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Night Shift

Evening has arrived, and while the sunlight may be finished until tomorrow, you're revved up and ready to conquer the "coolest" part of the day — downtown Tulsa after dark.

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Michele Chiappetta and Rob Harmon
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Posted
August 28, 2019

As the day winds down and stretches into night, downtown Tulsa wakes up with electric energy. Bright lights stir across the skyline, Uber drivers prowl the busy streets, and craft and domestic beer bottles go down easy. Our downtown comes alive in the dark of night, and its nightlife carries on an authentic spirit. Whatever the activity or hour, it’s a celebration of the senses that’s more refreshing than a full eight hours of sleep.

Whether it’s the taste of a well-poured nightcap, the sight of glowing neon signs, the smell of dinner, the sounds of scooters flying past you, or the feel of sweat breaking on your brow at a concert or dance club, there’s no better time to call it a day and make the most of Tulsa at night.

Sure, you may work there during the day, and you may live across town, so getting there requires a little more effort than just driving over to the nearest neighborhood restaurant or movie theater. But it’s well worth making an effort to spend a short time inside the IDL — and here’s why. Downtown Tulsa is filled with blocks of walkable entertainment — with live music joints, gaming, dining, imbibing, shopping and oh, so much more.

Downtown Tulsa is a great place to find locally made artisan ales, specialty beers, craft chocolates, and some of the best pies in town. It’s where you can get adult slushies and go retro bowling. You can sit out on the lawn at Guthrie Green, enjoying conversation and people-watching, between hitting the restaurant and the after-hours bar.

Not sure where to start your evening out? We scoured the downtown area for fun things to do after the sun went down and found more than a few. Plan your best night ever with our playbook that includes countless ways to celebrate staying up as the lights go down.
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Albert G’s Bar-B-Q
421 E. 1st St. | Tulsa
A Tulsa tradition since 1992, Albert G’s is bringing the meat. Just don’t ask owner Chuck Gawey for his secret rub recipe; he won’t give it to you. Visit him at Albert G’s Bar-B-Q, though, and he’ll be glad to serve that rub to you, on generous plates of slow-smoked brisket, ribs, turkey, and more. Of course, all that sweet, savory, and spicy goodness will make you want that recipe even more. The brisket is the most popular item on the menu. It’s certified Angus beef slow-smoked for over 12 hours. The beef is tender and juicy and full of smoked flavor. The pork ribs are another popular choice. The meat falls off the bone, and the rub gives them just the right kick. They’re so good that you will find room for more until they’re all gone. The smoked chicken wings are a spicy favorite too. Raise a beer. Shout and cheer for your favorite team while watching the game on one of their many TVs.

Albert G’s Bar-B-Q
Albert G's (Photo: Valerie Wei-Haas)

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Baxter’s Interurban Grill
717 S. Houston Ave. | Tulsa
Some people are fortunate to know at an early age what they want to do for a living. Craig Baxter, chef and owner of Baxter’s Interurban Grill in downtown Tulsa, is one of those people. To this day, since starting in the restaurant industry in the late-1970s, people ask him why he’s still doing it, and he says it’s all he’s ever known. He still loves interacting one-on-one with customers and everything else about the whole restaurant scene as much as he did when he started. The service, quality of the menu items, and the price value that Baxter offers at his restaurant is what sets them apart from a lot of other places in the area. Parking is not a problem, and they’re close to hotels. Baxter’s Interurban is much more than just a restaurant that serves strictly American. Their Tex-Mex is fantastic, and they strive never to get a complaint. The steaks are also a great choice. Take advantage of the bar as well. They offer happy hour specials, plenty of beers on tap, and some great desserts, like their fan-favorite carrot cake.

