Stonewood Cafe grand reopening in Broken Arrow

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As regular readers will attest, I like coffee almost as much as I like coffeehouses, and I keep my eyes out for locally-owned coffeehouses everywhere I go. When I'm in BA and in need of some good coffee and a place to do some work over a breakfast sandwich, I head to Stonewood Cafe.

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Midtown is not the only place in the Tulsa metro area to find cool little coffeehouses. If you're out in Broken Arrow, Stonewood Cafe, just north of the Broken Arrow Expressway on Elm Place (161st East Avenue) is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee, have a meal, get some work done, and meet with friends. Stonewood Cafe serves coffee roasted by Double Shot Coffee Company, with four different coffees from around the world brewing at any given time.

A while back they solved a logistical problem -- not enough tables near outlets -- by installing high-backed wooden booths along the wall, each booth with its own outlets.
They've also expanded their menu in recent months, adding specialty beers and wine and a variety of sandwiches, wraps, pizzas, and appetizers.

To celebrate these and other changes, this weekend (Thurs-Sat, April 5-7, 2012), Stonewood Coffee and Cafe is celebrating its grand reopening with live music, giveaways, and a new display of art by local artists. Giveaways will include a night at the Towne Place Suites (just next door), coffee beans and mugs from Double Shot Coffee Company, a Monin Syrup gift bag, t-shirts, gift cards for Stonewood and neighboring businesses, and more.

Stonewood Cafe, 449 W. Stonewood Drive, Broken Arrow, OK, opens at 6:30 am Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. on Saturdays. It closes at 9 p.m. Mon-Thurs, 11 p.m. Fri-Sat. Closed Sundays.

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