Support local growers and restaurants with curbside grocery pick-up from Oklahoma retailers and outdoor farmers markets featuring extra food supplies.
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Local grocers and restaurants with ample food supplies are finding innovative ways to serve Oklahomans looking to skip long social distancing lines. While some Oklahoma shops have been offering locally-grown produce for years, others have newly ventured into the game to serve growing needs for safe grocery pick-up. These local outdoor markets, restaurants, farmers and grocers creatively fill the gaps in hard-to-find goods. Pick up the phone, shop online, or visit outdoor farmers markets to fill your pantries with the necessities during quarantine.
Grab groceries and some takeout in one quick curbside pick-up mission at Hi-Way Cafe in Vinita. Choose between rotating family-style meals for four for an easy family dinner. You can also request Food Box deliveries for elderly neighbors and those who prefer stocking up on groceries from the safety of their own porches. Each food box includes lettuce, tomatoes, onions, eggs, bread, potatoes and protein options. Choose between hamburger patties, jalapeño chicken, pork chops and 7oz sirloins, the perfect addition to your next make-at-home quarantine meal.
Call ahead at Siegi's Sausage Factory in Tulsa for the makings of a delicious homecooked meal. While Siegi's specializes in Oklahoma-raised beef, hams, roasts, chicken, smoked salmon and sausages, families can also keep hungry mouths well-fed with locally-sourced pasta sauces. Add a house specialty Bavarian cheese spread, chicken salad tub or Dusseldorf mustard bottle to your order for the ultimate quarantine gift for yourself. Guests can also choose from savory deli take-out favorites like loaded Reuben sandwiches, Jägerschnitzel served with German fries, cucumber dill salad and Hungarian goulash.
Jane's Delicatessen in Tulsa takes care of all your food supply needs in one stop. For those craving Eastern European comfort food, Jane's Delicatessen offers deli favorites like matzo ball soup and vegan dogs alongside grocery basics and local craft beers. Shoppers can create their own deli dishes at home with honey, sardines, onions, milk and granola purchased from this Tulsa restaurant. Call your curbside pick-up order in for Made in Oklahoma snacks and Wiener Schnitzel Dinners best enjoyed from the safety of your own kitchen.
Cut down on trips outside the house with a grocery run at Outlaws Grocery and Diner in Weleetka. While placing your take-out order for hearty egg omelets or satisfying chicken fry dinners, be sure to add a slice of pie and pantry essentials to your tab. This local diner even offers free simple meals to community members in need. For deli must-haves and butchered meats, be sure to call in your curbside pick-up grocery list at Outlaws Grocery and Diner. Nearby residents can even call in delivery for take-out and grocery items sourced locally.
Lovera's Market continues keeping its shelves stocked with a variety of Made in Oklahoma products, international goodies and brand-name groceries. Call in your curbside pick-up order from this Krebs grocery store, or ship its signature cheeses and sausages to your door. Whether in need of Italian cuisine favorites like stuffed olives and locally-made noodles or ground beef and bottles of wine, refill your pantry with a trip to Lovera's Market. As an added boost to your next shelter-in-place meal, be sure to request a signature ready-to-heat Italian entree like chicken parmesan, rigatoni and lasagna.
Crows Market on Main is no stranger to the art of delivering Oklahoma-grown produce to the hands of Shawnee residents. Shoppers are encouraged to call in their orders to pick up at the door. Those who choose to shop inside are asked to use the provided hand sanitizer and food-safe gloves while checking out the supply of Made in Oklahoma essentials. For fresh, in-season produce like spring asparagus, head to this Shawnee market offering fruits, vegetables and herbs grown in Oklahoma, as well as locally-raised animal products.
If you prefer to dine at home, stop by Whiskey Cake in Oklahoma City to pick up Survival Kits, featuring a mix of ready-to-eat meals, meal assembly kits and grocery basics. Pick up a Farm Snack pack, complete with locally-sourced bread, cheese, bourbon peach jam, honey and sausage, or look out for the Tiger King Chicken Casserole kit, including uncooked rice, bell peppers and Tiger Rice seasoning. Come by to restock the pantry with the OG Kit, including three pounds of protein, one dozen eggs, one gallon of milk, one pound of butter, one bread loaf, one roll of two-ply toilet paper and assorted fruits and veggies, or simply swing by for half a whiskey cake to survive yet another quarantine weekend.
The Oil Tree has currently teamed up with FreshPoint Oklahoma to create curbside pick-up produce boxes featuring fresh fruits and vegetables. Choose between the small and family-sized Fruit Forward and Eat Your Veggies boxes, featuring an array of options like pineapple, lemons, seedless grapes, baby carrots, bell peppers, romaine lettuce and seedless cucumbers. Steak packs and burger patties are also available for pre-order. Foodies can also get creative in the kitchen with the help of flavored olive oils, balsamic vinegars, spices and cooking supplies offered online, plus "Quarantine with Carol" recipes highlighted on The Oil Tree's social media channels.
