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NORTHWEST Savory Spice Shop owner Able Blakely opened a temporary kiosk at Penn Square Mall for the holidays. It will be open through January. The main store at 4400 N. Western Ave. offers a variety of spices and herbs from around the world, as well as spice gift sets. The Penn Square shop, on the

Restaurant round-up

Hal Smith Restaurant Group purchased land in Bricktown from Randy Hogan to build KD’s Southern Cuisine. The property, adjacent to Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar and Grill, eventually will feature Kevin Durant’s 10,000-square-foot, upscale, Southern dining concept. Joe Jungmann, co-owner of Paseo Grill and Sauced on Paseo, is heading up the project for HSRG.

Durant’s Dish

Durant plans to be on-site often at the 10,000-square-foot restaurant, which sits along the Bricktown Canal between Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill and Earl’s Rib Palace. It will be worth Durant’s while to be there because he is not just lending his famous name to the eatery; he will own 25% of

KD’s to open in Lower Bricktown

Kevin Durant speaks at the groundbreaking of KD’s in Lower Bricktown. Photo by Shannon Cornman “Basketball has given me a great opportunity to go around the world and taste a lot of different foods,” Durant said. “Hopefully, I have some good taste buds, and hopefully, people enjoy what I like, as well.” In April, developer

Hogan faces opposition on Lower Bricktown project

Hogan first presented plans to OCURA commissioners in April to build an 11,000-square-foot building to house two restaurants. The site is a grassy lot between Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar and Grill and Earl’s Rib Palace. Hogan and his architect, Jason Wint with REES, presented plans that included a main entrance on the south

Keith plans expansion of country music-themed bar chain

The flagship Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill – named for a 2003 song where Keith celebrates a bar that is his “kind of place” – opened in Oklahoma City in 2005 along with one in Las Vegas. The song centers on a raucous watering hole with good times guaranteed for all. Each

Hogan plans building for Lower Bricktown

The Oklahoma County Assessor’s website also offers a hint as to the future tenant. The parcel owner’s detail lists the 0.3086-acre property as “Kevin Durant’s Restaurant (Proposed).” “We really don’t talk about tenants until all the I’s are dotted, the T’s are crossed and the lease is signed,” Hogan told Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Commissioners

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