Originally posted on FEBRUARY 28, 2019 by the OK Gazette. FOOD & DRINK » GAZEDIBLES. Article found at https://www.okgazette.com/oklahoma/gazedibles-legacy-building/Content?oid=5735293

Gazedibles: Legacy-building

To honor the final week of Black History Month, we are highlighting seven black-owned restaurants in the metro that opened in the past few years.

By  Jacob Threadgill with photos by Alexa Ace, provided and Gazette / file

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Big O’s Pork & Dreams

285 S. Santa Fe Ave., Edmond

porkanddreams.com | 405-432-4115

Another successful leap from food truck to brick-and-mortar came with the opening of Big O’s late last year. Affable owner Owen Wilson has taken his background as a youth counselor and paired it with his family’s hickory-smoked barbecue tradition to develop a unique operation. Big O’s works in conjunction with the DreamCAST Development Program, which partners with local schools to find deserving youths to mentor and help them achieve their dreams.

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