My Kind of Sunday
With my schedule working in retail, I don’t get a whole lot of Sundays off, but when I do, I value every minute of the day. There’s something about Sundays that I love– the food, company, and everything my community has to offer. Follow along for a Sunday around Tulsa, Oklahoma with me!
We headed downtown to The Rusty Crane for brunch with my boyfriend’s cousins. We parked in front of this building and I found it to be the perfect photo opportunity! I love finding little spots like these to take pictures in front of. You can almost always find me wearing this outfit any day I’m not at work. The Project Social T Textured-Knit V-Neck Tee from Urban Outfitters is the perfect t-shirt for any “jeans & tee” look. It’s lightweight, comfy, and goes great over a lace bralette. I have it in several neutral colors and I’ve been living in them for the past few months. I’m super happy about the warmer weather, since I get to break out these knock-off Birkenstocks from a little boutique in Fayetteville called Maude.
On to the good stuff– the food.
I ordered the Smack ‘n Cheese which came loaded with bell peppers, mushrooms, spinach, and bacon. Pretty dang good, I must say! I definitely want to come back to The Rusty Crane to try some other entrees. Not pictured is the Manmosa (beer + orange juice) I had earlier while we were waiting for a patio table. It was pretty good, but I like anything mixed with a nice glass of orange juice, so that’s probably not saying much. 🙂
After that delicious meal, we headed off to the Tulsa Rose Garden where SpringFest was happening, which was an outdoor gardening festival. I didn’t take any pictures of it since there wasn’t much that interested me (most likely because we live in an apartment and don’t have the space to do gardening), but it felt good to walk off that Smack ‘n Cheese. We did more walking around the rose garden and stumbled upon The Conservatory which housed all these beautiful cacti and plants. It’s such a beautiful space, I could stay there for hours admiring the plants.
Once we left the rose garden, we spent a few hours at the house to rest then headed back out for dinner at Andolini’s Pizzeria on Cherry Street!
We ordered three pizzas and I only captured a picture of one because I was too busy stuffing my face. I don’t remember the name of this one, but I love anything with a fried egg on top! This was also the day that I became a ranch convert again. I don’t typically gravitate towards ranch dressing, but their house-made ranch is unlike any other ranch I’ve had– it’s super garlicky and super yummy. I’d like to buy a bottle of it.
I hope you enjoyed this post, even if it was mostly about food!
How do you spend your Sundays? Are you the type to go out and about, take weekend trips, or lounge around? However you choose to spend your Sunday, I hope you have a lovely one!