Owasso is a city in Rogers and Tulsa Counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, and a northern suburb of Tulsa. The population was 28,915 at the 2010 census. Originally settled in 1881 in Indian Territory, the town incorporated in 1904 just prior to Oklahoma statehood and was chartered as a city in 1972.
Things to do in Owasso
4.5 based on 209 reviews
This is a great place for cocktails after work with friends. Cozy atmosphere, nice and warm. The food was tasty. A little pricey but generous proportions made up for it. The cocktails were very reasonably priced and you could even taste the alcohol. Friendly staff. Convenient location. Definitely a place to check out.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
I had a salad and it was very, very good! Then I also had a hot fudge sundae to make my day!! The other gals had hamburgers and we all agreed it was a great place to eat!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
A very busy place. Not sure why. There are some amazing tea rooms in Oklahoma. This is not one of them. On a good note; the scones with lemon curd sauce were wonderful, the baked fudge was excellent and our server/waitress was very sweet and friendly.
We were met by an unsmiling hostess who said, "Do you have a reservation? " Not good first words in my book. No welcoming words. We said no. She said we only have 2 open tables then. Pick one. The chicken salad sandwich is disappointing. The soup was mediocre. The Italian creme cake did not taste home made. We had to pay the unfriendly hostess, who once again seemed cold and unwelcoming. I believe we were dressed appropiately. We tried to figure out what she had against us. Won't be back.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Original to Owasso. No freezers, no microwaves, dough, sauce, dressings, cheese and sausage from scratch every day. Great selection of craft beers and wines, and a pizza menu unlike any you've seen.
This was our first visit and we ordered one of the specialty pizzas that the waitress recommended. It was expensive for a pizza, and really just okay. The ingredients were great, but the pizza is so large that it was pretty soft in the middle. Smaller sized pizzas were also not an option for specialty pizzas. The garlic knots were very yummy. But the best thing was probably dessert. I think if we ever visited again we would just get a normal smaller pizza then splurge on the yummy dessert!!
4.5 based on 121 reviews
I found this place on TripAdvisor. Be aware the "real" restaurant is being remodeled with smaller place next door. Lots of people coming in for take out orders. Place stayed full for the entire time we were there. I had the chimi & enchilada special. It was good. I would come back again.
5 based on 43 reviews
I had to try this place with all the great reviews I saw. It specializes in sushi, but they also have other dishes as well. Soups and salads also. I had the Hibachi Chicken. It's sautéed in a wonderful sauce, cooked perfectly with various vegetables also cooked to perfection. It came with a generous salad and rice. It was wonderful and freshly prepared. My friend had the tempura battered chicken with same vegetables and it had a sweet and wonderful sauce also. We were both just VERY impressed. The wait was a tad long, but they're cooking things fresh for you, so it's worth it.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Family members visited the Owasso location recently at dinnertime. The line started at the door but moved ahead quickly. Take a menu and a marker and choose your burrito ingredients while in line to order.
Kids meals are available. Fountain drinks are self-serve and many cold bottled beers are on hand to try.
Chips and fresh salsa are complimentary.
A condiment bar has a good variety,
such as green salsa, tomato salsa, and ones with papaya chunks and beans.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
I have been going to Akira for about 3.5 years now. I cannot say enough about them. They are our go to when it comes to sushi. They also have other items that are cooked so do not be afraid! I know many go with others worried that they have to eat sushi. There are other items: Many of which I have tried, and love it all. To get back to sushi, the menu is huge! You can also do a create your own, or what I like to do: A Chefs Choice. I will name a price and pick what I love, and let the Chef's have fun. They also have an awesome lunch special from open to I believe 3:00 where you can get 2 rolls for $10.00. You can't get that at places such as Whole Foods, Sprouts, or any other grocer who sells sushi at the store. Plus this is a whole lot better! They aren't overpriced either. I usually do a Chef's choice for 14-16 dollars and make walk out full! Many think sushi is too expensive. Akira makes it affordable! Let me talk about the staff. I cannot say enough great things about them. From the host/hostesses to the mgmt, They are all over the top, top notch! They treat us like family, and you can't go many places that are like that anymore unless you live in a beyond small town with a mom and pop cafe. They stay busy, and for good reason! They also rock the desserts. Alcohol? Yes please. I became a lover of Japanese beer going to Akira. They also have solid mixed drinks and ofcourse warm and cold sake. I highly recommend this to new sushi foodies to experienced, been to Japan, and need a good place to eat.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
With 26 Specialty Pies, an extensive Build-Your-Own-Pizza menu PLUS great Pasta, Craft Beer, and Desserts it is no surprise that Hideaway Pizza has been a family tradition since 1957!
We went to Hideaway after a recital on Friday evening. Was with a group. I had a chicken Caesar salad & was very good. Not a problem to accommodate our group & was not super busy. Waitress was attentive to our needs & any refills. I had one slice of mushroom pizza & was good. I would return.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Our family of nine tried this Hibachi Steak House and we were pleased overall. The food was well prepared and delicious. Our hibachi chef lacked the personality and flair that we usually experience at hibachi grills, but that took nothing away from his cooking ability. We had two gluten free diners and, unfortunately, the soup, salad dressing and sauces all had soy sauce in them so these diners had to take a pass on this portion of their meal. We did take our own bottle of GF soy sauce and the chef was able to accommodate them on the grill for the veggies and main courses. Overall, a very enjoyable evening.
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