The County Line - Gabriella's Italian Grill

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Gabriella’s Italian Grill, formerly The County Line barbecue restaurant, is housed in a building that has been a Prohibition-era dance hall, a gambling establishment and a bordello. Legend has it that the joint was a favorite hangout of famed gangster Pretty Boy Floyd. One ghost known to reside here is Russell, a playboy murdered by a jealous husband near the fireplace. Witnesses have described voices, cups that fly off of draining racks, and wine glasses rattling for no apparent reason.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1226 NE 63rd St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
United States

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GPS:
35.5361466, -97.48799179999997
County:
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Lake Aluma, OK (2.6 mi.)
Forest Park, OK (3.2 mi.)
Nichols Hills, OK (3.6 mi.)
The Village, OK (4.0 mi.)
Oklahoma City, OK (5.0 mi.)
Smith Village, OK (6.1 mi.)
Spencer, OK (6.3 mi.)
Del City, OK (7.0 mi.)
Warr Acres, OK (7.4 mi.)
Midwest City, OK (7.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.gabriellasokc.com

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