Broken Arrow is a city located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, primarily in Tulsa County but also with a section of the city in western Wagoner County. It is the largest suburb of Tulsa. According to the 2010 census, Broken Arrow has a population of 98,850 residents and is the fourth-largest city in the state. However, a July 2017, estimate reports that the population of the city is just under 112,000, making it the 280th-largest city in the United States. The city is part of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, which has a population of 961,561 residents.
Things to do in Broken Arrow
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Been going here for years. Everything is delicious! My favorite is the Mini Omelet with the grande avocado. Comes with a parfait, fruit cup, and muffin. The yogurt and granola that they use in their parfait is sooo good. Fruit is always very fresh. Eggs cooked perfectly. Coffee is best around (and the fact they have flavored creamer is a bonus). Staff is always very friendly and prompt. Most of their waitstaff have been with them for years. Which says a lot!
4.5 based on 155 reviews
OK...I have lived in Broken Arrow for more than thirty years, and I have never even heard of "Smokie's BBQ." What a shame. I found them totally by accident tonight. They are on one of the busiest streets in Broken Arrow...Kenosha (which is also known as 71st Street)...but, "kinda" in a hidden location. I was looking for a Mexican Restaurant that several friends have told me about..but, as I passed "Smokie's," I noticed them only because there were lots of cars in their parking lot. I decided to see why, and what "Smokie's" was. It turned out it is a really good BBQ Joint. When I walked in, the place was "packed." I sat at the only open table. The place was totally energized and packed. My waitress was great and quite helpful, and brought me a menu and a glass of water as soon as I sat down. I ordered tha "Smokie's Plate" which was two meats, with two sides, and Texas toast. I ordered sliced beef and bologna...plus potato salad and baked beans. The sliced beef was exceptional...but, the bologna was "forgettable." I am used to sliced and round bologna...not at Smokie's. Instead, it was the rounded bologna cut into quite small slices. It doe not work...as, it was quite dry and basically tasteless. The beef was beautifully thin sliced. and perfect as well as wonderfully delicious! The beans were delicious...with lots of meat, sauce, and onions infused into the recipe. Nice, but I would have liked it to have fresh garlic involved in the recipe. The potato salad...might as well have been bought at Wal Mart...ie: ok...not great. My waitress (Madie) was exceptional. The one thing I noticed...many folks came in to eat...but, more came in to pick up their "To Go" orders. Smokie's is well known within the neighborhood, but needs to "Be Found" by those outside the area of "East Broken Arrow." Smokie's is a Good Find...and I will come back!
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Our Dinner was fantastic. Wine was actually in the correct style glass! food is good enough it makes it to "my recommendation" for a place to eat. Waitress was fantastic.
4.5 based on 222 reviews
Charleston is awesome. It’s that perfect place. It feels just a tad high end without being too fussy. Not pricey. But not cheap. The food is delish and the atmosphere beguiling. Nice wine list. Chicken tenders are to die for. Their broccoli and garlic smashed potatoes rare dreamy. The honey croissants are decedent and worth the splurge. Enjoy
4 based on 329 reviews
The food isn’t bad and the service is good. Prices are a bit higher then comparable restaurants. I had the seafood enchiladas and asked for them well done. When cooked properly they are pretty good. Problem is they never come well done even though I’m very specific about the expectation. I like the cheese brown and hot. Even with the issues I still recommend it.
4 based on 350 reviews
Family-owned barbecue restaurant in Broken Arrow, serving up our founder's world-championship recipes everyday!
A group of us stopped in for lunch prior to a meeting. Great clean place. Everyone loved their selection. I would have given it a 5 but my selection was ehhh. I selected barbeque sausage dinner, they were just sausages with a bit of bbq...MoreRocio S, I'm so happy that your crew loved their 'que! I hope we can earn that last star on your next visit! -Breckyn
4 based on 306 reviews
Located in a beautifully renovated 1904 brick building in the Rose District of revamped downtown Broken Arrow. Main Street Tavern is a classic American tavern serving upscale pub food. A full bar offers over 60 beer selections, a nice selection of wines, and several specialty cocktails. Now serving brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM - 2PM. Outdoor patio seating available. Open until at least midnight and until 2AM Friday and Saturday. Late-night food menu available. Great place to watch the game, meet your friends after work, or date-night. Private space in "The Loft" on the second floor above MST where we can cater your special event. Off-site catering available.
The atmosphere is so great. The menu looks appetizing, but I have to say that everything I've ordered here has been mediocre. I keep trying, because I love the Rose district and want to support local restaurants. Oh well, now I just go for drinks!
4.5 based on 133 reviews
Andolini's Pizzeria in Tulsa, Owasso and Broken Arrow is a local business run by two brothers, Mike and Jim Bausch. Mike and Jim grew up in Jersey and lived on the West Coast, too, and bring the full range of great pizza and Italian cuisine to their restaurants in Tulsa. 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 stores feature an open kitchen and all locations have multideck Rotoflex pizza ovens that can handle multiple 20" pizzas at once. Broken Arrow also has a completely wood-fired pizza oven for true Napoletana style pizza.
Placed online order to try it out - no delivery option so went to pick it up and spent five minutes driving around looking for a parking spot. Ended up parking where I was not supposed to just to run over there and grab my...MoreHi there, I want to make sure we correct the issues you had online, was this via Door dash? Please send me any info or details you have to [email protected] and I will make sure we make this right by you.
4 based on 197 reviews
Serving friend and family a delicious meal in your home is deeply embedded in Mexican culture. With that in mind, Ted Curtis, our founder, set out to create a welcoming restaurant inspired by that experience. We are rooted in serving the best Mexican food, made from the freshest premium-quality ingredients, served with unsurpassed hospitality. Since the first Ted's Café Escondido restaurant opened in 1991, we have stayed true to these founding principles, without compromise. At Ted's, you are not just a customer, but our guest. We strive to make each of our guests feel welcome and special. We are passionate about continuing to prepare our fresh delicious food daily, by hand. We are dedicated to serving you with humility and heart. Our goal is to exceed your expectations on each and every visit.
Stopped to visit relatives on the way back home and they suggested we eat here. We have a great visit, too bad the food didn't match up with the visit. We've eaten Mexican food all over the country and this is not a place we'll go back to. Food wasn't even average and the service was bad. Our advice, find someplace else
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Oh, the flavors. Peanut sauce, pho ga, sesame tofu "chicken". It was great to get a light lunch that touched all our taste buds. Half the restaurant had Asian customers. Our server was fine but we got special attention from the restaurant manager. She ordered a special dish for our lunch. On our must list on our next visit to Broken Arrow.
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