Restaurants in Sand Springs

$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

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

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

$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

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

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

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

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

Home-Cooked Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner for Two at Brookside by Day (Half Off)

Brookside by Day

Brookside

$20 $10

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Home-cooked diner-style meals including omelets, burgers, sandwiches, and chicken-fried chicken dishes as well as rotating specials

Churrasco-Style Dinner Cuisine for Two, Four, or Six at The Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse (50% Off)

The Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

Key

$80 $40

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In traditional churrasco style, waiters slice servings from skewers of seared meats in an all-you-can-eat steak house

Authentic Chinese Food for Dine-In or Take-Out at China Garden (Up to 47% Off)

China Garden

31st & Mingo

$10 $6

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Kung pao chicken, spicy pork, and crab rangoon at restaurant specializing in Szechuan cuisine

$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Stir-Fry at Nhinja Sushi and Wok TULSA

Nhinja Sushi and Wok

Nhinja Sushi

$20 $12

Healthy sushi and stir-fry options in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere

$12 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Johnny Carino's

Johnny Carino's Italian Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Chef trained in Italy balances staples such as spaghetti and house-made meatballs with signature sizzling Skilletinis

$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

$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

$12 for $20 or 10-Visit Punch Card, With Each Punch Good for $5 Worth of Pizza at Pizza Depot

Pizza Depot

Tulsa

$50 $25

Pizzeria in business for 25 years bakes pizzas with choice of toppings such as pepperoni or pineapple

$12.75 for $20 Worth of Mexican Dinner at Chimi's Mexican Food

Chimi's Mexican Food

Multiple Locations

$20 $12.75

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Fajitas, tamale pie, enchiladas, and margaritas at a local Mexican chain

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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

Any home griller knows you don’t have to be a beef expert to make a tasty burger, but it helps if you’re trying to make a burger that stands out from the competition Back Yard Burgers’ beef experts are there for exactly that reason, working closely with the staff to help them understand the best cuts of beef, how to form patties to retain their juices, and how to grill them to sizzling perfection. With so much work put into their creation, the chefs would never think of warming their signature Black Angus burgers under a heat lamp, and so they cook them to order on an actual grill. As a result, each burger evokes memories of a real backyard barbecue, but without all the kids spraying guests with hoses.

A full menu of toppings complements the Angus beef’s juicy flavors, offering a range of textures and tastes in the form of bacon and mushrooms, Creole mayonnaise, or hot pepper jack cheese and coleslaw. And though the chefs pride themselves on their burgers, they do make room on their grills to char-grill turkey burgers and blacken chicken patties for signature sandwiches such as the hawaiian chicken and turkey club. The fresh grilled food pairs well with sides such as root beer floats, sweet potato fries, and loaded baked potatoes, as well as fresh-baked cobblers with fruit fillings that change from day-to-day.

6916 S Mingo Rd
Tulsa,
OK
US

Johney Harden first offered a taste of his old-fashioned hamburgers and meaty homemade chili in 1939 with a burger joint called Johney's Jip Joint. Although the Jip Joint has changed names, and even changed hands in 1988, Harden's Hamburgers still serves up their original burgers to a loyal fan base. Their small but meaty menu continues to conquer hunger with Johney's original chili recipe, and remains true to such time-honored classics as root-beer floats and thick shakes that help wash down hearty hamburger steaks and pintsize kids' meals. Harden's also offers catering services, serving up hot, mobile meals of hickory-smoked barbecue fare and fried chicken. They will even cook their original burgers on-site with all the fixings on the fiery breath of Johney's pet dragon.

432 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa,
OK
US

Sheets of sunlight skate over an idyllic garden into the low-lit dining room of Warren Duck Club, the upscale-restaurant-in-residence at the DoubleTree Hotel Tulsa at Warren Place. Savory scents traipse across dark, wood-paneled walls, sating the olfactory senses of diners perusing breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Sumptuous salmon filets swim in fragrant lochs of basil butter sauce beside blackened beef tenderloin hand rubbed in executive chef Tony Perez's secret blackening spices and drenched with a decadent béarnaise, typifying the high-end cuisine's commitment to creative flavor combinations that don't involve soda and Pop Rocks.

6110 S Yale Ave
Tulsa,
OK
US

Wood paneling and old school mementos line the walls of Bogey’s Hamburgers as guests dig into their classic combination of hamburgers and fries. The burger masters at Bogey’s lovingly top each single, double, or triple-patty burger with slices of cheese and couple the American staple with baskets of curly fries. For those trying to cut down on round foods, the patty melt fills out the menu with melted swiss cheese and grilled onions, and the taco salad transforms the small handheld Mexican treat into a fork-worthy meal.

11115 E 41st St
Tulsa,
OK
US

Despite their nomadic tendencies, hot-dog carts are known to show up in the nick of time to crush hunger with bun-filled offerings. The Dog House's carts pop up after concerts and events at Cain's Ballroom, Brady Theater, and Flytrap Music Hall, aiding night owls in need of juicy encased meats. Hungry citizens can operate their own hand shovels to devour tasty franks, including the hot link dog, smothered in mustard and sauerkraut ($4), and the popular Tulsa dog, loaded with mustard, crispy bacon, onions, and peppers, and topped with a spicy-sweet Head Country barbecue sauce ($5). The Seattle dog bathes in a creamy pool of spicy mustard, onions, and cream cheese ($4), and for an extra $1, chips and a soda can be paired with any dog for maximum chowing.

1101 S Detroit Ave
Tulsa,
OK
US