The Roundup

Our FIRST Retaurant Review – 1981!

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

Just when our little restaurant was less than one year old, in walks a marvelous couple who wrote for the Orange Park Acres “Common Talk.” They had heard about our new little rib ‘joint’ and had to take a look for themselves. Once this was published, we had so many folks from Orange Park Acres […]

High Hopes Fundraising Concert is Coming Up

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

For the 10th year, we have catered and supported the High Hopes Head Injury Non Profit’s Annual Fundraiser. With World Famous Jazz Saxophone Musician Eric Marienthal as the head liner. This summer concert at the Hyatt Newport helps to raise significant funds to support their services and this year Patty Austin will be joining Chuck […]

Fall Is Tail Gate Season

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

Although our Southern California the weather has not turned to the cooler days of fall, our favorite football teams are in the throws of their fall seasons! With this change arrives the fun football tail gate parties. We know Tulsa Rib Company’s ribs are JUST the main dish ( sides) needed to ensure a successful […]

The Holidays are Tulsa Giving Time

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

Tulsa Rib Company has the good fortune of being asked to support so many great charities in our community. As we finish out our 34th year in business, we know how truly blessed we are to not only have a thriving business but that business then enables us to help those less fortunate in our […]

THROW BACK TULSA

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

Once again, we highlight a throwback article about the restaurant by a famous professional critic: Elmer Dills!  There are fun to see how the world of restaurant reviews have changed… Restaurant critic Elmer Dills was “king” of Southern California in the 1990’s. During that era, he not only wrote a popular LA TIMES column on […]

Famed LA Times Food Critic Key to Tulsa’s Early Success

by The Admin / on September 30, 2016

Don Smith was the ‘king’ of the restaurant review for the Los Angeles Times for decades.  His words and opinions would either bring a restaurant fame and fortune or could close them down in months.  He usually stuck to the Los Angeles restaurant scene in most all of his columns.  But as fate would have […]