DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa Downtown showcases new market-gastropub dining concept

DoubleTree by Hilton announced that its downtown Tulsa hotel has been selected as the beta site for a new dining concept scheduled to roll out in other markets across the U.S. in 2013.

The new Made Market at DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa Downtown offers a full-menu, quick-service dining experience with various dining options, including a main dining room, a living room for lounging, a bar, and an herb “Garden Room” in the front window section of the restaurant. Guests may eat in or place take away orders for food and drink at the counter and runners will deliver the order to individual tables and guestrooms. The open display kitchen cooks breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the buffet will have home-style soups, fresh from-the-oven flatbreads and pizza. Classic and locally-inspired deli offerings fill the sandwich board and salads are tossed to order. The food options emphasize healthy choices from both established national and local brands, including beer from Tulsa-based Marshall Brewing Company and as well as locally-sourced ingredients.

Made Market, a $2-million project under construction now in Tulsa, is said to be “an all-day eatery that blends the convenience of a gourmet market with the allure of a brick oven gastropub."

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