Category archives for: Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK: Food Dude Looks Back at 2012′s Success List

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A year ago, I posted a list of things I looked forward to and hoped to see in the Oklahoma City food scene in 2012 food scene. So now it’s time to review.

H & 8th Outdoor Food Market Makes Successful Relaunch Friday in Oklahoma City

People gather along Hudson Avenue between N &th and 8th streets for H&8th Friday, September 30, 2011. Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman Doug Hoke

Health inspectors and food truck operators cheerily went about their business

Food Truck Operators in Oklahoma City say they Face Scrutiny, Rules that put their Businesses at Risk

Crews Morris (left) and Jon Grupe prepare tacos and burritos at the Big Truck Tacos mobile stand in front of the Oklahoma County Courthouse in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011. By Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman

More scrutiny is given mobile food operations compared to established restaurants.

Oklahoma ABLE Commission Proven To Be As Obnoxious & Superfluous As They Conduct Armed Raid On Food Vendors

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A Sovietized Gestapo sweeping out of the blue, guns at the ready, to shut down a family-fun event

Oklahoma City: Outdoor Nighttime Food Market Debuts in MidTown

Food trucks will be gathering MidTown the last Friday of each month as part of H&8th night food market at Elemental Coffee, 815 N Hudson. photo CHRIS LANDSBERGER

Could Oklahoma City support an outdoor nighttime food market and join the ranks of edgy cities like Austin, Texas, and Portland, Ore.?

ALERT!: Truck, Trailer Stolen From Popular Owasso Restaurant

The trailer and the truck were stolen from their Collinsville residence sometime overnight Thursday.

The trailer and the truck were stolen from their Collinsville residence sometime overnight Thursday.

Social Media Influential

Big Truck courted the small crowd of online influences and members of the media in Oklahoma City.  Read more: http://newsok.com/social-media-influential/article/3563192#ixzz1KzB2lQii

The result was standing room-only crowds at the restaurant, nearly 16,000 Facebook fans and a victory in Food Network’s $10,000 online contest to name the nation’s top food truck.

Oklahoma City – Can Established Downtown Businesses Coexist with Food Trucks & Festivals?

Kathryn Mathis and Cally Johnson pose with one of the food vending trucks for their Big Truck Tacos. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman

The Oklahoma City Council is tasked today with deciding, or at least delaying a decision, on whose interests to protect when it considers an application by Montage Festivals to close Mickey Mantle Drive for a weekend-long art festival this summer.