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Dining and Concessions for BOK Shows

If you are planning a night downtown to attend the BOK Center’s upcoming shows, it might help to know the food and dining choices available. There are many restaurants downtown to choose from, but some are open especially late for those evenings that events are going on at the BOK, including SoChey Jazz Cafe and Topeca Coffee.

As the arena keeps its lineup of events varied, the menu behind the concession stands is also trying to offer something for everyone. Several local restaurants have concessions inside the arena, including food from Billy’s On the Square, Borden Dairy, In the Raw, Mazzio’s Italian Eatery, Oklahoma Style BBQ, Rubicon, Te Kei’s and general concessions.

Billy’s On the Square’s BOK Center menu features Theta Burgers, a charburger with mayo, pickles, hickory sauce and cheddar cheese, Onion Rings, and Chicken Caesar and Chicken Salad Wraps.

Located north of the BOK Center, Borden Dairy plans to satisfy the masses with ice cream treats, milk and milkshakes. Enjoy hand-dipped cones and other novelty bars for about $3.

Fans looking for something on the healthier side will enjoy fresh sushi from In the Raw, which has been the go-to place on Brookside for 10 years now. The popular teriyaki chicken rice bowl, edamame, and various seafood and vegetable rolls. Prices will be around $7.

Mazzio’s was the easy choice for pizza, providing Tulsa with great pies since 1961. For $4, attendees can chow down on a slice of cheese, pepperoni, or sausage pizza. For $20, grab a whole box and share it with your entire row. Other items, like chicken wings and breadsticks, will also be available.

If the only reason you ventured downtown to Mayfest was to chomp down on a turkey leg, you’ll be happy to know that the arena’s menu features turkey legs from Oklahoma Style BBQ. Smoked brisket sandwiches, peach cobbler and other sides are also available. Prices range from $2.50 to $6.50 for the smoked turkey leg.

Rubicon Restaurant does baked potatoes like nobody else in town. For 13 years, Rubicon has served its monster baked potatoes smothered in cheese, ranch, bbq sauce and a meat of your choice. This boat of goodness costs $7.50.

Te Kei’s brings an Asian invasion to the arena. The restaurant, which focuses largely on community involvement, placed popular chicken, beef and noodle dishes on its BOK Center menu.

Lastly, the in-house chef and staff prepare a wide array of event-type fare. General concessions will include chicken baskets, hot dogs, corn dogs, chili cheese fries, popcorn, chips, cotton candy, funnel cakes and more.

Pepsi products, coffee drinks and alcoholic beverages will also be sold. The concessions will only be open during events.

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October 9th, 2008



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