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True, Oklahomans are quick to let you know their home state features some of the country’s best barbecue, family-friendly food festivals, and tons of fun-filled foodie tours.
For instance, festival-bound visitors would be remiss not planning their itinerary around events like the Oklahoma State Fair, taking place in September in Oklahoma City, or the Tulsa Oktoberfest.
Similarly, one of OK’s most prized dishes is celebrated in earnest at the Fried Onion Burger Day Festival, held annually in El Reno on the first Saturday in May.
No festival going on during your visit? No worries; check out downtown Oklahoma City, where a host of excellent BBQ restaurants line the sidewalks, including favorites like Earl’s Rib Palace and Iron Starr Urban Barbecue.
The meat is falling off the bone in metro areas like Tulsa, Norman, Moore, and Lawton, as top-rated restaurants like Van’s Pig Stand, Burn Co. Barbecue, and Bad Brad’s offer up some of the tangiest and spiciest BBQ in the state.
Even better, let an local expert show you the best places to grub on one of the state’s excellent foodie-friendly tours. Foodie Foot Tours is one of the best in OKC, while there are tons of winery tours available all across the state, from the Great Plains to the hills of the southeast.
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