Located in the Fontana Shopping Center, the Royal Dragon serves excellent Chinese cuisine in an elegant dining room. Decorated in black and red, with beautiful Oriental artwork and a koi fishpond, this restaurant's atmosphere is appropriate for a business lunch, a family gathering or a date. Besides offering a huge buffet for lunch or dinner, complete with Mongolian barbecue at dinner, a full menu is also available should you choose to have something specially prepared. Bar service is available, as are carry-out orders.
Known as the oldest pizza establishment in Oklahoma (the first store was opened in Stillwater, OK in 1957), Hideaway Pizza serves both standard and house specialty pizzas. Located in the Fontana Shopping Center, this restaurant is festively decorated with collages made by store employees. Do not call for delivery; you will need to stop in to taste these pies. Along with the traditional offerings, Hideaway serves several gourmet pizzas, including their Supreme version of the Big Country, piled high with meats. Salads and sandwiches are also offered, as well as a limited number of beers. Additional locations are at 1503 East 15th Street and at 81st Street and Harvard Avenue.
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.
Goldie's burgers have repeatedly been rated Tulsa's Best Hamburger by numerous local publications. Since this first store opened in 1962, the "charburger," with its special seasonings, has become a Tulsa tradition. While the atmosphere is casual and fairly quiet, this is no "greasy spoon" cafe. Nostalgic memorabilia decorates the walls of this Tulsa landmark. Burgers are the order of the day, in many varieties, starting from the basic Charburger for $5, available with one side item. Chicken sandwiches are available, as well as several dinner entrees. Enjoy the pickle bar while your meal is being prepared. Other locations include 4401 East 31st St and 111 West 5th St (downtown). For other Tulsa locations please call +1 918 254 8100.
This casual family restaurant in South Tulsa specializes in the tastes of the American deep South. Varnished woodwork throughout and checkered tablecloths give this place a down-home feel. Have a big chicken-fried steak or meatloaf complete with fried okra and black-eyed peas, or your choice of other vegetables, or just stop in for an ice cream sundae at the old-fashioned soda fountain. If you are stopping in for lunch, or just don't have the appetite for the large portions offered, there's a light menu offering smaller-sized servings of most entrees for a lower price. Other Tulsa locations include 3330 S Peoria Ave (+1 918 748 8666) and 11101 E 41st St (+1 918 627 4700).
Located near US Highway 169 in south Tulsa, this highly popular restaurant offers quality Italian cuisine at reasonable prices. The stonework flooring and walls provide an Italian villa atmosphere that appeals both to families coming for dinner and to businesspeople stopping in for lunch. A wide variety of salads and pastas are offered, including Fettuccine with Five Cheeses. Beer and wine are available to complement your meal.
Located in the popular Fontana Shopping Center, this cozy spot offers great Mexican food at reasonable prices. Decorations include window treatments of dried peppers, which help to set a perfect atmosphere for a date, family dinner or just to stop in after you're done shopping. Besides the standard offerings of tacos, enchiladas and burritos, a house favorite is the fajita plate with beef or chicken. In addition, several seafood variations of these dishes are available. Beer and wine are available to complement your meal. Other locations are at 1737 South Sheridan Road and 4920 South Memorial.
Since its start in the early 1990s, the Rib Crib has become a Tulsa tradition. Located in the hills of South Tulsa, the Rib Crib offers smoked ribs and meats, served with tangy barbecue sauces in a rustically decorated dining room. You can enjoy either a full order of award-winning ribs or a half slab of baby-back ribs with your choice of side orders. Chicken, brisket and other meats are also available, as are dinner plates or as sandwiches. Full bar service is available. Family portions also available for carry-out.
Located in The Farm, a popular shopping spot at 61st and Sheridan, this is one of Tulsa's favorite burger places. A casual, seat-yourself cafe atmosphere and real draft root beer (no alcoholic beverages) make this a great lunch or dinner spot for people on the go. A wide range of burgers is available, along with Ron's famous chili and other sandwiches. The most popular burger is Ron's Special, a 1/3-pounder loaded up with ham, bacon, fried onions and more. Also try the beer-batter onion rings.
Adding to the ambiance of the Cherry Street District, this popular family-owned Italian place offers excellent food in an elegant urban environment. Artistically decorated in red and black with strings of lights, this is a great place for a business meal, a date, or an evening with friends. The menu is small, as is the space (patio dining is available), but the food is excellent. Chicken Scalloppini is the most popular item, and a large gourmet pizza is enough for four people. All meals come with Lemon Caesar Salad and incredible Italian-style bread. A full wine list is available.