TLO Restaurant Review: Thirty Nine at the First Americans Museum

Originally, I had planned on including a small review of Thirty Nine, the premier restaurant located in the First Americans Museum, 659 First Americans Blvd., in my piece about the opening yesterday. However, despite expecting the standard stereotypical Native fare, I was completely floored by the amount of true Indigenous thought that was captured and served here.


Walking into Thirty Nine—named after the thirty-nine tribes that call Oklahoma home—it had the appearances of an upscale restaurant, but I guess that’s what having an eatery in a museum will do to really any place. As beautiful as it looked, I’ve been fooled by appearances far too many times when it comes to my order and, truthfully, was afraid it was going to happen again.


I mean, have you actually had museum food?


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