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« on: January 06, 2011, 01:03:34 pm »

I just stumbled across an Irritated Tulsan blog about Tulsa's Best Restaurants No Longer Here (http://irritatedtulsan.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/restaurant/#comment-6034) and after feeling depressed, I started wondering what currently open restaurants we love will be lamented in a similar blog 20 years from now.  One of my current favorites is Chicory & Chives (5800 South Lewis).  The owner, Jim Loggin, started this restaurant 3+ years ago over on Charles Page Blvd. just east of the now gone (and lamented) Knotty Pine Barbeque.  Jim just moved to the new South Lewis site a few months ago.  It's in the old Sunset Grill location and he's trying to make a go of it.  The menu is a combination of country comfort and Cajun.  He and his wait staff are among the friendliest you'll find.  Their facebook page has the menu and it's gotten some good write-ups. It's not a foo-foo place, but it's extremely clean & they take great pains to insure quality-control.  There are specials every week to Facebook fans, and just a nice place to have a great breakfast, great burger or great Cajun. I'm not related to, or work for this establishment...I just don't want to be looking back in 5 or 10 years and regret that it is no longer with us.  There are many other fine restaurants that, if folks only knew about them, would have a secure future.  Another is the Go West Restaurant & Saloon in the old Avalon Steakhouse (also gone).

"My ambition is handicapped by laziness."  Charles Bukowski
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2011, 06:13:20 pm »

Tried this place a few weeks back.  Great food.  Hope it sticks. 

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« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2011, 11:26:17 am »

Tried this place a few weeks back.  Great food.  Hope it sticks. 

You heard the one about the glue factory that closed down, didn't you?

Apparently it didn't stick.

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