In Oklahoma City, we have a lot of restaurants. Most of them are chain places like Olive Garden, Chili's or Applebee's. You know, places that suck. We also have a bunch of restaurants that are local and for some unknown reason popular. Vote for which one of these is the worst after the jump.
BJ's made the list because it received a lot of nominations when we announced the "Worst of OKC." So, we decided to go ahead and add it to the list, even though it's not a "local" restaurant. Adding BJ's caused a bit of controversy in the Ogle clan. I enjoy BJ's quite a bit, but Clark Matthews claims he hasn't been there since he got married. Sarah and Wendy really didn't have a comment. Sam cried.
(Irritating Irritated Tulsan doesn't know if BJ's exist in Tulsa. They probably don't.)
This is the most overrated high dollar restaurant in the metro. They serve their food family style. If I order a $40 steak, I want to know that I'm getting my own fair share of asparagus and mashed potatoes. Seriously, I don't want to have to wrestle my brother for the last damn mushroom.
When they bring your overrated Caesar salad at Charleston's, they should also give you a lantern, compass, and old treasure map just to help you find your food on the table. It is so dark in Charleston's that Mark Rodgers could be making out with Smokin' Joe Burton in the booth in front of you and you wouldn't even notice.
The food at Falcone's is decent. But there is something irritating about paying $25 for a large pizza that can barely feed you and your perverted roommate. They try to be authentic tough guy Italians, but dear god, they have a restaurant in Edmond and Bricktown. If they really wanted to be tough, they would open a shop next to Bobo's Chicken.
Ted's Cafe Escondido
Waiting hours to bang a hot chick or ride a roller coaster is okay, but to eat Mexican food that you can easily make at home with Campbell's nacho cheese soup? That's stupidity. But of course, there are a bunch of stupid people in the world. Just ask The Sports Animal.