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GUIDE In 2020, voting isn’t crystal clear. Few elections transpire without turmoil. The 2000 presidential election, for example, saw one of the most overt signs of doubt surrounding the country’s process as Al Gore secured the popular vote, but ultimately conceded to President George W. Bush after a recount was forced in Florida. Further doubt was sowed in 2016, as projections saw Hillary Clinton handedly defeating President Donald Trump, only for the latter to win in several presumed blue states. This election is still mired in controversy, as evidence of Russian interference through fraudulent social media activity is still unearthed. This year, Trump has cast further doubt over the election process, suggesting absentee voting is fraught with fraud despite a lack of evidence. This comes as COVID-19 has forced many Americans to reevaluate how they can safely vote on November 3. Oklahoma City’s ballot is exceptionally important, as it features seven state elections in addition to the presidential, eight justices and judges up for retention, two state questions, and nine propositions for the city’s charter. Many of the state’s races are critical, but the sheer volume can make it difficult to discern what one is actually voting for. Additionally, the nature of the pandemic coupled with a lengthy ballot means many voters may need to spend additional time at the polls if they were unable to apply for an absentee ballot timely. In this way, being an educated voter is synonymous with being a healthy voter. What follows is an examination of each choice given to voters residing in Oklahoma City.

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Donald Trump and Mike Pence (Republican) The incumbent’s first term has been as historic as it is controversial. Trump’s victory in of itself was considered anomalous by most analysts, but this was quickly overshadowed by the events of his presidency thus far. Trump has presided over some economic gains, though many of those were obliterated by the pandemic. Trump has adopted a platform of “law and order” for his reelection in response to protests for racial justice, but it can be a stretch to take this notion seriously when he and his colleagues have endured impeachment and indictments. In Trump’s context, “law and order” is better translated into “subur-


ban protection.” This goes in part handin-hand with Trump’s isolationist tendencies, as well as his stance against immigration that was a hallmark of his election. He is one of the first western leaders to parlay with North Korea, though whether or not this gesture actually deescelated hostilities remains uncertain. Trump has drawn additional criticism for his response to the pandemic, taking virtually no action to abate the crisis until mid-March despite evidence of briefings on the virus as early as January. His bombastic tweets coupled with aggressive conservatism have made him one the most bilateral candidates. So much so, it’s difficult to determine whether or not his own vice president, Mike Pence, has been able to lead effectively.

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Jo Jorgenson and Jeremy Spike Cohen (Libertarian) Jo Jorgensen is the most popular, atypical candidate. She previously ran as a vice presidential candidate in 1996 in a losing effort to the incumbent, Bill Clinton. Like most libertarians, Jorgenson prioritizes a free market and a reduction to the national deficit. She has also commented on the need for health care reform in terms of cost, but does not support universal healthcare in any capacity. In response to a Ballotpedia survey, Jorgenson envisions her America as “One giant Switzerland.”

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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris (Democrat) Former vice president Joe Biden emerged as somewhat of a sleeper nominee among a fiercely contested democratic primary including the likes of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Biden was perhaps the most centrist of hopefuls despite a present republican effort to paint him as radically liberal. Contrary to Trump, Biden has secured the support of older democrats and minorities. However, his involvement with the 1994 Crime Bill has alienated many voters as the bill disproportionately punished black Americans. For his platform, Biden supports mild criminal justice reform; a rekindled focus on environmental protection and carbon reduction; and a safe, nationwide strategy to recover from the pandemic. Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, previously served as the attorney general of California. Similar to Biden, Harris has been criticised for a lack of meaningful criminal justice reform. If victorious, she would become the first woman to hold the office of vice president.

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Jim Inhofe has held his senate seat since 1995. A career politician, Inhofe has served in the state’s senate as well as in the federal and state house of representatives. Recently, Inhofe endured criticism spurred by a New York Times article that alleged he, along with several other republican senators, sold an excessive amount of stock following a senate intelligence briefing in January. This allegedly occurred two months before the pandemic would eviscerate the stock market. In the meantime, Inhofe has downplayed the severity of the virus in tandem with the president. He also once brought a snowball to the senate floor in an attempt to disprove climate change.

Todd Hiett (Republican) Kanye West and Michelle Tidball (Independent) An award-winning rapper, producer, and designer, Kanye West formerly announced his campaign on July 4, 2020. That announcement is about the extent of what is known about West’s campaign. Of the few platforms outlined on his campaign’s website, freedom of religion takes the highest priority. This is perhaps reiterated with the selection of his running mate, Wyoming-based preacher Michelle Tidball. In an 2018 interview with CNN, West described his at the time hypothetical platform as very similar to “Trump but with some of Bernie’s principles.”

The incumbent Todd Hiett won his office in 2015. Previously, Hiett was the state’s Speaker of the House from 2004 to 2006. Across his career, Hiett’s campaign suggests his relationship with entities like Webco Industries and Callidus Technologies lend to an expansion of available jobs in the state. Hiett is criticized by his challenger for breaking campaign rules by using unspent funds to pay for a new office. Hiett argues that this is not a misuse of funds, as the office is necessary for him to perform the duties of his position.

Brock Pierce and Karla Ballard (Independent) In 1996, Brock Pierce starred in First Kid as the mischievous son of a fictional president. Over twenty years later, Pierce has become a billionaire largely from his involvement in the cryptocurrency trade. Pierce prioritizes a free market while also making motions towards sustainable industry in order to mitigate the consequences of climate change.

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Joan Farr is an independent that previously ran in a losing effort to Inhofe in 2014. Farr has been open about her intent to change her political affiliation to Republican if elected. Many of her platforms parallel Inhofe, with a strong emphasis on the supposed need for conservative justices in order to expand the number of heard cases.

Abby Broyles (Democrat) Abby Broyles is an active attorney and journalist who has made a career out of her ability to identify and examine corruption. Broyles feels partisanship has grounded the legislature to a halt. She is a proponent of effective and accessible healthcare. Broyles also feels there must be a national effort to mitigate the effects of climate change, as it directly impacts Oklahoman agriculture.

A.D. Nesbit (Independent) A.D. Nesbit is an assistant professor at East Central University. Nesbit takes a strong stance against partisan politics, and admits that no politician can effectively lead without the advice of experts. Nesbit prioritizes the accessibility of education and healthcare.

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Todd Hagopian (Libertarian) Like most libertarians, Todd Hagopian’s platform is rooted in limit i ng gover n ment reg u lat ion . Hagopian also champions a reevaluation of how the state’s taxes are used, a notion that coincides with his criticism of Hiett’s spending.

Joan Farr (Independent)

Robert Murphy (Libertarian) Robert Murphy is a veteran seeking to “reign in our banking system and return to stable money based on silver and gold.” Similar to Trump, Murphy supports an isolationist America. Murphy also endorses a free market for medical care and seeks to end the monopolistic practices in medical care and drug manufacturing.

Kendra S. Horn (Democrat) Kendra Horn won her seat in a monumental victory over Steve Russell in 2018. Horn feels that unemployment benefits and protections for small businesses should be expanded, as the pan-

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Valerie Walker (Republican) Valerie Walker is a conservative whose policies closely mirror the president. Walker is a proponent of firearm ownership and feels the function of law enforcement should be maintained if not expanded. Walker also opposes abortion in any capacity.

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An incumbent since his election in 2016, Collin Walke has focused much of his tenure on uplifting the working class. He supported OK House Bill 2272, which expanded retirement benefits for thousands of state works. Walke has also prioritized the health of Oklahoma City’s economy and school system, feeling that small businesses are especially vulnerable and are in need of additional protection.

Christina Mallory Chicoraske (Democrat) Christina Chicoraske is an Oklahoma City native concerned with involving residents in local politics. Similar to Hooten, Chicoraske is a proponent of accessible information. She also champions transparent budget practices.


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Tommie Johnson III (Republican) Tommie Johnson previously served as a master police officer of the Norman Police Department. Johnson’s platform involves considerate policing and financial responsibility. He also feels a strong connection to the community is critical for criminal justice reform.

Charles De Coune previously ran as an independent for Oklahoma Treasurer in 2018, but was defeated by Randy McDaniel. De Coune has criticised the incumbent for his misuse of CAREs Act funding. De Coune’s platform centers on affordable access to justice and broad criminal justice reform.

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OKG Wayland Cubit (Democrat) Wayland Cubit feels any sheriff must ensure policing is transparent and accountable. Cubit’s platform includes the expansion of mental health services, mitigating police intervention in a time of crisis. Cubit feels justice should be sensible and actively seek to rehabilitate, rather than hold the state’s incarcerated population indefinitely.

Matthew John Kane IV (Supreme Court District 1) Matthew John Kane was appointed by Governor Kevin Stitt in 2019 following the retirement of Justice John Reif last April. Previously, Kane served as a judge of Oklahoma’s 10th District Court for nearly 15 years.

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Rick Warren (Republican) Rick Warren is the incumbent seeking his second term on the heels of a special election. Warren’s platform focuses on clerical efficiency and fiscal accountability. He has been criticised by his opponent for his vote that contributed to sending the majority of $40 million awarded to Oklahoma via the CAREs Act to the state’s jails.

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Deborah B. Barnes (Court of Civil Appeals, District 2 Office 1)

Richard B. Darby (Supreme Court District 9) Richard Darby was appointed by Governor Mary Fallin in 2018. Recently, Darby supported eliminating the previous notary requirement of absentee ballots. He served as the district judge of the state’s 3rd Judicial District for over twenty years before his appointment to the supreme court.

Deborah Barnes was appointed by Governor Brad Henry in 2008. She was previously the staff attorney to Supreme Court Justice Ralph Hodges. Barnes’s experience is rooted in civil litigation and commercial law.

Keith Rapp (Court of Civil Appeals District 2 Office 2)

Gary L. Lumpkin (Court of Criminal Appeals, District 3) Gary Lumpkin was appointed by Governor Henry Bellmon in 1988. Lumpkin was criticised in 2017 for his use of the n-word when reading a transcript of a defendant’s repeated use of the slur. Though no officials decried Lumpkin as overtly racist over the incident, Judge David Lewis indicated his repeated use of the slur was understandably tone deaf.

Jane P. Wiseman (Court of Civil Appeals, District 1 Office 2) Jane Wiseman was appointed by Governor Brad Henry in 2005. Prior to her appointment, Wiseman served in the 14th District in the Family Relations and Civil divisions.

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Keith Rapp was appointed by Governor George Nigh in 1984. He served as a judge in the 14th District Court prior to his appointment, and was a public defender and prosecutor in Broken Arrow during his pre-judicial career.

STATE QUESTIONS State Question No. 805 This state question is intended to eliminate enhanced sentencing for nonviolent felony convictions. Currently, sentence enhancement can be used against any individual convicted of a crime within 10 years of completing their last sentence. Voting yes would support eliminating this option. Supporters of this question feel the measure could drastically decrease the state’s already congested prison populations and mitigate harsh sentencing. Governor Kevin Stitt is among the opponents of this measure, as they feel eliminating sentence enhancement would allow criminals to avoid accountability.

State Question No. 814 This state question relates to the use of funds awarded to the state by Tobacco companies as a result of the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement. Voting yes would support decreasing the percentage of

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Propositions (Modifications to Oklahoma City’s Charter)

PROPOSITION 1 This charter amendment is modification to the language used in reference to mayoral and city elections as well the pace in which new appointments transpire. This would include renaming February’s “primary” election to “general,” and April’s election from “general” to “runoff.” This amendment also specifies that elected officials would assume office four weeks after the “runoff,” rather than the current one week. The language revision would allow the charter to better reflect current state law, which already supersedes the charter.

PROPOSITION 2 This charter amendment eases the restrictions for mayoral candidacy. Currently, any individual running for mayor must reside in OKC for at least three years. This would reduce the requirement to a single year, while still requiring a candidate to be a registered voter for at least a year in their applicable ward.

PROPOSITION 3 This charter amendment would extend the period to call for a special election from 15 days to 30 days.

PROPOSITION 4 This charter amendment will rewrite the requirement for city council meetings to reflect the council’s current behavior of setting meetings by ordinance. Currently, the city council meets every other Tuesday.

PROPOSITION 5 This charter amendment would allow the mayor and city council members to provide positive and negative feedback for any city employee directly to the City Manager. This amendment could both expedite termination of an employee as well as their promotion.

PROPOSITION 6

This charter amendment is designed to clarify who composes the city’s Division of Public Affairs. This change would formalize the inclusion of the City Manager, Municipal Counselor, City Auditor, Municipal Court Judges, and all of OKC’s boards, commissions and committees that were created by the mayor and city council.

PROPOSITION 7 This charter amendment is aimed at inclusion, revising the term “councilman” to “council member” or “councilor.”

PROPOSITION 8 This charter amendment is largely focused on reformatting the charter for accessibility. This amendment would also add the word “welfare” to the list of powers related to ordinances.

PROPOSITION 9 This charter amendment would rephrase a heading of the charter to better prevent exploitative transactions related to certain business within OKC and stave possible corruption. This would prevent city employees and elected officials from accepting gifts whose value are deemed unavailable to the general public, as they may come from privatelyowned entities. It would still allow for contracts to be conditioned upon free access for city employees and officers while performing official duties.


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PROPOSITION NO. 1 Shall Article II, Section 2, and Article X, Sections 1, 2, and 3 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article II, Section 8 and Article X, Sections 1, 2, and 3 of the Oklahoma City Charter all relate to Mayor and City Council elections. The amendment to Article II, Section 8 deletes obsolete wording, simplifies structure, and amends when elected officers take office from one week to four weeks after the runoff election date. The amendments to Article X, Sections 1, 2 and 3 collectively: change the names primary and general election to general election and runoff election; set the regular general election date for Mayor as the second Tuesday in February in certain even years; set the regular general elections for Council as the second Tuesday in February of odd years when terms expire; add language for electing Councilmembers if new wards are created; amend the filing (declaration of candidacy) dates for Mayor or Council to comply with State law and the filing dates set by the Oklahoma County Election Board; adopts State law for giving notice of the elections; and authorizes City Clerk to make names of elections consistent throughout the Charter.

YES NO COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS DISTRICT 3 Shall GARY L. LUMPKIN of the OKLAHOMA COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS be retained in office?

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PROPOSITION NO. 2 Shall Article II, Section 6 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article II, Section 6 of the Oklahoma City Charter relates to the qualifications for the offices of Mayor and City Councilmember (City Councilor). The amendment to Section 6 reformats the section for ease of reading and sets forth the following qualifications for these offices, as applicable, all of which must be met prior to filing a declaration of candidacy. To file as a candidate for such offices, a person: A. Must be a citizen of the United States and the State of Oklahoma; B. Must be at least 21 years of age; C. Must have been a resident of Oklahoma City or an area annexed into such City for at least one year; D. For the office of Mayor, must have been a registered voter at an address within the City for a least one year immediately preceding the filing of a declaration of candidacy; and E. For the office of City Councilor representing a ward, must have been a registered voter at an address within the ward for a least one year immediately preceding the filing of a declaration of candidacy.

