PRIME TIME DINING
Unique crusts, sauces make Red PrimeSteak utterly original
By Greg Horton
Red PrimeSteak is the flagship restaurant of A Good Egg Dining Group. Located in the historic 1911 Buick Building, Red PrimeSteak’s beautiful, cavernous interior was designed by award-winning architect Rand Elliott.
The building was constructed in 1911, as part of what
BISTRO ATMOSPHERE, PREMIUM WINES
By Greg Horton
The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro delivers on high-quality food, neighborhood feel
The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro has been in business for just over 25 years when owner LaVeryl Lower opened The Metro across the street from The Coach House.
At the time, there was no place
Rococo Northpark brings island feel to fine dining – famous crab cakes and all
Bruce Rinehart, chef/owner of Rococo Restaurant and Fine Wine, built his “little island” on N. Penn and NW 28th in 2004, and for almost 10 years, that was Rococo. Rinehart said that regular customers never complained about the drive south from
West Brings Beauty into Restaurant Décor, Food
The Haynes brothers have been in the restaurant business since 1971, the year their father, Johnnie Haynes, opened the first Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler in Oklahoma City.
In 2007, the brothers decided they want to create a modern, upscale restaurant in the metro. They partnered with director of operations
Iron Starr Gets Innovative with Barbecue
By Greg Horton
Barbecue is everywhere throughout the southwestern United States, and not the kind associated with the Carolinas, in which is too much vinegar and not enough smoky deliciousness. The tangy, smoky barbecue associated with Kansas City and Ft. Worth is replicated all over this part of the
Behind one of Oklahoma City’s most popular restaurants lies a piece of Oklahoma City history. Cheever’s Café occupies a building that was once the family home of Oklahoma Belle Cunningham, the first baby born in the newly incorporated Oklahoma City. She would grow up and marry L.L. Cheever, and in 1938, the two would purchase the family home on Hudson Street.
Located right on the edge of Heritage Hills, Stella is an upscale casual restaurant where guests dine in jeans and tee shirts alongside couples dressed up for the ballet or symphony. “We want people to think of Stella as a neighborhood restaurant,” Tyler said. “I call it casual elegance. Just be comfortable. A meal is a social event shared with friends and family.”
Upon entering, the heavy wooden bar beckons. The mirrored backdrop reflects the crushed velvet upholstered booths in the background and the chandeliers project just the right amount of light. The ambience conjures up visions of The Rat Pack with drink in hand and laughter. Good times.
Van’s Pig Stand restaurant has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award.
Brick-oven pizzas, Pasta Pomodoro, Pistacchi Linguine… you name it, Gabriella’s Italian Grill will have it on its truly Italian menu