The Weekly Feed – November 9th – 16th

By on November 9, 2016

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Hafli Festival
Thursday, November 10-12, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, November 13 Noon to 5 p.m.
Lebanese food at its best! For over 60 years, St. Antony Orthodox Christian Church has hosted this fundraiser that features some of the best Lebanese food you’ll have all year. The dinner itself ($17 for adults, $8 for children) includes a heaping helping of grilled chicken, hashwa (a delicately spiced rice), a LEGENDARY cabbage roll, tabouli, hummus, pita bread and a grebe butter cookie and drink. They always have beautiful desserts for sale that often sell out.

St. Antony Orthodox Christian Church
2645 E 6th St
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

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Philbrook 2nd Saturday – The Big Idea: FOOD
Saturday, November 12 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Philbrook’s 2nd Saturday is always a treat, with free admission for everyone. But this edition is especially delicious as they celebrate all things food! Experience the mouthwatering performance of Revue De Cuisine by Tulsa Symphony with choreography by Portico Dance Theatre. There will be a storytelling hour, hands-on art created using food, learn about bees and butterflies, and a special presentation by Taylor Hanson about Food on the Move, a program aimed at ending urban food deserts in our community. The Tulsa Community Food Bank will also be accepting canned protein (think tuna, chicken) donations. Get the full itinerary here.

Philbrook Museum of Art
2727 S Rockford Rd
Tulsa, OK 74114

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Fuel 66 First Sunday Funday
Sunday, November 13 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tulsa’s first food truck park and biergarten is opening its gates to the public for the first time. Check out the new space on Route 66 at 11th and Atlanta, and nosh on food from some of your favorite trucks while sipping on a frosty beer. Picnic tables with umbrellas are in the yard, or take a seat under the heated awning or at the bar inside. MASA, Teri Fermo’s Jezebel Bohemia, RUB barbecue, the legendary Dog House and Coolray Coffee trucks will be kicking off the first of, what will surely be, some of the best Sunday Fundays in town at Fuel 66.

Fuel 66 Food Truck Park & Biergarten
2439 E 11th St
Tulsa, OK 74104

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T-Town Throwdown
Saturday, November 12 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Who has the best BBQ food truck in Tulsa? This Saturday a winner will be crowned. Seven of Tulsa’s top barbecue trucks are meeting up at The Park in the Pearl to throw down against each other in a winner take all brawl. Each truck will offer a $5 tasting plate with a sample of their ‘cue and a freestyle component that’ll blow your mind. Come out Saturday to enjoy a great lunch and cast a vote that actually matters. The contestants are: Alpha Grill BBQ, Celli’s Smokehouse Food Truck, Hot Mess BBQ , Wild Al’s Food Truck, MooChewSooey BBQ, and Rub.

The Park in the Pearl
418 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120

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The Bachelor’s Table – Russian Themed Dinner
Saturday, November 12 7:00-10:00 p.m.
Josh Baker may be a confirmed bachelor, but boy, he sure knows his way around a kitchen. Though not a chef per se, he grew up cooking in his family’s kitchens and has worked with some of the best chefs in town. He’s hosted some pop-ups featuring menus that would make any guy (or gal!) swoon. His next dinner is sure to be a premium experience, as he wows guest with dishes like Fried Green Tomato Caviar Caprese and Beef Shank Borscht.. Of course, Moscow Mules will be on tap instead of boring old wine. For only $50 per person, and gratis corkage, this is the crème de la Kremlin of pop-up dinners. Reserve your spot here.

Vitter’s Catering
8720 E 21st St, Ste 201
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74129

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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