Thursday, June 9, 2011

The new wordpress site is up and quite informative. 
Visit for menus, events, reviews, hours 
and links to some of the great farms where we buy from.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

New Website Coming Soon

 (the real deal.. should be this week)

Lunabread is located at 3144 E 15th Street for dining and take-out from 7am to 2pm, or catering by appointment.

phone: 794.5000


Lunabread is Tulsa's true local prepared foods option. We buy wheat, fruit, nuts, meats, dairy and eggs from local farmers to create unique epicurean delights.  We also offer some vegan and gluten-free foods, better serving those who are paying attention to the source foods that make up the meals that they eat.
Now in our seventh year, Lunabread offers a wide array of options to those who care where their food is grown and prepared.

Menus (rough edit) :

Brunch 2-12-11

3-egg Omelette: build yer own:                                              7.00 +

Meats:  Chorizo, roast beef, shrimp, etc.
        Veggies: onion, peppers, artichoke, shrooms, etc.
        Cheeses: boursin, sharp cheddar, smoke cheddar, etc.

with bread and butter

        Top with red-eye gravy!                                          2.00

Frittata (potato-egg soufflé) serves 2: build yer own     12.50
with bread and butter

Quiche of the Day (Tulsa’s Finest)                                 6.00
with bread and butter

Buckwheat Belgian Waffle (gluten-free)                           6.50
Served with Okie butter and syrup

Pain Perdu de Jour                                                                   6.50
(French Toast of the Day) w/butter and syrup                 

Natchitoches Meat Pie                                                                 4.50
Stewed organic beef-steak with roasted poblanos
baked inside a crisp pastry shell

Braut Rolls                                                                            4.50
Okie-famous swine from Pork ‘n Greens
with Luna’s blend of bold spices
wrapped in a crisp pastry

Organic Breakfast Potatoes side with entrée  1.50
                full order 3.00

Lunch 2-17-11

                                                             Feed me          Stuff Me

BBQ Shrimp Po’ Boy                                           9.00       12.00

Shrimp sautéed in garlic, butter, black pepper and thyme

on french bread dressed with cabbage and housemade mayo          

Curried Chicken Salad Sandwich                            7.50        10.00
     Chicken breast roasted in Luna’s unique spice blend              
     tossed with our mayo, veggies, pecans and dates
     whole wheat, very local sprouts, housemade Creole mustard          

The Primer (Organic Roast Beef Po’ Boy)                 8.00       10.50
     Slow-roasted beast sliced and covered in brown gravy and debris
     on french bread dressed with cabbage and mayo

ABJB                                                                 6.00
     Almond butter, jam and butter toasted on sourdough or whole wheat

Grilled Cheese                                                      7.00  
Local cheeses on sourdough dipped in egg and pan-seared           

Smoked Bird Gumbo                                            9.00
     on organic rice with fresh bread and butter

Tomato Bisque                                                       6.50
     Chef’s favorite recipe, ideal complement to Grilled Cheese

Natchitoches Meat Pie                                               4.50
with Creole mustard

Add cup bisque to any order                                              4.00

Organic Creole Fries            side with entrée      1.50        Large order  3.00

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Nice reviews:

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Shoppe Is Open!

Six days a week, 6am-2pm, rest on Sunday.

The usual breakfast: Coffee and scone, muffin, Quiche, sausage roll, etc.

The lunch features Creole cuisine under the direction of Chef Paul Wilson.
The menu looks like this:


3144 E 15th Street


‘till 2pm

Creole BBQ Shrimp Po’ Boy: Shrimp cooked in butter, lemon and spices, 10.50

served on Luna’s French bread with cabbage

and house made mayo with a side of Creole fries

The Primer: Organic roast beef po’ boy with debris (dats de gravy!), cabbage and mayo 8.50

The Queen: Roast beef and French fry po’ boy, brown and white gravy 9.00

The Vedge: French fry Po’ Boy with white gravy and spicy greens 6.50

The Hottie: Hot Links, red-eye gravy and cabbage 8.00

The Duchess: Curried Chicken Salad with sprouts on Whole Wheat 7.50

All sandwiches are served with a side of Creole fries or slaw and a Dixie Snap cookie.

Smoked Bird and Andoullie Gumbo 7.50

Shrimp Ettouffée 9.50

Chicken Frickasee 6.00

All items handmade with Local and Organic ingredients

Monday, April 26, 2010

In the Streets

The Cherry Street Farmers' Market began three weeks ago on 15th between Quaker and Rockford. (Spacious. They have now blocked off all of Cherry Street for two blocks!) Luna is in full regalia every week from 7 - 11 a.m. on the north corner of 15th and Quincy. We bring chocolate torte, curried chicken, ginger cream ale, and the usual baked eccentricities, and now a chance to stock pile for armageddon with our LUNA FOODSHARE.
It's a weekly foodservice (gluten-free and vegan options) that provides a loaf of bread, a few scones or muffins, a quart of soup and a pint of hummus or chicken salad. Email me at for details.

Remember: Lunabread utilizes local ingredients for our epicurian creations. Buying Luna supports many Oklahoma farmers. See you soon!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Monday, November 16, 2009

Find Lunabread this Saturday Morning at 6th and Peoria

We worked the corner of 18th ad Boston for 6 weeks, now I'm heading over to join those freshfooders this Saturday morning at Centennial Park (Pearl location) from 9am to 11am. I'll have sourdough, holiday pies, curried chicken salad, okie gumbo and some usual (and unusual) treats. Oh yes, Ryan's bringing me some Inola eggs which I'll pass on (so tasty). Hope to see you and yours.