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Join the Dark Side

  “I think it’s a dated thing – like very 2018 – to say, ‘I’m a whiskey guy,’” said Will Groves, sales manager at Allegheny Distilling Company. “Customers are more open-minded now, and we’re seeing increases in every market where…

Time for Tamales

  Sad news: Barrios has taken its phenomenal mushroom tamales off the menu. On the bright side, once we heard, we went looking for more great options around the metro. Introduced to American diners by San Antonio’s famous Chili Queens…

One for the Road?

  The official and legal start date for Oklahoma’s new cocktails-to-go law is Wednesday, Aug. 25. While the general public has been excited about the change, restaurants -- still reeling from COVID issues as the delta variant marches across the…

Pizza Boss

  It boggles the mind and pains the stomach, but there was no pizza in Oklahoma City as recently as the end of World War II. Jack “Sussy” Sussman, a businessman and gambler with his hands in some shady operations,…

A Storied Destination

  The word “stories” is heard often when tribal chiefs talk about the soon-to-open First Americans Museum (FAM). “Through this museum, we carry forward our stories and culture for the benefit of all Americans, today and in the future,” said…