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Alcohol delivery service expands to new U.S. cities

It's like pizza delivery, just minus the pizza and add the alcohol. 

Beginning Thursday, Floridians in Jacksonville can have alcohol delivered right to their door steps.

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Drizly, a Boston-based company, is partnering with a packaging stores to expand the delivery service. 

Kerin Horgan, who handles public relations for Drizly, said the company decided to expand to Jacksonville because of the young demographic. 

"People are looking for, you know, the next service that can make their life that much more easier and convenient," Horgan said. 

The service allows customers to order alcohol from nearby liquor stores using either the app or desktop site.

Once the order is placed, the delivery comes from an employee of the store or someone contracted by the store. The delivery cost is a flat $5 fee. 

Parents needn't worry about their children or teenagers abusing the service. Upon delivery, the drivers will scan the customers' ID to verify they are 21.

Drizly is available in 28 cities, including Seattle, Tampa Bay, Orlando and Austin, Texas.

Rock 'N Rib Festival

Mark your calendars now for the 2015 Rib Crib's Rock ’n Rib Festival in Downtown Tulsa. Four days of championship BBQ and live music are slated for this September on the streets outside the BOK Center. Bring the entire family and join us for Oklahoma's premiere celebration of award-winning ribs!Dates:Thursday, September 17, 2015, 11:00AM-11:00 PMFriday, September 18, 2015, 11:00AM-11:00 PMSaturday, September 19, 2015, 11:00AM-11:00 PMSunday, September 20, 2015, 11:00AM-3:00PMLocation:Outside the BOK Center, Third Street and Frisco Avenue, Downtown TulsaBOK Center Address: 200 S. Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103  Admission:Free Admission all days and hours of the festivalFor more information click HERE.

An Evening of Wine and Roses

An Evening of Wine & Roses returns on Sept. 25, 2015, and promises an enchanting summer night under the stars. The event features more than 180 wines and spirits along with appetizers and desserts from 40 Tulsa restaurants in a beautiful Midsummer Night’s Dream setting. Guests can sample various wines, spirits, hors d’oeuvres and sweets in the historic Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden. A limited number of tickets will be sold.This year’s event showcases the much anticipated renovation of Tier 1 of the Tulsa Rose Garden featuring lighting, ADA accessible features and improved walkways. Over 250 replacement roses have been planted with additional plantings of complimentary plants scheduled for Fall and early Spring.An Evening of Wine & Roses offers two distinct events. The Premier Tasting, held in the mansion, is set for 6 :00pm to 7:30pm, and offers top wines and food from Tulsa’s finest chefs. Tickets are $150 each or are included in sponsor packages. All Premier Tasting guests can also attend the Garden Tasting, set for 7:00pm to 9:30pm in the rose garden. Tickets for the Garden Tasting event are $85 for the general public or $70 for garden center members.This is the primary annual fundraiser for the Tulsa Garden Center, and all proceeds benefit our educational programs. Reservations are required for An Evening of Wine & Roses and space is limited. The reservation deadline is Sept. 18, 2015, and attendees must be 21 years old to attend. To make reservations, purchase a sponsorship, or for more information, please call 918-746-5125.

14th Annual Bixby BBQ’n Blues Festival

Every year, on the first Friday and Saturday of May, Washington Irving Memorial Park in Bixby is transformed into the largest BBQ festival in all of Oklahoma. May 1st and 2nd is two days of the State’s best Barbeque and music all rolled into one and is a community fundraiser created by the Rotary Club of Bixby. 

 The Rotary Club of Bixby used funds from past festivals to build the Rotary Club of Bixby Amphitheater which is located in Washington Irving Memorial Park.

 Proceeds from the first festival enabled the Club to present Bixby Public Schools with a large electronic marquee sign, complete with a digitized message board. Located on Memorial Drive, the sign promotes school activities from PTA meetings to athletic events.

For more information including listing of events and live music visit bixbyrotarybbq.com 

Internet celebrates National Beer Day

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Happy National Beer Day!

Tuesday marks 82 years since the Cullen-Harrison Act, which legalized the sale of beer, went into effect on April 7, 1933.

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The "holiday" has not gone unnoticed on social media. Click here or scroll down to see what people are saying, and join the conversation with the hashtag #NationalBeerDay.

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Can You Bring The Heat 3rd Annual Chili Cook-off

Test your skills by signing up for Tulsa FCU’s 3rd Annual Chili Cook-Off benefitting Tulsa Area United Way. The event will be held on Saturday, September 13 at 17th and Riverside.

The Chili Cook Off will feature two separate competitive categories; a Chili Appreciation Society International category and an Open category. There will also be live music and fun, family-friendly recreational activities. Taster kits will be available at 1:00pm for a $20 donation.

