Brookside (Tulsa, OK)
By Lori Cain, Midtown Tulsa Real Estate Top Producer
(eXp Realty)
Cafe Samana - Brookside's awesome healthy dining choice and Conscious Cafe Yesterday I met girlfriends on Brookside for lunch at Cafe Samana, located at 3807 South Peoria Avenue where the Blue Moon Bakery use to be. My girlfriend Kalyn is vegan vegetarian, so finding a spot we can both enjoy is sometimes a challenge. Not at Cafe Samana - we enjoyed EVERYTHING we had. Boasting home cooking from organic and locally-grown ingredients, Cafe Samana also offers gluten-free menu items. Entrees are under $10, but there's no cap on taste! Kalyn, Lindsay and I shared hummus and vegetables before lunch. Kalyn had the vegan bratwurst with Samana slaw (yum and made with bean sprouts); Lindsay had the roasted veggie sandwich; I had the chicken salad wrap with potato patties. We all shared a moist bro...
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By Lori Cain, Midtown Tulsa Real Estate Top Producer
(eXp Realty)
Brookside Body Works Day Spa: midtown Tulsa pampering on Brookside Dona Kidder, spa owner, gives the most awesome and professional hot stone massage, and her prices are more than reasonable. Your first visit for a 1-hour massage is $35. Weekly or bi-weekly massages are $40; monthly massages are $45 and regular price is $50. Facial massages are $35 and total body wraps are $50.     If you don't know the healing benefits of a professional hot stone massage, you'll understand after this Licensed Massage Therapist is done with you! Brookside Body Works Day Spa: midtown Tulsa pampering on Brookside My massage SO helped my neck and shoulders from the many hours I spend at my computer. Dona's atmosphere in her spa is very pleasing and I encourage you to contact her. You DESERVE this treat! Don...
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$127,500 Brookside Bungalow, 4631 S Troost Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma: immaculate, updated, move-in ready, perfect for first-time buyer or family Everyone wants to live in the midtown Brookside area, close to shopping, restaurants, entertainment and less than a mile from Tulsa’s River Park. If you like to walk or ride your bike, this is the place to be! THIS Brookside bungalow is charming and stunning at the same time, absolutely no detail forgotten. The brick and vinyl bungalow requires no maintenance and boasts a newer roof. Sit on the covered porch and enjoy the flower bed and the redbud tree in the front lawn. The first thing you’ll notice when you enter the home in the formal living room are the beautifully maintained hardwood floors, fresh paint, new ceiling fan and crown molding. Th...
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By Debbie Durkee, ALC, CRS -- Land & Country Estates near Tulsa
(RE/MAX T-town)
QuikTrip Corporation celebrated it's 50th anniversary by sponsoring a big bash at River Parks yesterday.  The festivities began at noon on the west bank of the Arkansas River.  Leon Russell came with his band and so did Hanson.  They are all from Tulsa originally. The night ended with a giant fireworks display.  The event was free to the public and the weather was absolutely gorgeous. In my opinion, the best part of the entertainment was the trip down memory lane with a video collage of QuikTrip commercials where we all got to see Lamar and his antics again. Thank you, Chester Cadieux, not just for yesterday's entertainment, but also for having given us a safe clean and enjoyable place to buy gas, pop, coffee, and food for the past fifty years.  We know we can count on QuikTrip to be gi...
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By Anthony Clark, Real Estate. It's About Lifestyle!
  Anthony Clark | Keller Williams Realty | anthonyclarkrealtor@gmail.com 3941 S. Detroit Ave., Tulsa, OK Brookside best buy! 3BR/1BA Single Family House offered at $115,000 Year Built 1950 Sq Footage Unspecified Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1 full, 0 partial Floors 1 Parking Unspecified Lot Size 6,888 sqft HOA/Maint $0 per month DESCRIPTION Beautiful Brookside home. Remarkable condition! Updated kitchen w/island, concrete countertops, lots of light. Hardwoods throughout, slate kitchen. Faux wood blinds throughout. Stamped/stained concrete porch & patio. All appliances stay including front-load washer & dryer. New roof in 2007, newer siding & windows. see additional photos below PROPERTY FEATURES Central A/C Central heat Hardwood floor Tile floor Living room Dining room Dishwasher Refrigerator ...
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By Anthony Clark, Real Estate. It's About Lifestyle!
Brookside is just one of those neighborhoods...  always trendy, always fun, always just what you're looking for when you're looking for it. The area has a great selection of restaurants, both local & national chains, such as in the raw, the Brook Restaurant (pictured above), Charleston's, and Pei Wei.  The bars & clubs are definitely some of the hottest spots in Tulsa.  Some might call Aberson's, with a long-standing tradition of being Tulsa's premier store for clothing, the anchor store for Brookside.  Center1 is home to the Brookside Design District, a collection of furniture stores as well as high-end boutiques. Arguably Tulsa's most walkable district, Brookside has a lot to offer.  It continues to be one of the most desirable areas of Tulsa with it close proximity to shopping, dinin...
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By cole cunningham
(ModernTulsa)
No huge explosions or candlelight vigils for this oldie. Though not exactly Modern, the Camelot Inn near Brookside certainly had a Mid-Century charm to it. Pictured below in it’s prime, the building had fallen short of required maintenance over the years and destruction has now commenced. It could be argued that landmarks such as this have a historical significance to our city and should be preserved to tell their tale. Interestingly enough this building is falling silently. No rallies to stop the processes or even any spectators on the scene. Why did the Camelot Inn fall? Did it deserve to be destroyed? Was another Quicktrip really what you wanted? Does anyone care? The demolition process began this month and will drag on for at least a week or more. No dramatic explosions on this jobs...
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