Local Eats: Lemonade House Grille
Walking into the open, wooden-clad restaurant feels reminiscent of walking into your family’s home for dinner. Filled with antique-fixtures and windows, the genuine pocket doors are from an 1875 Kansas farmhouse. The walls are decked with creative and whimsical decor. Guests are in for a real treat as this antique-chic restaurant serves up freshly squeezed lemonade and American cuisine.
Dennis, Linda and their son Mark Grimes took interest in this new restaurant concept in 2017. After feeling the warmth and energy the restaurant had, they knew they had to bring Lemonade House Grille to Edmond.
Lemonade with a Twist
Lemonade served over ice in a tall mason Jar glass is the restaurant’s specialty. Providing a variety of over 20 mixtures with their freshly squeezed beverage, guests are sure to find a flavor they’ll love. Linda said some of the current customer favorites are the Cherry Bomb with cherry pomegranate and lime, and the Mango Tango with peach and mango. Another favorite for kids and adults, is the Gummy Bear, bursting with blue raspberry and gummy bears.
Craving the original, tart classic? Customers can always opt for an old fashioned lemonade. The restaurant also offers sugar-free options. From time-to-time, themed lemonades shine. Bedlam lemonades and the Rumbling Thunder, a mixture of orange and huckleberry, are hit among regulars and sports fans alike.
Updated American Classics
From the open-face bar to the customer’s table or home, the lemonade is not the restaurant’s only bright spot in the community. The menu features more than 20 specialty burgers, including the 3-Cheese Mac-N-Cheeseburger, Maui Burger, Memphis King, and Philly Cheesesteak Burger. There is something for everybody: hot dogs, chicken tenders, tacos, quesadillas, salads, kids meals, fresh cut curly fries, onion rings, fried pickles and more.
Taco entrees are $2 off on Taco Tuesday, and from 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday kids eat free. Drinks are half off during happy hour from 2-4 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday.
The restaurant’s bacon jam and homemade sauces sets them apart from other burger restaurants in the area. Linda said, “one crown jewel is the maple mustard sauce, which is served alongside our waffle chicken bites.”
A Family Business
Linda and Dennis have been happily married for 43 years, and before opening the doors to Lemonade House Grille, Linda was a nurse auditor for Medicaid. Mark was working in restaurants for many years before taking up the General Manager position. Dennis still works at Globe Marketing and plans to keep the restaurant going strong with his family.
To maintain current safety guidelines, the restaurant utilizes QR Codes to provide touchless menus, keeps every other table empty and sanitizes regularly. The reservable room is available for parties and is free to reserve. Curb-side pickup and delivery is available through DoorDash, Grubhub and UberEats.
For more information visit www.lemonadehousegrille.com or Lemonade House Grille Edmond on Facebook.