GALENA. At the beginning of...
GALENA. At the beginning of the twentieth century the zinc and lead mines made the fortune of Main Street in Galena, which became famous for accounting for your pay in a matter of hours with its barmaids and joints. Today, Main Streets worth a look for its nostalgic neglect.
What's Not to Love?
Whether you're looking for a place for a casual family gathering or a more romantic rendezvous, Ti Amo is an excellent choice. Ti Amo serves authentic Italian favorites in a setting of relaxed refinement.
The menu includes all the expected pasta creations such as spaghetti, fetuccine, rigatoni, lasagna, cannelloni, manicotti, ravioli and tortellini, prepared with a variety of sauces and fillings. Pork loin, veal, and chicken dishes are also offered, along with several soups and salads. Careful attention is given to the freshness of the ingredients and the presentation is skillful and inviting. A complete wine list and full bar is offered.
There are two locations: the orignal South location near 61st & Sheridan, and a newer Downtown location just one block east of the BOK Center. The atmoshere of the restaurant at either can best be described as casually elegant and inviting. Tables are topped with linen clothes, banquettes line the wall, and a small fountain flows quietly in the middle of the main dining area. The wait staff is professional and generally friendly without being intrusive. A bar and lounge area often features relaxing live music.
Given the quality of the fare and the pleasant surroundings, and combined with suprisingly low prices, Ti Amo presents a dining option that you've just got to love!
Relaxed, Cosmopolitan City
"Better the second time around"
I grew up in Tulsa and ran screaming away as soon as I graduated from high school. Eight years later, after living in New York and Tokyo, I did the unthinkable: I moved back. For good. My second experience here is far better than the first. Tulsa is a far more cosmopolitan city now than when I left it. Although this is a small, relaxed place, it has many of the attractions of a big city -- fabulous architecture downtown, a variety of different cuisines, independent coffee shops to relax in and an increasingly diverse population. This webpage will document my attempts to explore the city I once vowed never to return to. I hope you'll enjoy traveling with me.