Baxter’s Interurban Grill
Baxter’s Interurban Grill (Photo: Marc Rains)

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Boomtown Tees
114A S. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa
Whether it’s a famous slogan, a sports team, or just a simple outline of Oklahoma, we like to show off our state love here in Tulsa. And nowhere else in town will you find a more diverse selection of unique, locally designed and printed Tulsa T-shirts than Boomtown Tees, located in the bustling Blue Dome District. Although the storefront may appear tiny from the outside, the cozy interior is surprisingly packed with floor-to-ceiling shelves of quirky tees, tanks, and hoodies that celebrate all things local. If you grew up in Tulsa, Boomtown is a wearable treasure trove of childhood memories. And you’ll be repping 918 in style.

Boomtown Tees
Boomtown Tees (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Caz’s Chowhouse
18 E. M.B. Brady St. | Tulsa
Comfortable, laid back, easy to love — Caz’s Chowhouse is essential to any visit you make downtown. And if you want some comfort-food chicken dishes, this is the place to go. From the chicken and waffles (crispy tenders served over sizable Belgian waffles with syrup and a side of black-eyed peas) to the hand-battered, plate-sized chicken-fried chicken draped lovingly over mashed red potatoes with skillet gravy and green beans, there is no wrong choice. Don’t pass up the chicken-fried steak, rib-eye, or the Big C, with two half-pound patties, double cheese, bacon, and all the fixings. Caz’s will not let you down before (or after) a heady night on the town.

Caz’s Chowhouse
Caz’s Chowhouse (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Dilly Diner
402 E. 2nd St. | Tulsa
Whether you’re looking for someplace to visit before or after a concert, something unique to show your out-of-town guests, or a fun night out on the town with friends, the Blue Dome District is one of Tulsa’s best options. And when you’re ready for a meal, a snack, a drink, or a sweet treat, walk across the street from the actual Blue Dome into the Dilly Diner. Dilly Diner looks and feels like a classic diner while offering some modern and trendy touches. If you want some savory with your sweet, you must try the chicken and waffles. Bring some friends with you to try The Jed, a massive, plate-sized cinnamon roll. It’s made fresh in Dilly’s bakery and topped with your choice of a brown sugar pecan glaze or the traditional whipped cream cheese frosting. There are plenty of options to satisfy your cravings, but at some point you should consider the chicken-fried steak.

Dilly Diner
Dilly Diner (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge
211 S. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa
If you thought bowling was no longer a thing, then you haven’t set foot in the Dust Bowl yet. This hip bowling alley will throw you back in time like a visit to Pleasantville, yet it’s modern enough for you and your friends to enjoy a great night out. The Dust Bowl offers a retro 1960s- ‘70s feel in a variety of ways. The materials used to build the lanes came from authentic bowling alleys from decades past, polished and shiny as new. The seating mixes bright orange counter seating and lime green couches. Paneled wood walls and hanging globe lights top off the look, making you suspect that the Brady Bunch or Partridge Family might wander in any moment for a night out. As you’d expect, the Dust Bowl offers more than just bowling lanes. They offer food, drinks, and music too. In terms of food, the Dust Bowl carries through with its retro theme, offering menu items that feel exactly like what you’d expect to get in a bowling alley from 1975, but with the modern verve of the McNellie’s Group’s chefs.

Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge
Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge (Photo: Marc Rains)

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El Guapo’s
332 E. 1st St. | Tulsa
Do you enjoy a relaxing meal on the patio with friends or family, sipping something cold, and people watching? What if you could do it over a plate of freshly made, delicious, authentic Mexican food while overlooking a breathtaking view of downtown Tulsa? Fortunately, you can do all of those things at Tulsa’s only rooftop cantina, El Guapo’s. El Guapo’s has owned its corner of downtown since 2007, and not just because of the view from the roof; a lot has to do with its authentic Oaxaca-style Mexican dishes. El Guapo’s decor is quirky and eclectic, with brick peeking through stucco, bright turquoise, and terra cotta paint, and giant-headed cherubs and paintings of chickens decorating the walls. One of the most popular menu items is the smoked steak and cheese flauta. The Tacos el Guapo is another excellent menu choice. If you’re looking for a tasty starter, there are plenty of options. Of course, El Guapo’s serves up a great burrito. What goes better with Mexican food than a cold, sweet, tangy margarita? Finish your meal off with a basket of sopapillas, served fresh and hot with a side of honey.

