Oklahoma magazine released their list of Best of the Best 2018, and Claremore made the list numerous times. Let’s see how we rank!
In Tulsa, Claremore native P.S. Gordon garnered national attention for his watercolors but now works almost exclusively in oil. (Fun fact: P.S. Gordon painted the huge Claremore Zebras painting that hangs at North Block when he was a student at CHS.)
An inaugural studio artist at Hardesty Arts Center, Claremore resident John Hammer produces works labeled as pop impressionism. (We wrote about John Hammer before. You can read that here.)
Phil Albert of Pelco Structural has pushed the Claremore company’s client base all the way to American Samoa.
In the small cities and towns across Oklahoma, everyone seems to know each other. Claremore mixes the modern and the traditional with Will Rogers Boulevard serving as a main drag connecting the colorful, vibrant community.
Readers enjoy the personalized options and friendly service at RCB Bank.
With the latest orthodontic technology and almost 20 years of experience, Dr. Anand Patel at The Brace Place has become a staple in Tulsa with quality care. (He has an office in Claremore, too!)
Dave’s Claremore RV, in business since 1979, has 22 service bays and 75 veteran employees.
As fun, unique ways to get your eats quickly, food trucks are adored by our readers. In Tulsa, they choose MooChewSooey BBQ, with a funny name and fantastic food. MooChewSooey is a staple at Claremore events, like Food Truck Thursday and the West Bend Block Party.
El Maguey Mexican Restaurant offers some top-notch frosty concoctions, too.
PLACES TO TAKE OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
Hammett House Restaurant in Claremore is beloved, too.