Antique shopping may be put on pause, but ND Foods in Oklahoma City currently offers guests curbside grocery delivery service, pairing deli specials with locally-sourced produce, jellies, condiments, breads and pasta sauces. Swing by ND Foods for Oklahoma-made whole milk, stuffed salmon to-go, cheese created in Oklahoma, locally roasted coffee, face masks and house-made desserts like decadent black forest cake and pecan sticky buns. Spice up dinner with an order of chocolate-dipped strawberries, homemade soups, salads and deli meats with a trip to ND Foods.
For contact-free grocery shopping that also satisfies sweet tooths, submit your Mediterranean Imports & Deli shopping list online. Once you and your personal shopper have discussed your order and pick-up time over the phone, head to this Oklahoma City deli to await the arrival of your olive oil, chickpea flour, flatbread and hummus. Be sure to include delicious Mediterranean deli extras to your list, including coconut macaroons, baklava, stuffed grape leaves and fresh spinach pies. For the ultimate safety, request groceries be delivered directly to your trunk.
Urban Agrarian has placed food from Oklahoma farmers and ranchers into the hands of Oklahoma City residents for years. These longtime grocery store experts even recently expanded their operations with a storefront in Edmond. Call ahead during quarantine to shop for groceries virtually at either Urban Agrarian location. Choose between Made in Oklahoma dairy products, recently butchered meats, freshly picked produce, housemade chicken stock, locally-sourced baked goods and more. Whether shopping for artisanal spreads or ingredients for your next inventive kitchen concoction, place your curbside pick-up grocery list in the capable hands of the Urban Agrarian crew.
The Lawton Farmers Market has officially opened for the 2020 season, although shoppers are required to practice social distancing while stocking up on fresh produce. Don your face masks and send one shopper to Cameron University's Animal Sciences building to procure fresh food for the whole family. Choose between comb honey harvested in Sulphur, seasonal fruits and veggies, Oklahoma-baked bread, farm fresh eggs and more. From ripe asparagus and Oklahoma-raised lamb to duck eggs and indulgent desserts, freshen up a week's worth of meals after visiting this Lawton farmers market.
Tillman County Farmers Market kicked off its season a few weeks early, bringing fresh farm products to Frederick residents and visitors via drive-thru options. Stay safe and remain in your care while restocking your pantry with must-have meats, baked goods and free extras like onions at this county market. Although most produce remains off the market for now, shoppers can add locally-raised beef to their grocery stash with a trip to this drive-thru farmers market in southwest Oklahoma.
Although the Cultivar Mexican Kitchen doors are currently closed due to COVID-19, Oklahoma City locals can visit Cultivar's pop-up farmers market. Head to the NE corner of May Ave and 164th St to pick up fresh produce for delicious at-home menus. While products rotate, guests can count on a variety of salsas, as well as ready-to-heat house specialties like pork carnitas, Mexican street corn and rotisserie chicken. Stock up on Mexican food essentials like lime crema, cilantro, onions, hot sauce, peppers and tortillas for full feasts in the safety of your own home.
Pre-order locally-sourced ingredients for your next meal from the Paseo Farmers Market in Oklahoma City. Navigate through the online offerings from local vendors, from hand tarts and bouquets to signature coffee beans and new reading materials. Shop each week for new additions and specials, from fresh cream scones to edible flowers. Once you place your order in advance, simply wait until your specific pick-up time on Saturday, or pay extra for a contactless Pedal Exchange grocery delivery to your door. At this metro farmers market, shoppers can even pay for their pantry replenishments with SNAP benefits.
As another alternative to grocery store lines, shoppers can order goods directly from Oklahoma growers. Stop by the Swan Brothers Dairy Farm in Claremore for prime dairy products like cheese and butter, or place an online order for shelled pecans and frozen blueberries grown at Endicott Farms in Mounds. Call ahead to pick up USDA Angus beef and pecans from Hoffman Pecan Farm in Stillwater, or send a Facebook message to order asparagus from Outback Farm in Pryor. Order fresh herbs over the phone from Oklahoma Heritage Farm & Market in Ramona or arrange a no-contact pick-up of fresh flowers and starter plants from Joe's Farm in Bixby. Families can even enjoy a Drive-Thru Tour of John's Farm in Fairview while stopping by to pick up grass-finished beef grown in Oklahoma.
Be sure to check out the full list of Oklahoma producers currently offering safety-minded shopping options to find the nearest grower. Tulsa-area residents can find a list of local vendors to purchase from directly.
Head to Homeland to knock out your grocery shopping, and be sure to fill your cart with treats and prepackaged meals made by Oklahoma restaurants. Grab a few German desserts baked in-house at Ingrid's Kitchen, and elevate your next meal with crab cakes created by Rococo Restaurant and Wine Bar. Add chicken tikka masala whipped together by Social Deck + Dining and overnight oats cooked by Aurora Breakfast, Bar & Backyard for a satisfying meal during quarantine.
For more quarantine safety resources and sheltering-in-place tips, be sure to check out the TravelOK Stay-at-Home Guide. For any updates, additions or corrections, please let us know via email: email@example.com.