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO PROPOSITION NO. 3 Shall Article II, Section 10 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article II, Section 10 of the Oklahoma City Charter relates to City Councilmembers (City Councilors) serving as the Vice-Mayor when the Mayor is temporarily absent or disabled and provides for the filling of a vacancy in the office of Mayor. The only amendment to Section 10 is to provide that if the vacancy in such office occurs within the final year of the Mayor's term of office, it shall be filled by majority vote of the remaining City Councilors within 30 days, instead of within 15 days, after the occurrence of the vacancy.

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Shall Article II, Section 11 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article II, Section 11 of the Oklahoma City Charter relates to when regular meetings of the City Council may be held. The only amendment is to delete the existing language that regular meetings will be held on Tuesday of each week and to instead provide only, pursuant to other existing language, that such meetings shall be held at such times as the Council may by ordinance designate.

Shall Article IX of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended to adopt a new Section 11 thereof? Article IX, Section 11 of the Oklahoma City Charter would be a new section in the Charter relating to changing the terms Councilman and Councilmen in the Charter to instead consistently refer to such officers as Councilmember, Councilmembers, Councilor, or Councilors, as grammatically appropriate.

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO PROPOSITION NO. 5 Shall Article IV, Section 4 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? The existing language of Article IV, Section 4, of the Oklahoma City Charter, now designated 4(a), relates to the exclusive control of City management employees by the City Manager of the City and states that the Mayor or Council shall deal with the administrative service of the City solely through the City Manager. Subsection 4(a) is amended to state that the Mayor or a City Councilor may be charged with a misdemeanor upon violating the above-stated limitations, instead of stating that such officer shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. A new Subsection 4(b) is added to state that the Mayor or any City Councilor may provide information to the City Manager regarding the positive or negative job performance of any officer or employee under the City Manager; however, such information must be based on direct personal knowledge or on a signed written statement provided by a resident. Providing information to the City Manager pursuant to Subsection 4(b) will never be considered to constitute a violation of Subsection 4(a).

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO PROPOSITION NO. 6 Shall Article IV, Section 6 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article IV, Section 6 of the Oklahoma City Charter relates to the two divisions of City government, which are the Division of Public Affairs under the Mayor and City Council and the Division of Public Management under the control of the City Manager. The amendments divide the text into Subsections 4(a) and 4(b). Subsection 4(a) specifies that the Division of Public Affairs shall include: (1) the City Manager; (2) the Municipal Counselor; (3) the City Auditor; (4) the Municipal Judges; (5) all City boards, commissions, and committees created by the Mayor or City Council, with appointments of Council-created bodies to be made by the Mayor with consent and approval of the Council; and (6) other personnel placed in the Division of Public Affairs by an ordinance passed by at least two-thirds of the City Council. Subsection 4(b) specifies that the Division of Public Management shall compromise all City departments, functions, agencies, commisssions, and boards not specifically placed under the Division of Public Affairs by the Charter or by ordinance adopted pursuant to the Charter.

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO PROPOSITION NO. 8 Shall Article I, Section 3 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? This proposal would amend the section of the Charter granting powers to the City government for ease of reading. It would also add the word welfare to the list of reasons for enacting and enforcing ordinances, to provide that ordinances may be enacted to protect health, safety, welfare, life or property.

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO PROPOSITION NO. 9 Shall Article IV, Section 12 of the Charter of The City of Oklahoma City be amended? Article IV, Section 12 of the Oklahoma City Charter prohibits City officers and employees from directly or indirectly accepting or receiving any salary, commission, compensation, free or discounted service, or other thing of value of any kind from certain specified privately-owned businesses within the City on terms more favorable than is granted to the public generally. This prohibition applies only if such a business is operating within the City pursuant to a franchise or contract with the City. The specified privately-owned businesses that the prohibition applies to are the following: any interurban or street railway; any airline; any bus line; any natural gas or electricity service or business; and any telephone service business. A violation of this prohibition is grounds for removal from City office or employment. However, the section does not prevent the granting of a City franchise or other City contract conditioned upon free service to the City and to its officers and employees while they are engaged in the performance of their duties.

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO

FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO

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FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR


chickenfriedNEWS GREAT SCOTT!?

The universe keeps writing punchlines for Gov. Kevin Stitt. Three months after being the first governor in the country to contract COVID-19, Stitt came bursting out of the gate last week with another one of his five-minute ideas: the Oklahoma Pandemic Center for Innovation & Excellence. Two days in a row after the announcement, the state broke its record for daily positive tests counts. How State Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Lance Frye, Secretary of Health and Mental Health Kevin Corbett, Secretary of Science and Innovation Elizabeth Pollard, Secretary of Agriculture Blayne Arthur and Stitt himself kept a straight face during their announcement video, we’ll never know. We sure as hell couldn’t. “This center will allow us to detect, respond and monitor global health pandemics right here in rural Oklahoma,” Frye said. Frye has a great track record of that, with one White House Coronavirus Task Force report after another putting Oklahoma in the red zone for infectious spread. In other words, the brain trust who thinks they’re going to keep their finger on the pulse on a global pandemic currently has a patient bleeding out on the table.

“We believe in building a top ten state,” Stitt said. Well, he got part of that right. As of Oct. 4, Oklahoma holds the tenth slot on the national ranking of new cases per 100,000 people. If Stitt, Frye and the rest of the clown car tasked with “pandemic excellence” want to excel at becoming a global leader in pandemic intelligence, they can just employ their model for Oklahoma: Hide information. Lie about it. Do absolutely nothing about it. Or they can go for broke next time and, at the first sign of a pandemic, just set the damn center on fire. It can’t be any worse than their COVID-19 strategy.

SHARK ATTACK

Every Oklahoma County resident is handcuffed by the jail. For going on 30 years, the taxpayer-funded eyesore has been both a money pit and a source of embarrassment for Oklahoma City. Instead of actually raising the funds to demolish the thing and start from scratch, sheriffs and county officials have thrown every available dollar at the existing structure. Now, county commissioners Kevin Calvey and Brian Maughan (who is up for election on Nov. 3 against Democratic challenger Spencer Hicks — hint hint) have decided that roughly $40 million of the federal COVID-19 funds allocated to the county should also be shoveled into the dumpster fire on Shartel Avenue. Meanwhile, District Attorney David Prater has filed misdemeanor charges against four jailers accused of cruelty towards and a prisoner for reportedly subjecting inmates to repeat listens of “Baby Shark” at a loud volume. Prater said he searched the statutes for a felony he could prove, but could not. For a district attorney who loves to overreach in his charges for criminal defendants (e.g., the protesters charged with terrorism for protests that resulted in property damage over the summer),

only a felonious punishment could fit this crime. And for those who somehow managed to read this without in their heads getting stuck with “Baby Shark:” Doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo. You’re welcome.

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CENTRAL OKC 10 North Grille

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 10 N. Broadway Ave. 405-228-8031

1492 New World Latin Cuisine

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1207 N. Walker Ave. 405-236-1492

Cattlemen’s Steakhouse

Fuel

Hurts Donut

Charleston’s

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Iguana Mexican Grill

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1309 S. Agnew Ave. 405-236-0416 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 224 Johnny Bench Drive 405-701-3535

Cheever’s Cafe

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2409 N. Hudson Ave. 405-525-7007

Chick N Beer

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 715 NW 23rd St. 405-604-6995

Aurora Breakfast Bar & Backyard

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1704 NW 16th St. 405-609-8854 Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 315 NW 23rd St. 405-525-7427

Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 121 NE Second St. 405-795-5295

Barrios Fine Mexican Dishes

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1000 N. Hudson Ave. 405-702-6922

Basil Mediterranean Cafe

Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 NW 23rd St. 405-602-3030

Belle Kitchen

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 30 NE Second St. 405 541 5858

Big Truck Tacos

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 530 NW 23rd St. 405-525-8226

Black Walnut

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 NE Fourth St. 405-445-6273

Bourbon St. Cafe

Cajun Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 E. California Ave. 405-232-6666

Bricktown Brewery

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1 N. Oklahoma Ave. 405-232-2739

Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1101 N. Broadway Ave. 405-212-3949

Brown’s Bakery

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1100 N. Walker Ave. 405-232-0363

Burger Punk

Burgers Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 3012 N. Walker Ave. 405-724-8017

Caeli’s Sweets Eats & Bar

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 726 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-600-7885

Cafe 110

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 110 N. Robinson Ave. 405-724-7195

Cafe Antigua

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1903 N. Classen Blvd. 405-602-8984

Cafe Cuvee

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1200 N. Walker Ave. 405-898-8120

Cafe Disco

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 629 W. Main St. 405-594-2496

Cafe Do Brasil

Brazilian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 440 NW 11th St., Suite 100 405-525-9779

Cafe Kacao

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3325 N. Classen Blvd. 405-602-2883

Cafe Nebu

Buffet Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 333 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-228-8386

Cafe7 delicatessen & pastaria

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 W. Main St., Suite 105 405-748-3354

Cajun Corner

Cajun Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 312 NW 23rd St. 405-225-1222

Capitals Ice Cream

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1006 N. Hudson Ave. 405-600-9966

Chili Dog Express

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 329 NW Fourth St. 405-601-7516

City Bites

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 712 Culbertson Drive 405-525-8111

Jones Assembley

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 901 W Sheridan Ave (405) 212-2378

GoGo Sushi

Jimmy’s Egg

Golden Hour Bar & Lounge

Joey’s Pizzeria

Golden Phoenix

Vietnamese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2728 N. Classen Blvd. 405-524-3988

Good Times

Clancy’s Grill

Goro Ramen

Burgers Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1211 N. Shartel Ave., Suite 102 405-621-8208

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1634 N. Blackwelder Ave., Suite 102 405-606-2539

Clarity Coffee

Grand House Asian Bistro

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 431 W. Main St. 405-252-0155

Chinese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2701 N. Classen Blvd. 405-524-7333

Classen Coffee Company

Ground Floor Cafe & Bakery

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2515 N. Classen Blvd. 405-605-1139

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 N. Robinson Ave. 405-232-2233

Coffee Slingers Roasters

Gun Izakaya

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1015 N. Broadway Ave. 405-609-1662

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 3000 Paseo St. 405-900-6615

Coney Island

Guyutes

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 428 W. Main St. 405-239-8568

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 730 NW 23rd St. 405-702-6960

Coolgreens

Hacienda Tacos

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 204 N. Robinson Ave. 405-600-6444

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1120 N. Classen Blvd. 405-900-8226

Core4 Brewing

Hanks Coffee & Wine

Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7 N. Lee Ave.

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 1227 N. Walker Ave. 405-778-6294

Cultivar Mexican Kitchen

Hatch Early Mood Food

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 714 N. Broadway 405-610-2676

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1101 N. Broadway Ave. 405-609-8936

Cuppies & Joe

Health Nut Cafe

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 727 NW 23rd St. 405-528-2122

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 333 NW Fifth St., Suite 104 405-601-1644

Da Gumboman

HeyDay

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. 405-602-5680

Deep Deuce Grill

Empire Slice House

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1804 NW 16th St. 405-557-1760

Eote Coffee

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7 NE Sixth St., Suite 10 405-463-7312

Fassler Hall

German Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 421 NW 10th St. 405-609-3300

FlashBack RetroPub

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 814 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-633-3604

Flint

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 15 N. Robinson Ave. 405-605-0657

Frida Southwest

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 500 Paseo Drive 405-683-7432

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1039 N. Walker Ave. 405-236-3503

Kamp’s 1910 Cafe

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10 NE 10th St. 405-230-1910

Kitchen No. 324

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 324 N. Robinson Ave. 405-763-5911

Kung Fu Tea

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2800 N. Classen Blvd. 405-534-5381

La Baguette Deep Deuce

Bakery - Cafe Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 NE Fourth St. 405-445-6272

La Brasa

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1310 NW 25th St. 405-524-2251

La Gumbo Ya Ya

Cajun Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No mobile food truck 405-802-3416

Lang’s Bakery

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2424 N. Military Ave. 405-528-5141

Lido Restaurant

Vietnamese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2518 N. Military Ave., Suite 101 405-521-1902

Lively Beerworks

Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 815 SW Second St. 405-594-8100

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1215 N. Walker Ave. 405-230-1200

Lua Mediterranean and Bottle Shop

Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1749 NW 16th St. 405-601-4067

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3 NE Eighth St., Suite 120 405-212-2751

Earl’s Rib Palace

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 815 N. Hudson Ave. 405-633-1703

Kaiser’s Grateful Bean Cafe

Magasin Table

Food Truck Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1225 SW Second St. 405-232-6506

Elemental Coffee Roasters

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 700 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-525-8503

French Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 320 NW 10th St. 405-778-6800

Delmar Gardens Food Truck Park

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 616 NW Fifth St. 405-601-2857

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 909 N. Hudson Ave. 405-208-4431

Ludivine

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 307 NE Second St. 405-235-9100

Eatery & Cocktail Office @ The Union

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1100 Classen Drive 405-601-7468

Korean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1325 N. Walker Ave. 405-778-8524

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1234 N. Western Ave. 405-609-3647

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 216 Johnny Bench Drive 405-272-9898

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9 NW Ninth St. 405-606-7172

Gogi Go!

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 N. Robinson Ave., Suite 120 405-232-3322

Food Truck Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No mobile food truck 405-361-1315

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 601 NW 23rd St. 405-839-8343

James E. McNellie’s Public House

George’s Happy Hog Bar-B-Q

Bar & Grill Dining: No 814 W. Sheridan Ave., Suite C 405-774-9665

Bar Arbolada

Bar Cicchetti

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 208 Johnny Bench Drive, Suite C 405-602-3899

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 432 NW 10th St. 405-602-6333

Back Door Barbecue

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 637 W. Main St. 405-601-8659

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 222 E. Sheridan Ave. 405-605-5223

Magnolia Bistro

Hideaway Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 901 N. Broadway Ave. 405-796-7777

Cajun Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 722 N. Broadway, Suite 100 405-673-7550

Mahogany Prime Steakhouse

Hobby’s Hoagies

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 325 N. Walker Ave. 405-605-3131

Holey Rollers

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3010 Paseo St., Suite 101 405-212-2383

Hot Tamale Grill

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 400 W. Main St. 405-232-1184

Hubbly Bubbly Hookah & Cafe

Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 2900 N. Classen Blvd., Suite K 405-609-2930

Hudson’s Public House

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 27 E. Sheridan Ave. 405-605-4995

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 145 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-208-8800

Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 900 W. Main St. 405-982-6960

McClintock Saloon & Chop House

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2227 Exchange Ave. 405-232-0151

Mexican Radio

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1734 NW 16th St 405-900-5608

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7 Mickey Mantle Drive 405-272-0777

MOB Grill Hungry Frog Restaurant

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1101 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-524-0686

HunnyBunny Biscuit Co.

