Food & Drink in Tulsa

44% Off American Diner Food at Ollie’s Station

Ollie’s Station

Red Fork

$16 $9


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

Half Off Shaved-Ice Treats at Freckles Frozen Custard

Freckles Frozen Custard


$8 $4


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

46% Off Organic Grocery Co-op Membership to Anner's Pantry

Anner's Pantry


$127 $69

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

Jamba Juice—43% Off Freshly Squeezed Juice

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

$5.69 $3.25

Freshly squeezed juices are delicious, nutritious and a great way to get daily vitamins and minerals your body needs to fuel the day.

Half Off Personalized M&M'S from

Online Deal

$30 $15

Create personalized M&M’S party favors and gifts for birthdays, weddings, graduations, Mother's Day, baby showers, and more

$10 for Breakfast at Brookside by Day

Brookside by Day


$20 $10


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

45% Off at Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill

Hibiscus Caribbean Bar & Grill


$20 $11


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

50% Off American Food and Billiards at Magoo's



$45.97 $23


Half-pound burgers and country-fried steaks fuel games of billiards, which unfold across 30 tables amid TVs and music

$4.50 for Root-Beer Floats at Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand

Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand


$9 $4.50


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

Up to 48% Off at Route 66 Diner

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

Up to 50% Off at Western Country Diner

Western Country Diner


$14 $7


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

Half Off Fresh-Made Food at Brunch at Sarah's

Brunch at Sarah's

Country Hollow

$14 $7


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

Ron's Hamburgers and Chili – 40% Off

Ron's Hamburgers and Chili


$25 $15

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

35% Off Hot Dogs and Burgers at The Gnarley Dawg

The Gnarley Dawg

Multiple Locations

$10 $6.50


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

44% Off Buffet at Al Sultan Grill and Bakery

Al Sultan Grill and Bakery

Regency Park

$31.96 $18


Buffet of traditional Mediterranean cuisine, such as kebabs, roasted chicken, tabbouleh, and baba ghanouj

50% Off Co-Op Membership and Natural Groceries

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

$12 for 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

Up to 50% Off Pizza at Pizza Depot

Pizza Depot


$50 $25

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

$5.50 for Mexican Food at El Refugio Azteca

El Refugio Azteca

East Tulsa

$10 $5.50

Mobile taco stand's new location shows off a variety of tacos, tortas with specialty bread, 12-inch burritos, and other Mexican street fare

Select Local Merchants

Back Alley Blues & BBQ couples its crowded menu of Memphis-style slow-smoked barbecue with thrice-weekly sets from top bluesmen. Commence feasts with crispy deep-fried pickles smothered in ranch dressing ($5.95), or demolish the candied bacon ($5.95), whose brown-sugar dusting satiates carnivorous sweet teeth while perplexing vacationing Oompa Loompas. A meaty triad of pulled pork, chopped beef, and a hot link assemble beneath a toasted bun in the eponymous Back Alley Beatdown sandwich ($8.95), and Memphis-style smoked pork ($11.95) arrives drenched in vinegar-based Memphis-style barbecue sauce. Award-winning peach cobbler ($4.95), which an Urban Tulsa Weekly writer raves "has just rocketed to the top of my favorite dessert in Tulsa," stands little chance of surviving tableside once it arrives. Patrons can tap toes to live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and enjoy recorded renditions of Delta blues standards during the rest of the week. The Tulsa World describes Back Alley Blues & BBQ's lively interior by pointing out, "The brick walls of the old building sport huge, colorful, blues-themed murals, and one wall has a row of guitars painted by artists," not unlike the self-painted sauce-mustache masterpieces many guests leave with.

116 S Elgin Ave

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.

1747 South Boston Avenue

After the tremendous success of the original 61st Street taqueria, La Flama owners Lupe and Fermin Soto decided to branch out with a second location near Woodland Hills Mall, designing a more upscale experience but maintaining the authentic cuisine that made the first La Flama a savory success. Enjoy a sit-down lunch or dinner—a sharp contrast to hustling to order from a still-moving taco truck—and start with a small plate of tacos al pastor, corn tortillas topped with marinated pork, pineapple, and an onion-cilantro blend ($2 each). For still-growling stomachs, fill up with bite after bite of grilled San Lucas chicken, a succulent poultry breast slathered in melted monterey-jack cheese, topped with avocado slices, and paired with peppered shrimp ($15). The enchiladas del mar is a seasoned seafood selection of fresh scallops, shrimp, and shredded crab in a tomato sauce served atop three cheese enchiladas with rice and beans ($13). The bovine-inclined will kowtow to the steak Tampiqueno, a 10-ounce rib eye served under a blanket of monterey-jack cheese, grilled onions, roasted poblano peppers, and slices of tomato ($15).

6746 S Memorial Dr

The Ripe Tomato dishes out light lunchtime fare,and its vegetarian-friendly menu is awash with tasty homemade sauces and organic breads. Soups and salads neighbor creative sandwich combinations like Nate’s Plate ($9.45), its melange of smoked turkey, melted cheese, pepperoni, and black olives bookended by crisply grilled Tuscan bread. Meanwhile, the Very Very Berry salad ($10.25) balances nature’s mercurial fruits with levelheaded lettuce to colonize mouths with a harmonious and bipartisan taste regime.

8281 S Harvard Ave

The griddle masters at Golden Grill Cafe warm midsections with all-day breakfasts and made-from-scratch dishes, which were praised by Tulsa World for tickling nostalgia bones with their adherence to traditional diner-style fare. Regardless of when they rise to catch the worm, birds can arrive in their best footed onesies for a Pancakes Party, a festive collection of two made-from-scratch pancakes boogying with two eggs, a choice of meat, and a shower of syrup ($6.99). Trusty dental spurs pierce through western omelets loaded with bell peppers, onion, ham, and cheddar cheese ($6.99), and scrambled eggs, sausage, onions, and potatoes hide like the FBI's most-wanted taco meat inside the breakfast burrito's giant tortilla ($6.99). Later in the day, patrons can feast on handhelds such as the philly cheesesteak sandwich, a toasted hoagie roll firmly gripping grilled rib-eye steak shavings, sautéed mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, and melted cheese ($7.99), or the Golden burger ($6.99), which can only be prepared by a certified alchemist.

6565 E 71st St

Arnold's Old Fashioned Hamburgers has been frying up mouth-dousing patties for 25 years in a retro diner, drowning out tummy grumbles with fast-food staples and tunes from its Wurlitzer jukebox. Patrons amble up to the blue-and-pink, glass-block counter to grab a classic hamburger, served in traditional burger-joint wax paper, along with a side of fries and a hefty soda. Padded purple and white booths cushion guests during dine-in feasts, and a drive-thru window serves on-the-go spreads to motorists and honking cars full of migrating geese.

1722 W 51st St