Owners Vaughn and Kristi Huslig cast an aromatic net out the door of Andover Popcorn Company, drawing shoppers in with the scents of freshly popped corn and tasty desserts. Once inside, guests can browse 16 flavors of gourmet popcorn and pick their favorites to stuff into colorful, seasonal tins or buckets adorned with the logo of a favorite regional college team. Popcorn flavors range from white cheddar and salty-sweet kettle corn to fiery cinnamon and the peanut-butter-and-chocolate puppy chow, which is not a recommended replacement for actual puppy chow.
The quick-serving cooks at Spangles engage appetites in a '50s-themed dining environment, having recently bolstered the menu with a saucy taste of the Far East—Wok 'n' Roll Bowls, which come in three flavors ($4.49 each). The sweet chicken teriyaki and sirloin steak spoon with stir-fried carrots and broccoli on a bed of steamed white rice, and diners longing for legumes can sink their teeth careening into the spicy kung pao chicken bowl crowned with peanuts. Keep thirsty mouths from imbibing ketchup packets by dangling a pair of 32-ounce soft drinks in front of them ($1.69 each). Ten varieties are available, such as tropical punch, green-peach tea, Pepsi, and root beer.
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Family owned and operated, Two Brothers BBQ serves up a bounty of barbecue favorites on its menu, with high-quality ingredients and careful cooking uniting to wield savory and saucy sustenance. Relish the wrangling of rebellious wisps of hickory smoke with sliced meats such as beef brisket, turkey, or pulled pork ($6.29 for a half pound, $11.49 for a pound), or slam into a full slab of ribs ($18.99), cooked to perfection over the still-warm coals of found meteorites. For boosters of the bun, Two Brothers' West Wichita and El Dorado locations now offer The Burger Grill, with premium grilled burgers and decalescent dogs filling feast-holds and arriving via optional carhop service. Send your taste buds on a delicious trip back in time to the 1984 of the future with a Big Brother cheeseburger ($5.69), or go for the tubular tastes of the chili dog ($4.99), a quarter-pound kosher dog topped with smoked-brisket chili, onions, mustard, and cheddar. Side dishes (from $1.39 to $1.49/individual, up to $7.49–$7.99/quart) include french fries, corn cobettes, green beans, and scalloped potatoes.
After self-taught chef Kim Snare began pre-cooking and freezing meals in order to balance her busy lifestyle with the joys of a sit-down family dinner, she opened Homemade Dinners To Go to ensure that her neighbors could enjoy convenient, wholesome meals around their own tables. Every month, Kim crafts a new menu of hearty, family-friendly dishes, including vegetarian and gluten-free plates. Weight Watchers points steer the calorie conscious toward lighter fare, such as the gluten-free barbecue-cranberry chicken ($14/medium). As forks dig into cheese-enchilada casserole ($13/medium), they pierce four layers of tortilla, cheddar, and sour-cream sauce. Creamy Southwest chicken ($14/medium) teams with corn and spices to sate appetites, and desserts such as German chocolate cake ($7/large slice) make a sweet denouement to every meal.
The menu at Louie's Grill & Bar won the 2010 Best Bar Food award from the Oklahoma Gazette, with all items coming in under $10 and above and beyond the call of deliciousness. For a spectator's feast, game-day diners can pair a burger, such as the Big Lou, topped with grilled onions, pickles, mustard, and american cheese and served with fries ($7.99), with golden fried pickles, lightly battered, fried slices served with chipotle ranch ($6.99). To try out a lighter meal, order the chunky chicken salad, mixed greens, cucumber, walnuts, strawberries, and grapes topped with homemade chicken salad ($7.99), or split a Louigi's Supreme pizza, topped with mozzarella, sausage, ham, pepperoni, applewood-smoked bacon, bell peppers, onion, mushroom, tomatoes, and black olives ($9.99) or three-cheese macaroni bake with chicken, applewood-smoked bacon, and mixed cheeses, topped with garlic breadcrumbs and served with two sides ($8.99), with a dining companion.