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11 NE Sixth St. 405-206-6437

Museum Cafe

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 429 NW 23rd St. 405-605-4395

Modern American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 415 Couch Drive 405-235-6262

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Nashbird

Plato’s Provisions

Stockyards City Cafe

The R&J Lounge and Supper Club

New State Burgers & Spirits

Play Cafe

Stone Sisters Pizza Bar

The Red Cup

Nic’s Place Diner and Lounge

Pollo Campero

Stonecloud Brewing Company

The Saucee Sicilian

Nic’s Grill

Power House

Sunnyside Diner

The Study

Sunnyside Diner

The Sushi Bar at Lower Bricktown

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1 NW Ninth St. 405-600-9718 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1705 NW 16th St., Suite A 405-724-7524 American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1116 N. Robinson Ave. 405-601-9234 Burgers Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1201 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-524-0999

Nourished Food Bar

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 131 Dean A. McGee Ave. 405-740-7299

O Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1200 N. Walker Ave. 405-898-8170

Oak & Ore

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1732 NW. 16th St. 405-606-2030

Okie Pokie

Asian Fusion Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 308 NW 10th St. 405-605-5272

Old School Bagel Cafe

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 519 NW 23rd St. 405-602-3447

Old School Bagel Cafe

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 N. Robinson Ave. 405-778-8938

Oozie Mediterranean Restaurant

Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1211 N. Shartel Ave., Suite 102 405-724-7659

Oso Paseo

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 603 NW 28th St. 405-309-8226

Packard’s New American Kitchen

Modern American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 201 NW 10th St. 405-605-3771

Palo Santo

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1203 SW 2nd 405-594-3676

Park Avenue Grill

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1 Park Ave. 405-702-8444

Park Harvey Sushi

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 200 N. Harvey Ave., Suite 100 405-600-7575

Parlor

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes mobile food truck 405-464-3041 Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 610 NW 23rd St. 405-724-9434 Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1414 NW 23rd St. 405-601-1234 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1228 SW Second St. 405-702-0699

Quoc Bao Bakery

Vietnamese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2501 N. Classen Blvd. 405-760-6322

Red PrimeSteak

Steakhouse Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 504 N. Broadway Ave. 405-232-2626

Red Rooster

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3100 N. Walker Ave. 405-463-9982

Revolucion

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 916 NW Sixth St. 405-606-6184

Riviere Modern Banh Mi

Vietnamese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 905 N. Hudson Ave. 405-604-3446

Rococo

Steakhouse Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2501 Exchange Ave. 405-602-3142 Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2124 N. Broadway Ave. 405-609-6599 Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1012 NW First. St., Suite 101 405-602-3966 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 916 NW Sixth St. 405-778-8861

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 916 NW Sixth St. 405-778-8861

syrup.

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1501 NW 23rd St. 405-601-1354

Taj Cuisine of India

Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1500 NW 23rd St. 405-601-1888

Tamashii Ramen House

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Dining: No 321 NW Eighth St. 405-517-0707

Tandoor

Indian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1901 E. Reno Ave. 405-270-0379

TapWerks Ale House

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2824 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-528-2824

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 121 E. Sheridian Ave. 405-319-9599

Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Teapioca Lounge

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1732 NW 16th St. 405-521-1300

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 20 NW Ninth St. 405-270-0516

Saints

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1715 NW 16th St. 405-602-6308

Sala Thai Restaurant

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1614 NW 23rd St. 405-528-8424

Sanctuary

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No

Sauced on Paseo

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2912 Paseo St. 405-521-9800

Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1101 NW 23rd St. 405-525-4108

Texadelphia

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. 405-208-4000

Thai House

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 500 NW 23rd St. 405-524-0503

Thai Kitchen

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 327 Dean A McGee Ave. 405-236-0229

The Bleu Garten

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 301 NW 10th St. 405-879-3808

The Cow Calf-Hay

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 212 N. Harvey Ave. 405-601-6180

The Drake Seafood & Oysterette

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 605 NW 28th St. 405-602-2302

Seafood Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 519 NW 23rd St., Suite 111 405-605-3399

Paseo Grill

Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar

The Eleanor

Patrono

Skinny Slim’s Public House

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Pearl’s Crabtown

Social Capital

The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 11 NE Sixth St. 405-294-4740 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2909 Paseo St. 405-601-1079 Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 305 N. Walker Ave. 405-702-7660 Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 303 E. Sheridan Ave. 405-232-7227

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1100 N. Broadway Ave. 405-421-0203 Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 201 E. Main St. 405-637-7917 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 517 S. Hudson Ave. 405-270-7805

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 317 NW 23rd St. 405-655-0227 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1117 N. Robinson Ave. 405-602-6880 Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1004 N. Hudson Ave., Suite 106 405-600-1991

Petro Deli

The Kitchen at Commonplace Books

Phill Me Up Cheesesteaks

The Loaded Bowl

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1325 N. Walker Ave., Suite 138 405-534-4540

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 N. Broadway (34th Floor) 405-232-1184

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1211 SW Second St. 405-820-9599

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 308 NW 10th St. 405-863-2202

The Manhattan OKC

Pho Cuong

Vietnamese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3016 N. Classen Blvd. 405-524-5045

Pho Lien Hoa

Vietnamese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 901 NW 23rd St. 405-521-8087

Picasso Cafe

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3009 Paseo St. 405-602-2002

Pie Junkie

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1711 NW 16th St. 405-605-8767

Pinkitzel

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 150 N. E.K. Gaylord Blvd. 405-235-7465

Pizzeria Gusto

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2415 N. Walker Ave. 405-437-4992

Plant

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1120 N. Walker Ave. 405-225-1314

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Social Deck + Dining

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1933 NW 23rd St. 405-602-8705

Someplace Else A Deli & Bakery

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2310 N. Western Ave. 405-524-0887

Stag Lounge

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 228 NE Second St. 405-606-7171

Stella Modern Italian Cuisine

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1201 N. Walker Ave. 405-235-2200

Stella Nova

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 119 N. Robinson Ave. 405-673-7433

Stitch Cafe

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 835 W. Sheridan Ave., Suite 100 405-212-2346

| E AT & D R I N K O KGA Z E T TE .CO M

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 210 Park Ave., Suite 150 405-605-5300

The Mantel Wine Bar & Bistro

Steakhouse Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 201 E. Sheridan Ave. 405-236-8040

The Mayan

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3020 N. Walker Ave. 405-225-1583

The Mule

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1630 N. Blackwelder Ave. 405-601-1400

The Other Room

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 3009 Paseo St. 405-602-2002

The Press

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1610 N. Gatewood Ave. 405-208-7739

The Pump Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes 2425 N. Walker Ave. 405-7028898

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 320 NW 10th St. 405-602-5066 Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3122 N. Classen Blvd. 405-525-3430 Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes Food Truck 405-525-3430

Wine Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 701 W. Sheridan Ave., Suite 100 405-724-7514

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 200 S. Oklahoma Ave. 405-609-6099

The Wedge

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 230 NE First St. 405-270-0660

Toby Keiths I Love This Bar & Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 310 Johnny Bench Drive 405-231-0254

Tucker’s Onion Burgers

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 324 NW 23rd St. 405-609-2333

Urban Teahouse

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 519 NW 23rd St., Suite 107 405-606-7005

Vast

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 333 W. Sheridan Ave. 405-702-7262

VII Asian Bistro

Asian Fusion Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2900 N. Classen Blvd. 405-604-2939

Vintage Cafe

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 201 Robert S. Kerr Ave., Suite LL140 405-208-8366

Waffle Champion

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1212 N. Walker Ave., Suite 100 405-525-9235

Wheeze the Juice

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 30 NE Second St. 405-602-0102

Yucatan Taco Stand Tequila Bar and Grill

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 E. California Ave., Suite 110 405-604-5384

Yummy Noodles

Chinese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1630 NW 23rd St. 405-604-4880

Yuzo Sushi Tapas

Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 808 N. Broadway 405-702-9808

CHICKASHA Rock Island Grill

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3509 S. Fourth St. 405-262-1262

EDMOND 1884 at the Railyard

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 23 W. First St., Suite 115 405-216-3597

3 Tequilas

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 315 S. Broadway 405-216-0500

Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3409 S. Broadway Ave. 405-607-1300

Alvarado’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2805 S. Broadway Ave. 405-359-8860

Andy’s Frozen Custard

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 15200 Penn Crossing Court 405-470-7969

Around the Corner

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11 S. Broadway 405-341-5414

Big O’s Pork & Dreams

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 285 S. Santa Fe Ave. 405-657-2235

Blenders Cafe

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1200 W. Covell Road 405-285-0133


Boulevard Steakhouse

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 505 S. Boulevard 405-715-2333

Brent’s Cajun Seafood & Oyster Bar

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3005 S. Broadway 405-285-0911

Bricktown Brewery

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1150 E. Second St. 405-726-8300

Buffalo Wild Wings

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 909 W. Interstate 35 Frontage Road 405-285-0667

C’est Si Bon

Cajun Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 308 W. Edmond Road 405-285-1800

CafE 501

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 501 S. Boulevard 405-359-1501

Cafe Evoke

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 103 S. Broadway 405-285-1522

Charleston’s

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3409 S. Broadway 405-478-4949

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1612 S. Boulevard 405-340-3620

Chicken Salad Chick

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2404 E. Second St 405-276-4392

Cities Ice Cream

Dessert Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 23 W. First St., Suite 100 405-254-6676

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1430 N. Santa Fe 405-657-1100

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3601 S. Broadway 405-286-4200

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2005 E. Second St. 405-726-9700

Deckle Smokehouse BBQ

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 324 W. Edmond Road 405-430-7649

Earl’s Rib Palace

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2121 S. Broadway Ave. 405-715-1166

Eggington’s

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 737 W. Danforth Road 405-285-1580

Ellis Island Coffee and Wine Lounge

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3324 S Bryant Ave., Suite 130 405-237-3005

Ellis Island Coffee and Wine Lounge

Wine Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 130 N. Broadway Ave., Suite 150 405-625-1886

Jason’s Deli

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 78 E. 33rd St. 405-330-1663

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1715 E. Second St. 405-340-6889

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2621 S. Broadway 405-340-6611

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes Northwest Expressway 405-348-3214

Jo’s Famous Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 900 S. Kelly Ave. 405-340-7070

Klemm’s Smoke Haus

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2000 S. Broadway, Suite 4019 405-757-7412

Larm Thai Fusion

Thai Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1333 N. Santa Fe Ave., Suite 123 405-906-2382

Livegrass Butcher + Bistro

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3601 E. Second St. 405-471-5666

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1201 NW 178th St. 405-348-2288

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1389 E. 15th St. 405-340-8700

Moni’s Pasta and Pizza

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 17200 N. May Ave., Suite 700 405-285-5991

Nhinja Sushi

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12305 N. Rockwell Ave. 405-470-6044

Ok-Yaki

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 9 E. Edwards St. 405-285-6670 Vietnamese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2000 W. Danforth Road 405-726-8188

Othello’s

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1 S. Broadway 405-330-9045

Panang 5

Thai Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3525 S. Boulevard 405-285-5188

Pepperoni Grill

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1000 W. Covell Road 405-285-5454

Pho Ben

Vietnamese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 304 S Kelly Ave. 405-509-6462

Pub W

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2452 E. Second St. 405-906-2421

S&B’s Burger Joint

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1380 W. Covell Road 405-521-1300 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 840 W. Danforth Road 405-265-2739

Frenzy Brewery

Sparrow Modern Italian

Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 15 S. Broadway 405-561-5350

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 507 S. Boulevard 405-815-3463

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Stella Nova

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1462 S. Bryant Ave. 405-562-4800

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1041 NW 150th St. 405-849-4906

Hideaway Pizza

Steve’s Rib

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 116 E. Fifth St., Suite 3832 405-348-4777

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1801 W. Edmond Road 405-340-7427

Hobby’s Hoagies

Sumo Japanese Steakhouse

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 222 S. Santa Fe Ave. 405-348-2214

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1801 S. Broadway 405-348-3398

Hott Wings

Sunnyside Diner

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 7 E. Second St. 405-920-5144

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 4601 SE 29th St. 405-677-9049

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Eagle One Pizza

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 601 S. Bryant Ave. 405-341-5801

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1920 S. Air Depot Blvd. 405-455-5822

The Heat

Fusion Kitchen

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1319 S. Broadway 405-715-1818

The Mule

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 16 S. Broadway Ave. 405-920-6236

The One Cafe

Modern American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 122 E. 15th St. 405-340-0333 Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 9 E. Edwards St. 405-285-6670

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1205 NW 178th St. 405-285-8887

Zarate’s Restaurant

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 706 S. Broadway 405-330-6400

EL RENO

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 801 E. Danforth Road 405-810-8337

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5835 SE 15th St. 405-931-3389

Golden Palace

Chinese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1224 S. Air Depot Blvd. 405-737-7118

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1851 S. Douglas Blvd. 405-732-0232

J.T. Barbeque & Catering

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 505 S. Sunnylane Road 405-670-3350

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6805 SE 15th St. 405-732-6433 Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5501 Main St., Suite 110 405-724-9353

Landing Zone

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8720 SE 15th St. 405-732-3678

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1637 Oklahoma 66 405-345-8034

Pecina’s Mexican Cafe

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 316 S Choctaw, 405-262-1900

Robert’s Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 300 S. Bickford Ave. 405-262-1262

Swadley’s Bar-B-Q

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1629 OK-66 405-413-7333

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6007 SE 15th St. 405-931-3141

Lupe’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1000 S. Douglas Blvd. 405-733-2271

Open Flame Coffee Company + Roastery

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 307 S. Air Depot Blvd. 405-455-3292

Pelican’s Restaurant

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 291 North Air Depot Blvd. 405-732-4392

Ron’s Hamburgers & Chili

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 351 N. Air Depot Blvd. 405-733-7667

GUTHRIE

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1909 S. Douglas Blvd. 405-741-9494

Rick’s Fine Chocolates & Coffees

Dessert Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 109 W. Oklahoma Ave. 405-293-9309

Roma’s Italian Restaurant

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 112 W. Noble Ave. 405-260-1552

Sheena’s Outpost

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11300 S. Pine St. 405-305-3398

Sara’s Restaurant

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3731 SE 15th St. 405-670-4666

Super Subs

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2150 S. Douglas Blvd. 405-733-5440

Taste of Soul Giant Egg Roll

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4605 SE 29th St. 405-677-5820

MIDWEST/ DEL CITY Akropolis

Greek Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1809 S. Air Depot Blvd. 405-733-1323

Akropolis II

Greek Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4734 SE 29th St. 405-670-3040

Brielle’s Bistro

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9205 NE 23rd St. 405-259-8473

C’est Si Bon Cajun Catfish & Po’boys

Cajun Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5501 Main St. 405-601-8822

Casa Juanito

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4718 SE 29th St. 405-677-1401

American Dining: No yes 1009 S. Air Depot Blvd. 405736-6944

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2118 W. Edmond Road, Suite 300 405 715-2525

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Jitters Coffee

Chequers Restaurant & Pub

Inspirations Tea Room

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1100 S. Air Depot Blvd., Suite 5 405-610-2002

The Patriarch Craft Beer House & Lawn

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 115 S. Sooner Road 405-670-4600

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1000 NW 192nd St. 405-657-1103

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1301 E. Danforth Road 405-348-2792

Don’s Alley

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1316 W. Covell Road 405-471-5738

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Hudson’s Public House

Interurban

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Ooo Cha

Flatire Burgers

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 23 W. First St. 405-285-7725

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2400 S. Midwest Blvd. 405-737-3013

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 17 E. Fifth St. 405-471-6050

Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 318 E. Ayers St. 405-359-2006

Chuck House

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3409 Wynn Drive 405-509-2333

Nashbird

Fish City Grill

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1389 E. 15th St., Suite 104 405-348-2300

The Cow Calf-Hay

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5301 Main St., Suite 117 405-813-8337

Tez Wingz

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3801 N. Oak Grove Drive 405-546-8777

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5301 Main St. 405-609-2320

The Underground

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1621 S. Douglas Blvd., Suite C 405-733-7720

Venezia Italian Ristorante

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 201 S. Sooner Road 405-702-7773

Vesa’s Soul Food

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8937 NE 10th St. 405-455-6650

Chibugan Filipino Cuisine

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4728 SE 29th St. 405-595-2426 E AT & D R I N K O KGA Z E T TE .CO M | O C TO B E R 2 1 , 2 0 2 0

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MOORE Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2701 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-794-4700

Charleston’s

Neighborhood JA.M.

