Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Downtown Restaurateur Expands His Empire

After months of boarded windows and suspicious construction noise at the corner of Second Street and Detroit Avenue, the latest restaurant concept from the mind behind James E. McNellie’s Public House, El Guapo’s Cantina and Dilly Deli has emerged and has been serving downtowners since late last month.

Yokozuna, named after the sumo wrestler who has achieved the sport’s highest rank and occupying the space formerly home to Tsunami Sushi, is Elliot Nelson’s fourth restaurant in five years and a two-block radius.

Read the rest of this story on the Food Page on this week's edition of Tulsa Business Journal.


Anonymous said...

That picture is not good, like you stretched out a smaller image to create it.

Blake said...

It is well within her right to put whatever kind of picture she wants on her blog. Why don't you start your own successful and popular blog and you can upload your fancy hi-resolution pics all day.

Bam! Eat that mister negativity!

Hard Work Records said...

I like that picture- keep up the good work.


jenthegreat said...

Seriously...have you nothing better to do than criticize pictures? *shaking head* I don't know about Tasha, but I ALWAYS take advice from anonymous posters with little to offer. *L*

Tasha said...

Look! A drive-by trolling! I feel so special. Especially since three really cool people stopped by to stick up for me, even though I did, indeed, stretch a small photo. Blake, Jeff and Jen, I owe you a beer - and not one to share between the three of you, either.

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