TulsaPeople's A-List

This page is dedicated to the 2019 A-LIST readers’ choice awards. Readers named their favorite businesses in 105 categories. The top five winners in each category are listed, with exceptions made when a tie occurred.

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Top 5 things you should do this summer

It’s June, and that can only mean one thing here at TulsaPeople: the 2019 A-LIST. Our editors share their top picks in Tulsa.

A-LIST 2019: Dine Local

Our readers voted for their favorite Tulsa restaurants in 23 categories.

A-LIST 2019: Fun For All

Winners in 18 entertainment categories as voted by the people of Tulsa.

A-LIST 2019: Head to Toe

Winners in 20 health and wellness categories as voted by the readers of TulsaPeople

A-LIST 2019: Services

Our readers voted for the best service providers in 21 categories.

A-LIST 2019: Shop Local

According to our readers, these are the best places in Tulsa to shop in 23 categories.

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