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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 –...

Redefining Fine Dining

There are two restaurants, two cafés, twelve concession stands and three event centers at the Tulsa Zoo. Each day, Cameron Werry is responsible for every meal served at each of these venues, and there’s thousands of them. Not to mention the event centers ... which sometimes host parties for as many as twelve thousand guests.  “But,” he says, “I’m very...

The Real Deal

Go east on Tulsa’s 36th St. North, past brown and stubbly fields, bales of hay neatly stacked and then, after crossing Sheridan, turn right on a snaky narrow road past freight depots and other airport outbuildings. There, low slung and easy to miss, a building next to a big hangar comes into view: it’s Evelyn’s Soul Food. Inside, it’s upscale...

Bistro 38

Prepared with a passion for fresh ingredients and an abundance of herbs and spices, Bistro 38 presents a modern Thai experience. Regulars know to ask for the chef specials to discover savory gems like volcano tofu, which comes with fried tofu topped with a house sauce, comprised of four flavor sauce, peppers, onion and sweet basil leaves. Lunch special...

Le Louvre French Café

Visit Paris by way of a Parisian husband and wife, the chef and owner of Le Louvre French Café. With self-confessed exacting and high standards in the creation of alluring and authentic French cuisine, Le Louvre offers everything from crepes and croissants to a myriad of other French delicacies. Savory crepes include La Nordique with creamy garlic salmon, spinach,...

Radish

Walking into Radish is like entering the home of a kindly and slightly eccentric relative – it’s a fun place to be.  And, as with such a relative, you can expect abundant and glorious servings of very tasty food: A big tray of mezze heaped with flavorful hummus, tabbouleh, dolmas and a lot more. Rotisserie chickens bursting with flavor. You...

An Okie Restaurant Rundown

Tulsa by Brian Schwartz • OKC by Amanda Jane Simcoe Fine Dining Summit Club, TulsaExtensive renovations in harmony with the club’s hallmark of quiet, understated luxury. Revamped kitchens, including a newaging room for dry-aged steaks. An updated, expanded menu from one of the finest chefs around, Bill Lyle. It’s clear that the Summit Club is better than ever. Mahogany, TulsaThe attentive staff...

The Best of the Best 2021

For the last 22 years, we’ve asked Oklahomans a simple question: Who’s the best? And as always, you’ve responded with ample enthusiasm, coming out in droves to let us know your favorites. It’s been a tough year and a half, no doubt about it, but local businesses have responded to adversity with sheer Okie grit, continuing to deliver the...

Bienvenido al Basque

In downtown Tulsa, the restaurant Basque is just down the street from Amelia’s – and yes, they’re related. You enter through a small retail market, go ‘round a corner, and suddenly you’re in a friendly, bustling room with soaring ceilings, a tile-lined bar, lots of bistro-style chairs and tables, and bright, exuberant decor.  The concept is Spain – specifically the...

Playing with Fire

The Perfect Pairings Barbecue side dishes run the gamut of deliciousness, from cornbread to pasta salad, corn on the cob and fried okra.  In the case of Tulsa’s Albert G’s Bar-B-Q – which boasts 29 years serving savories – owner Chuck Gawey says that they seldom run out of sides during lunch and dinner service ... but when it happens, it...