Poe Bouyz House Sneak Peek Tour

Many drivers along I-35 in Oklahoma City have seen a strange, crooked building and wondered what it was. People have guessed everything from a daycare to an art gallery, a contractor’s revenge, an insurance agency, to just someone’s house.

The answer: a seafood restaurant called Poe Bouyz House.

Poe Bouyz House - photo by Dennis Spielman

The owner and builder, Tony Howard, started construction back in April 2015. Poe Bouyz House has been a passion project for him, working on it bit by bit whenever he had extra time and money to invest. He’s taken his time with the restaurant so when it opens, he won’t have a huge debt to some bank and be worrying about his bottom line. If you want to help out, contribute to this Go Fund Me campaign.

Poe Bouyz House - photo by Dennis Spielman

My original guess of the building being an art gallery wasn’t far off. During my one-on-one tour with Tony, he shared details of a Vegas style decor complete with a 3D underwater painting on the floor, a VIP area upstairs, and a bar surrounded by a waterfall. Poe Bouyz House also features a rooftop waterfall, which to both of our knowledge, is the only waterfall on a roof in the state and perhaps the country. He said people have thought the building sprung a leak when he turns on his waterfall.

Tony is hoping to open Poe Bouyz House in October. He wishes to allow people to enjoy the patio seating before the weather gets cold.

For more details about Poe Bouyz House, including the story behind the theme and the food offerings, watch the sneak peek video tour.


Thank you to our supporters on Patreon for helping make this video possible! Watch the previous video on an actual art gallery, Oklahoma Contemporary, and the teaser trailer for my upcoming documentary, Inviting Art.

Dennis Spielman

I'm Dennis Spielman, the Owner and Producer of Uncovering Oklahoma. In short, I’m a creative person that writes imaginative stories for books, movies, and shows. More about my projects are at DennisSpielman.com

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6 Responses

  1. Cynthia Hopper says:

    I most definitely will be trying it out

  2. Marcus T Hayes says:

    Tony is a BOSS!

  3. Kristi Stromberg says:

    Awesome!!! Can’t wait to try it out!

  4. Lawrence Penney says:

    I don’t want to be a Debbie downer .but if we as minority people use other minority people contractors to do our (electrical work)we can and will help to bring up our community!

  5. Anxious to try out the restaurant, but more excited to the decor.

  6. Nishia says:

    I promise his PO’boy is the truth… i really miss his food truck

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