Prizes valued up to $500 for winners in each category

Download an entry form at Tulsa Fredal Credit Unions website

Broken Arrow Food Truck Festival

Broken Arrow will hold it’s first food truck festival September 6, 2014, touting the name Taste on Main.  The fun begins at 11am and ends at 10pm. 

Over 20 plus food trucks are expected to invade Main Street in Downtown Broken Arrow, OK.  Broken Arrow will be closing down Main Street from Broadway to Dallas for this food truck festival.

“We are excited for the food truck invasion to happen to Broken Arrow”’, said Josh Lynch, Dog House food truck owner and event coordinator.  “We have an entire day full of kids activities, music and food planned, we hope the community will come out and support Taste on Main”.

Festivalgoers will indulge in a wide assortment of delicious, innovative foods all served from the inside of a four-wheeled vehicle.  Visitors need to get their taste buds ready for hot dogs, burgers, sushi, catfish, BLT’s, crepes, gyros, snow cones, mini donuts, cupcakes, propops and so much more. 

Some of the food trucks participating will be Brownies, Local Table, Mods, Kona Ice, On a Roll, Lick your Lips Mini Donuts, Gyros by Ali, Pita Place, Mikes BBQ, Jubilee Concessions, Jared’s Propops, Not your Grandma’s Cupcakes, Masa, Stella Reauxs’s, Mr. Nice Guys, The Dog House

Taste on Main will also feature a Kids Zone and live music throughout the festival.  Taste on Main will show the OU vs. TU game from 11am-3pm, followed by live music.  The band line-up will feature local musicians Steve Liddell 3-4pm, Jill Holzbauer 4:15-5:15pm,  Jacob Tovar 5:30-6:30pm, Dustin Pittsley 6:45-7:45pm and rounding out the entertainment Brujo Roots 8-10pm.  Whether you’re looking for a great way to spend an afternoon, a food lover eager to taste a delicious mix of the best food trucks & carts in Oklahoma or a music fan looking to hear great live music, Taste on Main is one event that offers something for everyone.  For more information contact  Josh Lynch (918) 810-9330 or info@doghousetulsa.com

Tulsa’s 8th Annual Restaurant Week

In conjunction with September’s national Hunger Action Month, area restaurants are helping the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma fight hunger in eastern Oklahoma by participating in Tulsa’s 8th annual Restaurant Week Sept. 6 – 14. Participating restaurants will offer three-course, prix fixe meals and donate 10 percent of Restaurant Week menu proceeds to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Food for Kids program. Restaurant Week proceeds will be matched by the George Kaiser Family Foundation up to $25,000.Restaurant Week patrons can select from a variety of three-course lunch and dinner menus designed to suit any taste and budget. Restaurants will offer a lunch menu priced at $12.95 per person and a dinner menu at one of three varying price points: $25 per person, $35 per person or $35 for two. Each meal will feature an appetizer, entrée and dessert and all prices exclude tax, gratuity and beverage.Tuesday, Sept. 9 is Restaurant Week Celebrity Night. On this special night, local celebrities are paired up with participating restaurants to help greet patrons and provide information about the prix fixe dinner menu.“We look forward to Restaurant Week every year and are always happy to have our restaurants participate,” said Amanda Williams, marketing and communications manager for McNellie’s Group. “It’s a great way for the community to enjoy delicious food and support a great cause.”The Food Bank’s Food for Kids program specifically addresses childhood hunger and ensures food-insecure children in our communities have a reliable resource for nutritious meals throughout the year. The program includes the Backpack Program, which provides weekend backpacks full of food to children in need; Free Family Farmers’ Markets, which provides fresh produce and bakery items to low income children and their families; and extended school holiday feeding. To date, Restaurant Week has raised more than $260,000 for the Food Bank’s mission of eliminating food insecurity.An updated list of participating restaurants, their Restaurant Week menus and contact information will be available on the TulsaPeople website beginning Sept. 1.“Restaurant week is a fun and exciting time each year,” said Eileen Bradshaw, executive director of the food bank. “It’s always inspiring to see great Tulsa restaurants step up to help our community and see Tulsa residents supporting their local restaurateurs and a hunger-relief organization.”  This year, Restaurant Week is hosting a social media contest. Show your love for Restaurant Week by posting pictures on social media. Use the hashtag #TulsaRW on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and you could win a dining certificate to one of your favorite Restaurant Week restaurants. The event’s presenting sponsors are TulsaPeople magazine and OMNI Air International. Additional sponsors include the Frisco Energy, George Kaiser Family Foundation, News on 6, KRMG and Wireless Technologies.“We look forward to Restaurant Week every year,” said Jim Langdon, publisher of TulsaPeople. “It’s a great time to visit different restaurants and try new dishes all while giving back to such a worthy cause.”For more information about Restaurant Week and its special prix fixe menus, visit TulsaPeople.com or the Tulsa Restaurant Week Facebook page.

