Random Flavors

Photo courtesy Weber’s.
Photo courtesy Weber’s.

Fabulous Floats

The perfect summer treat is an ice-cold root beer float served up in a frosty glass, and no one knows floats like Weber’s. Their original restaurant is located in the heart of Brookside and is the longest-running business on the strip. They boast the same all-natural (and secret) 14 ingredients in their root beer as the day they opened. And for a snack to go along with your tasty float, try their onion rings, french fries or chili cheeseburger. 3817 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa; webersoftulsa.com

Photo courtesy Irma’s Burger Shack.
Photo courtesy Irma’s Burger Shack.

Burger Bliss

If you’re looking for an unbelievable burger that defies your expectations, Irma’s Burger Shack is the perfect place to go. They serve up the No Name Ranch beef patty, which is an all natural, Oklahoma-raised meat. Make sure to leave room for their hand-blended malts, hand-cut fries, homemade desserts and wide selection of beer. 1035 N.W. 63rd St. and 1120 Classen Dr., OKC; irmasburgershack.com 


The Perfect Dog

Would you ever think to add andouille sasauge, fried okra or shrimp to the top of your hot dog? Maybe not, but Mutt’s Amazing Hot Dogs and Burgers would. Since opening in 2011, Mutt’s has taken the idea of a traditional dog and run with it. They have a dog for every taste, whether that’s Asian-inspired, chicken-fried or vegan. In addition to their food trucks, they’re located on N.W. 23rd Street in Oklahoma City and will be opening two new locations this summer in Edmond and Midwest City. 1400 N.W. 23rd St., OKC; mutts-hot-dogs.com