It's a little bit of deja' vu. From North Tulsa's birth in 1800s Indian Territory to the 1970s, the family owned corner grocery store concept grew, grew and grew in until by the 1940s and 1950s no neighborhood went without all the staples of the modern diet within a few blocks.
JERROD'S GROCERY on 36th Street North across from Northland takes us back...and forward to that concept, that age and that determination to succeed.
Visit JERROD'S GROCERY @ 558 E. 36th ST. N Tulsa. OK
MEAT-FREE MONDAYS don’t get better than the broccoli baked potato at RUBICON.
First of all, take the potato home and lift it from its container and you have a meal the size of your entire dinner plate.
Served with a side salad and Texas toast, for Vegans, the smoky deliciousness of both potato and broccoli would be enough, but, no, for the rest of us there’s more...a sea of melted cheeses topped with ranch dressing. We added RUBICON’s famous barbecue sauce to ours.
2248 North Harvard Ave
The King of Veggie Burgers is Finally on the 2 for $6 Menu
OK, here’s the veggie alternative everybody wants to know about. Of course, the flaw in the logic of a veggie burger that tastes like meat is that it’s highly likely many vegetarians became vegetarians simply because they don’t like meat. So right, this is the veggie gateway burger.
For converted meat lovers more interested in saving animals or the planet, BURGER KING delivers on its promise of a whopper of a plant-based burger. Comes with mayo, not sure it’s vegannaise...be sure to ask when you order.
The Impossible™ WHOPPER® Sandwich features a savory flame-grilled patty made from plants topped with juicy tomatoes, fresh lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a soft sesame seed bun. 100% WHOPPER®, 0% Beef.
We visited the new BURGER KING at 1563 N Peoria in Tulsa.