TULSA - The Blue Dome District in downtown Tulsa continues to grow, with new shopping and dining options opening their doors on a steady basis.
The newest addition is a downtown version of Lambrusco'z, a unique combination of deli, sandwich shop, caterer, and "grab and go" dining.
It also carries Boar's Head meats and cheeses, which are wildly popular in the eastern U.S.
Famous for their white queso, Lambrusco'z has been in its Brookside location for several years.
Its new location is at 114 S. Detroit.
Owner Nancy Bruce says the new spot was a bit of a gamble, and at first she hesitated.
But after seeing the potential location -- built, as far she knows, as a bus barn in the 1920's -- and looking around the Blue Dome District, she just felt it would take off and be successful.
Monday, it opened its doors -- quietly, because construction delays prevented their initial opening date.
But already, she told KRMG, business has steadily picked up and she's confident that people who come downtown for events at the BOK Center, the Performing Arts Center, Guthrie Green or other venues will find her place a convenient and tasty spot to grab a meal.
Another new location downtown is Tallgrass Prairie Table 313 E. 2nd Street.
The upscale restaurant features a beautiful decor, an eclectic American menu with special menu items offered on a daily basis, and a "farm to table" philosophy which emphasizes locally-grown food.
It's also known for its boutique wines, local beers, and live music.