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March 17, 2013

New Norman eatery S&B’s striving to make burgers an art form

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NORMAN —

With menu items like “The Theta” which includes a burger with mayo, smoked pecan theta sauce, pickles and sharp Cheddar, or “The Colombian” which includes a burger with sea salt and coffee crusted with smoked Cheddar, lettuce, red onion, avocado and cilantro lime salsa, it’s easy to see how the burgers would be a form of self-expression for the restaurant.

“Burgers are an art to us,” he said. “We just like food.”

The menu also includes items such as smothered fries, salads and tacos. Customers can also replace any regular burger patty with a turkey burger patty at no additional cost.

History: Before S&B’s Burger Joint came about, the two owners started out with a little bar in Oklahoma City.

“We were just two guys. We started in Oklahoma City just three-and-a-half years ago with a little bar that we owned with 12 tables in it, we turned a kitchen into it and we just kind of blew up and became S&B’s. The bar no longer exists,” Roper said.

S&B’s got its name by using the first letters of the owner’s first names — Shannon and Bryan.

Norman marks their fourth store opening.

Jessica Bruha

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jbruha@normantranscript.com

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