Kitchen No. 324
We had one of the most delightful brunches a few weekends ago when we were in Oklahoma City. Kitchen No. 324 was recommended to us multiple times so we knew we had to make it there! It’s located in downtown OKC and is walking distance to many fun attractions.
When we arrived, there was a 25 minute wait. It wasn’t a problem at all as they have plenty of pretty places to sit and relax while waiting for a table. They also have a coffee bar with an enticing selection of pastries to choose from that we definitely indulged in while waiting. The pastries were well worth the calories and our aunt told us it was the best latte she ever had!
Twenty-five minutes later we were sat at a high top with great views of both outside and inside the restaurant. We loved the huge windows that allowed for copious amounts of natural light to fill the space. Fantastic for our food photography as well! Also, our Sony A6000 continues to prove itself as an awesome food & travel camera.
Everything Kitchen No. 324 serves is handcrafted daily. We love their focus on local ingredients that are organic and sustainably farmed. Their menu is inspired by kitchens from all across America and they use classic preparations with exciting flavor pairings and ingredients.
The Smoked Salmon was a favorite and came with a baked bagel, whipped cream cheese, capers, red onions, salmon roe and crispy potatoes.
It’s no secret that we love Southern cooking so, naturally, we had to try the Fried Green Tomato Benedict comprised of two perfectly poached eggs, fried green tomatoes, hollandaise, homemade English muffins and crispy potatoes. They were delicious!
If you are wanting to try more than one entree or are feeling like something on the lighter, healthier side you can also select multiple vegetable side options. Our dad did this and loved everything he ordered! Again, he’s the one who inspired Emily to go to culinary school and introduced us to foods from around the world and is an incredible cook himself. His palate is superb so when he says something is good and well done we know it is!
Next time we’re in OKC we’ll be visiting Kitchen No. 324 again and will save room for dessert! Who could pass up that gorgeous chocolate cake below?! Yum!
Again, the space is lovely and also located in one of OKC’s most historical buildings. It’s well worth the visit and then after eating all of the delicious food you can walk it off by exploring all that the city has to offer.
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Other posts featuring Oklahoma City favorites: The Ultimate Oklahoma City Weekend Itinerary, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Where to Stay in OKC: Ambassador Hotel
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