Oklahoma | Tulsa + The Pioneer Woman Mercantile
Oklahoma is beautiful! One of my best friends lives around Tulsa and I got to spend the three-day weekend with her and her family. We had a great time exploring the area and we even drove out to Osage County to have lunch at The Pioneer Woman's Mercantile. It was a fun-filled weekend!
Check out the photos for the adventure!
The Pioneer Woman Mercantile
About an hour north of Tulsa is the sweet town of Pawhuska in Osage County. It is home to The Pioneer Woman and her entertainment center, The Mercantile. The Merc, as it is lovingly called, is a two-story market with a bakery, a restaurant, and a shopping area. Ree Drummond restored an old mercantile that was originally built in 1910 and it is full of the old charm original to that building and has been restored to fit the style unique to The Pioneer Woman.
It is such a lovely place to spend some money, grab a delicious bite to eat, and enjoy a coffee and a sugary treat!
We loved the bakery! The entire second floor smells like sweet goodness and there is plenty of seating to enjoy your treats. One side of the bakery has windows looking into the kitchen and you're able to watch the staff making all the goodies! I got a maple scone and oatmeal crunch cookie, and the bestie got a chocolate cake. They were incredible! If it wasn't so hot out, we would have gotten a coffee as well.
The food here is REALLY good. We both got the fried chicken sandwiches, shared a quesadilla, and got a bowl of ranch bigger than our sandwiches. I loved it all and really want to try my hand at making these recipes at home.
Part of our adventure took us to Downtown Tulsa for a girls-only afternoon. Since we had a bonafide Princess with us, we decided to treat our little royal to some sweet treats at the whimsical cupcake and candy shop Pinkitzel! After our sugary goodies, we wandered around town looking for murals and we enjoyed the hot summer day.