One couple, two grandmothers named Betty and a plant-based vision for Oklahoma City

Betty's To-Go owners Dominique Raney, left, and Albreuna Gonzaque pose for a photo April 11 inside their plant-based to-go restaurant in Oklahoma City.

Albreuna Gonzaque and Dominique Raney originally called their plant-based kitchen Just Veg, but when the couple upgraded from selling meal preps and items at Scissortail Park and moved into their own storefront, they decided to commit to a rebrand inspired by two of the biggest inspirations. in their lives.

Now called Betty’s To-Go3604 N May Ave., Suite E, the plant-based restaurant features what the pair calls healthier versions of comfort-food classics, largely inspired by and lovingly named for the two Bettys in their lives — Raney’s grandmother, Betty Marie, and Gonzaque’s grandmother, Betty Jean.

The path to Betty’s is paved with plant-based intentions

“We’ve always had a passion for food, I think like growing up anyone does, but we wanted to challenge ourselves to eat better,” Gonzaque said.


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