Thursday , June 22, 2017

Category: Food

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  • Out with the new, in with the old

    Out with the new, in with the old

    It always frustrates me that June 21st is the official first day of summer, because by that point, school has been out for almost two months and my birthday—June 19th, a true-blue ...

  • The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

    The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

    It’s the end of the semester and for about five months, you put in a lot of all nighters and hard work.  On your much needed summer break, check out some of Tulsa’s popular food jo ...

  • Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

    Debbie Castellanos: From hurt to healing

    God’s rescue plan for our lives can sometimes take unexpected turns that are hard to understand. Sometimes we hold ourselves back from fear or circumstance, but God never tires in ...

  • Seeing Double

    Seeing Double

    Close friends make or break the college experience for most students. Friends make life more interesting, share in the weight of difficult times and are excellent adventure buddies ...

The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

The Conversant Critic’s top 10 food choices

It’s the end of the semester and for about five months, you put in a lot of all nighters and hard work.  On your much needed summer break, check out some of Tulsa’s popular food j ...

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The Conversant Critic:  Hurts Donuts

The Conversant Critic: Hurts Donuts

Since its grand opening in March, Hurts Donuts, located in the Blue Dome District, has had Tulsans flocking to the donut shop, making wait times last for hours. Unlike Krispy Krem ...

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The Conversant Critic: Laffa

The Conversant Critic: Laffa

Tulsa’s Brady Arts district has many hidden gems, and Medi-Eastern restaurant Laffa is one. Right in the mix of art galleries and theaters, this small restaurant on Main Street pr ...

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The Conversant Critic:  Thai Village

The Conversant Critic: Thai Village

Last summer, I tried Thai food for the first time back in my hometown of Dallas. I loved it and was glad to expand my food choices. It only made sense I would choose one of Tulsa’ ...

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The Conversant Critic: Seoul Bistro

The Conversant Critic: Seoul Bistro

I have always been a fan of Asian food. I grew up eating Chinese food (or the American version at least), and I just recently found enjoyment in sushi and traditional ramen. I nev ...

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The Conversant Critic: Melt  into the Melting Pot

The Conversant Critic: Melt into the Melting Pot

Sitting along the Riverfront District, the Melting Pot is the perfect place for fondue, dates and even a laid- back gathering of a small group of friends.  Servers present profess ...

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The Conversant Critic: Weber’s superior root beer

The Conversant Critic: Weber’s superior root beer

Root beer lovers will enjoy Weber’s Superior Root Beer Restaurant. Located at Brookside on Peoria, this family owned and operated restaurant has been serving its signature root be ...

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For the love of lattes: Fresh takes on fall favorites

For the love of lattes: Fresh takes on fall favorites

It’s finally fall. With the promise of cute sweaters, changing colors and falling leaves comes the return of the world-famous Pumpkin Spice Latte. Star-bucks distributed PSL passe ...

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Fair Food: Sweet, salty and deep-fried

Fair Food: Sweet, salty and deep-fried

The Tulsa State Fair has come back to town and the food is as extravagant as ever. The fair is home to more than 650 commercial vendors and concessionaires. Tulsa citizens spend t ...

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The Conversant Critic: Pinkitzel offers basic treats

The Conversant Critic: Pinkitzel offers basic treats

All things sweet line the walls of Pinkitzel, a cupcake and candy store in downtown Tulsa. Pinkitzel, meaning “tickled pink,” is an Oklahoma-owned bakery with two locations in Okl ...

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