Food & Drink in Sand Springs

American Diner Food for Two or Four at Ollie’s Station (44% Off)

Ollie’s Station

Red Fork

$16 $9

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Mom-and-pop restaurant celebrates nearby Route 66 with model trains and diner-style burgers, omelets, and chicken-fried steaks

2013 and 2014 Organic Grocery Co-op Membership and Essentials Bag from Anner's Pantry (46% Off)

Anner's Pantry

Tulsa

$127 $69

2013 and 2014 membership grants access to market bags filled with fresh produce and meats sourced from organic farms

American Food at Western Country Diner (Half Off)

Western Country Diner

Tulsa

$14 $7

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All-American, home-style fare ranging from cheeseburgers to short stacks; live music on weekends

$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Fresh-Made Food and Drinks at Brunch at Sarah's ($28 Total Value)

Brunch at Sarah's

Country Hollow

$14 $7

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In a scaled-down space, fresh-made brunch dishes include sandwiches, pancakes, and omelets crafted with organic ingredients when possible

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Hot Dogs and Burgers at The Gnarley Dawg (Up to 35% Off)

The Gnarley Dawg

Multiple Locations

$10 $6.50

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Hot dogs, burgers, polish sausages, and brats dressed up with creative toppings

Caribbean Food at Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill

Brookside

$20 $11

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Housemade jerk sauce enhances slow-roasted pork and chicken dishes at eatery staffed by native Jamaican chefs

$16 for Two Groupons, Each Valid for One Large Specialty Pizza at Brothers Pizza ($31.98 Value)

Brothers Pizza

Sun Meadow

$15.99 $8

Specialty pies made from nine sauces and 32 toppings that include alfredo sauce, gyro meat, salsa, and green chilies

$15 for $25 Worth of American Fare at Ron's Hamburgers and Chili

Ron's Hamburgers and Chili

Brookside

$25 $15

Snack on classic burgers, cups of chili, hamburger steaks, and other American favorites such as chicken-fried steak

$8 for Chinese Entrees for Two at Mandarin Taste (Up to $15.90 Value)

Mandarin Taste

Ashton Hollow

$15.90 $8

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Northern Chinese food includes braised meats and hand-formed noodles made from scratch

$40 for a One-Year Co-Op Membership and Bag of Seasonal Produce or Meats at Natural Farms ($80 Value)

Natural Farms

Pearl District

$80 $40

Farmer-owned co-op stocks lean, all-natural piedmontese beef, house-made sausages, and local, seasonal produce year-round

$4.50 for Two Medium Root-Beer Floats at Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand ($9 Value)

Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand

Brookside

$9 $4.50

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Staffers scoop vanilla ice cream into mugs of all-natural root beer at this long-running restaurant, run by the founder's great-grandson

$11 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Asian Food at Te Kei's

Te Kei's

Midtown

$20 $11

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Sushi and rice bowls with mongolian beef and tempura chicken sate appetites amid ornately carved wood panels and decorative vases

French American Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at The Hen Bistro & Wine (Up to 44% Off)

The Hen Bistro & Wine

Brookside

$25 $14

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Bistro-style French American cuisine such as steak with roquefort butter, homemade mushroom ravioli, and duck confit with mashed potatoes

Casual Fine Dining Dinner or Lunch for Two at French Hen (Up to 43% Off)

French Hen

Southern Hills

$80 $48

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Grilled duck breast, lobster tail, roasted salmon, and USDA Prime steaks in an intimate dining room or on an outdoor patio

High Tea for Two or Four Adults at Nibbles Cafe (50% Off)

Nibbles Cafe

Tulsa

$39.90 $20

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Light from beaded lamps falls across warm, made-from-scratch scones draped in clotted cream alongside gilt tea sets

$12 for $24 Worth of Shaved-Ice Treats at Freckles Frozen Custard

Freckles Frozen Custard

Tulsa

$8 $4

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Fluffy shaved ice comes in a variety flavors or customers can create their own flavor; no-sugar-added syrups available

Fusion Korean Meal for Two or Four with Boba Tea and Banchan at Gogi Gui Korean Grill (Up to 49% Off)

Gogi Gui Korean Grill

Tulsa

$42 $22

Traditional entrees such as galbi short ribs and spicy pork bulgogi alongside fusion entrees such as the kimchi steak burger

Lunch for Two or Four at Mondo’s Ristorante Italiano (40% Off)

Mondo’s Restorante Italiano

Brookside

$20 $13.75

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Housemade sauces top woodfired pizzas and dishes such as clams and linguine and three-meat pasta platters

American Meal for One, Two, or Four with Cake at Route 66 Diner (Up to 48% Off)

Route 66 Diner

Route 66 Diner

$15 $8.50

At this 24/7 diner, customers enjoy American comfort-food classics for breakfast, lunch, or dinner topped off with a slice of cake

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Hearty recipes perfected at CheeZies Pizza's Tulsa headquarters bake into golden crusts across more than 15 locations in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and throughout its home state. A simple menu of signature dishes fills plates with hot and barbecued wings, jumbo calzones glistening with garlic butter, and breadsticks dappled with savory cheese or sweet sprinkles of cinnamon. Spangles of meat and vegetables emulate the flavors of savory tacos and tropical treats atop specialty pizzas, and customizable pies arrange patron-chosen ingredients to satisfy every palate and pepperoni feng shui principle.

