Went there for lunch during the week.
For OKC, this place is surprisingly "hip", I think it's the atmosphere of Midtown.
To say the least, a variety of micro-brewed beers and sandwich menus are available.
I was torn to pieces and settled on the "Cortez". Despite the cooking oil, the sacred cow is good, and the onion rack is also excellent.
We traveled to OKC on the weekend and found this restaurant while researching. The location is good, close to a small, hippie shopping area. We are all fans of Moscow mules, so we knew immediately what we were ordering. We tried raw and dark and stormy, but not too dull (plus no copper cups!) It was served in a mason jar. The food is good, we have the BLT of cheese, it is very good. I can't eat French fries, they have a strange aftertaste to me. In general, I am willing to come back and try more menu items, but I will avoid mules and I will definitely bring a jacket if I eat inside!