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Masa Offers South American Fare in South Tulsa

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

After opening their Masa food truck two years ago, owners Chad Wilcox and Robert Carnoske added a South Tulsa location last year. Due to Carnoske’s Colombian heritage, Wilcox and Carnoske built Masa’s menu around South American flavors but with North American twists.

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Cereal Cafe Opens

BOWL-N-SPOON: Scott and Jamie Horton, center, co-owners of Bowl-n-Spoon Cereal Bar, stand in the cereal cafe with employees Rachel Stacy and Leighton Hopkins. Bowl-n-Spoon opened in July at 4510 S. Peoria Ave. in Brookside and offers 30 cereal options and 20 topping choices. The cafe also features a Ronnoco Coffee bar, waffles and desserts. Hours for Bowl-n-Spoon are Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-8 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 7 a.m.-10 p.m.

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Pei Wei Chooses Tulsa as Test Market

Asian-inspired fast casual restaurant Pei Wei has chosen Tulsa to serve as a test market for 17 original dishes and for the introduction of a new restaurant design.

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Tulsa-Based Orchestras Complement OK Mozart

By GLENDA RICE COLLINS

Three well-established Oklahoma orchestras recently played a significant role in advancing Oklahoma’s premiere music festival OK Mozart (OKM) during a pivotal year for the week-long event, held June 11-18 at the Bartlesville Community Center (BCC). Those three orchestras are Tulsa Symphony Orchestra (TSO), principal guest conductor Daniel Hege; Signature Symphony at TCC (SSTCC), artistic director and conductor Andrés Franco; and Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra (BSO), music director and conductor Lauren Green.

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Tulsa State Fair Increases Offerings

By EMILY RAMSEY

Exciting changes are coming for the Tulsa State Fair and Expo Square. Future changes include the construction of a permanent main stage on the Expo Square grounds and the addition of seating plazas along the Fair’s Midway.

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FlyingTee Brings Dining Options to Riverwalk

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

FlyingTee opened in Jenks on June 7. For everyone who has visited the golf entertainment facility, they know that it is for more people than just golf enthusiasts.
The entertainment venue is located at the northern end of Riverwalk Crossing, with, in addition to golf, three restaurant offerings, one on each floor, of its building.

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BTW Class of 1966 to Host Golden Oldies Party

By CHUCK CISSEL

The Booker T. Washington High School Class of 1966 is thrilled to announce as part of their 50th class reunion a fun-filled, music celebration titled Golden Oldies but Goodies Party, Friday, July 29 at the Cox Business Center. A night of “Baby Boomer” hits from the 1960s, 1970s, disco era to current hits like “Happy” by Pharrell.

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Texas de Brazil Comes to Tulsa

In June, Texas de Brazil opened its first Oklahoma location in Woodland Hills Mall. The 7,500-square-foot restaurant seats 210 guests and features an open-view grill in the dining area, a wine wall, and a bar and lounge area.

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Polo Grill to Hold Salmon and Chocolate Festival

Polo Grill is getting geared up for its 21st annual Salmon and Chocolate Festival.
The festival is focused on featuring fresh Pacific Northwest and Alaskan salmon and innovative chocolate desserts during the entire month of July. The kick-off dinner will be held July 6 at 6:30 p.m. It will feature a five-course dinner with a wine pairing of hand-picked selections from Oregon and Washington wineries. Visit pologrill.com to view the menu.

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Eclectic, Fresh Dishes on Display at Rusty Crane

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

When Lee Brennan opened his restaurant Rusty Crane, 109 N. Detroit Ave., in the Brady Arts District in October 2012, it could be said that, at that moment, two of his dreams were being accomplished.

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Lobeck Taylor Foundation Launches Kitchen 66

By EMILY RAMSEY

On May 3, the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF) opened the doors of one of its newest programs Kitchen 66, a food entrepreneurial space. The open house event introduced the community to the space, located at 907 S. Detroit Ave. in downtown Tulsa, and showcased some of the participating businesses.

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Bluestone Steak House Emphasizes Pure Ingredients

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Purity and quality. That neatly and clearly sums up the mission of Bill Tackett, local restaurateur and chef, who became owner of Bluestone Steak House and Seafood Restaurant, 10032 S. Sheridan Rd., with his wife, Sharon, in 2014.

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Cajun Ed’s Annual CrawFest Returns May 14

On May 14, Cajun Ed’s Hebert’s Specialty Meats, located at 2101 E. 71st St., just west of Lewis Avenue, will host CrawFest 2016, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

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The Rooftop Offers Casual, Outdoor Dining

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

The Rooftop, 214 S. Main St., opened in Broken Arrow’s Rose District in 2014 as the second restaurant for Jason Scarpa on Main Street. He first opened Main Street Tavern, 200 S. Main St., in 2011 and took ownership of In the Raw Broken Arrow, 216 S. Main St., in 2015. Scarpa plans to open a Main Street Tavern location in Claremore in the early part of this year.

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Roka Offers Asian Dishes with American Twist

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Roka Bar and Asian Flavors, 1616 S. Utica Ave., opened in February after a lengthy and extensive renovation project in the former Te Kei’s Chinese Asian Kitchen location.

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