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Earl's Rib Palace — a great Oklahoma-grown rib joint

By Alaina Stevens Modified: July 12, 2010 at 1:16 pm •  Published: September 11, 2009

The owners are Oklahoma grown, the business is community-oriented, and it’s smoking some tasty meats for patrons to eat.

Four friends, Matt Worsham, Scott Woods, Steve Mason and Richard Rea, opened Earl’s Rib Palace, which has five metro locations, in 1996.

The original location was at 6816 N Western Ave. in Nichols Hills. The other locations have opened gradually since 1996, Worsham said. Patrons can find other Earl’s at 4414 W Reno Ave. in Oklahoma City; 2121 S Broadway in Edmond; 920 SW 25th Street in Moore; and 216 Johnny Bench Drive in Bricktown.

Worsham said Earl’s is family-friendly with coloring books and menus for children. He also said there is something for everyone.

“It’s a great place for ‘dad’ to eat the ribs and the brisket, and the kids can get the burgers,” he said. “We have excellent smoked turkey breast, chicken, and we do have an excellent salad for people who don’t eat meat.”

Each location smokes all of the meats served, and all sides are made fresh daily.

“We have Oklahoma City’s best barbecue,” Worsham said. “It’s a great place to bring out-of-towners, family and friends before the game or to get your to-go food during the football game or after the game.”

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11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Sunday hours vary by location

Bricktown: 272-9898
Oklahoma City: 949-1220
Nichols Hills: 843-9922
Edmond: 715-1166
Moore: 793-7427


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