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These are just a few of the places around campus that help create the Inverness Village lifestyle.

Perryman’s Bistro & Glenlivet Lounge

Sharing good times with great friends is what life at Inverness Village is all about, and Perryman’s Bistro and the Glenlivet Lounge is where it happens. This lively gathering place starts the day as a coffee shop and breakfast destination, becomes a lunch hot spot in the afternoon, and then transforms into a social hub where you can share a story, a laugh or a moment over light dinner fare and cocktails.

Cherokee Dining Room

Casual, yet refined, The Cherokee Dining Room is a restaurant-style venue that provides a broad variety of lunch and dinner options. From cooking stations at lunch that highlight various cuisines to exciting local fare, the Cherokee Dining Room is a favorite spot to enjoy great food with great friends.

Creek Dining Room

This reservation-only venue provides the residents of Inverness Village with a unique opportunity to share gourmet-style meals in an intimate, warm and comfortable setting. Unique recipes, along with exceptional service, make this a dining experience you won’t want to miss.

Joe Holliman Fitness Center

Dedicated to Inverness Village resident Joe Holliman, this spacious, light-filled fitness center is open 24 hours a day.

Features include:
Exercise equipment, free weights, aerobics studio
Indoor heated pool, and whirlpool
Full-time, credentialed professionals to create customized fitness programs and evaluate progress
Classes include: Tai Chi, Yoga, Pilates, Strength, Aerobics, Aquatic, Strength Circuits, and self-directed fitness

Annabella Salon and Spa

Annabella Salon and Spa is a sanctuary where residents can relax, rejuvenate and socialize. Conveniently located in the Inverness Village Commons, the salon offers full-service hair care, manicures, pedicures and facials as well as various skin treatments. There is also a Barber Shop in the Salon, for men only.

Temple Library and Learning Center

Named in honor of Tulsa’s David E. and Cassie L. Temple Foundation, the recently renovated Temple Library houses hundreds of books, periodicals, audio-visual materials and reference materials in a beautifully appointed setting. Whether you’re looking for a good book or a quiet spot, the Temple Library offers an interesting, well-organized selection of materials and comfortable leather chairs.