10 Oklahoma Restaurants We Wish Were Still Open

Recently, it was reported that Oklahoma City’s very own Charcoal Oven, after being closed for many years, is set to turn their broilers back on at a new location, the shopping center on the corner of N.W. 36th and May, in the old Blockbuster I used to work at. I don’t think they’ll have room […]
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