Greater Tulsa Reporter
Chef Justin Thompson opened the upscale Prhyme Downtown Steakhouse, 111 N. Main St., in downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District in 2012, adding another high-quality restaurant to his growing portfolio.Read More
Catholic Charities’ 11th annual Cooking Up Compassion is almost here. It will be held Saturday, Feb. 6 in the Tulsa Ballroom at the Cox Business Center. Doors open at 6 p.m.Read More
“We wanted to create a new concept restaurant that features breakfast all day but also has a broad wine selection,” says Ryan Gorman, general manager of Claret Cafe, 3302 W. Kenosha St., which opened in Broken Arrow in September.Read More
White Flag Pub & Grub, 116 S. Elgin Ave., in downtown Tulsa, reopened in October in response to an immediate need.
“I wanted to give my employees at Joe Momma’s Pizza a place to work,” says restaurant Owner Blake Ewing.Read More
When Billy Ray Cooper found the recipe for his Grandma Minnie’s barbecue sauce in her silverware chest, he knew he had found something special.Read More
It’s no secret that the Philbrook Museum of Art is a gem among gems in Tulsa.
Its restaurant, La Villa Restaurant, located on the museum’s lower level, offers a beautiful setting for a relaxing lunch with an eastward facing wall of windows overlooking the museum’s luscious, well-kept gardens.
Bixby’s first IHOP restaurant opened Oct. 19 at 8222 E. 103rd St.
The restaurant seats approximately 160 guests. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days per week.Read More
On Dec. 5, the Tulsa Herb Society will hold Carols and Crumpets, its annual herbal craft fair, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave.Read More
Tulsa’s first food truck court, The Park in the Pearl, opened Sept. 12 at 418 S. Peoria.
The park will feature three food trucks on weekdays with six or more trucks on the weekend.Read More
Philbrook Young Masters Society hosted Mix 2015 at Cain’s Ballroom on Sept. 15 The annual event includes music, mixology, food, and live art and benefits the Museum. Sixteen of the hottest bartenders from across the region competed to be named the best “MIX-ologist.” Event co-chairs Jillian and Will Ihloff were happy with the capacity crowd.Read More
There is something about our city’s creative energy and sense of community that is palpable and makes me proud to be a Tulsan.
Tulsa Fashion Week, which just finished its inaugural event, is one recent example (see page 31). The growth of Tulsa’s creative communities is inspiring to watch.Read More
In January, Michael V’s Restaurant, 8222 E. 103rd St., will celebrate 10 years in business.
Owners, husband and wife team, Michael and Carol Minden opened the restaurant in 2006 with decades of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry.Read More
As construction continues for the Margaritaville at River Spirit Resort and Casino (formally known as the River Spirit Casino Phase II expansion), the hotel tower recently reached the halfway mark at 14 floors. The Margaritaville Casino and Restaurant is scheduled to open in fall 2016, with the 27-story hotel tower opening in late 2016.Read More
New attractions are coming to the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee, 3400 W. Fern Mountain Rd. in Muskogee.
Visitors can enjoy eleven Halloween events at the 60-acre Halloween Theme Park.Read More
The Tulsa State Fair, Oct. 1-11, is back for a “Goat-Tastic” 11 days of food, rides and events.
Free, family-friendly shows take place daily on the fairgrounds including three new shows this year: the Great Cat Experience, Swashchucklers Comedy Pirate Show and the High Diving Pirates. “I’m looking forward to seeing the high divers,” says Fair Manager Amanda Blair. “It’s a pretty shallow pool, but, of course, they’re professionals.”Read More