EnjoyaBowl, the latest eatery concept to fill the cafe space at Guthrie Green, will have its grand opening Monday, Sept. 9.

The restaurant will offer “a light and inspiring approach to the bowl concept,” according to a news release. The menu leans toward Asian flavors, with such dishes as crispy wonton nachos topped with homemade peanut queso, beef and broccoli with soba noodles, sweet and sour chicken, and egg drop soup, along with a variety of freshly prepared salads and smoothie bowls.

Vegetarian and gluten-free options will be available, as well as draft beers.

Sean Savage, culinary director for Guthrie Green and Gathering Place, said the goal of EnjoyaBowl was to offer a diverse, delicious and unique menu to Tulsa.

“We crafted the dishes from scratch,” Savage said in a statement. “Our culinary team invested countless hours developing new recipes and some twists on old favorites. We asked ourselves, ‘What’s something new Tulsa’s palate hasn’t experienced yet?’ and we started from there.”

“We’re thrilled to offer a different twist to a popular restaurant concept at Guthrie Green,” said Tony Moore, executive director for Guthrie Green and Gathering Place. “EnjoyaBowl is a fun dining concept that will enrich our visitors’ experience whether dining for lunch, dinner, Movie in the Park or a Signature Event.”

Hours for EnjoyaBowl will be 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Sunday, with later hours for special events. The restaurant will also be available for private parties and catering.

EnjoyaBowl is on the dock area on the north side of Guthrie Green, 111 E. Reconciliation Way.

This is the fourth restaurant to occupy this space since Guthrie Green opened to the public in 2012. Lucky’s on the Green, which offered “international park fare,” was the first occupant. Mr. Nice Guys took over in 2017, followed in 2018 by Green-wich, a concept of the Justin Thompson Restaurant group.

For more information, visit guthriegreen.com.

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