Tucker’s Onion Burgers

New York Pizza & Pasta

Victoria’s Pasta

Notorious P.I.E.

Victoria’s Pasta Shop

Coolgreens

O Asian Fusion

Whispering Pines Inn

Diamond Dawgs

O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 300 Ed Noble Parkway 405-360-0900

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 110 Ed Noble Parkway 405-447-8050

City Bites

BBN Get Juiced Cafe

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 2014 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-703-4363

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2001 W. Main St. 405-701-1682

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 765 Asp Ave., Suite 100 405-701-3607 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 753 Asp Ave. 405-364-3294

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2113 Riverwalk Drive 405-790-0677

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1804 S. Broadway 405-735-3400

Donut King

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1214 W. Lindsey St. 405-321-7882

El Chico

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3439 W. Main St. 405-360-2146

El Huevo Mexi-Diner

Fatty’s Smokehouse

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 301 W. Main St. 405-794-4584

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3522 24th Ave. NW 405-310-3157

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 102 W. Main St. 405-310-2127 Italian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 217 W. Boyd St. 405-360-1515 Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 305 E. Main St. 405-310-2390 Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 105 12th Ave. SE 405-701-8899 Irish & Pub Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 769 Asp Ave. 405-217-8454

Old School Bagel Cafe

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 710 W. Main St., Suite 100 405-928-5522

Othello’s Italian Restaurant

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 434 Buchanan Ave. 405-701-4900

Ozzie’s Diner

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1700 Lexington Ave. 405-364-9835

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2166 NW 24th Ave. 405-561-7373 Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 215 E. Main St. 405-307-0541 Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 215 E. Main St. 405-329-0377 French Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7820 E. State Highway 9 405-447-0202

NORTH OKC 1492 New World Latin Cuisine

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9213 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-463-3328

Baba G Mediterranean Grill

Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4401 W. Memorial Road 405-608-2299

Belle Kitchen

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7509 N. May Ave. 405-430-5484

Pub W

Bellini’s Ristorante & Grill

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 400 Ed Noble Parkway 405-310-2229

Redrock Canyon Grill

Bibi’s Craft Ice Cream

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1820 Legacy Park Drive 405-701-5501

Dessert Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1316 W. Memorial Road 405-418-8590

Himalayas Aroma of India

Gigi’s Cupcakes

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1636 24th Ave. NW, Suite F-102 405-801-2525

Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails

Big Sky Bread Company

Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 709 N. Moore Ave. 405-701-3900

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 132 W. Main St. 405-801-2900

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6606 N. Western Ave. 405-879-0330

Hollie’s Flatiron Steakhouse

Gyro Hero

Greek Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1115 E. Constitution St. 405-701-0777

Second Wind Coffeehouse

Bill Kamp’s Meat Market

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1199 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-799-0300

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 564 Buchanan Ave.

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7310 N. Western Ave. 405-843-2455

Jimmy’s Egg

Hasslers

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 333 S. Porter Ave. 405-360-6722

Sergio Italian Restaurant

Birra Birra Craft Pizzeria

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2709 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-799-3447

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 104 E. Gray St. 405-573-7707

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1316 W. Memorial Road 405-607-0060

Lazy Donkey

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3737 W. Main St. 405-329-6044

Seven47

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1224 N. Broadway St. 405-300-9300

Modern American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 747 Asp Ave. 405-701-8622

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2425 W. Memorial Road 405-748-6770

Lazy Donkey

HeyDay

Stella Nova

Bricktown Brewery

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1415 W. Main St. 405-310-2705

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5516 W. Memorial Road 405-232-2739

syrup.

Burn by Rocky Patel

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 825 SW 19th St., Suite 13 405-378-2419

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 752 Asp Ave. 405-701-1000

Gaberino’s Homestyle Italian

Hideaway Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 835 SW 19th St. 405-604-0777

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 857 NW 12th St. 405-300-9411

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3201 Market Place 405-310-3500

Hideaway Pizza

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1601 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-895-7419

Nosh Restaurant

Modern American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 200 SE 19th St. 405-814-9699

Okie Tonk Cafe

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1003 SW 19th St. 405-603-8665

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 577 Buchanan Ave. 405-292-4777

German Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3401 S. Sooner Road 405-799-7666 Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2082 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-735-9654

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2060 S. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-759-2020

Interurban

Cafe 501 Classen Curve

Apple Tree Chocolate

Chocolate & Confections Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 754 Asp Ave. 405-310-3959

Benvenuti’s Ristorante

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 105 W. Main St. 405-310-5271

Bison Witches Bar & Deli

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 E. Main St. 405-364-7555

Blackbird GastroPub

Irish & Pub Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 575 S. University Blvd. 405-928-5555

Blu Fine Wine and Food

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 213 N. Crawford Ave. 405-360-4258

Cafe Saffron

Indian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 770 Deans Row Ave. 405-360-8050

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Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 16708 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-397-9395

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1150 Ed Noble Parkway 405-307-9200 Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 950 Ed Noble Parkway 405-360-3600 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1000 Alameda St. 405-360-3447

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2539 W. Main St. 405-579-3447

La Baguette

NORMAN

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 13230 Pawnee Drive 405-607-0813

ButterSweet Cupcakes

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 746 Asp Ave. 405-701-8991

Jimmy’s Egg

Sakana Sushi Bar & Grill

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 123 E. Main St. 405-701-1143

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6305 Waterford Blvd. 405-848-1065

Hurts Donut

Jason’s Deli

Royal Bavaria

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3720 W. Robinson Ave. 405-701-5844

Bakery - Cafe Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2100 W. Main St. 405-329-5822

La Baguette - West Norman

Bakery - Cafe Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1130 Rambling Oaks Drive 405-329-1101

Legend’s Restaurant

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1313 W. Lindsey St. 405-329-8888

Life Organics Cannafe

Music Venue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 588 Buchanan Ave. 405-701-9221

Los Dos Amigos

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2130 E. Alameda St. 405-329-0611

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3750 W. Robinson St. 405-360-4386

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 301 W. Boyd St. 405-366-6291

Mamaveca Mexican and Peruvian Restaurant

Latin American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2551 Hemphill Drive 405-573-4003

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American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5825 NW Grand Blvd. 405-844-150

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 700 N. Interstate Drive 405-307-8337

Thai Thai Asian Bistro

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 780 W. Main St. 405-307-0283

Thai Thai Asian Bistro

Thai Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3522 24th Ave. NW 405-310-2026

The Diner

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 213 E. Main St. 405-329-6642

The Earth Cafe & Deli

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 309 S. Flood Ave. 405-364-3551

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 307 E. Main St. 405-701-7035

The Library Bar & Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 607 W. Boyd St. 405-366-7465

The Mont

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1300 Classen Blvd. 405-329-3330

Cafe 7

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 14101 N. May Ave., Suite 117 405-748-3354

Casa de los Milagros

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5111 N. Classen Blvd. 405-286-9809

Casa Perico Mexican Grille

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12219 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-755-1506

Chae Cafe & Eatery

Breakfast & Brunch Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7300 N. Western Ave. 405-840-7725

Chalk Sports Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1324 W. Memorial Road 405-242-2112

Charleston’s

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5608 W. Memorial Road 405-470-8169

Charly’s

Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12000 N. Interstate 35 Service Road 405-475-9944

Chef Curry To Go

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5701 N. Western Ave. 405-608-8050

The Winston

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 106 W. Main St. 405-561-7616

TOLY Park

Attraction Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 223 W. Main St. 405-633-3227

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10904 N. May Ave. 405-286-3112


Chicken Salad Chick

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1121 NW 63rd St., Suite 5005 405-300-5768

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13425 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-603-5151

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2804 NW 122nd St. 405-752-1771

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7020 N. Western Ave. 405-848-3222

Classen Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5124 N. Classen Circle 405-842-0428

Classic’s Bar & Grill

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 8310 N. Western Ave. 405-810-8440

Clean Juice

Juice shop Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5810 N. Classen Blvd. 405-252-7515

Coolgreens

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 14201 N. May Ave., Suite 209 405-286-9304

Coolgreens

Vegetarian & Organic Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6475 Avondale Drive 405-841-2665

Daily Donut

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10911 N. Western Ave. 405-849-4747

Earl’s Rib Palace

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5508 W. Memorial Road 405-603-1199

Earl’s Rib Palace

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6816 N. Western Ave. 405-843-9922

Edna’s

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 5137 Classen Cirle 405-840-3339

Ember Modern American Tavern

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6300 Waterford Blvd. 405-858-2490

En Croute

French Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6460 Avondale Drive 405-607-6100

Firebirds

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1320 W. Memorial Road 405-415-9461

Flip’s Wine Bar & Trattoria

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5801 N. Western Ave. 405-843-1527

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13230 Pawnee Drive, Suite 110 405-286-5633

Good Gravy!

Diner Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8014 N. Western Ave. 405-761-8886

Green Goodies

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5840 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 5 405-842-2288

Hacienda Tacos

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12086 N. May Ave. 405-900-8226

Hatch Early Mood Food

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13230 Pawnee Drive 405-286-2974

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1131 W. Memorial Road 405-752-1444

Humble Donut Co.

Nunu’s Mediterranean Cafe & Market

Sheesh Mahal

Hummus Mediterranean Café

Ocean 81 Sushi Bar

Shiki

Ingrid’s

Off the Hook Seafood and More

Shogun Steak House of Japan

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5900 W. Memorial Road 405-470-4402 Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3000 W. Memorial Road 405-216-5468 German Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3701 N. Youngs Blvd. 405-946-8444

Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3131 W. Memorial Road 405-751-7000 Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7508 N. May Ave. 405-842-3764 Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 125 W. Britton Road 405-840-3474

Sicillian Pizza Cafe

Diner Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6072 S. Western Ave. 405-602-6866

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 528 E. Memorial Road 405-752-9100

Iron Star BBQ

Old School Bagel Cafe

Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10948 N. May Ave., Suite 6202 405-286-2233

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13230 Pawnee Drive, Suite 200 405-286-9307

Jeff’s Country Cafe

Opus Prime Steakhouse

Soup Soup

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 800 W. Memorial Road 405-607-6787

Diner Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7654 N. Western Ave. 405-843-7095

Jimmy’s Egg

Organic Squeeze

Stars & Stripes Pizza

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6434 Avondale Drive 405-796-7793

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2805 NW 122nd St. 405-242-2000

Jimmy’s Egg

Osteria

Stella Nova

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6430 Avondale Drive 405-254-5058

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4716 N. Western Ave. 405-605-2563

Jimmy’s Egg

Papa Dio’s

Sushi Neko

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10712 N. May Ave. 405-755-2255

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4318 N. Western Ave. 405-528-8862

Joey’s Cafe

Patty Wagon

Swadley’s Bar-B-Q

Burgers Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3600 N. May Ave. 405-917-1711

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2233 W. Memorial Road 405-413-7333

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler

Pearls Oyster Bar

Tana Thai Bistro

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5641 N. Classen Blvd. 405-848-8008

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10700 N. May Ave. 405-242-2075

Johnnie’s Sweet Creations

Pepperoni Grill

Taqueria Sanchez

La Baguette Bakery & Deli Bistro

Perk Place Cafe

Lee’s Sandwiches

Poblano Grill

Luigi’s Pizza

Pub W

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3700 N. Shartel Ave. 405-524-5925 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3401 N. Classen Blvd. 405-524-2023 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13837 N. May Ave. 405-749-2255 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5012 N. Classen Ave. 405-843-1144 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11109 N. May Ave. 405-748-3400 American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12325 N. May Ave. 405-748-5878 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2652 W. Britton Road 405-721-2565 Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8603 S. Western Ave. 405-616-3255 Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7408 N. May Ave. 405-840-3047 Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3300 N. Classen Blvd. 405-601-2161 Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7901 N. May Ave. 405-848-9995

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1901 Northwest Expressway 405-848-4660

Mexcian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13593 N. May Ave. 405-755-8111

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3121 W. Memorial Road 405-608-2200

Qdoba Mexican Grill

Mahogany Prime Steakhouse

Ray’s Cafe

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12325 N. May Ave. 405-286-3300

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3241 W. Memorial Road 405-748-5959

Margarita’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7801 N. May Ave. 405-463-0606

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13720 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 1 405-752-9878 Diner Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2727 NW 50th St. 405-942-4100

Republic Gastropub

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5830 N. Classen Ave. 405-286-4577

Revolve Pizza Kitchen

Metro Diner

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3000 W. Memorial Road, Suite 109 405-437-3079

Mizu Ramen + Sushi

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12124 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-810-5100

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5500 W. Memorial Road 405-792-2858

Rococo

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12252 N. May Ave. 405-212-4577

Ron’s Hamburgers and Chili

Musashi’s

Asian Fusion Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4315 N. Western Ave. 405-602-5623

Naan Cuisine of India

Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12215 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-752-5283

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5022 N. Western Ave. 405-840-4777

HiLo Club

Bar Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1221 NW 50th St. 405-843-1722

Hopscotch Kitchen & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10909 N. May Ave. 405-286-4246

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2632 W. Britton Road 405-840-9364

Ned’s Starlite Lounge

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7301 N. May Ave. 405-242-6100

Neighborhood J.A.M.

