By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2018
HoneyBaked Ham Co. and Cafe in Tulsa celebrated their opening in 2003 and Lee Griffin became the Owner/Operator in 2010. The Tulsa store serves families, businesses and organizations throughout the Tulsa Metro. Lee says, “Our mission is to celebrate life one meal at a time.
By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2018
The Pink House is famous for their scrumptious edibles, made fresh daily. Their incredible quiche, sandwiches, salads, and decadent desserts are undeniably addicting. Online ordering is accessible on the website for take-out, but call-in orders are also welcome. Catering is also available within the Belvidere Mansion, or anywhere in the surrounding area for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The catering menu offers a wide selection; however, custom orders can be arranged. A multigenerational family business, The Pink House is eager to provide the tools necessary for the most successful celebrations achievable, including weddings, parties, meetings, reunions, showers, or any other event. The possibilities are endless with multiple areas in the Belvidere and on the grounds for hosting.
By: Value News | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2018
Bedlam typically is associated with the OU/OSU rivalry; however, they have recognized the deep association of notable Indian nations along with the state’s more notable cowboys, taking Bedlam to a different level – Cowboys & Indians.
By: Value News | Category: Restaurants | Issue: October 2018
The Picasso Café understands that eating is more than just food, it is a total experience. The café is full of people that embody such a theory. It appeals to people that enjoy food and enjoy the atmosphere.
By: Value News | Category: Restaurants | Issue: September 2018
After over a decade of raising awareness for made in Oklahoma products, The MIO Coalition recognized that consumers in our state not only want to shop for local products at the grocery store, but they also want to support the Oklahoma restaurants that incorporate locally produced food and beverage items into their menu’s. Thus, in an effort to make this information more readily available to Oklahoma consumers the MIO Restaurant Program was born.
By: The Made In Oklahoma Coalition (MIO) | Category: Restaurants | Issue: August 2018
The Restaurant of the Month promotion was implemented to provide additional support and recognition to MIO restaurant members that go above and beyond the baseline requirements for membership by offering a robust selection of MIO products to their patrons. After each restaurant of the month is selected, a public voting process is implemented at the beginning of the next calendar year to determine who will be named MIO Restaurant of the Year. The winner of the MIO Restaurant of the Year campaign will receive a plaque of recognition, free advertising through MIO, a special feature on the MIO website and social media platforms as well as a $1,000 donation to the food bank of their choice.
By: Value News | Category: Restaurants | Issue: August 2018
Wings. Beer. Sports. Football season is almost here. Thursday, September 6th is the first scheduled NFL game. Buffalo Wild Wings, affectionately called B-Dubs by fans across the country, caters to Fantasy Football enthusiasts by providing a free Pepsi NFL Commissioner Draft kit.
By: John Rudolph | Category: Restaurants | Issue: May 2018
The Made in Oklahoma Coalition, founded in the year 2000, is a group of 70+ Oklahoma food manufacturers, growers and producers dedicated to promoting brand awareness for Oklahoma made food and beverage products. The NIO Coalition has selected Iron Star Urban BBQ to be their May Restaurant of the Month.
By: Dana Pugh | Category: Restaurants | Issue: April 2018
April’s Restaurant of the Month is Lambrusco’z to Go! Stop by one of their two Tulsa deli locations for sandwiches, baked goods, frozen casseroles, dinner, side items and so much more. They also offer a convenient subscription service with their Meals To Go program, with meals delivered right to your door on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
By: Dana Pugh | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2018
The Made in Oklahoma Coalition, founded in the year 2000, is a group of 70+ Oklahoma food manufacturers, growers and producers dedicated to promoting brand awareness for Oklahoma made food and beverage products.
By: Teresa Bond-Mason | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2017
Santa Fe Cattle Co. in Broken Arrow is celebrating its 10-year anniversary of serving the freshest hand-cut steaks, not to mention great tasting barbecue and loads of other Southwest favorites, including fajitas, enchiladas and tacos.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2017
Each Thanksgiving day Eddie pays back the community of Broken Arrow by offering a Free Thanksgiving For All Event from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. “This is my way of saying thank you to all who have supported me in business,” he says. Any and everyone is invited and no one has to pay. Although many patrons and their families become a part of the day by volunteering to work and/or making donations, it really is free to those who come to eat.
