Food & Drink

  • Knotty Pine Barbecue

    Back in the early 1940s, Knotty Pine was a rough bar in a tough part of town, and David Woodard’s grandmother used to carry a...

  • Worth Her Weight In Gold

    You’re tired, too busy to cook, and the kitchen’s a mess. On the rack, there are bottles of spices so old that the dates have...

  • Get Cracking

    Later this month, kids and adults alike will partake in the yearly tradition of coloring and hiding dozens of Easter eggs. But once the candy...

  • What We’re Eating

    Philly Cheesesteaks Phat Philly’s Day and night, crowds line Passyunk Avenue in south Philadelphia. They think they’re getting the world’s best cheesesteak. They aren’t. Here’s...

  • Steak And Swank

    In the competitive food service industry, restaurants come and go. It’s rare to find one that has been around 10 years, let alone 40. Junior’s...

  • Lassalle’s New Orleans Deli

    Since late 2013 anyone who’s driven to downtown Tulsa straight up Boston Avenue has noticed new signage on what had been La Boca Loca, a...

  • Molly’s Landing

    You’re on an interstate blander than soggy bread. You turn left six miles east outside of Tulsa city limits, and suddenly the magic begins. You’re...

  • A Sweet Passion

    Julie McLean loves chocolate so much she has made it her job. A former Tulsan, she began Sibu Sura, a chocolate company in Myersville, Md.,...

  • Slainte!

    St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Monday this year, but that won’t stop the festivities. Here’s a breakdown of the events in Tulsa and OKC....

  • Step Right Up

    Who doesn’t love the circus…and good food? This month, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum sets the table for Chefs’ Feast, benefiting the Regional...