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 15124 Lleyton’s Court 405-242-4161

Neptune’s Sandwiches

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3301 N. Classen Blvd. 405-525-0414

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4009 NW 10th St. 405-520-3553

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 14600 Portland Ave., Suite A 405-420-4516

Lumpy’s Sports Bar & Grill

ND Foods

Hideaway Pizza

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11900 N. May Ave. 405-749-0120

OK Country Cafe

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6100 W. Memorial Road 405-720-8680

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4723 N. May Ave. 405-943-7667

Roughtail Brewing Co.

Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 320 W. Memorial Road 405-771-6517

Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6150 NW Grand Blvd. 405-521-1300

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 14020 N. May Ave. 405-418-8477

S&B’s Burger Joint

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5950 W. Memorial Road 405-470-4777

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 14041 N. May Ave. 405-751-8989

Interurban

ND Foods Hideaway Pizza

Indian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4621 N. May Ave. 405-778-8469

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5929 N. May Ave. 405-843-8777

Saii Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6900 N. May Ave. 405-702-7244

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 15124 Lleyton’s Court, Suite 118 405-286-3676

Texas de Brazil

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1901 Northwest Expressway 405-362-9200

The Boom

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 2218 NW 39th St. 405-601-7200

The Drum Room

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4309 N. Western Ave. 405-604-0990

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2900 W. Britton Road 405-254-5757

The Hutch on Avondale

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6437 Avondale Drive 405-842-1000

The Ice Shop

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10443 N. May Ave. 405-534-5700

The Lobby Cafe & Bar

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4322 N. Western Ave. 405-604-4650

The Merret

Bar Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6464 Avondale Drive 405-848-6464

The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro

Modern American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6418 N. Western Ave. 405-840-9463

The Pig & The Butcher

Saturn Grill

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6432 Avondale Drive 405-843-7114

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2925 W. Britton Road 405-849-6199

The Shack Seafood and Oyster Bar

Sean Cummings’ Irish Pub

Irish & Pub Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7628 N. May Ave. 405-841-7326

Shartel Cafe

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2836 NW 68th St. 405-848-8337

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5116 N. Shartel Ave. 405-843-0900

Seafood Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 303 NW 62nd St. 405-608-4333

The Wedge

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4709 N. Western Ave. 405-602-3477

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Thunder Roadhouse Cafe

Leap Coffee Roasters

Jo-Bawb’s Championship BBQ

Tokyo Sushi Bar

Leo’s BBQ

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler

Tom + Chee

Polk’s House

Torchy’s Tacos

Prelude Coffee Roasters

Tsubaki Sushi & Hibachi

Taco Rico

Tucker’s Onion Burgers

Wing Supreme

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 900 W. Memorial Road 405-752-6073 Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7516 N. Western Ave. 405-848-6733

Deli & Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2116 W. Memorial Road 405-810-5152 Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13002 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-936-4264 Sushi & Japanese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5900 W. Memorial Road, Suite E 405-792-7818 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 150001 N. May Ave. 405-254-5555

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5860 N. Classen Blvd. 405-842-7743

Vito’s Ristorante

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7521 N. May Ave. 405-848-4867

VZD’s Restaurant & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4200 N. Western Ave., Suite D 405-602-3006

Wagyu Japanese BBQ

Asian Fusion Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3000 W. Memorial Road 405-285-9796

Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar

Modern American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1845 Northwest Expressway 405-582-2253

Yokozuna Sushi

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13230 Pawnee Drive, Suite 100 405-500-1020

Zero Tolerance Coffee

Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 913 W. Britton Road 405-314-0048

Zorba’s Mediterranean Cuisine

Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6014 N. May Ave. 405-947-7788

NORTHEAST OKC Bedlam Bar-B-Q

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 610 NE 50th St. 405-528-7427

Bistro 46 Restaurant & Grille

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2501 NE 23rd St. 405-595-3904

Bricktown Brewery

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 1 Remington Place 405-419-4449

Carican Flavors

Modern American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2701 N. Martin Luther King Ave. 405-424-0456

Culture Coffee

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1029 NE Sixth St. 405-724-7243

Faculty House

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 601 NE 14th St. 405-235-8212

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2319 N. Lottie Ave. 405-887-0539 Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3 NE Eighth St. 405-445-4353 Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3838 N. Lincoln Blvd. 405-521-1330 American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3925 N. Lincoln Blvd. 405-702-5464

Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1437 NE 23rd St. 405-427-3663

Gabriella’s Italian Grill

Italian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1226 NE 63rd St. 405-478-4955

Geronimo’s Bakery

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1817 N. Martin Luther King Ave. 405-427-5893

Health Nut Cafe

Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 920 N. Lincoln Blvd. 405-271-4338

Indian Dhaba

Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4600 NE 120th St. 405-478-2151

Jamil’s Steakhouse OKC

NORTHWEST OKC 1 Smart Cookie

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12100 N. Rockwell Ave. 405-721-5959

51st Street Speakeasy

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1114 NW 51st St. 405-463-0470

All American Pizza

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7101 Northwest Expressway 405-721-2900

Andy’s Frozen Custard

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5801 Northwest Expressway 405-470-7969

Ann’s Chicken Fry House

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4106 NW 39th Expressway 405-943-8915

Annie Okie’s Runway Cafe-Wiley Post Airport American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5915 Philip J. Rhoads Ave. 405-787-7732

Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3721 NW 50th St. 405-946-1300

Ava’s Premium Toffee

Chocolate & Confections Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 1408 N. Portland Ave. 405-265-5986

Azteca Mexican Grill

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4024 N. May Ave. 405-942-0260

Babble

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6909 W. Hefner Road, Suite B12 405-792-7421

Barry’s Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3124 N. May Ave. 405-948-7878

Best Donuts

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2320 NW 23rd St. 405-524-1800

Beverly’s Pancake House

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3315 Northwest Expressway 405-848-5050

Broke Brewing Company

Brewery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3810 N. Tulsa Ave. 405-237-8115

Buffalo Wild Wings

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Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6509 Northwest Expressway 405-728-2770

Casa Perico Mexican Grille

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4521 NW 63rd St. 405-721-3650

Castle Falls

European Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 820 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-942-6133

Charleston’s

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5907 Northwest Expressway 405-721-0060

Charm Thai Cuisine

Thai Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5805 NW 50th St. 405-792-2153

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Kabob-n-Curry

Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4104 N. Portland Ave. 405-601-3454

Chuanyu Fusion

La Loteria Tacogrill

Chuck House

Let’s Do Greek Restaurant & Food Truck

City Bites

Little Mike’s Hamburgers

Clark Crew BBQ

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Cous Cous Cafe

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Cousin’s Bar and Grill

Lumpy’s Sports Bar & Grill

Dave & Buster’s

Mama Roja Mexican Kitchen

Falcone’s Pizzeria

Moe’s Place

Feast

Nabati Vegan Mediterranean

Fortune Chinese Restaurant

Naylamp Peruvian Restaurant

Ganache Patisserie

Oil Center Deli

Gopuram Taste of India

Piatto Italian Kitchen

Gopuram Taste of India

Polar Donuts

Hefner Grill

Potbelly Sandwich Shop

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Queen of Sheba

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Raspberries ‘N’ CrEme

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7011 W. Hefner Road 405-367-7977 Southern & Soul Food Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4430 NW 10th St. 405-942-0852 Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6001 N. May Ave. 405-842-3355 Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3510 Northwest Expy 405-724-8888 Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6165 N. May Ave. 405-286-1533

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6509 N. May Ave. 405-840-5053 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5501 N. May Ave. 405-254-9900 Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6705 N. May Ave. 405-242-2222 Buffet Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6512 Northwest Expressway 405-603-8668 Chinese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12315 N. Rockwell Ave. 405-722-3032 Bakery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13230 Pawnee Drive, Suite 114 405-286-4068 Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4559 NW 23rd St. 405-948-7373 Indian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 412 S. Meridian Ave. 405-948-7373 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9201 Lake Hefner Parkway 405-748-6113 Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6920 W. Hefner Road 405-720-2177 Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3509 NW 58th St. 405-946-5771

Hideaway Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5501 Northwest Expressway 405-603-7177

Incredible Pizza

Cajun Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5816 NW 63rd St. 405-603-3714

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2601 Northwest Expressway 405-848-5597

La Frontera

Buffet Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4537 NW 23rd St. 405-946-0092

Cajun Corner

Cajun King

Junior’s

Chen’s Buffet

Hunan Wok

Steakhouse Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4910 N. Lincoln Blvd. 405-525-8352 18

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1605 N. Meridian Ave. 405-947-5611

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4130 Northwest Expressway 405-842-9464

Cajun Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9200 N. Council Road, Suite A 405-792-2588

Florence’s Restaurant

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6629 Northwest Expressway 405-470-0177

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3631 N. Kelley Ave. 405-424-5367

Tucker’s Onion Burgers

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5740 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 3 405-286-3331

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7921 Northside Drive 405-479-0187

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 44 NE 51st St. 405-602-5800

Chinese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6812 Northwest Expressway 405-722-8996 Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5833 Northwest Expressway 405-728-8360

Ingrid’s

German Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6501 N. May Ave. 405-842-4799

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 5829 Melton Drive 405-728-8343

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1616 N. May Ave. 405-942-8710

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3741 NW 39th Expressway 405-949-5522

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7128 W. Hefner Road 405-728-3447

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2008 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-949-0088 Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5920 NW 23rd St. 405-601-1244 Greek Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7202 W. Hefner Road 405-603-4444 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6724 Northwest Expressway 405-773-9997 Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9401 Lake Hefner Parkway 405-751-2298 Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7216 Northwest Expressway 405-720-1999

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5909 Northwest Expressway 405-728-7000 Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9219 Lake Hefner Parkway 405-302-6262 American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5012 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-495-7030 Mediterranean Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7101 Northwest Expressway 405-506-0478 Asian Fusion Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5805 NW 50th St. 405-603-3997 Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2601 Northwest Expressway 405-840-3113 Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2920 NW 63rd St. 405-608-8866 Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1111 N. Meridian Ave., Suite B 405-946-7448 Deli & Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 8500 N. Rockwell Ave. 405-792-5112 Ethiopian Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2308 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-606-8616 Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2925 Lakeside Circle 405-755-3560

Redrock Canyon Grill

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9221 Lake Hefner Parkway 405-749-1995

Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12220 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-521-1300

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7640 Northwest Expressway 405-603-8116

San Marcos

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12201 N. Rockwell Road 405-722-1172

San Marcos

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4101 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-787-1963

Smoked Out BBQ

Barbecue Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6220 Northwest Expressway 405-985-6328

Smoothie King

Frozen Drinks Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5921 SW Third St. 405-603-6992

Stars Pizza CafE & Grill

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2124 NW 39th St. 405-601-4040


Sumo II Japanese Steakhouse

Charleston’s

Koala Tea

Sunnyside Diner

Charleston’s

Krave Teriyaki

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7101 Northwest Expressway, Suite 230 405-721-2420 Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9148 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-722-8262

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1429 SW 74th St. 405-681-0055 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2000 S. Meridian Ave. 405-681-6686

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 213A SW 25th St. 405-795-5025

Tim’s Drive Inn

La Oaxaquena Bakery

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5037 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-789-5410 American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1900 Northwest Expressway, Suite 129 405-843-4375

Venezia Italian Ristorante

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8109 Northwest Expressway 405-603-1358

Woodbridge Restaurant

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4021 NW 39th St. 405-609-6166

ZamZam Mediterranean Grill & Hookah

Mediterranean Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3913 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-789-8008

Family Pho

Vietnamese Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 13325 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-470-0648

Higher Grounds Coffee Shoppe & Bakery

Bakery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5814 NW 63rd St. 405-603-6999

Neveria La Fuente de Michoacn

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2316 N. MacArthur Blvd. 405-886-0306

SHAWNEE

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8966 S. Western Ave. 405-631-3797

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4221 S. Robinson Ave. 405-636-1548

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 427 SW Grand Blvd. 405-636-1110

Mexican no Carryout/Curbside: No 6022 S. Western Ave. 405-632-0600

Cornish Smokehouse

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 801 SW 119th St. 405-703-1300

Crudoolandia

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 641 SW 29th St. 405-432-4352

Dot Wo Garden

Asian Fusion Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10600 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 17 405-691-4888 Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11613 S. Western Ave. 405-703-4555

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 190 Shawnee Mall Drive 405-788-4950

SOUTH OKC Abel’s

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6901 S. May Ave. 405-686-7160

Bill’s Steakhouse & Saloon

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1013 SW 89th St. 405-225-1211

Bistro B

Vietnamese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1620 SW 89th St., Suite G 405-735-6358

Bunny’s Onion Burgers

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1023 S. Meridian Ave. 405-949-2949

Cafe Bella

Coffee & Tea Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9018 S. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-691-9018

Theory Coffeehouse & Juicery

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1201 S. Meridian Ave. 405-946-4060

Thai Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9022 S. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-691-9989 Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8916 S. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-685-0000

Pizza 9

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1309 S. Meridian Ave. 405-609-6644

Pub W

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10740 S. May Ave., Suite 101 405-286-6970

Pupuseria El Buen Gusto

Latin American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6062 S. Western Ave. 405-636-1399

Refresqueria Las Delicias

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1107 SW 59th St. 405-702-0016

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7745 S. Walker Ave. 405-631-0783

San Marcos

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1732 S. Meridian Ave. 405-778-8080

El Majahual

Sherri’s Diner

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3301 SW 29th St. 405-602-2661

Frosted Mug

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2301 SW 59th St. 405-685-7773 American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 704 SW 59th St. 405-634-4796

Shorty Small’s

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 2037 S. Meridian Ave. 405-947-0779

Golden Palace

Soda Pops Cafe

Chinese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1500 S. Meridian Ave. 405-686-1511

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1020 SW 119th St. 405-692-7677

Grill on the Hill

Sunnyside Diner

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 324 SW 25th St. 405-634-9866

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 824 SW 89th St. 405-703-0011

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 400 W. Interstate 240 Service Road 405-631-0272

Sunshine Baking Company

Iron Horse Bar & Grill

Swadley’s Bar-B-Q

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: No 9501 S. Shields Blvd., Suite 3117 405-735-1801

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7741 S. Walker Ave. 405-631-3647

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3009 SW 29th St. 405-609-3447

Jimmy’s Round-Up Cafe & Fried Pies

Southern & Soul Food Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1301 SW 59th St. 405-685-1177

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 421 W I-240 Service Rd 405-634-4681

Kendell’s

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 110 S. May Ave.

