Greater Tulsa Reporter
“It’s comfortable; the food is simple and beautiful,” says Sonny Dalesandro, of Dalesandro’s, the cozy yet trendy restaurant that his father opened more than two decades ago, which is nestled unassumingly at 1742 S. Boston Ave.Read More
Tulsans certainly don’t suffer from a lack of choices when it comes to finding a place for their morning pick-me-up. Tulsa is home to quite the quantity of coffee shops, all of them with their individualized atmospheres, flavor profiles and, for some, roasting techniques.Read More
Bubba-Q-Boys, a Tulsa-based competitive BBQ team, has recently packaged its award-winning BBQ rub for at-home grilling and smoking meat.Read More
Raising Cane’s began in Louisiana in 1996, and while it quickly became known for its chicken fingers, company founder Todd Graves endeavors to use his company for a purpose beyond food, one of community and employee focus.Read More
Teresa Banks, who opened Café Seville, 10021 S. Yale Ave., in the award-winning Shops of Seville shopping plaza in mid-September, is no stranger to the demands of running a business or a kitchen.Read More
Five years ago, when I visited Portland, Ore., for the first time, I remember my friend taking me by a parking lot filled with food trucks and thinking, well, I don’t remember thinking much of anything except, Hmm, that’s different. The food truck movement had yet to hit my hometown so ordering my food from a mobile mechanism was not yet much in my realm of consciousness.Read More
Although carnival rides and food may be what many individuals first think of when preparing to attend the Tulsa State Fair, to be held this year Sept. 25-Oct. 5, the fair’s long list of educational and agricultural activities proves that the 11-day event is staying true to its farming roots.Read More
On July 17, Tulsa’s Table, a project of StoneSoup Community Venture, hosted its second “pay what you can” community café. The event took place at the Thornton Family YMCA located at 5002 South Hudson.Read More
The Vault, while not far off the beaten track in downtown Tulsa’s Deco District, does take a little searching for first-time guests.
“But once you find it, you never forget it,” says Proprieter Libby Auld.
And the building is worth the search.
FOOD, BEER, MUSIC: From left, Wild Brew event co-chair Wade Huntsman, Fellowship of Oklahoma Ale Makers President Jeff Pursley, Choc Beer Company’s Adrian Barrera and Wild Brew event co-chair Mary Vrooman prepare for Wild Brew on Aug. 23 at the Cox Business Center. The event will feature food from local restaurants, national and local artisan brewers and live music by Mid-Life Crisis.Read More
I never cease to be amazed at the things I am constantly finding in the nooks and crannies of Tulsa, besides the new events and activities regularly appearing, let’s not forget the local history and longtime, faithful business owners who come together to make up our city’s past and future.Read More
The historic Green Corn Festival returns to Charley Young park June 26-28. The festival’s heritage, created by then-resident Clyde Miller as a celebration of the corn growing season, continues today with a similar theme of celebration, community, food and music.Read More
When I was little, like a lot of children my age, ask me what I wanted to do when I grew up, if the perpetual book in my face didn’t answer the question, my quick response of “author” would.Read More
For decades, the month of May has always been synonymous with Mayfest. However, in recent years, other festivals and activities have cropped up. This year is no exception.Read More
How many of you have been in the Barnes and Noble Bookstore on 41st Street and noticed several people hunched over game boards, playing one of America’s favorite pastimes? No, not chess but Scrabble. Few people know there is an official Tulsa Scrabble Club right here in Green Country, and it meets twice a week in the coffee shop at B&N.Read More