Nothing says Oklahoma food like good, old-fashioned barbecue — slow smoked ribs, chopped or sliced brisket, pulled pork, tender chicken breast, meat, meat and more meat. A slow-cooked, tender, fall-off-the-bone, melt-in-your-mouth meat dish can take hours to cook though, and sometimes that’s just not quick enough for us to feed our carnivorous desires. So, rather than slaving over a hunk of meat until you’ve lost your appetite, go to the crib that has been serving Tulsa homemade barbecue for over 20 years: RibCrib. They offer fast, friendly service, and you can’t go wrong with anything on their rich menu, which goes beyond barbecue and includes catfish, chicken-fried steak, burgers, salads, wings, fried okra and more. There’s something for everyone here, and you won’t leave hungry, that’s a guarantee.
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