Buttersweet Cakes made Edna's the coolset 25th Anniversary cake ever.
April 6, 2013 Written by Linda Roy
"E is for Edna’s.
Edna’s, 5137 N. Classen, is home to one of Oklahoma City’s most classic cocktails: the infamous Lunchbox. If you’ve never had one, you shouldn’t be allowed to live in this city. If you have, make sure you take all out-of-town guests to delight in the weird wonder that is a Lunchbox." (read full article)
On Christmas Eve, I rolled up to Edna's, a Sooner mainstay famous for what may be the world's greatest elixir, the Lunchbox (a mixture Coors Light, Amaretto, and orange juice served in a chilled glass). If you ever make it to this twister-torn state and arrive a little thirsty, remember that it's tradition to take down this $4 liquid bliss in a single Adam's-apple-bobbing chug.(read full article)
Edna's makes the cover of the May 2010 edition of the Edmond Outlook!
"Edna’s: Technically just off Western. A local institution, known for Edna herself dancing on the bar to “Great Balls of Fire” and also for their deliciously addictive Lunchboxes. Get there early to secure your table for the night!"
"Be sure to check out Edna’s Restaurant and Club if your travels take you to Oklahoma City - and be sure to bring a dollar bill, as they’re always looking for new artistic talent." (View full story)
Published by: Brett Rogstad, May 06, 2009
November 12, 2007
"22. Remodel Edna’s: Replace the $1 bills stuck on the wall with $5 bills.
Since they created and marketed the Lunch Box, Edna’s has become pretty much the best bar in Oklahoma City. Now that the bar is more popular, it needs to be remodeled. An easy way to do this (while keeping it’s divy charm) is to replace all the decorated George Washingtons with Abe Lincolns"
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