Scratch joins Paseo neighborhood

Published Wednesday, February 7, 2018
by Dave Cathey

Scratch Kitchen opened its newest location in the Pueblo and Paseo development Friday, signaling what hopefully is the beginning of the end of the city's longest ongoing comeback.

The new Scratch, 607 NW 28, is a much cozier rendition of the original on Main Street in Norman. Edison bulbs and glass conjure a bright, energetic atmosphere packed for 46 seats, including 20 at the bar.

That's in stark contrast to the original, which seats more than 150. But the food is exactly as chef Jacque Methvin makes it in Norman, and Kristin Weddendorf brings her considerable skills behind the bar to the space.

"We make all of our cocktails from scratch," Weddendorf said. "We go to great lengths to make sure the food and drink are consistent no matter what location you visit."

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