By: Kristi Roe-Owen | Category: Restaurants | Issue: July 2017
This destination is all about the food experience. If you consider yourself a foodie or epicure, the best way to experience White River might just be to order several meals and dig in family style. Just don’t forget to order onion rings and possibly write a sonnet about how amazing they are later on.
By: Dana Pugh | Category: Restaurants | Issue: June 2017
Jersey Mikes is known for their legendary sandwiches, always sliced and grilled when you order so they’re as fresh as you can get. Delicious “Mike’s Way” with onions, lettuce tomatoes, red wine vinegar and a special blend of oil and spices, or made just how you like it on authentic Jersey bread, they are the only chain in the country that serves Certified Angus Beef deli meat. Jersey Mike's has much more to offer than their unbelievably tasty and fresh food.
By: Seana Warren | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2017
Picture the island of Ischia, Italy. Yes, it is truly as breathtaking as it sounds. Neighbors, friends and family gather around the brick oven if the backyard and talk about their day for hours. This is a daily ritual in Ischia, and thanks to Your Pie, authentic brick oven meals can be part of your daily wind-down, too.
By: Erica Ludwig | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2017
Residing in the heart of downtown Broken Arrow, Toast is the perfect place for brunch dates or a gathering of friends over breakfast tacos and mimosas. Servers greet you like an old friend while upholding professional service.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2016
Honey Baked Ham Co. and Cafe of Tulsa opened doors in 2003. Lee Griffin became the Owner/Operator in 2010 and currently serves families, businesses and organizations throughout the Tulsa Metro.
By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2016
Once again Hebert’s Specialty Meats is ready to take orders for those extra special Cajun style Thanksgiving dinners. Many a table will include favorite holiday meats with just the right amount of spicy seasonings to add a little heat to every mouth-watering bite.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: October 2016
Honey Baked Ham Co. and Cafe of Tulsa does it all to please their customers. This unique business was opened in 2003 and current Owner/Operator Lee Griffin took over the helm in 2010. Families and businesses across the country recognize Honey Baked ham, turkey and specialty products as a superior holiday and everyday choice for families, businesses and clients. Select from packaged products or make your own custom package.
By: Kristen Ware | Category: Restaurants | Issue: September 2016
In conjunction with September’s national Hunger Action Month, area restaurants are helping the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma fight childhood hunger in eastern Oklahoma by participating in Tulsa’s tenth annual Restaurant Week September 10 – 19.
By: Kristi Roe-Owen | Category: Restaurants | Issue: August 2016
Full Moon Café is a perennial Tulsa favorite that’s getting a long awaited makeover, thanks to a team of gifted restaurant veterans under the charge of Barrett Byrd. In a world overpopulated by mind-bogglingly complex artisan foods and mashups, Full Moon Café has always been an oasis of rib-sticking crowd-pleasers in a chill, less than pretentious atmosphere.
By: Julie Alexander | Category: Restaurants | Issue: June 2016
Some Saturday mornings, Alana Kennon feels like she has seven kids instead of three. A busy mom of avid soccer players, Kennon found a way to simplify things: When it’s her turn to provide snacks to the team, Kennon calls Donut Run, a new concept in food delivery. Rather than spending precious time in a drive-through or at the store, Kennon has the snack delivered directly to the soccer field.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2016
The Tim and Patty Rich family own five McDonald’s locations, three in Owasso, one in Claremore and one in Mannford. Son Chris Rich manages the newly remodeled store just south of Claremore on Historic Route 66.
By: Kristy White | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2016
Tulsa-based Mazzio’s LLC, the owner and operator of Mazzio’s Italian Eatery and Oliveto Italian Bistro, has named Stuart Myers, an experienced restaurant industry veteran, as its new vice president of marketing.
By: Jim Butcher | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2015
The Pink House of Owasso opened its doors to serve customers on November 2, and owner Margo Stewart and her daughter Shari Beguin report that it has been an excellent opening month of business.
By: Jim Butcher | Category: Restaurants | Issue: October 2015
For the past couple of weeks, the 79 McDonald’s restaurants in Green Country have been enjoying an edge on the chain’s 14,300-plus locations in the United States, by offering a limited breakfast menu beginning on September 14.
