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The Red Cup
3122 N. Classen Blvd.
redcupokc.com
525-3430

This
earthy, hippie dive frequently features chef specials. Red Cup’s
apricot squares will change your life. Every Thursday, enjoy a
completely vegan three- to four-course dinner.

The Earth Cafe & Deli
746 Asp, Norman
573-5933

From
garlic naan and palak paneer to black bean burgers on German rye bread
with a side of roasted sweet potatoes, it’s pretty easy to fill your
belly with a healthy mess of fruits and veggies.

The Wedge Pizzeria
4709 N. Western
thewedgeokc.com
602-3477

The
specials board lists the local produce available for the day. Ask your
server to surprise you with a pie loaded with fresh fruits and veggies,
and wash it all down with a local brew.

Local
2262 W. Main, Norman
eatatlocal.com
928-5600

The
main goal of this Norman eatery is to create delicious dishes that
support Oklahoma sustainability. Make $2 slider night a weekly
tradition, with options including beef or all-veggie patties.

The Mule
1630 N. Blackwelder
themuleokc.com
601-1400

Go
eat the Okie poutine today. Seriously, just do it. The beer-battered
fries are drenched in house white gravy and Watonga cheese curds. Cruise
the “leave a drink” wall, and maybe leave one for a friend.

Ludivine
805 N. Hudson
ludivineokc.com
778-6800

The
pork is delivered straight from Walnut Creek Farms in Waynoka, and
foraging for in-season ingredients takes place regularly. Like Ludivine
on its Facebook page to catch Monday blue-plate specials.

Native Roots
131 N.E. Second
nativerootsmarket.com
310-6300

Tomatoes,
onions, squash, cabbage, green onions and eventually peaches — that’s
what you can get in-store that’s grown from Oklahoma soils. Check out
the daily soup and salad specials.

Photos by Shannon Cornman, Mark Hancock and Heather Brown

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