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2142 W. I-240 Service Road 405-601-3314 Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1024 S. Interstate 240 Service Road 405-601-4198

Sandwich Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12215 S. Pennsylvania Ave. 405-735-7593 Coffee & Tea Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2209 SW 104 St., Suite I 405-378-2316

Victoria’s The Pasta Shop

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1920 S. Meridian Ave. 405-606-6040

San Marcos

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1800 S. Meridian Ave. 405-681-1900

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Mackie’s Steakhouse

El Asadero Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2703 S. Western Ave. 405-778-8924

Brazilian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 777 Grand Casino Blvd. 405-964-4777

The Stuffed Olive Cafe & Catering

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10601 S. Western Ave. 405-735-9559

Pickerman’s Soup & Sandwich

Eagle One Pizza

Flame Brazilian Steakhouse

Lumpy’s Sports Bar & Grill

Cocino De Mino

Bakery Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10740 S. May Ave., Suite 116 405-254-5070

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 777 Grand Casino Blvd. 405-964-4777

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 9101 S. Western Ave. 405-691-4400

Panang Thai Food

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7701 S. Walker Ave. 405-632-6655

Dolci Paradiso

Grand Stand

Louie’s Grill & Bar

City Bites

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1130 SW 59th St. 405-493-9126

Grand Café

The Crawfish Pot

Off the Hook Seafood and More

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 2101 S. Robinson Ave. 405-632-8830

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8324 S. Western Ave. 405-635-8337

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 741 SW 29th St. 405-635-0442

Chelino’s Tortilla Factory

Crudoolandia

cafe Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: No 777 Grand Casino Blvd. 405-964-4777

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10740 S. May Ave., Suite 117 405-242-2209

La Confection Pastries & Coffee

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6900 NW 122nd St. 405-603-3080

Urban Market

Coffee & Tea Dining: No yes 10400 S. Western Ave., Suite 6 405-885-6800

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3000 SW 104th St. 405-759-3580

WEST OKC Aloha Shave Ice & Coffee Shoppe

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8000 NW 39th Expressway 405-633-7778

Arbuckle Fried Pies

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6213 NW 39th Expressway 405-498-3773

Big Buffalo Grill

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8027 NW 23rd St. 405-789-7111

Bubba’s 33

Steakhouse Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6212 SW Third St. 405-724-1012

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7642 W. Reno Ave., Suite 496 405-443-3655

Earl’s Rib Palace

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4414 W. Reno Ave. 405-949-1220

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Bar & Grill Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3938 W. Reno Ave. 405-943-9080

Holliday Donuts

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7040 E. Reno Ave. 405-869-0271

Jim’s Diner

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7950 NW 39th Expressway 405-495-5105

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 201 Outlet Shoppe 405-603-7999

Neighbor’s Cafe

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 5900 NW 38th St. 405-491-0878

Raspados Hawaiian

Dessert Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6041 NW 23rd St. 405-225-1000

Shiki

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 7705 S. Walker Ave. 405-673-7775

Sushi & Japanese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4406 W. Reno Ave. 405-947-0400

Stray Dog Cafe

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8317 S. Western Ave. 405-413-7333

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 6722 NW 39th Expressway 405-470-3747

Swadley’s Bar-B-Q

Sydney’s Restaurant

American Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4520 S. May Ave. 405-681-8700

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4000 N. Rockwell Ave. 405-413-7333

Tacos Don Nacho

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3721 S. Council Road 405-745-2550

Tacoville

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3502 Newcastle Road 405-681-0661

Taqueria El Rey

Mexican Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 100 S. May Ave. 405-270-7894

Ted’s Cafe Escondido

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 300 Outlet Shoppes Drive 405-607-8337

The Garage Burgers and Beer

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 209 Outlet Shoppes Drive 405-603-5905 E AT & D R I N K O KGA Z E T TE .CO M | O C TO B E R 2 1 , 2 0 2 0

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Trapper’s Fishcamp & Grill

Seafood Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 4300 W. Reno Ave. 405-943-9111

Triple’s Bar & Grill

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 8023 NW 23rd St. 405-789-3031

YUKON/MUSTANG 40 West Bar & Grill Featuring The Happy Smoker

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 501 N. Mustang Road 405-265-7770

Henry Hudson’s Pub

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 601 S. Mustang Road 405-577-5001

Hideaway Pizza

Pizza Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1701 Shedeck Parkway 405-231-4777

Interurban

American Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 11316 W. Reno Ave. 405-324-8362

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1609 Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-350-7100

Jimmy’s Egg

Breakfast & Brunch Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 121 E. State Highway 152 405-256-6904

Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1751 Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-354-4343

Bad Brad’s Bar-B-Q

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 3317 E. Sixth Ave. 405-377-4141

Buffalo Wild Wings

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1765 Shedeck Parkway 405-265-1944

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1700 Shedeck Parkway 405-494-7971

Louie’s Grill & Bar

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1600 Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-354-3200

Mustang Mandarin

Chinese Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1200 N. Mustang Road 405-376-4720

ButterSweet Cupcakes

Bakery Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 501 S. Mustang Road, Suite 6788 405-265-4994

One-52 Bar & Grill

Bar & Grill Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 211 N. Trade Center Terrace 405-256-5005

Pizziniz Pizza

Pizza Dining: No Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1615 S. Mustang Road 405-578-8282

Primo’s

Chelino’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1227 S. Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-350-2006

City Bites

Sandwich Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 700 Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-350-3233

Earl’s Rib Palace

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 10 W. Main St., Suite 100 405-467-4004

Green Chile Kitchen Route 66

Italian Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 1215-C Garth Brooks Blvd. 405-350-9090

S&B’s Burger Joint

Burgers Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 123 E. State Highway 152 405-256-6788

Snack Attack

Dessert Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 336 S. Mustang Road 405-324-2072

Swadley’s Bar-B-Q

Barbecue Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 308 E. State Highway 152 405-413-7333

Mexican Dining: Yes Carryout/Curbside: Yes 12 E. Main St. 405-265-4346

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While Oklahoma does not have the centuries of lore attributed to colonial America, there are plenty of bizarre places and occurrences in the state. Real or imagined? You decide. Put on your hoodie and gather around the campfire as we explore some of the most popular bits of weird lore the Sooner State has to offer. Our first location involves a unique phenomena that anyone can replicate at any time of the day or night. Magnetic Hill near Springer in Carter County (Pit Road) should be a pit stop the next time you head to the southern part of the state, as it’s only about a mile west of Interstate 35 about 10 miles north of Ardmore. Drive to the bottom of the hill, put your car in neutral and take your foot off the brake. You’ll feel your vehicle slowly start to pull itself backwards … up the hill. Be careful though. It’s an open, public road and your vehicle can accelerate into double-digit speeds. Locals attribute the phenomena to a number of origins, including the victims of fatal crashes pushing you away from the scene of their demise and also that the spirits of people hanged at a tree in the area are forcing you away from their final resting place. Another creepy spot is Spook Light Road in Peoria near the Missouri state line. The road is eponymously named for the famed “Spook Light,” or floating orbs that can sometimes be seen lighting up the heavy woods that line the thoroughfare. Legend has it that the lights are the lanterns carried by miners who were decapitated in an unfortunate accident in the area. Another legend is that they are spirits of Civil War soldiers traversing the area. In the Panhandle, the area with the most reports of paranormal activity in the state is Beaver Dunes State Park. Known as “Oklahoma’s Bermuda Triangle” or “Shaman’s Portal,” reports of strange occurrences in the desert park are numerous and describe various phenomena from UFOs to unexplained disappearances. Native Americans reportedly warned Coronado of the area, which they dutifully avoided, in the 1500s, but that didn’t stop them. A number of the pre-American gold prospectors reportedly went missing and were never seen or heard from again. According to journal entries from a friar who went with the explorers, the men went wandering towards a mysterious green light before they vanished. “It was the work of El Diablo,” friar Juan De Padilla reportedly wrote. “That night by the sandy hills we had been warned by the natives to avoid, lost we three able bodied men of valor: Juan Viscaino, Marco Romano, and Juan Munoz. They had been hunting game for the men when the three fated soldiers were taken from us in a lightning bolt of green.” Centuries later, it is rumored to have

been the location of a UFO crash site and many locals report “men in black” chasing away archaeologists and soil collectors (some of whom reportedly found high levels of ionization and electromagnetic activity in samples) from the area, which according to another legend is actually the site of indigenous burial grounds. The state’s tourism department doesn’t mention any of these

things on their official listing for the state park, however. Closer to Oklahoma City, the “Purple Church” is rumored to have existed in eastern Oklahoma County for decades. Though its location has never been precisely determined, some say that is is just off NE 23rd. One pre-YouTube video showed an expedition into an underground alcove complete with Satanic

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graffiti and the remains of animals. The stuff of nightmares for high school students at the turn of the century, the Purple Church was reportedly the location of many human and animal sacrifices for devil-worshippers, including famed killer Sean Sellars. The outdoors are far from the only locations with reports of supernatural

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occurrences. There are several reported haunted dwellings within the Oklahoma City metro. Carey Place is a short and extremely narrow passage that runs through the center of the Gatewood neighborhood just north of the Plaza District. Now gentrified and quaint, the strip is the site of one of the city’s most recounted urban legends. The street is reportedly named after a girl named Carey, who lived in a house on the block with hatchets carved into its shutters. The sight of those shutters reportedly drove a man mad and he abducted little Carey, chopping the girl into pieces using a hatchet just like those found on the shutters. Once upon a time, the driveway of the house was also reportedly painted blood red because the stains of her blood refused to be scrubbed from the pavement. Some even say the little girl can be seen on occasion, sobbing on a swing similar to the one she had been kidnapped from and slaughtered. The Overholser Mansion, near downtown Oklahoma City, is also reportedly the site of a benign haunting. The home’s architecture is intact and many of the Overholsers’ belongings were left behind, creating an eerie time capsule of a bygone area in the heart of the city. Henry Overholser reportedly died on the second floor of the home, though not by any nefarious circumstances, and members of the family are said to be haunting the home, especially during the autumnal months. Reports of moving shadows and footsteps in the mansion are not uncommon, and the laughter of an unknown little girl has been reported as well. The mansion was 22

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re-opened for tours, including the second floor, on Oct. 1. The Skirvin Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City opened in 1911 and was closed in 1988. Since its restoration and reopening, there have been scores of reports of otherworldly incidents of one its oldest inhabitants, “Effie.” Effie was reportedly a mistress of oilman W.B. Skirvin and was locked in a room on the top floor of the hotel once she became pregnant. However, after giving birth, it is said that she was still not allowed to leave the room and during a psychotic break, pitched herself with her infant in arms through the window and to the concrete below. Not only are the child’s cries still heard in the hallways of the century-old hotel but Effie is still seen running towards a top-floor window. Other guests have reported seeing a maid’s cart moving on its own, phantom knocks on doors and drawers opening on their own. NBA players from several cities have recounted visits from the otherworldly woman, sometimes nude or attempting to communicate with them. It should be noted that the existence of Effie and her baby have never been documented, in this life or in any other. Perhaps the most infamous home of the state is in Tulsa. Dubbed the “Hex House,” 5610 W Skelly Drive rose to infamy during World War II when small caskets were found buried in the backyard. Inside the caskets were the remains of two dogs, but an investigation into the home revealed two women who claimed to have been “hexed” and turned into financial slaves of the woman who owned the home. She was


later sentenced to prison for inducing the two women to testify against a neighbor and for claiming war rations in the name of her bulldog. Nevertheless, the oftenexaggerated backstory for the home has allowed it to become a celebrated attraction that has since been converted into a haunted house amusement that opens every October. While Oklahoma’s lakes are all man made, its woods are very natural and for decades reports of a Bigfoot have surfaced in Honobia, near the Arkansas state line. Oklahoma ranks in the nation’s top ten per capita for the number of reported Bigfoot sightings, almost all of which occur in or near Adair County, near Tulsa, and Le Flore County in southeastern Oklahoma. Each year in March, the MidAmerica Bigfoot Research Center puts on the Oklahoma Bigfoot Symposium in Stilwell, the Adair County seat. In early October, Honobia in Le Flore County hosts its Bigfoot Festival (which was canceled in 2020 during to COVID-19, but is slated to return next year). While most of the evidence presented at both has been debunked, you’ll find a host of people at each who will regale you with first-hand accounts of their encounters with the large primates in the wilds of their respective necks of the woods. Sometimes, headstones are all that remain of some of the state’s creepiest legends. Take for instance the story of Katherine Cross. Cross, who is buried in Konawa, died at the age of 18 years old. Her tombstone reads: “Murdered by human wolves.” Legend has it that Cross’s epitaph is a reference to the fact that she was killed by werewolves, though others posit that she died as a result

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of an attack by the Ku Klux Klan or was the victim of a botched abortion. Elmer McCurdy’s body now rests in a plot at Summer View Cemetery in Guthrie, but his body traversed the country as a sideshow attraction for decades before being laid to rest. McCurdy, a bank and train robber, was shot and killed by a sheriff’s posse following a botched train robbery near Okesa. His body was embalmed in Pawhuska, where two carnies who claimed to be McCurdy’s brothers showed up and took possession of the body. For decades, McCurdy’s embalmed corpse traveled across the county, eventually ending up in The Pike boardwalk in Long Beach, California before being placed into storage. A crew member on the set of a shoot of The Six Million Dollar Man broke off what was thought to be an arm of a wax mannequin, but bone and muscle were revealed. After an autopsy confirmed that the body was indeed human and belonged to McCurdy, he was returned to the state where he was interred after a funeral in 1977. He is buried next to another infamous outlaw, Bill Doolin, the founder of The Wild Bunch. In order to make sure McCurdy finally stayed at rest, his coffin was entombed within two feet of concrete. There are many other incidents of Oklahoma weirdness, including a Shawnee serial killer in the 1930s, the Lawton wolfman and the haunted “black jail” in Guthrie, but those are tales for another time...

