At the vivacious Bolero Tapas Bar & Spanish Grill, the clatter of passing plates competes with the chatter of diners as they enjoy their multicourse meals. Executive Chef Curtis Bramlett and second-in-command Justin Ward constantly enhance the menu with weekly specials, adding to the diversity of flavors already found among the tapas. The small servings are meant to be divided and discussed, much like the drawings that Rembrandt produced on flimsy paper. The golden-fried goat cheese drizzled with tupelo honey earned laurels from the Oklahoma Gazette, which also called the caramel flan “heavenly.”
Dark plank flooring supports the warm browns of the restaurant, where floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light and fresh air to imbue the indoor space. At rows of outdoor tables, patrons can sit beneath the starlight to arrange their tapas plates in shapes that mimic constellations.
A hearth oven frames brightly in the kitchen of every Naples Flatbread & Wine Bar, roasting gourmet flatbreads to perfection. Cooks pile the house-made crusts with premium toppings before slipping them in, creating signature offerings like the creamy lobster thermidor or the Pietro, which pairs goat cheese and prosciutto with sweeter components such as black mission figs. Flatbreads aren't the only specialty, though?the kitchen also turns out fire-roasted chicken wings, baked? pastas, and entrees such as slow-braised osso bucco. An eclectic selection of beers and more than 30 wines bring out the flavors of the menu.
Gourmet Flatbreads for Every Palate
Naples Flatbread & Wine Bar is known for its signature flatbreads, which feature an array of bold, flavorful ingredients. Below, a few highlights.
|The Ginsu||The Chicken Tikka||The Tuffo|
|Toppings such as maguro tuna, ginger, and wasabi cream sauce lend a distinctly Asian flavor to the Ginsu.||Creamy coconut and masala sauce are among the ingredients that give the chicken tikka its sumptuous flavor.||Applewood-smoked duck bacon, black mission figs, and other gourmet toppings make the Tuffo a must-try for foodies.|
Canadian River Vineyards and Winery lies along Route 77, extending toward the banks of the Canadian River in rolling rows of vines and picturesque fields. The setting incites the urge to celebrate, and the owners often do so. They host elegant weddings and parties, as well as less formal events such as movies in the vineyard, game night, and bonfires. Amongst all the shindigs they throw, the Annual Grape Stomp Festival regularly proves the most popular. Of course, people visit just as often to tour the scenic grounds and taste the wine, which comes in varieties such as Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Oklahoma Riesling.
Learn To Brew was created by a professional brewer in an effort to provide patrons with a one-stop-shop for supplies, hands-on classes, and how-to videos for crafting beer and wine. In addition to taps and kegerators for homes or businesses, staff members stock ingredients such as hops, malts, and yeasts. In their classes, they cover everything from balancing acids for wine to fermenting honey for mead.
Just off the historic Route 66, Summerside Vineyards welcomes visitors into its rustic winery and meadery. Regular tours of the winery and cellar elucidate the specifics of the wine- and mead-making processes and end in the cozy tasting room. Here, surrounded by a warm color palette and antique furniture, staff walk visitors through samplings of Summerside's various wines and meads. The bottles range from dry to dessert, and each are produced and bottled in the onsite cellar. In addition to tastings, Summerside holds seasonal wine-focused events.
The Rusty Nail Winery is a premier tourist destination in southern Oklahoma. Tourists and locals alike can sip, taste, relax, select the perfect bottle of wine to take home, explore our unique gift shop, or sample tasty foods from our Bistro.