1 goldlen corral - I wouldn't mind having a good buffet here, but I don't think anyplace will see any new buffets opening up anytime soon
2 huddle house - We have Short Cakes which is even better
3 carcker barrell - Overrated
4 ihop - We have one, Jimmy's Egg, Just Wafflin', Short Cakes, Granny's all have superior breakfast food
My daughter is going to the OSU softball camp this weekend so we are looking for something to do Saturday afternoon/evening.
The camp is over at 2:30 on Saturday, so we will have a good chunk of time to kill. Planned on walking her around campus...but looking for something a little more "entertaining". I've checked every event calendar I can find, but it appears to be a pretty dead weekend.
This hurts my heart so much, Stonewall was my favorite dive bar around. When I worked at Hideaway in my college days that was the place for us to go and get some drinks after work also some ol' Hideaway buddies went there recently and they did not like it at all, from what they said they are trying to go after the cowboy crowd, which there are plenty of those bars on the Strip and Tumbleweeds.
Stonecloud is my favorite brewery in OKC. Looks like this will be a great spot to hang out. Sweet looking patio concept. I think they’ll be more apt to win the college crowd than Iron Monk currently does.
I hope they find a way to work with each other and not against. By the looks of it, we may have three breweries in a few years.
Dutch Bros officially opened today. So we have 4 Aspens, 2 Starbucks, Dutch Bros. and the place on 9th near the post office that I never remember their name. Almost as bad as the number of chicken places in town. Oh, and at least 2 small places on campus (don't know their names).
Being at the McKnight Center was sure rare and great last weekend. Saw Tim McGraw on Friday night and super violinist Iitzhak Perlman Sat. night. McGraw was a sell out and had people standing on their feet for about an hour and a half. Someone from Norman on social media said he was behind enemy lines in Stillwater to see Tim McGraw. McGraw told the audience that he was impressed with the McKnight Center and hopes to be back. Favorable impressions like that are what it takes to keep drawing big acts.
Thanks to OSU's new state of the art McKnight Center For the Performing Arts, Stillwater can now compete with Oklahoma City, Tulsa, as well as the theaters in the biggest casinos and everywhere else in Oklahoma in attracting world class acts. Please support what's going on at the McKnight Center whenever you can.