Want Only the Best for Your Family and Guests?

Bryan and Shannon Hester, owners of The Hamlet, offer the one and only honey-kissed™ ham that everyone loves.

By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Restaurants | Issue: December 2013

Bryan and Shannon Hester, owners of The Hamlet, offer the one and only honey-kissed™ ham that everyone loves.

Bryan and Shannon Hester, owners of The Hamlet, offer the one and only honey-kissed™ ham that everyone loves.

Let The Hamlet make your holiday meals, parties, and gift-giving quick, easy and delicious. Since 1986, The Hamlet has been a Tulsa ­tradition in many homes. There are hams available everywhere, but only The Hamlet features the exclusive honey cured, spiral sliced honey-kissed™ ham that is always imitated, but never duplicated. The Hamlet hams have earned a reputation for being “real ham!”  

    Owners Bryan and Shannon Hester are looking forward to greeting the many customers who come back year after year. “Please order early,” urges Shannon, the daughter of a previous owner, Gordon Pendergraft. “As soon as you know how many people you will be serving. That way you will be sure to get exactly what you want.” The Hamlet honey-kissed hams come in 7 to 18 pound sizes. If you’re not sure what size you need, friendly employees can help you decide.  

    The Hamlet also offers whole smoked turkeys or boneless, spiral-sliced, ­­­all-white-meat honey-kissed turkey breasts. The smoked turkeys range from 10 to 15 pounds and turkey breasts are 4 to 5 pounds. All these meats are fully cooked and ready to eat. They’re always a big hit at any holiday meal or party, and most appreciated by any hostess.

    The Hamlet hams or turkeys make excellent ­corporate gifts. Corporate discounts are offered for orders of 10 or more. All the meats can be shipped ­anywhere in the United States or delivered locally. Custom-made gift baskets, with or without a ham, start at $25. Gift cards in any amount are also popular among individuals and ­corporations. Happy ­recipients can choose a ham, turkey or whatever they want, whenever they want it.  

    They can even use gift cards in the deli that features The Hamlet honey-kissed ham and turkey and a variety of Boar’s Head meats and cheeses, cold sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, wraps, ­salads, ham and beans, chili and soup. Or they can use the gift cards in the new patio grill at the 91st and Sheridan location. Menu selections include exclusive Hamlet appetizers, steaks and gourmet burgers. “All our meats are the same premium quality as our famous hams,” says Bryan. Ceiling fans, ­ceiling-mounted heaters and a wood burning fireplace create comfortable, year-round al fresco seating for an ­extraordinarily fine meal, Monday through Saturday. Dine in or order your meals to go.  

    For office parties or unexpected guests, a variety of party trays that serve up to 100 are available for pick up or delivery to your door. For parties of 25 or more, ­catering can be arranged.  

    When you want only the best for your family and guests, get a honey-kissed ham from The Hamlet. Don’t forget dessert to top off a great meal! This holiday ­season The Hamlet is ­featuring pies and ­cheesecakes by order. For added convenience, you can order online from your ­computer, smart phone or tablet.  

For more information, contact

The Hamlet

1660 E. 71st St., Ste. 1, Tulsa9107 S. Sheridan, Tulsa (918) 496-2242www.hamlethams.com  


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About Author Deanna Rebro

Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.

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