The heart of Oklahoma beckons with over 140 parks, plus a variety of cultural attractions and entertainment venues sure to satisfy all ages and interests. Whether you're looking for world-class art, ballet, opera or just a day at the zoo, Tulsa is a great choice for a quick getaway. On the culture front, you could spend an entire weekend touring the city's fine museums. The Gilgrease, the Museum of Jewish Art and the Philbrook all offer fascinating exhibits in their respective areas of expertise. Anyone with an interest in gardens will not want to miss the Tulsa Garden Center and its extensive horticultural library plus other resources related to all things green. Outdoor endeavors include Bells Amusement Park, golf and River Parks, 20 miles of paved recreation trails that run along the Arkansas River and weave past picnic areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures.
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4.5 based on 290 reviews
Took several family members and friends to celebrate my birthday. Our group ranged from seven-year old twins to my self enjoying my 7th birthday. Everyone enjoyed it immensely!
My only regret is I had no remaining room for dessert, maybe next time.
Best salmon I've ever had, and I spend quite a bit of time in Scotland.
Don't hesitate, just do it.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Kilkennys Irish Pub is a Nationally ranked full service restaurant and pub. Voted as one of the most Authentic Irish pubs in America. Large menu with Traditional Irish food and American cuisine. A full bar with the largest selection of Irish whiskey and Scotch in Oklahoma. Probably the best Guinness also ...
Even though the beer may be cold and reasonably priced the other food items are NOT, stopped in here the other day to grab a bite, decided to have the fried calamari, big mistake, $10 for the appetizer and about half of what you get elsewhere, where I've had this, The rings were small the usual tentacles pieces were small, and the portion was dismal at best. No reason to go back, besides fake Irish people with terrible accents inside the bar just making noise doesn't work. It may be fine for Paddys Day, and it was full/overflowing but nothing to go back here for...
4.5 based on 175 reviews
The service here is amazing old-fashioned, make-you-feel-welcome Latino hospitality. The wait staff was very friendly and attentive, filling our beverages several times as we waited for all our party to arrive. I had steak fajita fixings without the tortilla (have to go GF), and it was fairly good for the price. Large portions, very filling and tasty.
4.5 based on 875 reviews
Andolini's Pizzeria on Cherry Street in Tulsa, 96th Street in Owasso, in the Rose District in Broken Arrow, and on the Riverwalk in Jenks. Andolini's is a local business run by two brothers, Mike and Jim Bausch. Mike and Jim grew up in Jersey and spent time on the West Coast, too, and bring the full range of great pizza and Italian cuisine to their restaurants in the Tulsa metro. Everything that can be made in house, is made in house. That includes the dough/crusts, the sauces, dressings, mozzarella cheese – even the sausage is handmade at the store. No freezers, no microwaves, no rolling pins (we toss dough!) and no sheeters. The Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and Jenks stores feature an open kitchen and all locations have multideck Rotoflex pizza ovens that can handle multiple 20" pizzas at once.
We were thrilled with this place from the moment we walked in. Wonderful bar menu choices for non beer drinkers. Jarrod was there for us with advice regarding local beer. Score!
Mouth watering fried house made mozzarella to start, as well as fresh mozzarella with crusty bread, olive oil & fresh basil.
This was all before the pizza, perfectly done & completely devoured....
4.5 based on 194 reviews
My family has a wide variety of tastes and preferences but we ALL found something here. The food is amazing, fresh and unique. The service was wonderful and speedy. Each item was delicious. I especially enjoyed the butternut squash soup!!We're so glad that everyone in your family found a dish to match their palate and we couldn't be more pleased that you enjoyed everything! Thanks so much for your great review and we hope to see you all again very soon! Our best, Sisserou's
4.5 based on 379 reviews
There was a long line when we got there at 6:00pm. People ate pretty fast by the time we reach the front there were open seats. Family style seating on benches. First timers may find menu a little overwhelming. Grab a menu while you wait in line. Food is very tasty lots of choices, friendly staff brings food to your table.
4.5 based on 928 reviews
Service is self order at front counter and food delivered to table by waitress. Food was great, lots of menu choices.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
Downtown Tulsa’s award winning farm-to-table restaurant, Juniper, changes with the seasons to bring guests creative, modern cuisine focused on delicious, locally sourced ingredients. Juniper boasts a beautiful and intimate downtown setting with its rustic brick columns, commissioned art by local artists, and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Designed and constructed by award-winning Chef Justin Thompson, Juniper offers an approachable, and fun, fine dining experience. In addition to our seasonal menus, enjoy one of the fresh selections from the weekly Chef’s specials menu and pair your evening with a craft cocktail utilizing one of Juniper’s own house-infused spirits. Since opening in 2011, Justin and the talented chef’s at Juniper have created more than 2,000 different tasty and creative dishes that have made it onto these special menus. Looking for the full-blown foodie experience? Enjoy Justin’s signature five course Chef’s tasting menu with Sommelier selected wine pairings. For a night out before a show, a special dinner with friends, or an intimate dinner for two, Juniper is always in season.
We visited Juniper earlier this year and loved it so much we returned on our recent December trip through Tulsa. The lovely and effervescent Rachel was our server for the evening add fixed is through a delightful culinary adventure, complete with a luscious Pinot Noir, a duck fat sous vide ribeye, and root vegetables. Marvelous! Can't wait for our next visit!
4.5 based on 692 reviews
Our family celebrated Easter Sunday and my birthday at Charleston's It was a very busy day, and the restaurant was bustling. However, our server was fantastic. I had ordered chicken fried chicken (not on the menu but available on request), and when I received chicken fried steak instead, the sever removed my plate and the manager came to the table to apologize. My food was brought out soon thereafter, piping hot and delicious! Everyone said their food and appetizers were wonderful. I will definitely be going back soon.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
918-794-7782. Downtown Tulsa, corner of Greenwood & Archer (on east side of new baseball stadium).<br>Unique and terrific take on hamburgers. This is a higher quality and more creative variety of hamburger and still manages to do without snobby atmosphere and high prices. The interior is brand new, clean, comfortable and appealing. The owner/chef honed his career in Manhattan and Brooklyn, and it shows. It has Brooklyn's vibe of being approachable, unpretentious, creative and uninhibited. Its original takes on the hamburger include Thai and other influences that work and will surprise you. Creative dipping sauces for fries, etc. Of course, it excels at the real-deal American classic. Noticeably better quality meat tastes fresher and unfrozen. Top it off with terrific desserts that belong more in high-end midtown NYC, ice cream, beer and sleek plasma screens scattered around the restaurant.
Wow! Great food with huge portions. Choose a burger and toppings to suit you. I’d never tried strawberry ketchup before but it was surprisingly good. The skin on fries were well cooked, fresh and with just the right amount of salt added. I’ve not scored it as excellent as the counter assistant kept wandering outside with his friend, leaving the door ajar. The temperature inside was already on the cool side and it was well below freezing outside, consequently the temperature was being continually cooled. He was a pleasant guy though.
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