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Wine dinner from the Polo Grill

The Polo Grill, 2038 Utica Square, hosts a series of special dinners every Sunday in February benefiting Oasis Fresh Market, the north Tulsa grocery store working to address food insecurity in the region.

In the evenings, wines and whiskeys from black-owned wineries and distilleries are paired with recipes from Cleora’s Kitchen: The Memoir of a Cook and Eight Decades of Great American Food, a collection of recipes and stories by Cleora Butler, a home cook and caterer in Tulsa for more than 60 years; by Cobbler Mom, a new restaurant in the Greenwood District, and the Polo Grill’s own menu.

Featured wineries and distilleries include Greenwood Rye Whiskey, Brown Estate, Maison Noir, Wade Cellars, Bodkin Wines, McBride Sisters and Sun Goddess. The featured wines are also available by the glass and bottle at the Polo Grill throughout February. Reservations are recommended. 918-744-4280, pologrill.com.

‘Greenwood Ave. Project’

The Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood Ave., is hosting the premiere of a new documentary, “Greenwood Ave Project” on February 27th. The evening begins with a cocktail reception at 6pm, the film will be screened at 7:30pm


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