6002 S Sheridan Rd Tulsa, OK 74145 +1 918 497 7901
This small building with a walk-up window and drive-through has people lining up for the tasty treat. This place and others like it have become the talk of the town. Frozen custard is thicker, richer and creamier than ice cream or frozen yogurt and is definitely a taste worth trying. Try frozen custard as a sundae, a flavored malt or shake, or blended with the topping or flavor of your choice. The Tulsa Turtle contains custard, hot fudge, caramel and pecans and is a favorite selection. Walk up or drive through; there is no indoor seating. A couple of tips: first, you may find one specialty sundae is enough for you and a friend; second, plan on waiting in line if you go on a hot day.
6100 South Sheridan Tulsa, OK 74133 +1 918 496 3311
At the corner of 61st Street and Sheridan in South Tulsa sits the Silver Flame, one of Tulsa's best steakhouses and a popular stop among business travelers. In business for over a decade, this is the only steakhouse in town with live piano-bar entertainment. The food here is served with a unique Middle Eastern flair. A house specialty is the Silver Flame Steak, a filet mignon specially prepared with peppers, onions and seasonings. Seafood and chicken are also featured, and seafood specials are offered at market price. A full bar and complete wine list is available to complement your meal.
Located in the busiest part of South Tulsa off US Highway 169, this multiplex theater features 15 screens, first-run movies, stadium seating and stereo surround-sound. It is also home to the only IMAX theater in Tulsa, with a screen three stories high and five stories wide. Unlike the bright-light arcade look of many such movie plexes, the decor here is elegant and sophisticated, reminiscent of eras past. Besides the standard snack bar, The Tulsa by Cinemark also offers a restaurant featuring gourmet coffee drinks.
1511 South Delaware Avenue Tulsa, OK 74104 +1 918 749 0020
A theater that has been a part of the city's culture-scape for several decades, albeit under different names, the Tulsa Little Theatre has risen to retain its role of a prominent culture and arts space in the city. The 1930s decor has been preserved, but the theater itself has been technologically upgraded to become a premier venue. See the website or call to know more.
One of the popular spots in the city for live music and good drinks, Reverb is a club-cum-music-venue. Though located away from the bustling city center, Reverb is quite popular in the music circles of the city because of the bands that come here to perform, as well as its special nights, like Synthetic Sundays. Do drop by on a weekend and have a blast at the Reverb.
1542 East 15th Street Tulsa, OK 74120 +1 918 583 5555
This popular restaurant brings the taste of New Orleans to the historic Cherry Street district of Tulsa. A dark brick interior, white formal linens and live music on the weekends make this a great spot for a date or an evening on the town, whether formal or casual. Cajun-style steaks, seafood and pasta are the main fare here, including Blackened Snapper and Crawfish Fettucini Alfredeaux. The fried alligator is a popular appetizer. Full wine and bar service is available. Also located at 81st and Lewis in south Tulsa.
6214 South Sheridan Road Tulsa, OK 74133 +1 918 491 1200
A very simple neighborhood bar, Fishbonz has nothing much to offer but for the libations at the bar. However the crowd and the live music makes it worth while here. The gigs are performed by popular local bands and at times even touring artists. A great place to be it you are around, the friendly crowd and happening music is definitely a big draw.
This place is a favorite dining spot for out-of-towners. White tablecloths and fine artwork on the walls help provide an upscale atmosphere perfect for business meals or a date. Bodean's greatest attraction is its wide selection of fresh fish, more than 30 varieties shipped in twice a day. Bodean also operates a fish market adjacent to the restaurant, as well as a wholesale distributorship to most of Tulsa's other restaurants offering fresh seafood.
304 South Elgin Avenue Tulsa, OK 74120 +1 918 576 7898
For a vibe akin to Oktoberfest, head down to Fassler Hall. Located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, this place brings German flair to the city. Their bar is stocked with draft beer and bottles from across Germany. Enjoy a pint or a refreshing cocktail from their list of classic concoctions. To complement your drink, their delicious fare includes handmade sausages, bratwurst, pretzels and falafel dogs.
222 North Main Street Tulsa, OK 74103 +1 918 561 6885
Vanguard is the latest addition to Tulsa's music scene. This modern venue brings forth popular bands, celebrity DJs and many other interesting gigs that are loved by one and all. The idea behind this venue is to allow the audience an up- close and personal view of its favorite band or performers. This uber cool venue represents the funky and chic generation of today. Check website for gig guide and other details.
At Fair Meadows, the ponies run year round, thanks to
three months of on site live racing and simulcast contests from across the country. The property is upscale, featuring a sports bar with 14 big screens. Guests can also ...
Located in downtown Tulsa and listed on the National Register
of Historic Places, the Brady Theater is a vital part of Tulsa history. Built around 1910 as the Tulsa Convention Hall, this 2,700 seat venue has been well preserved ...
This popular restaurant brings the taste of New Orleans to
the historic Cherry Street district of Tulsa. A dark brick interior, white formal linens and live music on the weekends make this a great spot for a date or ...