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Adult custards are available in several flavors at HopBunz. Photo by Natalie Green.
Adult custards are available in several flavors at HopBunz. Photo by Natalie Green.

HopBunz

While the name HopBunz conjures images of beer and burgers, those who are in the know will think of grown-up custard milkshakes. With four permanent flavors and a flavor of the month, HopBunz has a flavor to satisfy your particular craving. The two most popular shakes are, unsurprisingly, Oatmeal Cookie (vanilla custard, Irish crème, butterscotch and cinnamon liquors and oatmeal cookies) and Bourbon and Caramel (vanilla custard, Jim Beam bourbon and caramel sauce). Strawberry Mudslide and Mint Chocolate round out the regular offerings, while some of the past monthly flavors have been Drunkin’ Pumpkin (vanilla custard, pumpkin, spices and Captain Morgan rum) for the month of October and Caramel Apple (vanilla custard, caramel sauce, Apple Pucker, silver rum and sour apple mix) to celebrate September. Have a different flavor combination in mind? That’s no problem: HopBunz will make a custom made-to-order shake for you with or without alcohol. Who knows? Your creation could become a flavor of the month. 3330 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa. www.hopbunz.comMary Beth Ede

 

Anchor Down serves unique hot dogs and corn dogs with a variety of beverages. Photo by Brent fuchs.
Anchor Down serves unique hot dogs and corn dogs with a variety of beverages. Photo by Brent fuchs.

Anchor Down

If you’re driving down Second Street in downtown Oklahoma City, you can’t miss the new, beautifully geometric OK Sea building. Practically a work of art, the big, red building can’t be ignored. One might ask, “What could possibly be located here?” Welcome to Anchor Down.Anchor Down is an Oklahoma City bar that serves up a lot more than just drinks. This one-of-a-kind spot serves a one-of-a-kind menu of specialty corn dogs. Not only does Anchor Down have a wide array of beers on tap and even a large selection of Jello shots, but it also serves multiple types of corn dogs to go with whatever you feel like drinking. If you’re feeling traditional, Anchor Down’s Roger Dog is a traditional corn dog that is dipped in batter and garnished with mustard. The Bird Dog is a chicken sausage dog dipped in Anchor Down’s own batter. For the vegetarian or vegan crowd, there is the Guard Dog, a vegan roast dog dipped in vegan masa butter, or the Cheese Dog, a delicious dog for any cheese lover, filled with Tillamook smoked cheddar.Paired with the wide array of craft beers, Anchor Down’s corn dogs are the perfect addition to any evening. 30 NE Second St., Oklahoma City. www.anchordownokc.comJanelle Archer

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