine) three restaurants in nine months. But such industry and creativity define chef Jeff Patton.  In October 2021, a re-inspired Mary Eddy’s Dining Room opened in the 21c Museum Hotel in Oklahoma City. Originally opened in 2016, it was forced to close during the worst of the COVID...

Frateli’s Italian Restaurant

Authentic Italian and generational family recipes grace the menu of Shawnee’s Frateli’s. Pasta dishes, along with seafood and pizza, abound, along with appetizers like sautéed mussels with garlic, crushed red pepper and white wine sauce. Or, perhaps try mushroom caps stuffed with crab in a brandy cream sauce. House specialties include Seafood Siciliana, a mélange of hard shell clams,...

Flo’s Burger Diner

Lovers of legendary chicken fried steak are known to follow Flo’s Burger Diner on Facebook to see if that gravy-topped favorite is available.  A classic and renowned diner on Route 66, Flo’s serves varying daily specials – and you might just come across the Bomb Burger, which has a “cream cheese jalapeno popper schmear between two patties with mayo...

Rustic Chophouse

Joe Garrett, the general manager and part owner of Broken Arrow’s swanky new steakhouse, looks every inch a Marine. And he was – deployed to Djibouti 20 years ago. Like all Marines, he’s a team player. Ask him what makes Rustic Chophouse special, and he won’t mention the tuna tartare, made with a blend of Japanese ponzu sauce, black...

A Food Lover’s Guide to Oklahoma

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A Graceful Balancing Act

His tale is mesmerizing … idyllic. “I grew up in Manitou Springs, Colorado, right by Pikes Peak, but my best memories are summers at my grandparents’ Rhode Island farm. Me and my brother would spend the days tending the vegetable garden, picking the berries that grew all over. We’d eat half what we picked, and my grandma made the rest...