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Episode Info: Want video? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: We discuss our successes and failures regarding our “trying new restaurants and bars in OKC” New Year’s resolutions and what we’ve found so far. We talk about Chamber member 84 Hospitality’s new Little Market and Burger Punk concepts and other Paseo-area spots, preview the 2020 legislative session, and talk regional economic development. We also have a great interview with Mike Knopp, where we discuss the new Bar K dog park/bar development, new surf facility, Olympic trials, the indoor erg challenge at the Bart and Nadia Sports Experience event and more! Stay tuned for a preview of episode 10, wherein we take the show on the road… Want show archives? Links, Chamber members and resources mentioned in this episode: Former transmission shop ready to welcome guests with a local brew (Social Capital): McNellie’s Public House OKC: New restaurant roundup: Paseo Arts District: Little Market: Gun Izakaya: Burger Punk: 2020 Chamber legislative agenda unveiled: Smart and Safe OK County Criminal Justice Task Force: Greater OKC Chamber Public Policy Guide: The ins and outs of regional economic development: Q&A with Richard Clements: OKC Boathouse Foundation wins Outdoor Foundation Grant: A River’s Rise: the story of the Oklahoma River: OKC RIVERSPORT Adventures: Bar K operators excited about future site in Boathouse District: Bart & Nadia Sports Experience: COOP Ale Works announces plans to redevelop historic 23rd Street Armory: COOP Ale Works: Sign up for a weekly VeloCity email to stay up on what’s going down in OKC:
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