Owner Cheri Asher started this hip, homey locale to give students a safe place to hang out. The Coffee House has since grown into a must-visit for all Tulsans. The coffee is roasted by Tulsa’s own Double Shot. Ingredients come from local vendors like Lomah Dairy, Farrell Family Bread and Fisher Eggs. The menu is chock-full of vegan and gluten-free options that taste so good, you’ll voluntarily go hippie. And they serve a bottomless cup of coffee for $3.25. They serve up a beautiful yogurt parfait with fresh fruit, vegan pumpkin muffins that have a lot of fans, and fresh pastries that match perfectly with a cup of artisan coffee or tea, especially when you sit outside on the casual, comfortable patio.
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