Kitchen No. 324 provides something for everyone while focusing on fresh, local food.
Located in the heart of the Business District in Oklahoma City, you can look out of your tableside window at Kitchen No. 324 and suddenly feel like you’re enjoying a latte in the middle of New York City. From the beautiful upscale plates to the sophisticated urban view, Kitchen No. 324, part of A Good Egg Dining Group, brings a little bit of what life would be like in the Big Apple to Oklahoma City.
“Kitchen [No. 324] is all about bringing our downtown neighborhood fresh choices and unexpected offerings – from colorful fare and comfort to baked goods and local coffee,” says Aly Clark, brand manager for A Good Egg Dining Group.
Known especially for its freshly baked bites and quality brunch, Kitchen No. 324 is a weekend morning hotspot. Everything on the menu is baked every morning at 4 a.m., so every meal is served fresh.
With their signature Joenuts (their take on Cronuts, a croissant-doughnut pastry) and their wide selection of breakfast dishes, Kitchen No. 324 is the perfect place to meet for a breakfast meeting or to get your friends together to start the morning in delicious style – served from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for all late risers.
However, if you aren’t a breakfast person, Kitchen No. 324 has a wide selection of lunch and dinner salads and entrees that can satisfy any daytime craving. No one can go wrong with their hand-carved petite filet, but they also have entrees ranging from chicken pot pie to cauliflower steak.
Kitchen No. 324 also has a variety of handmade sandwiches to make any lunch break more enjoyable. They serve traditional sandwiches, like their “Hand-Carved BLT,” but they also have sandwiches that are served with a Kitchen No. 324 twist, like the “Really Fancy Grilled Cheese” – a sourdough sandwich pressed with smoked cheddar-jack cheese, poblano-peach preserves and fresh thyme. Perfect for this time of the season!
Kitchen No. 324 provides kids’ meals. Priced at $5.99, the kids’ meals include pasta, veggies, chicken fingers and grilled cheese sandwiches. All kids’ meals are served with the choice of fresh fruit, sweet potato chips or a salad.
The atmosphere and fresh food has helped Kitchen No. 324 gain a dedicated following.
“We are so thankful to have such wonderful and loyal customers at Kitchen 324,” Clark says. “We see many faces come in and out of our doors, but we have a select group of regulars that we see four and even five times a week!”
You can visit Kitchen No. 324 at 324 N. Robinson in Oklahoma City.