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Dalesandro’s 

Dalesandro’s bustling bistro is somewhat of a hidden gem on Tulsa’s Boston Avenue. Tucked in nicely next to Burn Co. Barbeque, FarmBar and Tacos X Mezcal, this Italian mainstay is in good company.  Dalesandro’s small menu means one thing: the chefs here know exactly what they’re doing, what tastes good and what their diners want. Begin with an antipasti –...

Aaimpa’ Cafè

If you want to learn about a culture or its people, a great way to do so is by exploring its cuisine. In the heart of the Chickasaw Nation, Aaimpa’ Cafè offers an authentic taste of Native American cooking. The Chickasaw Cultural Center located in Sulphur is dedicated to preserving, promoting and celebrating Chickasaw culture. Its on-site restaurant, Aaimpa’ Cafè...

Showcasing Indigenous Cuisine

Loretta Barrett Oden’s life and work demonstrate the power that food has in connecting us to our cultural heritage. As a chef, lecturer, food historian and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Oden has made it her mission to celebrate and preserve traditional Indigenous cuisine. Through her work at Thirty Nine Restaurant at OKC’s First Americans Museum, she is...

The Mantel

In the heart of Bricktown, award-winning fine dining can be found at the Mantel. Featuring low lighting and chic digs, the restaurant is best known for its seafood and chops. Diners can begin with a bevy of appetizer options, including risotto croquettes, shrimp cocktail, crab cakes or beef bruschetta. Land and sea options abound for main courses, ranging from...

Celebrating Saint Patrick’s

 By Brian Schwartz & Nicky Omohundro Sometime around the turn of the century, Brett Rehorn, an affable restaurant contractor with 17 years in the business, decided to build the grandest Irish pub in T-Town – a bar and restaurant so magnificent it would be known around the world.  “The entire block,” he told a reporter in 2001, “will look just like...

A Culinary Love Language

On a recent Saturday night in autumn, eager dinner guests filled a normally quiet coffeehouse – Foolish Things, on the fringes of downtown Tulsa. A server brought the first of the seven course dinner: a tart with roasted beet ganache, whipped goat cheese and pomegranate in a walnut crust.  It didn’t taste like beets or cheese, but like a rich,...

The Hemingway 

At the Hemingway, the team believes that “food should be an experience. One that nourishes all aspects of your being. Refined, yet unabashedly primitive, answering the demands of the soul.” Over a year in the making, this sleek steakhouse opened in mid-September on Cherry Street in a mixed-use building that also houses luxury apartments, Cyclebar and Sidecar Barley and...

Jimmy B’s Culinary + Krafted

Nestled within the aesthetically pleasing and historic Automobile Alley district of OKC, Jimmy B’s is the brainchild of restaurant group Hal Smith Restaurants. A culinary venture that steps away from other concepts in the group’s repertoire, Jimmy B’s presents diners with an eclectic international menu as well as an expansive wine menu and elevated craft cocktails.  When we say ‘eclectic,’...

Made with Love

Nestled within the bustling Plaza District of Oklahoma City, Made with Love lives up to its name. The simple but over arching philosophy at the restaurant? Good food evokes a great mood – and you should have both in abundance. With a welcoming environment and plenty of healthy, high-quality dishes to try for brunch, lunch and dinner, you’ll certainly...

The Best of the Best 2022

Each year, we ask and you respond – enthusiastically, we might add – letting us know with your votes who really is The Best of the Best. The following pages outline winners in an excitingly broad array of groups, ranging from physicians and architects to companies, casinos, fine dining restaurants, gift stores and weekend getaway locations. In short –...