A foodie benefit for the Nightingale Theater...it needed a new roof badly!
My first stop was at Deco Restaurant Group, these guys were awesome. They were busy but took two seconds to pose anyway. PS, their Bacon Fudge Brownie w/Maple Glaze was UH-MAY-Ziiiiinnng! (aka "amazing" for those that don't speak foodie).
To the left is Brian Biehl, owner of The Alley Gastropub.
house-made focaccia topped with goat cheese and house-made bacon jam. I can't wait to visit your restaurant. After checking out your website, I can tell it's fabulous and as a "True Foodie" I WILL appreciate your menu immensely!
Chef Brandon Wassom and a busy helper of
McNellie's. They served up a Bacon-Stilton Cheesecake w/baby spinach greens, and a warm bacon-mustard dressing. It was absolute creamy, savory awesomeness. I loved the originality of your dish.
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Next I tried Dugan Jack's Beans & BBQ Smokehouse. They're located in Sapulpa.
2713 E. Taft, Sapulpa, OK
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Don't be fooled by their sweet faces...they make a MEAN tender BBQ Beef (see below) They took 1st place and winners of the official Boss Hog of BaconFest 2013 award!
Next, Blue Ox Dining Group represented here as well. This booth was Back Alley BBQ, they served up bacon wrapped baked dates stuffed with blue cheese and smoked almonds. It's one of my favorite football foods to make. I usually stuff mine with cream cheese and pureed jalapenos. Theirs was really, REALLY good.