El Guapo’s
El Guapo’s (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Elgin Park
325 E. M.B. Brady St. | Tulsa
Few things are as excellent as a day at the ballpark: Getting lost in the excitement of the game, enjoying a cold beer and maybe some piping-hot fries from a vendor’s cart, or a big slice of pizza from the concession stand. All you need is the chance to catch a foul ball, and your day is perfect. You’re not likely to catch any foul balls at Elgin Park, but you can get lost in a game on one of their televisions while you enjoy beer, fries, a slice of pie and other great eats. Alongside the Elgin Park brews on tap are an excellent selection of guest brews and in-house specials. There’s an extensive collection of Oklahoma beers like Hanson Bros. Beer Co. Mmmhops Pale Ale or the delicious Prairie Bomb! Stout from Prairie Artisan Ales. Of course, you can choose such ballpark staples as Bud Light, Coors, and Dos Equis XX lager if you prefer. Beer this good needs something special to pair with it. Let Elgin Park introduce you to New Haven-style pizza. This is some seriously good pizza sold by the slice or by the pie. Burgers and sandwich offerings include The Q (smoked brisket, smoked bologna, pub cheese, pickled onions, barbecue sauce, and toasted brioche), meatball hoagie, Fassler Italian sausage, cheesesteak and Double a Dog (foot-long hot dog, cheddar, bacon and a chili-on-top option).

Elgin Park
Elgin Park (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Fassler Hall
304 S. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa
“Ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit!” goes the favorite Oktoberfest song: A toast to friendship and good times. Oktoberfest comes around once a year, with its oompah bands, a great German beer, sausages, and pretzels, pretty girls and handsome boys, singing, laughing and enjoying the company of friends new and old. But when Oktoberfest comes to an end, that doesn’t mean the celebration of German food, beer, and friendly company ever has to. Fassler Hall, a German beer hall in the Blue Dome District, can help you enjoy the feel of Oktoberfest throughout the year. Fassler Hall’s menu is a celebration of German beer hall food. The most popular items are the sausages, for a good reason. All Fassler Hall sausages are made in-house. Of course, what German beer hall would be complete without beer? They have many of the German staples on draft. They also offer plenty of bottles and cans as well.

Fassler Hall
Fassler Hall (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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First Friday Art Crawl
Tulsa Arts District | Tulsa
Welcome to one of Tulsa’s eclectic enclaves of boutique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, museums, parks, creative businesses, clubs, studios and art galleries: the historic downtown Tulsa Arts District. Join them on the first Friday of every month to experience all the sights, sounds, and tastes the District has to offer — with an event that could only happen here. If you’ve ever attended First Friday Art Crawl, then you’ve experienced the energy that lights up this part of downtown. People of all ages and walks of life stroll from gallery to gallery, curious about what new art they will discover in each unique venue. Performers grace the stage of Guthrie Green and pop up in unexpected places, adding to the ambiance of the evening. Restaurants and coffee shops brim with laughter and conversations while bars and clubs swell with excitement and live entertainment. If you think, because you’ve attended the First Friday Art Crawl once or even a dozen times, you’ve seen it all, you are mistaken.

First Friday Art Crawl
First Friday Art Crawl (Photo: Marc Rains)

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Hurts Donut
111 S. Detroit Ave. | Tulsa
Tulsa waited for what seemed like forever to see this fantastic doughnut shop open. When it did, people lined up for hours for a chance to order a dozen or two of the melt-in-your-mouth doughnuts. Nobody was disappointed. These days, people still drive great distances to pick up these fresh and sugary morsels, but thankfully the lines aren’t as long. Open 24 hours a day, your downtown-after-dark excursion just got a little sweeter.

