New OKC Restaurants

After a challenging year, restaurant customers appear to have learned lessons that will stick. They’ll likely cling to outdoor dining, online ordering and delivery services into the future.

From a restaurant inside an Ellison Hotel to Okie-centric fare at Milo, new OKC restaurants are showcasing local tastes and innovative fusion dishes.

Ted’s Mexican Restaurant

The restaurant serves a variety of delicious Mexican dishes. Its menu includes appetizers, enchiladas, burritos, tacos, and more. Its prices are very reasonable, and the atmosphere is relaxing. It also offers a good selection of margaritas.

It is a good place to visit for dinner with your family or friends. The food here is really good and the service is excellent. Guests highly appreciate this restaurant’s friendly staff and calm ambiance.

The restaurant has been in business since 1999 and is owned by Beekman Group, a New York private equity firm. It has restaurants in Oklahoma and Kansas, and the company plans to expand to other markets. The company’s success has led to a large number of franchises, including locations in Oklahoma City and South Oklahoma City. It has pulled out of three area locations, including one at Ward Parkway Center’s new restaurant pavilion. The company declined to comment on its decision to close the location.

Chuanya Fusion

Chuanya Fusion is a delightful dining experience that offers a harmonious blend of Chinese and Vietnamese culinary treasures. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Diners can start their meal with a selection of appetizers, including traditional Fried Spring Rolls and delicate Vegetable Rolls encased in supple rice paper. The restaurant also features a variety of soups and salads, as well as dishes for those with specific dietary requirements.

For entrees, the menu includes classic Egg Foo Young with a choice of vegetables, roast pork, chicken, or beef, as well as zesty orange chicken and flavorful pepper beef. The restaurant also offers a selection of noodle and fried rice dishes, and a range of beverages.

Excellent food and service, great atmosphere, and very affordable. Definitely worth the trip! A wonderful find in a strip shopping center. The service was friendly and attentive. We will definitely be back! The scallion pancakes and crab Rangoon were fantastic.

Black Sweater

Black Sweater is the newest restaurant by Chef Andrew Black. Located in the same space as Black Walnut, Grey Sweater serves five-, seven- and 10-course tasting menus for guests who want to explore ingredients without borders or constraints. Unlike traditional restaurants, Black’s staff interview each guest when they make their reservation to get a better understanding of their tastes and preferences.

Guests sit at the dinner bar, which wraps around the kitchen like a culinary amphitheater, or at one of the semi-private tables around the dining room. The restaurant’s low-key luxury design is inspired by Black’s travels across the world.

Black’s cuisine is a unique twist on global flavors that celebrate local ingredients. It is an excellent addition to Oklahoma City’s diverse culinary scene. Each dish was a revelation and Chef Black’s ability to take a common ingredient and transform it into an outstanding entree is impressive. The seven course preset menu was well worth the price.

Packard’s New American Kitchen

Located in the original 1920’s Packard Automobile showroom on 10th and Robinson, this space shines for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu that offers a modern take on American favorites. Lunch items like the fried chicken biscuit offer the perfect balance of moisture and crunch to savor flavors of bacon, fried chicken and pimento cheese, while the dinner menu trims back on sandwiches and expands on entrees with pasta tinged in Italian, Asian or Cajun flavors.

The large bar wraps around three sides of the dining room and serves up unique handcrafted cocktails, unique local beers and a carefully curated wine list. And don’t leave without trying dessert, from a cracked caramel sundae to blackstrap apple pie and classic panna cotta.

EMBARK and the OKC Streetcar are proud community partners, bringing residents and visitors to Downtown Oklahoma City for shopping, culture and delicious food at businesses like Packard’s New American Kitchen. Hop on the Streetcar at NW 10th street to experience this vibrant area of our city, where timeless landmarks connect with a game-changing arts and entertainment scene.

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