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BOOKS Last Sunday Poetry Reading a poetry reading followed by an open mic, 2 p.m. last Sunday of every month. Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 405-842-2900, fullcirclebooks.com. SUN, OCT 25

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Women’s Fiction Book Release Celebrate with the author of “The Things We Carry,” now available on Amazon. Signing, reading, Q&A, and appetizers. FREE, Sun., Nov. 1, 1-3 p.m. Interurban, 1150 Ed Noble parkway, 405-837-0735, interurban.us. SUN, NOV 1

Time Time is a 2020 American documentary film produced and directed by Garrett Bradley. It follows Sibil Fox Richardson, fighting for the release of her husband, Rob, who is serving a 60-year prison sentence. Rodeo Cinema, 2221 Exchange Ave., 405235-3456. OPENING FRI, OCT 23

HAPPENINGS ARTSPACE’s Creative Market Join us for ARTSPACE’S first CREATIVE MARKET! Artists, florists, jewelers, bakers, and all-around good product makers will join us Saturday, October 24th, from 4:00 to 7:00 PM. The event is free and held indoors and outdoors. Face coverings and social distancing are required., -25+ vendors, -Pumpkin decorating workshop 4:00-5:00 PM / $5, -Live T-shirt printing. Bring a T-shirt and get it printed with a Halloween design for $5! Totes will be available for purchase., -Halloween mask craft tables will be set up for anyone to sit down and get creative! / Free, -Cash Bar, -Live Music, -Lots of fun! free. Artspace at Untitled, 1 NE Third St., 405.815.9995, 1ne3.org/ calendar/creativemarket. SAT, OCT 24 Braum’s An Affair of the Heart Braum’s An Affair of the Heart at the OKC Fairgrounds, buildings include The Pavilion, the Centennial Building, and the Bennett Event Center. Admission is $10 and ticket is good for all 3 days. $10, good for all 3 days, Fri., Oct. 23, 9 a.m.6 p.m., Sat., Oct. 24, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sun., Oct. 25, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oklahoma State Fair Park, 3220 Great Plains Walk, 405-948-6700, statefairparkokc.com FRI-SUN, OCT 23-25

Creative Market 25+ creative vendors, cash bar, live t-shirt printing, live music, dog friendly, Halloween mask making. Artspace at Untitled, 1 NE Third St., 405-815-9995, 1ne3.org. SAT, OCT 24

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Otto Blaast virtual book release party

Meet indie author and visual Artist Otto Blasst for a virutal book release party in celebration of The Gold Connections Trilogy. ottoblaast.com OCT 31 | Image provided

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Art21: Vija Celmins and Roni Horn View Bright Golden Haze artist Vija Celmins’ in Time, 2003 (12:27) along with fellow artist Roni Horn’s in Structure, 2009 (13:09). Ordinarily hidden from public view, Art21 provides a window into contemporary art by presenting artists in their private homes and studios, going behind the scenes to reveal how their works and exhibitions are created. Reservations required. Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 11 NW 11th St., 405-951-0000, oklahomacontemporary.org. SUN, OCT 25 Hocus Pocus A curious youngster moves to Salem, where he struggles to fit in before awakening a trio of diabolical witches that were executed in the 17th century. $20 - $60, Tower Theatre, 425 NW 23rd St., 405-70-TOWER, towertheatreokc.com THU-FRI, OCT 29 & 30 Neither Wolf Nor Dog Movie A white author is summoned by a Lakota Elder who asks him to write a book about his perspective. After a blundering false start, he is all but kidnapped and sucked into a road trip through the heart of the contemporary Native American landscape., Starring unforgettable 95-yearold Dave Bald Eagle., ongoing. Harkins Theatre, 150 E. Reno Ave., 405-231-4747, harkins.com/locations/ bricktown-16.

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Forensics Night at SKELETONS: Muesum of Osteology CSI in OKC! Explore what forensic anthropologists, law enforcement, and investigators can learn by examining human skeletal remains. Each table will be assigned a mystery case. Through hands-on investigation, you will learn to “read” the features of a human skull to determine your subjects: age, sex, physical trauma and/or pathology (disease). These are replica skulls from REAL homicides, accidents & suicides. Personal discretion is advised. Ages 16 & Up. SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology, 10301 South Sunnylane Road, 405-814-0006, skeletonmuseum.com/forensicnight.

Possessor Possessor follows an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people’s bodies - ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-paying clients. $20 - $60, Tower Theatre, 425 NW 23rd St., 405-70-TOWER, towertheatreokc.com

Free open air dance concert This family-friendly outdoor dance concert is free and open to the public, allowing locals and visitors to experience the arts first-hand as dancers bring hope and healing through the unspoken language of dance. Myriad Botanical Gardens, 301 W. Reno Ave., 405-445-7080, myriadgardens.com. SAT, OCT 31 The Great Pumpkin Patch A variety of pumpkins available for purchase, hay bales, corn stalk mazes, floral displays, and scarecrows. Activities include a trick or treat weekend and pumpkin decorating, and other fun things to do outside at a safe social distance. Visitors can enjoy large-scale pumpkin mosaics while capturing images of what makes fall at the Gardens so special. Myriad Botanical Gardens, 301 W. Reno Ave., 405-445-7080, myriadgardens.com. THROUGH OCT 25 Midtown Walkabout Weekend Midtown businesses gear up to bring a packed weekend full of shopping, food, family, and fun!, Midtown OKC, NW Eighth St., 405-235-3500, midtownokc.com. FRI-SAT, OCT 23-24

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum Thunder Free Days Look Back and Think Forward. In recognition of the 25th Anniversary of the 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing and the

team’s 2020 Memorial-inspired 2020 City Edition uniform, the Oklahoma City Thunder is providing FREE admission to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum one day each month throughout 2020. The Thunder also partnered with the Memorial Museum on a new exhibit highlighting the Oklahoma Standard. Reserve tickets at MemorialMuseum.com/events Free, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, 620 N. Harvey Ave., 405-235-3313, oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org. SUN, OCT 25 SMO 21: Secrets of SMO Don’t miss your chance to join SMO staff as they take you on private group tours through the museum, going behind the scenes and sharing their personal stories. SMO staff will also take you into collections, an area never before seen by the public., You’ll enjoy two food and drink pairings carefully selected by their chef to ease your fears and tempt your palate, plus a special decadent treat to take home. 21+ 75, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Place, 405-6026664, sciencemuseumok.org/smo21. SAT, OCT 31 Steampunk Fall Celebration Come in your best Steampunk (or Halloween) get-up for the Museum’s fall celebration. Create your own Steampunk accessories: goggles and wrist-top time-machine cuffs. Explore the Design-a-Robot maker space and create your own mini ‘bot out of everyday objects. Color a thaumotrope (a what?!), try your hand at fast draw target practice, look out for a penny-farthing and learn a dance or two. Activities are free for Museum members of with Museum admission. While supplies last. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., 405-478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum.org. SAT, OCT 24 Summer Canine Olympics Summer Canine Olympics at the OKC Fairgrounds in the Bennett Event Center. Adults: $8, Seniors (65+): $5, Military and spouse: $5, ages 12 and under are free. Oklahoma State Fair Park, 3220 Great Plains Walk, 405-9486700, statefairparkokc.com/events/605/details. WED-SUN, OCT 28 - NOV 1

FOOD Jonestoberfest Get ready for German food, live music, and of course, lots of bier! Join the fun at The Jones Assembly for live music each day, brats, pretzels, cheese curds, schnitzel on a stick and a variety of German beirs to be enjoyed in the biergarten. The Jones Assembly, 901 W. Sheridan Ave., 405-212-2378. THROUGH OCT 24

YOUTH Cherokee Cultural Celebration In partnership with the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the National Cowboy Museum presents a Cherokee Cultural Celebration. Students will experience a variety of social-distanced activities related to 19th century Cherokee culture and lifestyle. Demonstrations in traditional crafts will show the unique Cherokee lifestyle of this time period. Museum galleries and Liichokoshkomo’ grounds are open for self-directed tours. Free admission to the Museum and Cherokee Cultural Celebration for students and chaperones. Space is limited. Call to reserve a spot. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., 405-478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum.org. MON, OCT 26 Goth Girl Story Hour Join the staff of DigItOKC every Saturday in October at 3pm for some slightly spooky story telling. Bring your kiddos (or borrow one) and settle in for story time by the sweetest darklings you will ever meet. This is an outdoor event and masks are required for all teens and adults plus please social distance amongst others. Stickers provided at end for all good little ghouls! Free, Dig It OKC, 1739 NW 16th, 4054734649, digitokc.com. SAT, OCT 24 & 31

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Spell A man crash lands in rural Appalachia and awakens in the attic of a traditional Hoodoo practitioner. He desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon. Rodeo Cinema, 2221 Exchange Ave., 405-235-3456. OPENING FRI, OCT 30 Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert Rock & Roll Hall of Fame icon Stevie Nicks brings her legendary music to the big screen whenStevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert comes to Tower Theatre Cinema for 2 nights only, October 21 and 22.Recorded over two nights during her sold-out 24 Karat Gold Tour, the film features a set-list of fan favorites and rare gems from Stevie’s multiplatinum selling catalog.The film also highlights Stevie’s intuitive and intimate storytelling abilities, captivating audiences with personal stories behind some of the most famous songs in music history. $20 - $60, Tower Theatre, 425 NW 23rd St., 405-70-TOWER, towertheatreokc.com WED-THU, OCT 21 & 22

Art on tap: Taproom Edition

OKCMOA is partnering with six local breweries from October 23-November 1 for a variety of COVID-safe, socially distanced promotions in their taprooms with proceeds going back to the Museum. They’ve worked hard to assemble a group of breweries you love, and hope you will raise a glass and join them for this year’s event! Visit www. okcmoa.com/visit/events/artontap-3 for location details. okcmoa.com/visit/events/artontap-3. OCT 23 - NOV 1 | photo/provided by OKCMOA

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West scavenger hunt to explore Liichokoshkomo’, the Museum’s new outdoor experiential learning playscape. Free admission to activities and Museum for students and chaperones (1 per 7 students). Suitable for grades K – 8. Limited space provided to eat lunch. The event will be held rain or shine; a rain plan is established to allow the students to still enjoy many of the stations. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., (405) 478-2250 ext. 241, nationalcowboymuseum.org. TUE, NOV 3 Harry Potter Yoga Attention wizards, witches, and muggles: Join Our Yoga Collective and 405 Yoga for an evening of magic and butter beer!, Thu., Oct. 29, 7 p.m. 405 Yoga, 1004 N. Hudson Ave., 405-778-8905, 405yoga.com. THU, OCT 29

Yoga Tuesdays an all-levels class; bring your own water and yoga mat, 5:45 p.m.-7 p.m. Myriad Botanical Gardens, 301 W. Reno Ave., 405-4457080, myriadgardens.com. TUE

VISUAL ARTS Art Moves Art Moves artists have adjusted from daily downtown performances to online streaming. Help us support our local artist by Adèle Wolf’s Burlesque & Variety Show’s 9th Annual joining us weekdays at Arts Council Oklahoma City’s facebook page for Halloween Spectacular GONE VIRTUAL The 9th Annual Halloween Spectacular is an all-star showcase, featuring award live-streaming performances and winning performers including the reigning Miss Exotic World, Frankie Fictitious demonstrations from artist homes or from San Francisco, Tito Bonito from Los Angeles, Sweetpea from Minneapolis, studios!, Art Moves is an Arts Council aerialist Ginger Snaps from Austin, Oklahoma’s own award-winning and interna- OKC initiative that provides free arts events each workday from Noontional showgirl Adèle Wolf, and many more! $20 - $35, (405) 673-6162, 1:00. Events previously took place AdeleWolf.com. OCT 24 | Image Carrie Strong/ provided in various downtown locations and may include artist demonstrations PERFORMING ARTS or musical performances. The daily line-up features a wide range of artistic mediums including musical and 3rd Act Theatre Company presents 1984 This theater performances, live art demonstrations, short stage adaptation of the classic novel “…depicts with film selections, and more, Mondays-Fridays, noon. great power the horrors of man’s fate in a society artscouncilokc.com/art-moves. WEEKDAYS where Big Brother is always watching—where everything that is not prohibited is compulsory.” 3rd Act Theatre Company, 12040 N May Ave., 405-593-8093, 3rdacttheatreco.com. FRI-SUN, OCT 23-25 Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series: Desdemona’s Child Students and alumni of USAO’s theatre arts program will present their fall performance in live, online video on one night only. DWPAS audiences are invited to experience the Oklahoma premiere of this new play, a contemporary sequel to Othello that examines the enduring legacy of prejudice and trauma in a world where Shakespeare’s world crosses with our own. The cast and crew will hold a behind-the-scenes conversation with the audience after the performance, hosted by guest dramaturg, USAO alumna Cynthia Cunningham, MFA., The production will be free, but you must subscribe online at usao.edu/dwpas to receive the passcode. Free, 405.574.1310, usao.edu/ dwpas. FRI, OCT 23 Patio Peepshow by Terre Rouge The most fun you can have with your mask on! Responsibly see your favorite local performers behind the glass in a social distanced, contact free, outdoor, environment. Come & go private performances. A true carnival style vintage private peepshow!, Safety is a requirement and a priority:, -NO direct contact, -Masks Required, -Max 2 persons per viewing, Featuring two surprise local performers each week! $2 Tokens sold walk up at event., No advanced purchase required. 51st Street Speakeasy, 1114 NW 51st St., 405-463-0470. THU, OCT 22 WEIRDlesque by Terre Rouge It’s Halloween and we’re ready to get WEIRD! Get that costume out of the closet and join us!, We are challenging everything you thought you knew about Fandom culture and Burlesque! Dedicated to all things Nerd and Pop Culture related with a little bit of fetish sprinkled in for good measure. Tower Theatre, 425 NW 23rd St., 405-708-6937, towertheatreokc.com. SAT, OCT 31

ACTIVE Art & Architecture Bike Tour This experience begins by covering OKC’s history and it’s epic founding. It travels through downtown to see skyscrapers, modern houses, historic buildings, a haunted hotel, luxurious mansions, and beautiful boathouses to learn about the architects and their design. $45, ongoing. Ride OKC Bike Tours & Rentals, 152 South Walker Avenue, 405309-9696, rideokc.com. WED-SUN Cowboys and Cowgirls of Color Learn about inspiring Cowboys and Cowgirls of Color in the West. Explore activity stations throughout the Museum and grounds demonstrating grit, gusto and determination. Museum galleries are open for self-directed tours; use the Passport to the

Art show featuring Kathleen Neeley, Marcus Eakers, Simphiwe Mbunyuza DNA Galleries, 1709 NW 16th St., 405-525-3499, DNAGalleries.com. THROUGH NOV 8

‘You Are Here’ Interactive Exhibit The University of Central Oklahoma’s Melton Gallery will host a free and open-to-the-public opening reception for “You Are Here,” an interactive art exhibition featuring works that engage visitors in the themes of light, space, identity and perception. The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 19 at the Melton Gallery, located in the UCO Art and Design building, in the center of Central’s campus. Melton Gallery, 100 N. University drive, 405-525-3603, uco.edu. MON-FRI, THROUGH NOV 19 Bright Golden Haze This insightful group exhibition will explore the ways in which artists use light to create place, both geographic and conceptual, inspired by both the uniquely influential quality of light and space in the state and the new building itself. The exhibition, which takes its title from the first line in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s iconic musical Oklahoma!, will present a thematic grouping of new, recent and site-specific works., Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 11 NW 11th St., 405-951-0000, oklahomacontemporary.org. THROUGH JAN 4

The Oklahoma Standard should mean smokefree air for all. When it comes to achieving the Oklahoma Standard, we’ve come a long way. All state property is 100% smokefree, and the age to purchase tobacco is now 21. However, there’s still work to do...

