At Elote, we strive to serve you amazing food every day by using the freshest ingredients available. We know how difficult it is too eat healthy, fresh food in our busy lives. We are dedicated to making that easier for our customers. Fresh ingredients enable us to deliver tasty, healthy, filling food straight from our kitchen, right to your plate. We do all this while limiting negative environmental impact through green practices including:
Meats organically grain fed and raised in Bixby, Oklahoma
We Compost! Our produce remnants are composted to nourish the community gardens at Newsome Community Farms.
All To Go plates, forks, knives and napkins are 100% biodegradable and made from sugar beets and corn instead of Styrofoam.
All printing is done on 100% recycled paper
All food is free of unnecessary fats, relying on fresh herbs and spices for outstanding flavor
We support local farmers and vendors including Natural Farms, Three Springs Farm, Highland Dairy, Pancho Anaya Panaderia, Curtis Restaurant Supply, Conrad Farms, Lucy’s Tortillas, Java Daves Coffee, J-M Farms, Cheatwood’s Honey, Thirst Wines, Marshall Brewing and Newsome Community Farms.
Libby Auld is a native Tulsan and graduate of Booker T Washington High School. After high school Libby attended culinary school at OSU where she interned at Rick Bayless’ Frontera Grill and Topolobampo in Chicago, Illinois. In 2008 Libby opened Elote Café & Catering in Downtown Tulsa’s Deco District. Elote focuses on serving fresh, innovative Mexican food using local products and sustainable practices. Auld serves on the board of directors of Sustainable Tulsa and is the President of the Downtown Tulsa Deco District. She is also the chair person for Salsafest benefiting sustainable Tulsa, Luchapalooza Benefiting the Tulsa Area United Way, Dia de Los Muertos benefiting Living Arts and The Luchador Run benefitting The YMCA Kids to camp. When Libby is not working at Elote or putting on a festival she enjoys spending time with her two energetic children.