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Megan

About Megan

TulsaFood.com was founded 2008 out of a shared love of good food. What started as a blog where normal everyday people dined out and posted about their experiences has grown into a full scale food publication with professional chefs, writers, and photographers, each with a unique culinary and educational background to pull from. Today TulsaFood.com is Oklahoma's #1 online food publication.
  • Midleton’s: The New Neighborhood Joint

    In a part of town where fast food windows and chain restaurants dot the landscape as frequently as trees, locally owned and Irish-inspired Midleton’s is changing up the scene. Armed with a tried and true formula for...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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  • Tea Time at DragonMoon Tea Company

    Years ago, my boyfriend and I lived in separate cities, and spent a lot of time dining out alone. One day, he called me with a confession. “Meg,” he said half hesitantly, half excitedly, “I ate at a...

    • Posted March 11, 2015
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  • El Guapo’s: South of the Border Flavor in South Tulsa

    The newest Tulsa addition to the McNellie’s group comes via El Guapo’s Southside, a southtown iteration on Tulsa’s beloved downtown cantina. Located at 81st & Harvard in the Walnut Creek Shopping Center, El Guapo’s exterior is deceiving....

    • Posted February 19, 2015
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  • New in Downtown: STG Pizzeria and Gelateria

    Back in November, I spent a month bumming around Europe. While in Italy, I took dining to a new level, justifying taste after snack after meal, and refused to feel bad about it. I was convinced the...

    • Posted January 21, 2015
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  • Fassler Hall Steins and Dines Tulsa

    Chances are, if you’ve spent a little time in the downtown Tulsa bar scene, you’ve had more than a few good beers at Fassler Hall–and maybe a bratwurst and a few duck fat fries, too. But if you haven’t spent a...

    • Posted January 5, 2015
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  • Bramble On – Downtown’s New Farm to Bar

    Hope Egan, owner of the acclaimed Tallgrass Prairie Table, has added a companion concept next door with The Bramble, a luxurious downtown speakeasy specializing in locally-sourced, hand-crafted cocktails aptly coined “farm-to-bar.” “It’s been really exciting for me...

    • Posted December 15, 2014
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