3 E 41st St
Sand Springs,
OK
US

Since 1982, the pie architects at Simple Simon's Pizza have assembled casual Italian and American fare at 240 locations scattered across 10 states. Fresh veggies, quality meats, and blankets of cheese spread atop pizzas and fortify the golden-brown walls of Calizones. Breadsticks sheathed in even more cheese accessorize meals, and a smattering of mild-to-spicy wings helps to separate the men from the boys, the women from the girls, and the girls from the boys if they get too rowdy at coed canoe camp.

401 E 1st St
Hominy,
OK
US

The first IHOP?the dream of founders Al and Jerry Lapin?opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, California, and was originally dubbed the International House of Pancakes. Since then, rapid expansion has led to myriad milestones across the company's colorful history, from introducing its modern IHOP acronym in 1973 to its 1,000th restaurant opening in Layton, Utah, in 2001. Today, the company stands strong with around 1,500 locations across North and Central America, each one an enthusiastic dispenser of pancakes, french toast, and tables constructed entirely out of bacon. Though IHOP is known as a bastion of breakfast, it also stays open during the day and into the evening, delivering lunch and dinner as well.

101 S Highway 97
Sand Springs,
OK
US

What’s your most popular menu item?
Street tacos.

What kind of training or expertise do you have?
My husband and I acquired La Boca Loca in January of 2013. My husband has 10 years of restaurant management experience. I have worked in restaurants for about ten years, as well, in such chains as Outback Steakhouse and Chili’s.

Tell us a little about your chef.
The menu was crafted by my husband, who grew up in South Mississippi. Instead of your typical Mexican restaurant, we serve what we refer to as fusion tacos. The tacos blend my husband’s Southern roots with his love for Cajun cooking. Learning from his grandmother, my husband has been cooking great food since he was a boy.

Does he use any family recipes?
Everything is a family recipe of one kind or another. From the marinade for the steak to the baja sauce everyone loves, everything comes from recipes that we have been testing for years. Again, my husband developed most of the recipes and we will be adding new items weekly. For example, coming [soon] is a “po' boy” style shrimp taco. The batter for the shrimp is an old family recipe and the baja sauce is our own tasty concoction.

Do you use any local, organic, or specialty ingredients?
As best we can, we try to buy locally. We never pre-cook anything and everything served in our restaurant–besides the black beans that take seven hours to cook–is made to order. With regard to the black beans, I should note that they are unique. They are cooked … in a blend of tomatoes, Cajun spice, and other secret ingredients my husband learned from his family’s Cajun roots.

601 S Boston Ave
Tulsa,
OK
US

A reservation at du jour is more than just an intimate meal with friends. A rotating mix of house and guest chefs work in the kitchen crafting four to eight courses with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, all while fielding questions from rows of diners watching their every move. Guests indulge their culinary interests with du jour's curriculum of interactive and observational lessons.

Hands-on cooking sessions allow students to practice basic kitchen techniques, teaching them how to whisk together classic sauces, make their own soft cheeses, and add the perfect amount of heat to Cajun dishes. Demonstration classes, on the other hand, allow the attendees to sit at the kitchen's bar and watch while a chef explains how to cook with garden-fresh herbs or pair beers with football teams. These observational classes end with at least a four-course meal and can include recipes to take home or wine pairings to enjoy with the entrees.

3711 South Harvard Avenue
Tulsa,
OK
US

While the heart of Johnny Carino's menu is rooted in genuine Italian traditions, forward-thinking creativity has birthed what they like to call their signature dishes. The menu was designed by executive chef Chris Peitersen, and each location executes it by blending fresh ingredients with extra time to create high-quality preparations. Diners will find entrees such as 16-layer lasagna with made-from-scratch sauce, and pizzas made with home-baked crust. Other signature choices include the all-natural beef tuscan ribeye, baked stuffed mushrooms topped with house lemon-basil cream sauce, and tiramisu made from the ground up. Entrees can be paired with any selection from Carino's extensive wine list and cocktail menu.

9718 Riverside Pkwy
Tulsa,
OK
US