Sunday, October 31, 2010

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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