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BYOB at Tallulah’s

28 Nov


Tallulah’s Kitchen received it’s brown bag license this week, meaning you can now bring the alcoholic beverage of your choice along with you when dining on the restaurant’s outdoor patio on University Avenue.

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Students Get $1 Off at Tallulah’s

1 Jun

During the month of June, Tallulah’s Kitchen is offering $1.00 off any plate for students who show their student ID when placing an order. If you can’t use those things for discounts, what are they good for, right?

While you’re there, check out the new vegetable garden that just went in and watch for the debut of the Tallulah’s Kitchen website coming soon at www.tallulahskitchen.com.

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Supporting a Sustainable Oxford

11 Apr

Photo: FarmToMenu

Part of what makes Oxford, Mississippi, so unique is the widespread feeling of support for local businesses. The new website http://www.FarmToMenu.com is the perfect testament to this ideal. Launched by Daniel Morrow (some of you may know him as the Oxford Music Snob), the site focuses on showcasing local growers and the restaurants in Oxford that help support them.

More and more we see a growing trend toward sustainability and the purchase of local ingredients. As Daniel points out, it’s not always easy to know who is supporting this movement, and even some restaurateurs may not fully understand how easy it can be to incorporate fresh, locally grown ingredients into their menu offerings.

Through the site FarmToMenu.com, local farmers and restaurateurs have the opportunity to post information, photos and videos about themselves. Consumers can then find exactly where to go if they’re searching for locally obtained meats and vegetables. It’s a site you’ll want to bookmark and revisit often as I’m sure it will continually be updated.

Some restaurants already listed in the directory include:

  • Ravine
  • Honeybee Bakery
  • Emileigh’s Table
  • Big Bad Breakfast
  • Tallulah’s Kitchen
  • Snackbar
  • Boure
  • Bottletree Bakery
  • Deli News

Tallulah’s Sneak Peek

25 Feb

Tallulah’s Kitchen is officially opening back up on Tuesday, March 2, but owner Laurie Stirratt says she’s going to attempt a soft opening with a limited menu this weekend if at all possible.

Below are some highlights from the new menu (as well as new hours). Visit the Facebook page here if you’d like to see the complete listing.

New Spring Hours  (as of 3/26/10)
Tuesday-Saturday 11 AM – 8 PM

Fried Catfish With Fries, Hush puppies & Slaw
Small – $6.99
Large – $8.99

Fried Chicken $7.99

Seafood Gumbo
Small – One Side & Bread $6.50
Large – Two Sides & Bread $12.99

Bacon, Garlic & Sage Roasted Pork Tenderloin With Peach Chutney $9.99

Vegetable Plate: Three Vegetables And Bread $7.00

Sides – 5 Or 6 Sides A Day – They Vary Day To Day
*Indicates Vegetarian
Mashed Red Potatoes*, Fresh Turnip Greens, Fresh Wilted Garlic Spinach*, Butter Beans, Purple Hull Peas, Fried Okra*, Sweet Potatoes*, Onion Rings* And Fried Pickles*

Swiss, Cheddar And Butter Burger, Fully Dressed With A Heap Of Grilled Onions $7.50

Fried Catfish Poboy With Lettuce, Mayo, Tomato And Pickles On Gambino’s French Bread $8.99

Black bean Chipotle Burger Fully Dressed With Fries Or One Vegetable Side $7.50

Homemade Corn dogs $4.00
Onion Rings $3.50
Fried Pickles $2.50

New menu items: Homemade candy and deep-fried Twinkies, Oreos and hot dogs

Tallulah’s Replaces Catfish One

9 Feb

Don’t be alarmed when Catfish One and Tallulah’s Kitchen close at the end of this week. Tallulah’s Kitchen will be reopening; Catfish One officially closed the window of its Oxford location this past Saturday.

Below is the official word from Tallulah’s Kitchen owner Laurie Stirratt (taken from the Tallulah’s Facebook page):

“Starting this Tuesday, Tallulah’s will be the sole operator out of the Catfish One Kitchen. The Oxford Catfish One store is officially closing their doors on Saturday February 6th at 8:00 PM. We will be open Tuesday-Thursday from 11AM-4PM  and Friday-Sunday 11AM -8PM this week. We will then close to regroup, retool the menu just a bit and change over the space officially. Tallulah’s official grand opening will be on March 1st. We will still serve our present menu but will add some new entrees and bring back some old ones, too. I will post a menu for the official grand opening when it’s complete. I want to thank everyone for their continued support. I have big plans for the spring and summer! Come see us next week and keep in mind our March 1st official grand opening.”

Tallulah's Kitchen (formerly Catfish One) on Urbanspoon

Home Cookin’ at Tallulah’s Kitchen/Catfish One

1 Nov

Catfish One is now sharing its kitchen with Tallulah’s Kitchen, the brainchild of Laurie Stirratt.

According to Tallulah’s Facebook page, found here, Tallulah’s offers fresh and delicious home style recipes made from scratch everyday. (Catfish One’s fried seafood and chicken will still be available every day.)

Tallulah’s strives to purchase locally grown meat and vegetables, believing in buying local whenever possible to support Oxford’s growing small farm industry. Tallulah’s also offers large servings of its menu items such as homemade red beans and rice and gumbo in quart,1/2 gallon and gallon bags for busy folks on the go. Other items such as Italian meatballs, casseroles and trays of baked chicken are also available. Requests are taken with two days advance notice.

Below is a sample menu taken from Facebook the week of Jan. 11:

PERMANENT MENU: Entrees come with 2 sides
Seafood gumbo $10.99
Chicken and sausage gumbo $7.99
Red Beans and rice $7.99
Chicken and sausage Jambalaya $7.99
Sage and bacon roasted pork tenderloin with peach chutney $9.50
Vegetable plate-3 sides and corn or French bread $6.50

Tuesday: Rosemary garlic baked chicken $7.99
Saturday: Crawfish Etouffee $10.99

1/4 lb. Cheeseburger with fries $7.00
Black bean chipolte burger with fries or veg side $7.00
Pork tenderloin sandwich with horseradish sauce $7.50
Catfish sandwich on white bread with pickles and mayo with fries $5.00


UPDATE 12/16/09: I’ve been to Tallulah’s a few times now and the food has been delicious every time. If it’s too cold for eating out on the picnic tables, grab your food to-go.

UPDATE 2/2/10: Be aware that Tallulah’s winter hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

UPDATE 2/8/10: Tallulah’s Kitchen replaces Catfish One; see post here.

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