Collected by Rebecca Silverstein
620 S Cincinnati Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103, USA
I never knew what was missing in my Cobb salad until I had one at The Vault. Purple, pickled hard-boiled eggs, of course! This salad paired with a BLT slathered in maple aioli is a winning lunch, but The Vault is a fine choice for dinner and...
111 S Detroit Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120, USA
Lyon's Indian Store is a Tulsa landmark. It has been in the are since 1916 and carries a great array of Native American inspired goods. The shopping ranges from kitsch tourist shirts to well crafted silver and turquoise jewelery, and accommodates...
3161 S 129th E Ave suite n, Tulsa, OK 74134, USA
Oklahoma's food scene is getting stronger every year. Typically, Hispanic cuisines have dominated the ethnic dining options but lately more Asian restaurants are showing up across the city. Seoul Bistro is a little family owned and operated...
6700 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74115, USA
Oklahoma has always been about open spaces (half our state song is about nature!) so to see Tulsa and Oklahoma in general becoming more urban can take a toll on Okie spirits. Oxley Nature Center, located minutes away from downtown Tulsa, offers...
1 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103, USA
A public art piece by Native American artist - Bob Haozous, Artificial Cloud is a peculiar and somewhat eerie sculpture to look at. The artificial cloud is the artists representation of the death of the Earth, separation between racial and social...
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