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In the heart of Tulsa’s Brookside District, a new restaurant opened its doors in February. Called Ol’Vine, it offers California-inspired, seasonal food prepared on a wood fire grill, all in a pleasantly open, bright dining room sandwiched between two of the best patios in town. It’s a surefire recipe for a great dining experience. And that’s just the way owner Don Jones likes it. If Jones’ name sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve heard of him before. A well-known restaurateur in Tulsa, he is also the current

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owner of Cafe Olé, the successful Southwestern restaurant around the corner from Ol’Vine. With a lot of culinary successes under his belt, it’s no surprise to see Jones picking up the mantle left by Sonoma’s owners and running with it to delight Tulsans anew in Brookside.

dedicated, passionate, detailed approach to food, service and customer satisfaction. Ol’Vine promises clients what Cafe Olé does — an experience they can fall in love with.

Cafe Olé and Ol’Vine share one highly important element in common — Jones’

For those who enjoyed dining at Sonoma, which closed its doors in December 2016,

March 2017 (Vol. 31, No. 3)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For over 30 years, Preview has been the best resource for dis...

March 2017 (Vol. 31, No. 3)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 For over 30 years, Preview has been the best resource for dis...