Hurts Donut
Hurts Donut

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James E. McNellie’s Public House
409 E. 1st St. | Tulsa
It’s one of those nights. You want a beer and yummy bar food, and you want to hang out with friends, but you want to relax and feel at home. What are you going to choose? Like the meme says: Why not both? James E. McNellie’s Public House is like your other living room. The mismatched tables and chairs make it feel casual and comfortable. The bar with 72 taps lets you know you have all the time in the world to explore McNellie’s beer menu. And the menu … oh, the menu. So many options, some straight off an Irish pub menu board, some straight-up Americana. All the beers are so tasty, you’ll have a hard time deciding where to start. Best of all, unlike your living room, someone else is washing the dishes when you’re finished.

James E. McNellie’s Public House
James E. McNellie’s Public House (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Magic City Books
221 E. Archer St. | Tulsa
After a day filled with endless base-touching meetings, commuting frustrations, and IT glitches, you owe it to yourself to turn down the volume of the workday or week. If you’re interested in lowering your heart rate in a cacophonous city, you are not alone. There happens to be quite the quiet community, and interestingly enough, it’s one that welcomes folks to share in the experience of “keeping to yourself” by throwing yourself into a book. A Tulsa Literary Coalition project, Magic City Books not only provides downtown with an abundant supply of literary and popular fiction books, as well as compelling narrative nonfiction works, they also support the community with culture-enriching author events and other happenings. As the home of Booksmart Tulsa, the bookstore’s Algonquin Room has hosted book signings and other literary events that make this bookstore a unique stop for your downtown Tulsa after-dark activities.

Magic City Books
Magic City Books (Photo: Marc Rains)

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Mexicali Border Cafe
14 W. M.B. Brady St. | Tulsa
Hanging from the high ceiling of Mexicali Border Café is a large Corona sign that traveled from the back of the Corona beer plant in the bed of a pickup truck. It’s just one of the details that helps you believe you’re walking into a cantina on the border for some good food and good times. Since 1986, Mexicali Border Café has been a Tulsa tradition for great Mexican food. The menu is continually changing and evolving to keep up with the times. Mexicali is famous for its fajitas. Sizzling fresh cooked beef, chicken, or shrimp with onions and peppers is brought to your table, fragrant and hot. The Ultimate Enchiladas are another favorite. Some of the Tex-Mex specialties include the crispy chimichangas which you can get stuffed with shredded beef, seasoned ground beef, or shredded chicken. The Enchiladas Cozumel is another delicious option, filled with shrimp, portabella mushrooms, Jack cheese, pico, and sautéed spinach. The roasted red bell pepper sauce sets it off perfectly.

Mexicali Border Cafe
Mexicali Border Cafe (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Osage Casino Hotel
951 W. 36th St. | Tulsa
When it comes to entertainment, the cards are never stacked against you at Osage Casino Hotel. The near-downtown gaming hub boasts more than 1,600 slot machines and a litany of video games, in addition to table games. When it’s time to cash out, it’s all bets down on entertainment, from pub grub and craft beers at Nine Band Brewing, sports on the big screens at Thunder Bar & Grill or an intimate concert at the Skyline Event Center. With over a $100 million in payouts over the last year, Osage Casino Hotel is an enjoyable experience where winning is always fun. The hotel’s excellent accommodations (including grand luxury suites, patio luxury suites, and king and double queen rooms) make it a smart getaway for anyone wanting to play and stay close to home.

Osage Casino Hotel
Osage Casino Hotel

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Pinkitzel Cupcakes and Candy
201 S. Denver Ave. | Tulsa
After-dinner sweet tooth got you distracted and craving some dessert? Swing by Pinkitzel. Custom cupcakes with flavors like peanut butter cup, white chocolate raspberry, carrot cake, strawberry milkshake, and double truffle can’t disappoint. They have truffles, macarons, and a candy boutique too, colorful and eye-catching as well as delicious. And it’s a perfect place for a birthday party or a parent-child fun date, where you can make your very own cupcake.

