With a barbed-wire fence as its backdrop, The Looney Bin Comedy Club, opened just last year, promises its patrons a night of cutting-to-the-core comedy provided by both up-and-coming and veteran stand-up comics. As giant portraits of Eddie Murphy, Dane Cook, and Don Rickles look on, you will exhaust your internal laugh-engine at any show, thanks to the funny-bone fuel of such glee-gas-pumpers as mirthful magic-maker Chipps Cooney, appearing on Saturday, October 30, or punch-line slinger Joseph Anthony, appearing on Saturday, November 6. As your eyes drink in the chill, relaxing vibes of the club's space, each ticket holder's taste buds will drink in two selections from The Looney Bin's bar, featuring adult libations such as Samuel Adams beers, long island iced teas, and Bloody Marys, able to lubricate vocal chords sore from constant chuckling.
The chefs at Potbelly’s Pub and Grill already had an arsenal of seared, juicy burgers on their menu when Pat, a regular customer, came up with a bold recipe that would become a hit. He introduced the kitchen to a special type of sausage and told the chefs how to mix it with their ground beef to create a new kind of burger. After sampling it, owners Dave Ingram, Kerry Tunnell, and Dan Pollard liked the burger so much that they named it the Pat burger and feature it prominently on their menu. These extraordinary flavors in pub food are what continue to grab Potbelly’s so much attention, even getting raves in a 2011 Tulsa World review. In addition to their burger baskets with golden fries, the cooks load up plates of nachos with chili, chicken, and cheese and top pulled-pork sandwiches with coleslaw and crunchy red onions. In the dining area, patrons clink pint glasses of beer from the full bar while playing tic-tac-toe with their cues on the pool table. The interior feel welcomes guests as though they were coming home, nowhere more so than in the room’s eclectic collection of antique and flea-market finds mounted on the walls.
When residents complained about the lack of authentic Latin American restaurants in Tulsa, Las Americas Latin Grill & Tequila Bar’s owners, Antonio Perez and Guillermo Rojas, answered their call with a torrent of Argentinian-inspired dishes. Within their eatery, wooden beams soar over tables draped in white tablecloths, which populate with South American specialties such as empanadas and fried plantains, as well as Mexican favorites including burritos, fajitas, and enchiladas. Another traditional Latin dish, parrillada, enlivens taste buds with its bounty of grilled chicken, steak, pork, and sausage—a feast that feeds up to three people or one lion that’s watching his weight.
Nearly 90 years of history have boogied across the spring-loaded maple dance floor at Cain's Ballroom. Once known as the Carnegie Hall of western swing, the ballroom played a key part in the boot-stomping genre’s history as the one-time home of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, who used the neon-lit space to host raucous dances, broadcast a radio show, and do their laundry in the bathroom. Still a landmark of Tulsa’s music scene, the ballroom retains much of its original charm, from the barrel-vaulted ceiling to the oversize portraits of past stars to the fiddle-shaped light fixtures.
L & L Machine Guns is a Class 3 dealer and gunsmith. As such, their expert staffers can help customers purchase new firearms or maintain safe operation of their current guns. Beyond daily operations, L & L Machine Guns hosts themed events, such as zombie shoots.
Inside Fat Daddy’s Pub & Grille, color commentary, sporting events, and coded government secrets emanate from 17 HDTVs, mingling with the occasional clatter from a nearby pool table and—on Friday, and Saturday nights—the local musicians' tunes that replace the usual jukebox music. At the bar, glasses meet, each overflowing with one of more than 40 bottled and draft selections, such as Blue Moon and Moose Drool brown ale. The kitchen keeps stomach grumbles from joining the cacophony with succulent steaks and nearly 20 types of hearty burgers and sandwiches, sided with french fries or homemade potato chips.