A la carte: June 2017
Cold drinks and desserts taste even better on hot days.
Foolish Things’ cold brew float
Foolish Things Coffee Co.
If you love iced coffee, you should take it to the next level with Foolish Things’ cold brew float. It’s like a grown-up root beer float. A scoop of vanilla gelato tops the cold-brewed coffee. Stir it up, or let the gelato melt, sweetening the coffee and creating a drinkable dessert.
1001 S. Main St. | 918-857-2326
Smoothie sales pick up at Café Cubana as customers flood the Tulsa Farmers’ Market. The combination of orange, raspberry and yogurt in the Orange and Raspberry Delight is simple with bright, fresh flavor. The Mango Tango, with mango, coconut cream, coconut milk and yogurt, is another favorite.
1340 E. 15th St. | 918-584-2233
Since gelato is made in-house and daily, there’s always reason to visit STG. With each visit, you’re bound to find a new flavor. At the downtown location, customers stand in line for gelato after finishing their pizza. Many get gelato to go — taking a stroll downtown with their cups of lemon biscotti, banana cream pie with toffee, crème brulee with salted caramel, limoncello or strawberry.
114 S. Detroit Ave. | 918-960-2011
5233 S. Sheridan Road | 918-398-7000
Josh’s Sno Shack
Since opening 10 years ago, Josh’s Sno Shack has become a Tulsa tradition. In the summertime, long lines form outside the shacks, where customers mull over the many flavor combinations. One of the most popular is the Golden Driller: a mix of blue raspberry and piña colada. Or, try the Center of the Universe: blue raspberry, coconut and pomegranate.
Locations include East 41st Street and Riverside Drive, East 61st Street and South Memorial Drive, East 71st Street and South Garnett Road, East 81st Street and South Yale Avenue, East 91st Street and South Memorial Drive, Expo Square (in front of the Golden Driller) and 714 W. Main St., Jenks.