Where to find FREE WIFI in Tulsa

Where to find FREE WIFI in Tulsa

I created a list of FREE WIFIspots in Tulsa when the NCAA tournament was in town (2011).   It was a pretty popular post, so I’ve decided to expand on that list.  I posted a request on the Social Media Tulsa’s Facebook page.   Below are the locations in and around Tulsa  that provide FREE WIFI.   If you’d like to add your business or your favorite FREE WIFI spot, please add it to the Facebook post, or below in the comments. Enjoy!

 

Restaurants/Bars
Fat Guys Burger Bar
Joe Momma’s Pizza
Dilly Deli
The Max Retropub
Elote Cafe and Catering
Mod’s Coffee and Crepes
Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge
Panera Bread
15th Utica
41st & Hudson
69th & Lewis
Tulsa Hills
71st & Garnett
Old School Bagel Cafe
Fat Daddy’s Pub and Grill

Coffee Shops
Agora Coffee House
Shades of Brown
Topeca Coffee
Inside – The Mayo Hotel
Inside – Hyatt Hotel
Agora Coffee House
The Coffee House on Cherry Street
Scoops & Grinds – Collinsville, OK

Book Stores
Barnes & Noble – Southroads
Barnes & Noble – Woodland Plaza

Retail Stores
Staples
S. Harvard
Tulsa Hills
E. 71st Street

Sams Club
Sheridan
Mingo
Olympia

Schools/ Colleges
OSU-Tulsa
Tulsa Tech
Peoria Campus
Memorial Complex
Riverside Campus
Sand Springs Campus
Skyline Campus
Broken Arrow Campus
Owasso Complex – Scheduled to open Fall of 2013

Fitness Centers
YMCA of Greater Tulsa
Hutcherson Family

Tulsa City-County Library
African-American Resource
Rudisill Regional Library
American Indian Resource Center
Central Library
Bixby Library
Broken Arrow Library
Brookside Library
Charles Page Library – Sand Springs, OK
Collinsville Library – Collinsville, OK
Genealogy Center
Glenpool Library
Hardesty Regional Library
Herman & Kate Kaiser Library
Hispanic Resource Center
Jenks Library
Judy Z. Kishner Library
Kendall-Whittier Library
Martin Regional Library
Maxwell Park Library
Nathan Hale Library
Owasso Library
Peggy Helmerich Library
Pratt Library – Sand Springs, OK
Schusterman-Benson Library
Skiatook Library
South Broken Arrow Library
Suburban Acres Library
Zarrow Regional Library
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Have you ever been stuck in traffic just moments before you’re supposed to participate in a Twitter Chat or a Skype Call? (Just me?) Well, don’t Tweet and drive.  Pull over to a FREE WIFI spot nearyou.

I’ve also started a list on Foursquare so you can find the FREE WIFI locations near you.
The list is open to my friends on Foursqure.  Feel free to add locations the the Foursquare list as well!

The Food Truck Trend Comes To Tulsa!

The Food Truck Trend Comes To Tulsa!

Tonight I attended the opening for what is sure to be an exciting time for Tulsa foodies and chefs alike.

@GrubTruckTulsa had its soft opening tonight at 6th and Quincy.

After a minor technical glitch (That’s why you have soft openings) The Kitchen was open for business.
I ordered the Blackened Tilapia and the Sweet Potato Fries. Both were so delicious that I ordered the same to take to my mom. She absolutely loved the Tilapia and the carrots and zucchini salad on top.

The burgers and fish and chips were a big hit with others in the crowd.

While the menu changes often, take a look at their menu online. http://www.grubtrucktulsa.com/

Prices are reasonable and the portions are pretty standard for Food Truck Food.
They accept cash and credit cards via SquareUp.

Follow them on Twitter @GrubTruckTulsa
and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GrubTruck

I really enjoyed meeting owner and chef,  Mitch Neely.

Gourmet food trucks in cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Austin, and San Francisco have gained fans willing to line up for hours to get a taste of their mobile culinary creations.  I look forward to seeing the community embrace Mitch and the other Food Truck owners with the same excitement and support.

Check out the tweets from tonight’s soft opening via Storify.

Verizon Wireless &  Andolini’s Pizzeria Join in on #SMDay Celebration

Verizon Wireless & Andolini’s Pizzeria Join in on #SMDay Celebration

Mayor Dewey Bartlett signed a proclamation that placed Tulsa among the 17 cities to proclaim June 30, 2012 as Social Media Day.

Social Media Day is a global celebration of the technological advancements that enable everyone to connect with real-time information, communicate, and have their voices heard. Mashable, a leading source for news, information and resources about new websites and social media, launched the event in 2010 as a way to recognize the digital revolution.

The mayor’s proclamation is a testament to the growing importance of social media in city government, businesses, and non-profit organizations and helps place Tulsa among the most active Social Media cities in America,

More than 30 of Tulsa’s social media enthusiasts joined together to celebrate Social Media Day at Andolini’s Pizzeria in Tulsa.
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Mike Bausch, co-owner of Andolini’s Pizzeria talked to the group about motivation, setting goals, and doing what you love. Social Media Tulsa denizen, Mandy Vavrinak, President of Crossroads Communications, LLC spoke on how social media has spurred Andolini’s growth. Verizon Wireless representatives were on hand to showcase some of the hottest 4G LTE devices and their role in assisting people in both business and life.

Verizon joins Social Media Day in Tulsa