Red's strives to make family dining easy. Instead of having menus the size of phone books, Red's keeps the entrees at a manageable seven, just as Hollywood does with acceptable Baldwin jokes. In the wide-open dining area—which is adorned with old Conoco motor-oil ads, old Coke signs, and nostalgic art—diners dig into family-size portions of fried chicken. A mammoth replica of a Red's chicken bucket revolves overhead, representing the eatery's huge portions. As Chef Dave Fouts wrote for the Edmond Sun, "The food arrived and everybody gasped—there was food aplenty and the huge platters filled our entire table, leaving only enough room for our plates and drinks." Hearty sides of fried okra, creamed corn, biscuits, and more complement equally hearty portions of chicken-fried steak, catfish, pot pie, or pot roast.