By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2015
Wing lovers get excited – Mazzio’s is co-branding with Wing Run® Wings to offer a choice of new boneless or traditional wings in a wide variety of flavors starting …
By: Christopher Davis | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2014
Fall is without a doubt the most beautiful season in Tulsa, and The Hamlet at 91st and Sheridan has just added a patio and full bar, making it the perfect location to enjoy the weather.
By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Restaurants | Issue: February 2014
Tulsa-based Mazzio’s LLC, owner and operator of the Mazzio’s Italian Eatery and Oliveto Italian Bistro brands, has named Sheri Miksa, an industry veteran with over 2…
By: Christopher Davis | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2013
December marks the second anniversary of Top That! Pizza at Tulsa Hills. Be sure to stop in for a delicious, wallet-friendly lunch or dinner while you’re out finishing your holiday shopping.
By: Christopher Davis | Category: Restaurants | Issue: June 2013
Tijuana’s Grill & Cantina is owned by Francisco Barbosa. Mr. Barbosa has been running Tijuana’s for about nine years, when he and his brother opened up their original location in Tulsa.
By: Lorrie Ward | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2012
When you hear the word “hamlet,” you may think of an idyllic village with cozy, thatched cottages set in a medieval countryside. Or you may think of the famous Shakespeare play by the same name.
By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2011
When it comes to food, friends, family and festivities, nobody does it like the Cajuns. And for holiday celebrations, there is one place in Tulsa to find this passion for good food and zest for life.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: April 2011
Alsultan Mediterranean Grill & Bakery has been open for business at 51st & Mingo for about five months. According to owner Moe Alhilalat, “All our food is chopped and prepared fresh daily.
By: Susan Erler | Category: Restaurants | Issue: April 2011
One local Owasso restaurant is proud to have one of the “best of the best” in their employ. McDonald’s General Manager Shannon McDonald was recently named a winner of the prestigious Ray Kroc Award.
By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2011
Mazzio’s Italian Eatery is bringing back Ken’s Original Thin and Crispy Pizza in March to continue its 50th anniversary celebration.Mazzio’s founder Ken Selby open…
By: Shelly Robinson | Category: Restaurants | Issue: September 2010
It’s been a long, hot summer and everyone is ready for a getaway. While an exotic vacation may not be in the budget, you can enjoy a great meal with an Asian flair right here in Owasso.
By: Joshua Danker-Dake | Category: Restaurants | Issue: April 2010
Tijuana’s Grill & Cantina offers Tulsa diners a variety of made-from-scratch Tex-Mex and authentic Mexican dishes.
By: Susan Erler | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2010
It started with a cup of coffee, and now the McDonald’s venture into the beverage business has yielded yet another winner on the menu.
By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Restaurants | Issue: February 2010
There are Valentine cakes, and then there is a Tulsa tradition – Ludger’s special Valentine heart cake. This masterful presentation features Ludger’s signature vanilla Bavarian cream cheesecake.
By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Restaurants | Issue: September 2009
Benny Luchno owns Napoli’s Italian Restaurants in Broken Arrow, Tahlequah and Muskogee. The newest restaurant opened its doors four years ago and is located on the corner of 81st & 145th E. Ave.
By: Shelly Robinson | Category: Restaurants | Issue: January 2009
When Jack Coleman was growing up in San Diego, he frequented the small restaurants that dotted the beach. “They were literally tiny shacks but they served amazing, authentic Mexican food,” says Jack.
By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2008
Add some Cajun flair to your holiday celebration with a mouth-watering turducken, deboned poultry or other fine meat from Hebert’s Specialty Meats, located at 2101 E. 71st St.
By: Eddie Stephens | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2007
Are you tired of the family fighting over where to eat tonight? Problem solved. Check out Buffet City in Owasso for a new dining experience where options are plentiful and choices appears limitless.
By: Kristi Roe-Owen | Category: Restaurants | Issue: November 2017
The Hamlet has a brand new look and offers the same legendary succulent ham that Tulsans have enjoyed since 1986. Located at 91st and Sheridan, the update brings a beautiful new look to the local tradition. With a sharp urban farmhouse look bedecked in touches of warm wood and lovely industrial features, the new storefront offers all the delicious cuisine you crave in a charming setting updated for the 21st century.