The Weekly Feed – November 2, 2016

By on November 2, 2016

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Rooftop Happy Hour at Kitchen 66
Thursday, November 3, 5-7 p.m.
Kitchen 66 – an educational hub for up-and-coming restaurants – is hosting its first Rooftop Happy Hour, where guests can sample a variety of delicious eats while getting to know the budding restaurateurs participating in the Fall 2016 session. Proceeds from the ticket sales will go toward purchasing a food truck, which will give future food truckers hands-on experience as part of the Kitchen 66 program. The event will be held on the rooftop of the Sun Building at (address), where Kitchen 66 operates. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.

Kitchen 66
907 South Detroit Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74120
Click here for tickets.

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Craft Beer Culture: A Symposium and Tasting
Friday, November 4, 7-9:30 p.m.
The Oklahoma Center of Humanities at the University of Tulsa is focusing on food for the next year, and they have a whole lot of fantastic events lined up for food fanatics. This week, they will be hosting a Craft Beer Tasting & Symposium, where they will have experts chatting about the culture, science and business of brewing. Of course no beer symposium would be complete without beer, so Marshall’s Brewery will be giving guests a taste of some of the seasonal brews they have on tap. The event is FREE, but this one is only for the adults, so 21+ only.

Tyrrell Hall (TU Campus)
2930 E 6th St
Tulsa, OK 74104
Registration is required for this event. Click here to register!!

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Moonlight & Merlot – Cigar Night
Friday, November 4, 7:30-10:00 p.m.
There’s nothing more perfect than enjoying a velvety glass of merlot on a brisk November evening. Well, unless you add to that the smell of a good cigar and a delectable menu prepared by The Chalkboard. Girouard Vines partnered up with The Cigar Box for an evening of cigars under the stars. You’ll get to sample two fantastic cigars and learn all about them, and then enjoy a four-course dinner with special Girouard wine pairings. For only $45, this is a can’t-miss evening cigar aficionados and foodies alike.

Girouard Vines
817 E 3rd St
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120
http://www.tulsawine.com

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Red Thistle Catering Co. Does Dinner!
Tuesday, November 8, 5:30-9:30
Each Tuesday, hungry guests will get to taste what Hope Egan is cooking up in her kitchen. Red Thistle was opened by Egan as a farm-to-table catering concept, but now she’s opening up her kitchen to the public on Tuesdays. Each week she’ll feature her chalkboard menu, chocked full of dishes “inspired by the seasonal bounty grown and raised by our local farmers and ranchers.” Seating is limited, so reservations are encouraged. A new drool-worthy menu will be posted each week at www.redthistlecateringtulsa.com.

Red Thistle Catering Co
1345 South Harvard Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74112
918-728-0168

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Zinke Wine Dinner
Wednesday, November 9, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Pryhme: Downtown Steakhouse is spotlighting a special vintner with Tulsa ties. Tulsa native Michael Zinke is owner and winemaker of Zinke Wine Co., which focuses on hand-crafted, single-vineyard Rhone varietal wines. Though his roots are in Oklahoma, he followed his passion for the culinary arts, but landed in the wine business. His wines are quick to sell out, but are only distributed here in Oklahoma. The steak gurus over at Prhyme will be curating a special menu to pair with an exciting line-up of wines. Price is $115 per person and this event has a great chance of selling out, so make reservations soon. Call (918) 794-7700 to make your reservation.

Prhyme: Downtown Steakhouse
111 N Main St, Ste A
Tulsa, OK 74103
http://www.prhymetulsa.com/

Angela Evans

About Angela Evans

Angela Evans has been digging deep into the booming restaurant scene of Tulsa since 2010. Her foray into food journalism began with The Urban Tulsa Weekly, but soon expanded to write for TulsaPeople and The Tulsa Voice. Her quirky but informative take on cuisine earned her a Tulsa Press Club Newsie for “Best Critic” in 2014. Finding those hidden gems around town is her passion, as she searches high and low for the best fried chicken or the newest spot to woo your beloved. She also loves shining the spotlight on the chefs, farmers and restauranteurs who keep Tulsa’s cuisine scene vibrant and diverse. After a brief stint out West, she has returned to Oklahoma and has brought her appetite with her. So join Tulsa's own bon vivant on her epicurean adventures.

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