A brand new location for the Utica Sq. Olive Backyard is below building within the southeast nook of the procuring middle at twenty first Road and Utica Avenue.
A constructing allow has been filed for the brand new location.
Olive Backyard opened what was its second Tulsa location in Utica Sq. in 1991, changing a Furr’s Cafeteria.
Town’s first Olive Backyard, at 7019 S. Memorial Drive, which opened some months beforehand, stays in operation. The chain additionally has areas in Damaged Arrow, Catoosa and Owasso.
Representatives for Darden Eating places, which owns Olive Backyard in addition to a number of different nationwide and regional chain eating places together with Longhorn Steakhouse and Cheddar’s, didn’t reply to inquiries from the Tulsa World concerning the new Olive Backyard location.
Latest Dunkin’ opens Jan. 26
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The newest Dunkin’ location, at 6981 S. Lewis Ave., will maintain its grand opening Thursday, Jan. 26, with actions starting at 6 a.m., with the primary 100 friends receiving free espresso for one 12 months. Those that don’t want to arrive fairly so early within the morning will obtain a free medium-sized scorching or iced espresso all day Thursday.
A ribbon slicing ceremony will happen at 8:45 a.m. and can embrace a presentation of a $1,000 donation from the franchise proprietor, Lagunita Franchise Operations, to the Salvation Military Boys and Women Golf equipment.
The 1,800-square-foot restaurant, constructed in response to the chain’s new design, will seat 16 friends inside and can make use of 30 crew members. The shop is open every day from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Lagunita Franchise Operations presently owns and operates 32 Dunkin’ areas in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and New Mexico, along with Oklahoma.
Gambill’s presents Tex-Mex take-home meal
Gambill’s Pastaria, 1921 S. Harvard Ave., shall be providing what it calls a “first style of Gambill’s Tex-Mex Barbecue” with a particular MexiQue Household Meal Pickup.
The entire heat-and-eat meal, which may feed six to eight folks, consists of three-quarters of a pound every of smoked pork, beef brisket and hen; one quart every of verde rice and smoked refried beans; six corn and 6 flour tortillas; 8 ounces every of smoked purple and smoked inexperienced salsas; 4 ounces every of delicate and spicy barbecue sauces; 2 ounces of scorching sauce; 8 ounces of “Mexi-relish”; tortilla chips; onions; cilantro; and lime slices.
All objects are made in home. Price is $80 per meal. Reservations are required and have to be made by Friday, Jan. 27. Pickup shall be Tuesday, Jan. 31. To order: tulsapasta.com.
Gambill’s Tex-Mex Barbecue is the most recent idea from Hunter Stone Gambill, who can also be readying Gambill’s Taco Bar & Brewery to open this spring at 1724 E. Seventh St.
Ice cream for breakfast at BA’s Rose Rock
The Damaged Arrow location of Rose Rock Microcreamery, 115 N. Essential St. within the Rose District, will have fun Nationwide Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, 9 a.m. to midday Saturday, Feb. 4.
The store shall be serving Pancake Sundaes, made with any of the store’s accessible flavors and topped with a alternative of caramel or chocolate sauce, whipped cream and cherries. The sundaes shall be $6 every. The common menu of frozen treats will even be accessible.
As well as, friends can have the prospect to win such prizes as ice cream sandwiches for a category of scholars (restrict 35), $20 Rose Rock Microcreamery present playing cards, T-shirts and extra. roserock microcreamery.com.
New dishes at Metro Diner
Metro Diner, 7474 S. Olympia Ave., is providing a method to kick these New 12 months’s resolutions about consuming more healthy to the curb, with a brand new Metro Cristo sandwich, which consists of turkey, ham and melted cheddar and American cheeses between two fried jelly-filled doughnuts topped with powdered sugar.
The chain restaurant can also be providing for a restricted time a choice of Scramble Bowls, which have a base of hash brown potatoes upon that are piled a bunch of toppings.
The Carnitas bowl consists of marinated pork, scrambled eggs, inexperienced peppers, onions and tomatoes with jalapeño hollandaise sauce and bitter cream, whereas the Avocado Bacon bowl has bacon, eggs, avocado and roasted grape tomatoes.
The Southwest model has avocado, black beans, corn, diced inexperienced and jalapeño peppers, onions, tomatoes and scrambled eggs, whereas the Steak & Scramble bowl has seasoned sirloin steak, scrambled eggs and roasted grape tomatoes.
Specials can be found by Feb. 22. metrodiner.com.
Ship in Valentine’s specials
Tulsa-area eating places are inspired to submit your Valentine’s Day specials and occasions for publication to [email protected].