Participating restaurants include:

DowntownBaxter’s Interurban Grill, 717 S. Houston Ave., (918) 585-3134The Chalkboard, 1324 S. Main St., (918) 582-1964 Dilly Deli, 402 E. Second St., (918) 938-6382El Guapo’s Cantina, 332 E. First St., (918) 382-7482Laffa, 111 N. Main St., (918) 728-3147McNellie’s Downtown, 409 E. First St., (918) 382-7468Naples Flatbread, 201 S. Denver Ave., Suite 107, (918) 879-1990The Tavern, 201 N. Main St., (918) 949-9801 The Vault, 620 S. Cincinnati, (918) 948-6761Yokozuna, 309 E. Second St., (918) 508-7676BrooksideCosmo Café & Bar, 3334 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 933-4848Doc’s Wine and Food, 3509 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 949-3663The Hen, 3509 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 935-3420In The Raw, 3321 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 744-1300KEO, 3524 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 794-8200Sonoma Bistro and Wine Bar, 3523 S. Peoria Ave., (918) 747-9463 Cherry Street/UticaAndolini’s, 1552 E. 15th St., (918) 728-6111Genghis Grill, 1619 E. 15th St., (918) 574-2695La Villa Restaurant, 2727 S. Rockford Road, (918) 748-5367Palace Café, 1301 E. 15th St., (918) 582-4321SMOKE. on Cherry Street, 1542 E. 15th St., (918) 949-4440 Wild Fork, 1820 Utica Square, (918) 742-0712MidtownBodean Restaurant, 3376 E 51st St., (918) 743-3861Florence Park Café, 3142 E. 15th St., (918) 619-6300Gogi Gui Korean Grill, 6380 E. 31st St., Suite M, (918) 949-9377South TulsaGenghis Grill, 10438 S. 82nd E. Ave., (918) 364-2695The French Hen, 7143 S. Yale Ave., (918) 492-2596In The Raw on the Hill, 6151 S. Sheridan Road, (918) 524-0065KEO South, 8921 S. Yale Ave., (918) 794-0090McNellie’s South City, 7031 S. Zurich Ave., (918) 933-5250The Melting Pot, 300 RiverWalk Terrace, Suite 190, (918) 299-8000Michael V’s, 8222 E. 103rd St., Suite 137, (918) 369-0310 Naples Flatbread, 4929 E 71st St, (918) 794-1600Yokozuna, 9146 S. Yale, Suite 100, (918) 619-6271Broken ArrowIn the Raw Broken Arrow, 216 Main St., (918) 893-6111Wagoner The Canebrake, 33241 E. 732 Road, Wagoner, (918) 485-1810

OKfoodie at Kitchen Concepts

We are taking a break. 

 

Join KRMG's Dan Potter and a host of celebrated local chefs for OKfoodie.

OKfoodie is held the second Tuesday of each month at the beautiful studios at Kitchen Concepts, and features a different chef and gourmet meal each time.

It’s the OKfoodie Holiday Show with guest chef Ken Schafer of Boston Deli Grill and Market!

 Boston Deli has become a south Tulsa institution. It’s a multi-award winning deli by day, which then pivots during the evening to a candle-lit, upscale, bold,  and contemporary restaurant featuring midwest comfort cuisine with phenomenal wines and service to match

 Boston Deli is also one of the top Tulsa restaurants using Tulsa-based Hasty Bake grills to do much of their cooking. And, that’s exactly what Ken and his crew will do for OKfoodie on Tuesday, December 13th,  7:00pm at Kitchen Concepts…prepare a Christmas feast on the best charcoal grills Tulsa can make! Check out this incredible menu and get your tickets before this dinner sells out:

 

First CourseScissortail Farms Spicy Mix Salad on roasted Beetsw/Candied Pecans, Craisins, Mint, Scallion and Honey-lime Vinaigrette

Second Course

Hasty Bake Hickory Roasted (Bone-out) Whole TurkeyFilled with Jalapeño Cornbread Stuffing and Chorizo 

Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce 

Sweet Potato Gratinw/Caramelized Onion & Chilpotle Crème

Third Course

Chocolate Mousse w/Raspberry Sauce & Chambord Whipped Crème

 

 

  PLEASE NOTE:  OKFoodie has a new location!  Kitchen Concepts is now at 5936 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK  74105.

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