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The 2019 Black Foodie Summit Recap

In this recap of the 2nd Annual Black Foodie Summit by OKC Black Eats, I visited with each of the vendors to uncover what they offer. Learn about some black-owned restaurants and food caters in the Oklahoma City area. 

Featuring: Vanessa House, Anthem Brewing, Vesa’s Soul Food, NyRea’s Place, Dani’s Desserts, Sylvia’s Homemade Better Cookies, Bentley & Bosh Executive Cleaning, The Poetically Vegan, Brown Cow Bakeshop, Mero, Polk House, Bistro 23, M’EyE Chef, and Chef Paul. Plus, opinions from Nikki Nice and Dave Cathey.

Pryor’s Pizza Kitchen

I visited Pryor’s Pizza Kitchen in Downtown Norman on Tuesday where they bring a unique pizza experience to the metro with their coal-fired oven and specialty pizzas with their own taste profile. Fred Auletta and Tina Adkins discuss in this Uncovering Oklahoma video how their coal-fired oven works, what makes their pizza different, their vegan options, how they’re great for a date night, and what else guests can expect.

Visit Pryor’s Pizza Kitchen at 123 West Main Street in Downtown Norman or their website at PryorsPizzaKitchen.com

Prelude Coffee Roasters

Prelude Coffee Roasters believes coffee is a starting point. Owners Pryce Fischer and Sam Wilson share how they desire for the coffee to be a tool used for creating experiences, evoking memories, and inspiring your new beginning.

I still have plans to release another video on Thursday. There has been an influx of new businesses and I want to try my best to keep up with what’s happening. This was also one of the reasons I renamed my Tuesday Treat series to Creator Conversations and moved that to Wednesday so my videos could be better spaced apart.

Visit Prelude Coffee Roasters for yourself at 3 NE 8th Street in Oklahoma City’s Automobile Alley District inside the 8th Street Market or online at https://preludecoffeeroasters.com/

Dead People’s Stuff

Get lost through the reclaimed and restored finds at Dead People’s Stuff “Architectural Antiques + Design” in Oklahoma City. Curran and Marymar Fudge give a tour of their antique store.

For my patron supporters, I have an uncut version of the tour available here. I cut out several parts for pacing and to keep the video more timeless. They are finishing up their remodel.

Visit Dead People’s Stuff for yourself at 1900 Linwood Blvd in Oklahoma City’s Ironworks District or online at deadpeoplestuffok.com

Press & Plow

Growing from a passion for tea, coffee, meats, and other unique groceries, Press & Plow in Norman brings all those together. Anthony Compagni shares his story about what visitors can expect to find at Press & Plow.

I shot this interview yesterday evening and went back this morning to get more b-roll of various things. It’s a great coffee shop worth checking out. Another thing I like about them is they are away from the college, so it’s a little secluded.

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