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Roadpony Nov 24, 2011 03:44 AM

I am in OKC for the NRHA Futurity for a week and a half & am looking for some of the best local places to eat, casual or fancy. I know about Cattleman's & the Crabhouse. So where else should I go? Thanks!

Anna

  1. Mattkn Nov 24, 2011 04:17 AM

    Are you talking about Crabtown in Bricktown? That is a local chain. Not so much worth a special trip. Not awful, but then again I haven't eaten there in years.

    Not sure where you're from but Nic's Grill does an excellent burger, but it's lunch only so that might not work for you. If it does, get there early 10:50 is not too early for lunch. Yes, it's that busy and very small.

    I also really like Los Comales. The green pork tacos are a fav. I used to love the breakfast burritos. They are probably still good, but sometimes the potatoes are not done enough for me. This place is just down from Cattlemans. Good green and red hot sauce.

    I also really like the pollo flautas at Tacos San Pedro. Served with lettuce, avocado sauce, and crema on top. They also have a small self serve salsa bar. And will usually bring out escabeche with your meal.

    Red Prime is a fancy, modern steakhouse. And for nicer dining, strip-mall style Signature Grill in Edmond is doing some good food. Get a reservation.

    Okc has a fairly large Vietnamese population and therefore a decent Asian district with some good pho.

    Let us know what you liked. Hopefuly Bigray will chime in. He knows what's good!

    Here is a website that you might find helpful.

    http://www.eataroundokc.com/

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    Nic's Grill
    1201 N Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73107

    Los Comales
    1504 S Agnew Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73108

    Crabtown
    303 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

    Signature Grill
    1317 E Danforth Rd, Edmond, OK 73034

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      Roadpony Nov 24, 2011 11:22 AM

      Thank you! Just what I was looking for! I am from KY & love all foods at all prices! I will check these places out! Thanks again & Happy Thanksgiving!

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        tiomano Nov 26, 2011 01:59 PM

        Ludivine is real close to downtown and is pretty awesome. They local source what ever they can. Two chef friends really like it there. Apparently the bar has great food also. http://ludivineokc.com/

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          Okcfind Dec 6, 2011 01:54 PM

          +1 for Ludivine. And agree to avoid Crabtown, nothing special there.

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