Buttermilk the latest to make Paseo a more delicious destination

Published Thursday, March 29, 2018
by Dave Cathey

Whether it's a sign of the apocalypse or just sign of Oklahoma's easygoing approach to gettin' 'er dun, evidence for all to see now exists to suggest the long-promised comeback of the Paseo Arts District is not only happening but might some day end.

The news comes from my most recent attempt to build my life story one biscuit at a time with a visit to the district's latest addition, Buttermilk — the bricks-and-mortar yield of the former Buttermilk Southern Sliders food truck from Todd Woodruff's Day One Concepts.

Buttermilk opened last week next to the new Scratch Kitchen in the Pueblo on Paseo development. Fans of Day One's blockbuster Waffle Champion will recognize the spirit of the menu. And those of you who never understood why anyone would want a waffle as the foundation of a sandwich, Buttermilk offers a large biscuit with crisp edges and a soft center.

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