4 Different Ways to Taste Thanksgiving in Tulsa
Indulge in your favorite seasonal flavors without having to eat the whole turkey dinner.
You don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving to have a taste of your holiday favorites. Go ahead and dig in with some of these nontraditional takes on the Thanksgiving meal.
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Pumpkin spice latte lovers, have you tried the sweet potato-flavored Goguma Latte? It gives you all the flavor of fall but without the caffeine. Sweet potato is steamed and pureed, then combined with steamed milk for a creamy concoction that’s topped with toasted pecans.
202 S. Cheyenne Ave., 918-591-3950
820 N. Aspen Ave., Broken Arrow; 918-940-7171
Whether you go to Brothers Houligan for its famous chicken tenders, chicken fried steak or hamburgers, you can’t pass on the green beans. Green beans may seem like a boring side dish, but at Brothers Houligan they are beloved and come with every entree. These green beans aren’t fancy, but they’re oh-so-good cooked with onions and perfectly seasoned.
2508 E. 15th St., 918-747-1086
4848 S. Yale Ave., 918-254-1086
If your favorite part of the Thanksgiving turkey is the leftover turkey sandwiches, then you’ve got to try Dilly Diner’s turkey and avocado sandwich. This turkey sandwich is loaded with bacon, avocado, tomato, arugula and provolone. Chipotle aioli gives it both a creaminess and touch of heat that pulls the sandwich together. Try it with a side of crispy beets.
402 E. Second St. | 918-938-6382
Only available seasonally, Roxie’s Cranberry Relish is one of a kind. This bright salad is perfect as a side dish with a turkey deli sandwich at Lambrusco’z. Fresh, tart cranberries are combined with the sweetness of raspberries, apples and mandarin oranges. The bite of celery and earthiness of pecans round out this relish.
1344 E. 41st St. | 918-496-1246