Colors of Clay an exhibition of clay pots, bowls, pitchers and jars created by Native American artists. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., 405-478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum. org. THROUGH MAY 10 DeLoss McGraw Closing Reception Meet the artist DeLoss McGraw and experience his exhibition “Following Woody.” DeLoss McGraw is an American artist known for his whimsical gouache paintings. Inspired by his own poetry as well as poems by W.D. Snodgrass, McGraw’s dreamlike works are often reminiscent of painting by Paul Klee. Klee like McGraw, was inspired by the works of folk artists and children. Born in 1945 in Okemah, OK, he went on study at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles and received his MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1973. McGraw free. Artspace at Untitled, 1 NE Third St., 405.815.9995, 1ne3.org/calendar/closingreceptiondelossmcgraw. FRI, OCT 30 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Service Members In the Story of the Portraits Gallery from Independence Day through Veterans Day, we are celebrating the Oklahoman Hall of Fame Members, men and women, who have bravely served our country. Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 405-235-4458, oklahomahof.com/calendar. TUE-SAT.

- Smoking is still allowed in Oklahoma bars and some restaurants. - Hotels in Oklahoma are NOT 100% smokefree. - Exposing children to secondhand smoke in cars is still legal. - Smoking at in-home daycares after hours is still legal. It’s time to step up to the Oklahoma Standard. Join the fight at

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Before pixels, programs, and software transformed graphic design, illustrators gave form to thought and generated the majority of public imagery. Using their creativity and talents to promote specific ideas, they helped tell stories and sell products through books, newspapers, magazines, advertisements, logos, labels, calendars, billboards, and even coloring books. Behind their bold and bright designs, however, was a standard artistic approach. The illustrators used the same supplies and techniques as any painter, and composed every scene with perspective, aesthetic, color, form, and figure in mind. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., 405-478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum.org/exhibition/tucker-smith. THROUGH NOV 15 | Image Carl Link/ provided by National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum POSTWAR ABSTRACTION: VARIATIONS The half-century or so following the end of World War II was one of the most fertile periods in the history of abstract painting. The works featured in Postwar Abstraction: Variations highlight a period of remarkable creativity, when ideas of abstraction and the nature and limits of artistic mediums were being hotly contested by artists., Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 405-236-3100, okcmoa.com/visit/events/ postwar-abstraction/. THROUGH DEC 31 Shared Lives, Distant Places: Recent Acquisitions in Photography Featuring photographs given in honor of the Museum’s 75th anniversary, “Shared Lives, Distant Places” highlights contemporary photographers who employ different photographic styles—documentary, photojournalism and street photography—to capture the global human experience, offering alternative ways of seeing and understanding the people, places and events that shape our world. The exhibition provides a glimpse into the everyday lives of people, conflicts and historical events around the world at various moments in time and explores the working processes of six contemporary photographers. Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 405236-3100, okcmoa.com. THROUGH JAN 10 Tucker Smith A Celebration of Nature (Retrospective) This exhibit will be truly retrospective, with work ranging from Smith’s early years as a professional artist to his most recent paintings. It will also present the breadth of subject matter he has tackled, with an emphasis on western wildlife, but also including camp and cowboy scenes, straight landscapes, a few foreign locales, and at least one railroad painting. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., (405) 478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum.org/exhibition/tucker-smith. THROUGH JAN 3

Twice Around the World: Oklahoma’s Wiley Post Located in the President’s Office Gallery this exhibit shares holdings from the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Archives, including a new First Day Cover collection from Martin L. Severe, featuring Oklahoma’s favorite pilot, Wiley Post. The exhibit runs from the date post landed from his solo flight around the world through his birthday. Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 40526

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Until We Organize: The Struggle for the Equal Rights Amendment an exhibition of photographs chronicling Oklahoma’s battle over the ERA.Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 405-521-2491, okhistory.org. THROUGH NOV 30

West: The American Cowboy The ranching and small rodeo communities in the heartland of the great American West may be a long way from New York City, but French photographer Anouk Masson Krantz has been drawn back time and time again to explore this largely unfamiliar and overlooked part of the world. In “WEST: The American Cowboy”, Anouk revisits the enduring iconic symbol of America’s pioneering spirit with a fresh, inspiring and contemporary view from an outsider’s perspective., “WEST: The American Cowboy” is a traveling exhibition that will debut at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St., (405) 478-2250, nationalcowboymuseum.org/exhibition/ west-the-american-cowboy. THROUGH DEC 27

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is available, we will provide that information to our licensees. Gazette: How much will this cost Oklahoma cannabis businesses to implement? Williams: Metrc charges $40 per month and per license for access to METRC and for ongoing training, support, and maintenance. Tags cost 45 cents apiece for plants and twenty-five cents apiece for wholesale package tags. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority announced that Metrc was chosen to implement the state’s seed-tosale tracking system for cannabis. Director Dr. Kelly Williams took the time to answer Oklahoma Gazette’s questions about the early stages of its implementation Gazette: How was Metrc chosen as the contract awardee? Williams: All bidders were evaluated by a team of reviewers using the same scoring formula that was deter-

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mined prior to review of the proposals. This formula included the ability to meet OMMA’s requirements, cost to the state, and cost to our licensees. Metrc scored the highest using this formula. Gazette: When does the OMMA expect Metrc to be implemented? Williams: Metrc has up to six months to get the Oklahoma seed-to-sale platform ready to launch. We will have more information on the timeline for businesses in the coming weeks and will be

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posted on the OMMA website and the Oklahoma page of Metrc’s website once available. Gazette: Will there be OMMAdirected training on the system for businesses? Williams: Metrc will be providing training to OMMA commercial licensees on their system before it goes live in Oklahoma. Once a training schedule

Gazette: How long will cannabis businesses have to get into compliance? Williams: OMMA and Metrc are working together on a timeline for our licensees to implement the system and input their beginning inventory. Gazette: If a business has already purchased and started using another seed-to-sale tracking system, will it be able to communicate with Metrc or will this system have to be used?


This step alone will help to ensure that the product being sold

Williams: Use of Metrc for full seedto-sale tracking will be required, and Metrc will provide an Application Programming Interface (API) to customers who wish to use a third-party inventory management system to integrate with the Metrc system. Licensees may also utilize a comma separated values upload function to interface with the system if they prefer.

or transferred

Gazette:Who will have access to the data entered into Metrc?

between our

Williams: Only OMMA and the licensee will have access to their business’s information. However, when products are being prepared for transfer, a receiving business can see the package information and lab results from the shipping business prior to receiving the inventory into their account. The lab results will be entered directly by the laboratories and not by the selling licensee. This is very exciting as we know that many of our commercial licensees would like better assurance of the safety and quality of products before purchase.

commercial licensees meets OMMA’s safety requirements. Director Dr. Kelly Williams

Gazette: While it’s a given that individual plants will need to be tagged and tracked, how does this seed-to-sale system affect processors and dispensaries?

Williams: All plants and wholesale packages must be tagged with Metrc’s RFID tags. Metrc training will detail the protocols for our licensees for what, when, and how to tag. Gazette: How will this change the OMMA’s ability to recall products? Williams: Metrc’s system will require labs to directly input testing results into the system, enable commercial licensees to match lab results in the system with a specific physical product, and prevent the movement of products that do not pass testing. This step alone will help to ensure that the product being sold or transferred between our commercial licensees meets OMMA’s safety requirements. In the event that a recall is needed, the Metrc system will enable OMMA to track the upstream source of the affected product, the sale or transfer history downstream, and identify the current physical location of the recalled products. This enables us to have faster response time on investigations into the source of the problem and to immediately contact licensees that are in possession of the product in order to prevent further sale or transfer.

event that OMMA deems patterns to be “unusual” within the software? Williams: If unusual patterns in the movement of product are identified, OMMA can conduct an investigation to determine the source of that pattern and work with law enforcement or other agencies as necessary to respond to the situation. Gazette: Can an exportable database be created in another program, such as Excel, and what are the requirements for that database? Williams: Licensees who do not have a third-party point-of-sale system can enter the required information directly into the Metrc website or utilize a CSV (comma separated values) upload function to interface with the Metrc system. Metrc trainings will instruct OMMA licensees on system features, including their ability to export their own information from the Metrc system.

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FREE WILL ASTROLOGY Homework: Name five things you do to make yourself feel good. Then think of another thing to add to the list. FreeWillAstrology.com ARIES (March 21-April 19)

“I’ve been told that nobody sings the word ‘hunger’ like I do,” testified Aries chanteuse Billie Holiday. She wasn’t suggesting that she had a stylish way of crooning about fine dining. Rather, she meant “hunger” in the sense of the longing for life’s poignant richness. Her genius-level ability to express such beauty was due in part to her skillful vocal technique, but also because she was a master of cultivating soulful emotions. Your assignment in the coming weeks, Aries, is to refine and deepen your own hunger.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20)

Author Renata Adler expresses my own feelings when she writes, “Hardly anyone about whom I deeply care resembles anyone else I have ever met, or heard of, or read about in literature.” I bet if you’re honest, Taurus, you would say the same. It’s almost certainly the case that the people you regard as worthy of your love and interest are absolutely unique. In the sense that there are no other characters like them in the world, they are superstars and prodigies. I bring this to your attention because now is an excellent time to fully express your appreciation for their one-of-a-kind beauty—to honor and celebrate them for their entertainment value and precious influence and unparalleled blessings.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20)

“If you cannot find an element of humor in something, you’re not taking it seriously enough,” writes author Ilyas Kassam. That’s a key thought for you to keep in mind during the coming weeks. Levity and joking will be necessities, not luxuries. Fun and amusement will be essential ingredients in the quest to make good decisions. You can’t afford to be solemn and stern, because allowing those states to dominate you would diminish your intelligence. Being playful—even in the face of challenges—will ensure your ultimate success.

CANCER (June 21-July 22)

I’m hoping the horoscopes I wrote for you in late August

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helped propel you into a higher level of commitment to the art of transformation. In any case, I suspect that you will have the chance, in the coming weeks, to go even further in your mastery of that art. To inspire you in your efforts, I’ll encourage you to at least temporarily adopt one or more of the nicknames in the following list: 1. Flux Luster 2. Fateful Fluctuator 3. Shift Virtuoso 4. Flow Maestro 5. Alteration Adept 6. Change Arranger 7. Mutability Savant 8. Transition Connoisseur

Because Republicans are so thoroughly under the curse of the nasty, cruel, toxic person known as Donald Trump. I’m convinced that it’s crucial for our country’s well-being that Democrats achieve total victory in the upcoming election. In accordance with astrological omens, I urge you to do your personal equivalent of what I’ve done: Unambiguously align yourself with influences that represent your highest, noblest values. Take a sacred stand not just for yourself, but also in behalf of everything you love.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

“When one is a stranger to oneself, then one is estranged from others, too,” wrote author Anne Morrow Lindbergh. “If one is out of touch with oneself, then one cannot touch others. Only when one is connected to one’s own core, is one connected to others.” In bringing these thoughts to your attention, Leo, I don’t mean to imply that you are out of touch with your deep self. Not at all. But in my view, all of us can benefit from getting into ever-closer communion with our deep selves. In the coming weeks, you especially need to work on that—and are likely to have extra success in doing so.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

My cosmic tipsters told me that you will be even smarter than usual in the coming weeks. As I scoured the heavenly maps, I detected signs that you have the potential to be a skilled code-cracker, riddle-decipherer, and solver of knotty problems and tricky dilemmas. That’s why I suggest you express gratitude to your beautiful brain, Virgo. Sing it sweet songs and tell it how much you love it and find out which foods you can eat to strengthen it even more. Now read Diane Ackerman’s description of the brain: “that shiny mound of being, that mouse-gray parliament of cells, that dream factory, that petit tyrant inside a ball of bone, that huddle of neurons calling all the plays, that little everywhere, that fickle pleasuredome.”

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

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“I loathe narcissism, but I approve of vanity,” said fashion writer Diana Vreeland. Here’s how I interpret that: People who care mostly for their own feelings and welfare, and who believe they’re more important than everyone else, are boring and repellent. But those who enjoy looking their best and expressing their unique beauty may do so out of a desire to share their gifts with the world. Their motivation might be artistry and generosity, not self-centeredness. In accordance with cosmic potentials, Scorpio, I invite you to elude the temptations of narcissism as you explore benevolent forms of vanity.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Yes, do let people see you sweat. At least for now, be forthright and revelatory. Let people witness your secret fire, your fierce tang, your salty tears, and your unhealed wounds. Hold nothing back as you give what you haven’t been able to give before. Be gleefully expressive as you unveil every truth, every question, every buried joy. Don’t be crude and insensitive, of course. Be as elegant and respectful as possible. But make it your priority to experiment with sacred vulnerability. Find out how far you can safely go as you strip away the disguises that have kept you out of touch with your full power.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Between 2008 and 2017, Southern California had two sizable earthquakes: 5.5 and 5.1 on the Richter scale. But during the same period, the area had 1.8 million small quakes that were mostly too mild to be felt. The ground beneath the feet of the local people was shaking at the rate of once every three minutes. Metaphorically

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speaking, Capricorn, you’re now in a phase that resembles the mild shakes. There’s a lot of action going on beneath the surface, although not much of it is obvious. I think this is a good thing. The changes you’re shepherding are proceeding at a safe, gradual, wellintegrated pace.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

No American woman was allowed to earn a medical degree and practice as a physician until Aquarian-born Elizabeth Blackwell did it in 1849. It was an almost impossible feat, since the all-male college she attended undermined her mercilessly. Once she began her career as a doctor, she constantly had to outwit men who made it difficult for her. Nevertheless, she persisted. Eventually, she helped create a medical school for women in England and made it possible for 476 women to practice medicine there. I propose that we make her your patron saint for now. May she inspire you to redouble your diligent pursuit of your big dream. Here’s your motto: “Nevertheless, I’m persisting.”

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)

Henry David Thoreau wrote, “I fear my expression may not be extravagant enough, may not wander far enough beyond the narrow limit of my daily experience, so as to be adequate to the truth of which I have been convinced.” You’ll be wise to have a similar fear, Pisces. According to my analysis, you can generate good fortune for yourself by transcending what you already know and think. Life is conspiring to nudge you and coax you into seeking experiences that will expand your understanding of everything. Take advantage of this opportunity to blow your own mind!

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