Pinkitzel Cupcakes and Candy
Pinkitzel Cupcakes and Candy

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Prairie Artisan Ales Brewpub
223 N. Main St. | Tulsa
For the first two years of its existence, liquor laws in Oklahoma prevented Prairie Artisan Ales Brewpub from serving anything stronger than 4 percent alcohol. This meant some of the brewery’s top-rated beers that Oklahomans have come to love, including the imperial brown ale Okie, and the Bomb!, an imperial stout aged on coffee, chocolate, vanilla beans, and ancho chili peppers, were left off the beer menu. But since 2018’s legislation, all that has changed. Now, these and so many other high-point beers are available to be paired with already outstanding food menu items. The burger is a healthy-portioned patty of either beef or black bean with juicy roasted tomato, housemade pickles, haystack onions and a thick slice of cheddar. A beautiful mound of their lip-smacking, addictive fries is served on the side.

Prairie Artisan Ales Brewpub
Prairie Artisan Ales Brewpub (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Shuffles Board Game Cafe
207 E. Archer St. | Tulsa
It’s not only a coffee shop, but it’s also a bar. Even more so, it’s a delicious restaurant. But what makes Shuffles Board Game Café distinctive are the games. The fees to play games are still very reasonable. Customers can select from an extensive board game library that contains over 700 titles. There are new and old games — everything from Hungry Hungry Hippos, Uno and Mouse Trap, to old favorites like Battleship, Monopoly, Scrabble and various renditions of Risk, to more complicated ones like Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne and even Dungeons & Dragons. And just about everything in between. The food menu includes tasty items like burgers, sandwiches, chicken, and salads, as well as an excellent slate of appetizers. In addition to beer and wine, the well-stocked bar has tons of different rum, whiskey, vodka, and scotch options, as well as many different mixed drink choices. Of course, there’s also coffee and milkshakes of different flavors, including some with alcohol, if you’re so inclined.

Shuffles Board Game Cafe
Shuffles Board Game Cafe (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Sisserou’s
107 N. Boulder Ave. | Tulsa
In the heart of Tulsa’s happening Tulsa Arts District, there is a small oasis of Caribbean flavor and fun. It’s called Sisserou’s, and if you haven’t visited yet, make time to go because this colorful little restaurant is a mini-vacation to the islands that you’ll never forget. The restaurant is influenced mainly by the cooking of Dominica. Jerk seasonings, Indian curries, island coconut, seafood and more can all be found here. The recipes are a blend of more traditional ingredients that reflect the Caribbean with twists to make the dishes palate-pleasing to the general public.

Sisserou’s
Sisserou’s (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Spinster Records
11 E. M.B. Brady St. | Tulsa
Moved by music? There’s no better place downtown to track down vintage vinyl from artists you grew up with, check out recent releases, or stumble through musical genres you didn’t know existed than at Spinster Records. Get lost in flipping through the albums, pausing to look at the outstanding cover art. Check out turntables and hi-fi audio hardware. If you’re a serious music fan, you’ll know there’s nothing quite like vinyl to recreate live sound. Spinster Records also hosts events like live music performances, which you can keep up to date with when you visit their Facebook page.

Spinster Records
Spinster Records

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The Boxyard
502 E. 3rd St. | Tulsa
The Boxyard in downtown Tulsa made its debut in December 2016 as the first of its kind of design in the area. Entirely made of shipping containers used for years of international shipping, The Boxyard’s shopping, dining and drinking areas are both environmentally friendly and a blast for visitors. The result is that people enjoy a variety of small businesses that offer inviting, eclectic foods, drinks, clothing, services and more. Over the last couple of years, The Boxyard’s tenants have changed a bit, so if you haven’t visited in a while, now is a great time to check out the new additions and the old goodies that continue to have shops here. You’ll find several offerings you can’t find elsewhere — with a hip, urban, creative vibe that inspires people to come back again and again. To enjoy the flavor and style of The Boxyard as well as great views of the downtown Tulsa skyline, stop by the main rooftop patio or the deck outside Open Container.

