In his famous classical conditioning experiment, Ivan Pavlov proved that it’s physically impossible for a Russian scientist's mouth not to water when it says the words “wiener schnitzel.” Experience this uncontrollable phenomenon with today’s deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of authentic German fare and European deli eats from Margaret's German Restaurant & Deli. This Groupon is valid for dine-in only, and cannot be used toward alcohol.
Margaret's has plied Tulsans with authentic, home-style German fare for more than 20 years, making the restaurant nearly old enough to consume its own imported beers and wines. Its delectable meals feature a savory selection of sausage and schnitzel-based treats. Noontime nibblers can indulge in Bavarian backpacking fantasies with the triple-decker sandwich (pastrami, corned beef, and swiss, $6.99) or the breaded chicken schnitzel platter with sauerkraut, hot potato salad, and rye bread ($9.49). Dinner diners on Friday or Saturday can get appetized with homemade potato pancakes and applesauce ($5.99) before diving into the Oktoberfest Delight (choice of any two knackwurst, Polish sausage, Weisswurst, or fine or coarse bratwurst, $11.99). All evening entrees are accompanied by soup, vegetable, and choice of potato salad, spaetzle, fried potatoes, or husky torch song.
While the Old World fare coos comfortably in your stomach, take a look at the beer mugs and steins stacked on shelves, and imagine buffalo beatifically grazing within the vignettes of faraway places hung along the wall. The restaurant cultivates a homey, friendly feel by being decked out like a classic German getaway, with white walls and wood trim. But if the atmosphere overwhelms you, stare down into a plate of homemade apple strudel ($3.99) or a decadent slice of Black Forest cake ($3.99) instead.
Margaret's is closed Sundays.
Six TripAdvisors give Margaret's German Restaurant & Deli an average of three owl eyes:
Margaret's German Restaurant & Deli
The story of Margaret’s German Restaurant & Deli begins with a Polish couple, Margaret and Andrew, arriving at Tulsa International Airport in 1982 with just a suitcase and $200 in their pockets. Seven years later, their restaurant was born, and to this day, it still serves Margaret’s traditional German and European dishes to happy customers. Wiener- and chicken-schnitzel sandwiches ply appetites with flavorful breading and crisp veggies, whereas knackwurst, polish sausages, and smoked bratwurst arrive with sauerkraut, hot potato salad, and rye bread. Kloster schnitzel surprises taste buds with a stuffing of ham and cheese, and housemade potato pancakes show off applesauce. The restaurant also offers a wide selection of beers, including St. Pauli Girl, Pilsner Urquell, Spaten, and Franziskaner, as well as German wines by the glass or bottle.
5107 S Sheridan Rd.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145Get Directions