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    SMOKE on Cherry Street: Sampling the Fall Menu on Date Night

    As self-proclaimed foodies, my boyfriend and I really love the opportunity to hang out at local establishments and indulge with hedonistic abandonment.  SMOKE on Cherry Street is a great haunt to do just that.  The restaurant and...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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    Palace Cafe: Fall Chef’s Tasting Menu

    Palace Cafe is one of TulsaFood’s favorite restaurants in town – hands down.  Owner/Chef James Shrader opened his restaurant on Cherry Street in 2002 and completed a major renovation just after his 10 year anniversary.  James is...

    • Posted October 27, 2014
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    Tallgrass: New Fall Menu

    Tallgrass isn’t the kind of place I normally fall in love with. I’m partial to restaurants where the Maitre D is better dressed than you are and the appetizers look like sculptures by Brancusi. Walking into Tallgrass’...

    • Posted October 24, 2014
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    Champagne Cosmo Recipe Video

    Click here for the article Cosmos are a Girl’s Best Friend, that inspired this recipe! Heather’s Champagne Cosmo (Serves 2) Ingredients: 2 parts cranberry juice 1 part orange liqueur 1/2 lime (juice) sparkling wine (chilled) frozen cranberries...

    • Posted October 22, 2014
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    Stella Reauxs Food Truck: A Southern & Cajun Taste Explosion

    Stella Reauxs (pronounced “rose”) opened in mid-May this year and has been a delight to Tulsa foodies ever since. Tiffanie Reynolds is a women of many talents. She has explored several different vocations, but it appears that...

    • Posted October 20, 2014
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    The Tavern: Fall Brunch, Lunch and Dinner

    Though less than 5 years old, The Tavern on Brady has become an anchor in Downtown Tulsa’s local restaurant landscape. The restaurant sits on the corner of Main and Brady and is one of the finest gastropubs...

    • Posted October 17, 2014
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    Cosmos are a Girl’s Best Friend

    Sex and the City fans are very familiar with the cosmopolitan, a drink the show made even more popular than it already was. I can remember going to a celebratory party at Cosmo Cafe & Bar, back...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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    Toad Hollow Wine Dinner at The French Hen

    One of the great things about The French Hen is the quality and regularity of their wine dinners.  Their most recent wine dinner featured wines from Toad Hollow and a guest appearance from the owner and President,...

    • Posted October 14, 2014
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    Juniper: New Fall Lunch Delights

    This Fall, will be delivering extensive coverage on Tulsa’s top restaurants with a farm to table focus and their new fall lunch and dinner dishes.  We were most recently in for lunch at Juniper Restaurant and...

    • Posted October 10, 2014
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    The ORA Oswalt Culinary Cook-Off

    The Oswalt Culinary Cook-off has been around for 18 years now, and the story goes that for the first several years it was held at the Oswalt booth at the Oklahoma Restaurant Association Expo. After years of...

    • Posted October 6, 2014
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    Cumin: Unforgettable Indian Food in Tulsa

    “I’m eating the best Indian food I’ve had in my life!” I was digging into a pile of lamb chops strewn with green leaves and covered with a fiery red sauce mottled with specks of brown. “I...

    • Posted October 3, 2014
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    McNellie’s Harvest Beer Festival 2014

    McNellie’s Harvest Beer Festival is one of my absolute favorite annual beer tasting events. This is the festival’s fifth year and it’s been enjoyable watching it expand in size, attendance, and quality of beer offerings as Tulsa’s...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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    Lassalle’s New Orleans Deli: the People, the History, (and hell yes) the Food.

    The People: On Monday, August 29th 2005, one of the most deadly and damaging natural disasters in the history of the United States leveled Southern Louisiana.  Hurricane Katrina took 1,883 lives, did over 100 billion dollars in...

    • Posted September 30, 2014
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    Trend Spotting: Cauliflower Mash Recipe from Juniper

    Cauliflower rocks! In my opinion, which is very biased toward this versatile cutie, cauliflower is a power house when it comes to current trending and overall culinary and nutritious appeal. So far this year it has fulfilled...

    • Posted September 29, 2014
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