Best of the 405 Winners: Food & Drink - 405 Magazine

Best of the 405 Winners: Food & Drink

The results are in! We have tallied 215,918 votes to give you the Best of the 405. Your favorite businesses, parks, restaurants and more!

Photo of Pie Junkie by Lexi Hoebing

Bakery – Pie Junkie

City’s best pies and service.

Barbecue – Swadley’s

Consistency, Convenience, affordability and catering.

Bartender – Haleigh Harwell, Ponyboy

Quality, speed and service.

Breakfast – Neighborhood J.A.M.

Waffles to tacos, they do it all right.

Brunch – The Jones Assembly

Delicious food in an expansive family-friendly environment.

Burger – The Garage

Simple, delicious, affordable.

Business Lunch – Charleston’s

It defined team service in OKC – and oh, those croissants!

Catfish – Off the Hook

A local favorite from Southern specialists.

Charcuterie – Graze OKC

A strikingly creative palette of finger foods.

Chef – Andrew Black

A trailblazer making his mark on the fine dining scene.

Chicken Fried Steak – Cheever’s

The classic for a reason (and jalapeno gravy).

Chinese – Grand House

A menu with remarkable variety + dim sum.

Cocktail Bar – Sidecar Barley & Wine

Popular two-location night spot with craft and classic cocktails.

Coffee Shop – Stella Nova

Taking over the coffee culture with many locations across town.

Craft Brewery – Stonecloud

Quality, creativity, and balance.

Dessert – Pie Junkie

Perfect spot for your dessert date.

Dive Bar – Edna’s

Lunchboxes and festive crowds.

European (non-Italian) – La Baguette Bistro

The standard in French cuisine for 40 years.

Fine Dining – FRIDA Southwest

Excellence at every level.

Food Truck – Saucee Sicilian

Delicious, rustic Italian on wheels.

French Fries – The Mule

Potatoes on their best day.

Happy Hour – The Jones Assembly

One of the city’s most creative cocktail programs.

Healthy Eating – Picasso Cafe

Early pioneers in healthy eating in the city.

Indian – Sheesh Mahal

Second to naan.

Italian – Gabriella’s

Hearty, yummy, family-style meals.

Latin American – Cafe Kacao

There’s a line around the block for a reason.

Mediterranean – Zorba’s

Traditional to modern Greek and Middle Eastern.

Mexican – San Marcos

A favorite destination for TexMex dining.

Pizza – Empire Slice House

Quirky to classic, this place does it all.

Posole – Green Chile Kitchen

An OKC spin on a New Mexican classic.

Sandwiches – The Mule

Creative combinations between the slices.

Seafood – Pearl’s

Popular Cajun and seafood comfort food.

Soul Food – Off the Hook

Seafood and more with a soul food twist.

Steakhouse – Cattlemen’s

Nearly 100 years of breakfast, blue ribbon steak and lamb fries.

Sushi – Sushi Neko

Japanese cuisine with a modern twist and a popular bar.

Tacos – Gringo – Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Spicy pork rules, but it does everything well.

Tacos – Traditional – Abel’s

Beef or chicken, crispy or soft — excellent lunch special.

Thai – Panang

Crazy jungle chicken and a delicious variety of curry.

Vietnamese – Pho Lien Hoa

The mothership of pho in OKC.

Wine List – Metro Wine Bar

The gold standard for more than 30 years.