OKC is food city
Early this year, when Oklahoma City’s-own Nonesuch was named America’s Best New Restaurant by Bon Appetit many across the country were probably surprised to hear about culinary excellence in the heartland. However, you don’t have to live here long to figure out that OKC has quickly become a culinary capital.
Frankly, the diversity of our food scene shocks many outsiders. From some of the best Vietnamese food in the U.S. to prime steaks and even sea food, the metro has something for all taste buds.
In an attempt to share some of the excitement around food options in Oklahoma City, the Chamber has a new story feature at www.greateroklahomacity.com/foodcity. The story takes a look at different dining options in Oklahoma City’s districts. With a format intended to be easily shared with clients, coworkers and friends, “Food City” demonstrates how Oklahoma City’s pioneering spirit shows up in the wide range of cuisine options available in OKC. From old favorites like Cattlemen's and Cheever's to new award winners like Nonesuch, the feature walks the reader through how the ever evolving food scene in Oklahoma City has made the region destination for food.