Bird and Bottle celebrates 10,000 martinis
The new bistro's $4 martini has been a hit for the past year.
The $4 martini is an all-day, everyday offering at Bird and Bottle.
Bird and Bottle has charmed Tulsa with its neighborhood bistro vibes, and its $4 martini special has certainly dazzled a customer or two. In fact, the midtown restaurant, 3324-A E. 31st St., mixed up 10,000 of these ‘tinis in its first year of business, celebrated on March 22.
Johnna Hayes, co-owner of Bird and Bottle says the $4 martini is the perfect way to start or end a meal, whether mixed up dirty or shaken with a twist.
“We started the $4 martini as a marketing tool. We thought it would get people through the front door,” Hayes says. “We started realizing that people were really loving coming in not just for the martini, but that was how they were starting out their evenings.”
The $4 martini is an all-day, everyday offering at Bird and Bottle, but one (or two!) of these goes along great with the happy-hour menu: small plates and meat and cheese options are half price from 3-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Bird and Bottle is open 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday; 3-11 p.m., Saturday; 3-10 p.m., Sunday.