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InI started a journey back in time. Thanks to many hours of research and interviews, I have an understanding of the eating places that defined Tulsa for the last few generations. Inthat journey concludes. In the autumn ofLost Restaurants of Tulsa will be available on bookshelves! You can follow along on Facebook below, where I am posting occasional photos and updates regarding publication schedule:.
Rhys Martin was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in Inhe sold everything he owned and left the country, living out of a backpack for ten months. He discovered a passion for photography while traveling throughout Southeast Asia and Europe. After returning home, he looked at his home town and Oklahoma heritage with fresh eyes. When he Naughty pig bbq tulsa to explore his home state, Rhys turned his attention to historic Route He has traveled all 2, miles of Route 66, from Chicago to Los Angeles. He has also driven many miles on rural Oklahoma highways to explore the fading Main Streets of our small towns.
Rhys has a desire to find and share the unique Naughty pig bbq tulsa of the Sooner State with the rest of the world. In he published his first book, Lost Restaurants of Tulsa. Rhys loves to connect with people and share his experiences; ask him about enjoyable day trips from Tulsa, locations along Route 66, and good diners or burger ts along the way. View all posts by rhysfunk. There were two such restaurants in that area.
I remember it being dimly lit, candles on the tables and fancy napkins. Maybe someone else will recall, but you should do a wholesection on Western Village. My favorite restaurant, though, was the Golden Drumstick. I loved the blue glass windows. But my favorite place for a hamburger was a little place out east on 11th St, near the road to Harvey Young Airport known as Hoover Street then. The Louisiane, E.
Shadow Mountain Inn, 61st and Sheridan. It had 8 seats, if I recall correctly. Our parents took us there on payday nights in the s. We walked up from our house at 14th and Owasso. We stood and waited for another diner to finish so we could sit at a stool. The beef stew was wonderful, as were their dinner rolls they baked every morning at 5.
Many men still wore hats and hung them on the coat rack. Reblogged this on Rhys' Pieces and commented:. I am still researching for this project — please spread the word! It was on S. Yale right before where the BA expressway crosses. Really good homemade pie. Great hamburgers and great pie. I remember they had hot dogs steamed in beer…. It had a neon donkey on the front and his back legs kicked. Pretty cool for way back when. The building is still there last time I was by. I know there was a place called Eastside chicken diner. At least that was the place that my grandpa called it.
They used to get chicken fried steak and liver and onions there. Their onion rings were famous. I also remember going to the knotty pine quite a bit. I hear they changed into the naughty pig or something like that and that their barbecue is still the same, but is under a different name. Thanks for this! I used to work at Casa Bonita as a bus boy back in the early nineties. I remember going and hanging out in the massive walk in cooler to cool down during the hot summers. It smelled of hot sauce. I remember the massive vats of refried beans big enough to be a hot tub. A hot tub of beanie goodness.
I remember playing tag with the other bus boys after hours in the caves. I had many birthday dinners there, especially in the waterfall room and after eating we would go to the puppet show to watch Mr. E and the hand. Good times. Those are wonderful details! Thank you very much for this. I spoke to someone else that Naughty pig bbq tulsa a little time Naughty pig bbq tulsa Bananas the Monkey. Before the original owner returned to Sicily, he sold the restaurant to Don Funston, Sr. It was owned by Herb and Pearl Clogston.
It was owned by Mr. My father was chef and manager. If you have any pictures or more info, me at: losttulsarestaurants cloudlesslens. I have a picture of my parents celebrating their 28th Wedding Anniversary at Shadow Mountain Inn Best Coleslaw in Tulsa. Ate there weekly in mid 70s. Great Chicken Fried Steaks and Pies.
They served breakfast and lunch. Worked at both Admiral and S Peoria. Great experiences and great stories! I was 15 first year the second. All except basket meals were served on Stoneware.
I was Miss Downtowner for July, I am 83 now and would like to find my portrait to give to my kids and grand-kids. If it is still around some where. Thank you. That is a great question, Norma! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google. You are commenting using your Twitter. You are commenting using your Facebook.
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My parents worked at the Louisiane when we Naughty pig bbq tulsa moved here from New Orleans about 31 years ago! Reblogged this on Rhys' Pieces and commented: I am still researching for this project — please spread the word! Thank you. I found evidence of a location over by Southro, too. Any specific memories of this place? This was actually the Pancake Place. Pancake House was in the parking lot at Southro Mall. Sleepy Hollow, South Lewis. Casa Monterrey, northeast corner of 41st Street and Peoria Avenue.
Thank you, I really appreciate you taking the time to do this.
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