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Side of Savor
Tulsa’s vibrant, walkable Brookside neighborhood is a great bet for a food lover’s day out.
By Nathan Gunter
Illustrations by JJ Ritchey
Photography by Lori Duckworth
Published March/April 2017
Gluten-free diners will love the menu at Cosmo Café & Bar, which includes a cheese and fruit platter with six cheeses—including garlic-dill cream cheese and buffalo mozzarella—and a gluten-free bagel. (918) 933-4848 or cosmo-cafe.com.
Get happy for an hour or more with a round of cocktails at The Brook Restaurant & Bar. The adult cherry limeade is a sweet, frozen delight made with Svedka vodka. (918) 748-9977 or brookrestaurant.com.
Brunchers on warm spring days can’t get enough of the patio at Blue Moon Café. The popular Hangover Burger special features an English muffin with a fried egg, avocado, cheddar, beef, bacon, and hollandaise. (918) 749-7800 or bluemoontulsa.com.
End the day on a healthy note at KEO. Go for the seared ahi tuna salad with mixed greens, jicama, carrot, glazed almonds, wonton strips, and bright mandarin orange and ginger dressing. (918) 794-8200 or keorestaurant.com.
In addition to funky Oklahoma swag, Ida Red general store offers a wide selection of hard-to-find candy and Oklahoma-made food products like salsa, coffee, and honey. (918) 949-6950 or idaredgeneralstore.com.
For more information, visit brooksidetheplacetobe.com.