Eloté Café and Catering offers fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine
TULSA â€” Working in the restaurant business since she was a teenager, Libby Auld says owning a restaurant always has been her goal.
Libby and her husband Jeramy, are owners of ElotĂ© CafĂ© and Catering.
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11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday
11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday
4 to 11 p.m. Saturday
â€śI never had a choice. I have never worked any other kind of job,â€ť Libby Auld said.
With Jeramyâ€™s background in finance and management, combined with Libbyâ€™s accomplishments as a chef, the couple renovated a former restaurant in the downtown historic area of Tulsa and opened ElotĂ© CafĂ© and Catering in May 2008.
Libby interned at the highly acclaimed Topolobampo and Frontera Grill restaurants in Chicago. Her trademark is creating fresh, authentic Mexican dishes that pack flavor and are healthy in each bite.
Elote CafĂ© is not a traditional Tex-Mex restaurant, Libby Auld said. Normal Mexican food, like tacos and burritos are served, but with a twist by using healthy and fresh food, she said.
â€śBy using fresh ingredients, we are able to deliver tasty and healthy food straight from our kitchen right to the customerâ€™s plate,â€ť she said.
Elote CafĂ© is known as an eco-friendly restaurant that serves fresh food at a reasonable price.
Because of schedules and lifestyles, itâ€™s difficult for people to eat healthy, fresh food, Libby Auld said.
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