The Boxyard
The Boxyard (Photo: Jessica Karin Photography)

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The Max Retropub
114 S. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa
If you’re a fan of the 1980s and 1990s, then this themed arcade bar is going to be a perfect place to rock out and hang out after-hours. Something is happening every night of the week, from trivia and bingo to ladies’ night and live DJs. Try your hand at pinball, Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Tron, Tetris, and other arcade games. And enjoy their sizable beer and cocktails menu. Whether you’re into shots, wine, adult slushies, or mixed drinks, you’ll find something perfect for a night of throwback fun with your friends.

The Max Retropub
The Max Retropub

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The Tavern
201 N. Main St. | Tulsa
The extensive wine list at The Tavern offers some of the best wines from across the globe. Their beer list includes local breweries like Elgin, Marshall, Dead Armadillo, and more on tap. For the whiskey lover, The Tavern has a selection of more than 40 bourbons, ryes, and scotches, including several single malts. The Tavern’s menu changes seasonally. Whatever the season, however, there are some favorites you can count on. The Tavern Burger is a real staple. Another perennial favorite is the chicken roulade. If you prefer pork, consider the porkchop. To start your meal off right, take a look at the bar snacks and small plates menu. A unique and delicious must-try is the bacon popcorn.

The Tavern
The Tavern (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Ti Amo Ristorante
219 S. Cheyenne Ave. | Tulsa
Ti Amo’s downtown location has a cozy, inviting atmosphere that makes you feel like you’ve left Tulsa for a quick trip to New York City. The wait staff is top-notch, and they’ll make you feel catered to as they serve you a delicious meal of Italian food with Mediterranean influences. The wines, appetizers, dinners, and desserts are all superb. We’re fond of the crab cakes, shrimp scampi, penne Cajun, and tiramisu, but you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. It’s a perfect spot for a romantic date night.

Ti Amo Ristorante
Ti Amo Ristorante

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Welltown Brewing
114 W. Archer St. | Tulsa
The taproom is a fun, vibrant place that is kid-friendly and even dog-friendly, with a rooftop patio and first-floor garage doors that open up to the sidewalk during beautiful weather. Because they don’t serve any hard alcohol such as vodka or whiskey, Welltown Brewing is allowed to welcome minors into the establishment. (That’s also why it’s called a “taproom” and not a “bar.”) That distinction alters the atmosphere in a way that makes it less aggressive and gives it a more inclusive, calmer vibe.

Welltown Brewing
Welltown Brewing (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Yokozuna
309 E. 2nd St. | Tulsa     9146 S. Yale, Ste. 100 | Tulsa
Japanese fusion is so much more than the cuisine; it’s embodied in everything about Yokozuna. The Yokozuna menu is a journey with stops for everyone, whether you love your sashimi and nigiri, or prefer your fish fully cooked. Start on the cocktail menu, where you’ll find whimsically named concoctions like Now & Zen and Violet Confrontation. Don’t skip the appetizer menu. Yokozuna has some fantastic offerings. The house-cut sweet potato fries are a revelation. The ramen bowls have to be tried to be believed. Forget about the ramen you had in college. This is a decadent serving of pork or chicken with a soy egg and more, in a broth so thick, rich, and flavorful. The poke bowls are another popular choice, but the heart of Yokozuna is its sushi menu, and it never disappoints.

Yokozuna
Yokozuna (Photo: Sarah Eliza Roberts)

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Amelia’s
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318 E. 2nd St. | Tulsa

Bar 46
107 N. Boulder Ave. | Tulsa

BOK Center
200 S. Denver Ave. | Tulsa

Brady Theater
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Bull in the Alley
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Cain’s Ballroom
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Caz’s Pub
21 E. M.B. Brady St. | