TULSA TOP TEN: Part 3
Today we are releasing a new episode from the Tulsa Top Ten series! Tulsa Top Ten is a series where I collaborate with local bloggers from Instagram to share their favorite places that the metro has to offer. This collaboration is with Instagram blogger Lindsay Morris. If you want to follow along, she is on Instagram at “Tulsa Places.”
#10: Kilkenny’s: Not just Irish brunch! But they do have traditional Irish breakfast (bangers and mush, Irish pudding, Irish baked beans, Irish soda bread). They offer tons of Benedict and Omelet options. I love the Huevos Rancheros and Chilaquilas.
#9: Mad Eats: This breakfast-y spot in Owasso is so fun and yummy! And they serve brunch ALL DAY! One of my favorite items is the Brunch Pacos – three buttermilk pancake tacos with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and choice of bacon or sausage served with maple syrup and hash browns.
#8: The Tavern: This place is just plain classy! You kind of feel like you’re eating in a university library. It is owned by McNellie’s Group, so you know it’s going to be good. My favorites for brunch there are Chilaquiles and Crab Egg Benedict.
#7: Tally’s: Tally’s is a Tulsa tradition. Tally started the original location at 11th and Yale in 1987. Both Tally’s locations serve classic diner food – pancakes, eggs, bacon, biscuits, and gravy. You must try the biscuits and gravy and cheesecake pancakes. He’s added cocktails like bloody marys and mimosas in recent years.
#6: Savoy: Best cinnamon rolls in Tulsa! They also offer delectable-looking eclairs and cream puffs! Savoy serves omelets, skillets, breakfast burritos, and classic pancakes, eggs and bacon. This restaurant originally started downtown as the Kelamis Cafe in 1928 and has passed through four generations of the same family!
#5: Wild Fork: This is a great place to have brunch outdoors on their patio on a beautiful day! Try the Miniature Cinnamon Rolls in a cast-iron skillet and Blueberry Pancakes with Lemon Curd if you have a sweet tooth! Mornings in Havana Cocktail (Coconut rum, mint simple syrup, lime, sparkling) is a delicious and unique brunch cocktail.
#4: Roosevelt’s: I also love brunch outdoors on this Cherry Street patio. If you’re feeling like a boozy brunch, check out the Fro Mo (frozen mimosa) or Mimosa Flights, which feature four 4oz. Mimosas! For a hearty brunch, try the Steak and Cheese Omelet or Salmon Lox SMØRRBRØD
#3: Duet Jazz: Another great spot to enjoy brunch outdoors! They have live patio music from 12-2 on Sundays. I love the Five Spice French Toast - coconut milk, orange curd, peppered bacon. Other yummy offerings include Huevos Rancheros, Biscuits, and Gravy
#2: Smoke: If you’re looking for a delicious, meaty brunch, look no further than Smoke. They have locations on Cherry Street and in Owasso. I adore the Smoked Brisket Poutine - Brown Gravy, Cheddar and Feta cheese, Pickled Red Onions, Chives, and Eggs in any style.
#1: Bramble – This is my favorite spot for brunch! They’ve expanded to three locations! Downtown Pearl District, BA, and Jenks! Their French Toast is my favorite! - cinnamon brioche, two eggs your way, bacon. The Bramwich Bowl is also definitely worth trying – two eggs your way, cheddar, sausage patty, breakfast potatoes, house-made biscuit, gravy.
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