VINITA. The oldest village in...
VINITA. The oldest village in Oklahoma. Cafes, motels and gas stations dating mostly from the great years of 66. To get an even better idea of the past, you must stop at Easton Trails Museum, which makes the history of this region come alive. The world's largest McDonald's is also here.
A Commanding View for Demanding Sushi Lovers
Even if sushi isn't at the top of your favorite foods list, In The Raw is worth visiting due to its location alone. If you are a sushi lover, you will be doubly delighted since the quality of the food rivals the locale.
Set atop "Shadow Mountain" - one of Tulsa's highest hills - In The Raw provides diners with a commanding view of the city from its picture windows and large deck. Looking to the northwest, you are rewarded with a panorama of the city's lush green neighborhoods, the distant downtown skyline and memorable sunsets.
The seafood is flown in daily and is the freshest available. The menu is extensive, offering numerous varieties of nigiri-zushi, makizushi, sashimi, vegetarian rolls, spicy rolls, and imaginative combinations. Tempura dishes, rice and noodle bowls, and salads are also available. There are a few even less exotic items for the cautious members of your dining party. In The Raw has a well stocked bar, with a large selection of hot and cold sakis, beer, wine and other drinks.
The decor is light and pleasant, and the atmosphere is casual and festive. In The Raw is very popular and a wait can be expected. Reservations are only made for parties of 8 or more.
The Hotel Will Rogers was...
The Hotel Will Rogers was delicated on February 7, 1930. After the ceremony, Rogers himself said, ' I was more proud to see my name in electric lights in my old home town on an institution built for service to the public, than I ever was on the biggest theater on Broadway '.