Cafe Antigua has some of the best breakfast in OKC in my opinion. Pictured in this post is the migas, the usual mix of scrambled eggs with a side of tortillas. Great flavor. Great Guatemalan coffee too. Big fan of the local places and the international places that are local.
Ruth’s Sweete Justice Bakery created amazing cakes highlighting the cars at the 2010 OKC Auto Show. Angi Bruss was on hand with Kyle Roberts for this in depth, hard news story.
Seriously, Ruth’s has some awesome cakes. And I do enjoy cake. And cars for that matter.
Big thanks to OKCMOA Communications Manager Leslie Spears for her help with our coverage of this year’s event. Big time crowd, probably over 1,000 people. Excellent food, as expected.
A couple of notes: bad lighting on the interview. That’s my fault. We shot on the stage where the art raffle was held because it had the most light. Tried to put Dave Cathey and Leslie in front of a light that was aimed at a painting, but that would have blinded them and blown out the image. As it turned out, the FCP 3-way color correction was needed and still looked goofy. Oh well.
I posted a minute teaser of 105degrees Cafe and Academy shot with a Vado HD over the weekend.
Read Cathey’s review of 105degrees here. Do it.
Both Dave and Tanner have eaten at 105degrees. I have not yet. Maybe that’ll change this weekend. If nothing else, I want some of that Elemental coffee they sell. I had some at Table One via their French press. It was impressive.
105degrees Cafe held its media open house on Tuesday. My crew showed up Wednesday afternoon to tape a one-on-one interview with Dara Prentice, Director of Business and External Affairs, and Matthew Kenney, Director of Culinary Arts and Operations.
The Oklahoman’s Dave Cathey interviewed Prentice and Kenney. Tanner Herriott shot the interview. Cathey’s story will appear in Wednesday’s editions of The Oklahoman. Herriott’s video will be posted on NewsOK.com on the same day.
My take on 105degrees: awesome interior, place smelled like a spa, the food sounded incredible. It has a great location, the first business to open in the new, trendy Classen Curve.
Big thanks to PR whiz Rob Crissinger for his help setting up the time and interview with the client.
I shot some footage with my Vado HD. See above for that teaser footage of our upcoming coverage.