The Good Dog’s meaty menu is stuffed with snugly bunned, cheese-sprinkled Americana, which its white-hatted staff sling gracefully into the open mouths of hungry Oklahomans. Staples such as the Plain Ol’ hot dog ($1.20) sate hamburger-weary clientele, while the Frito-chili pie ($3.79) coats palates with a heartily savory alternative to dessert pies made from sugar cubes and melted Pixie Stix. As The Andy Griffith Show animates the eatery’s black-and-white TV, the double-coney combo ($3.99) employs chips, a soft drink, and two chili-and-cheese-slathered dogs to re-enlist taste buds that have retired prematurely. The three-way chili ($3.99 à la carte, $5.49 for combo), on the other plate, subtly synthesizes spaghetti, beef, and beans, designing a tasty exercise for convincing unmotivated mouths to chew at least 11 times before swallowing.
Waves of warmth ripple out from the oven, softening pale whorls of cream-cheese frosting and curlicues of caramel syrup. Sheila, the baker, bustles among miniature confections, sprinkling fistfuls of oreo crumbs, pressing candied pecans into frosting, and making sure that the cupcakes are not just actual cakes off in the distance. Colorful paper wrappers cradle the sweets, which are forged with pumpkin batter, chocolate cake, butter-pecan dough, and spice cake with apple-pie filling.
Frosted Tops' miniature cakes are an art form—a delicious fusion of creative flavors and eye-catching designs. Mini, regular, and jumbo-size cupcakes appeal to all appetites, their buttercream frostings mixing with seasonal and everyday flavors. Cupcake shots come with a small shot cup in the center, allowing pairings of beverages with each cake, such as milk with Oreo cupcakes and Bailey’s with chocolate-espresso cake. Cupcake bouquets bloom with rose-like toppings of frosting, reminiscent of flowers not only in their appearance but in their fleeting nature and ability to attract swarms of bees. The bakers also mix up batches of whoopie pies and cake pops and can ship or deliver their divine desserts.
Shiloh's Restaurant's homestyle fare is born of the love and dedication of several generations of restaurateurs. The Hermann and Rodgers families have more than 50 years' experience in the kitchen, and although they're retired, entrepreneurial pros Grandma Ethel and Great-Grandma Gladys still oversee the recipe book to ensure quality.
Following these thoroughly scrutinized instructions, chefs cook up a well-rounded menu of all-day country breakfasts, meaty sandwiches, and pan-fried country steak. At tables, Shiloh's signature housemade rolls are always on hand to sop up leftover homestyle gravy and goulash. And to ensure that no mouth is left unfed, chefs also serve up their piping-hot comfort food to offices, parties, and the hungry families of vacationing grandmothers.
FreshBerry serves up low-fat and non-fat frozen treats with a menu of mouth-cooling, low-calorie flavors available toward inner-igloo-building. Choose from a Craig Biggio's uniform number's worth of yogurt options: FreshBerry tart, decadent dark chocolate, vanilla (with no sugar added), acai berry, classic strawberry, mango, and pomegranate. Each flavor contains live and active yogurt cultures—probiotics that act as personal assistants to your digestive system. FreshBerry fare is available in small 5 oz. ($3.99), medium 7 oz. ($4.99), and large 11.5 oz. ($5.99) serving sizes.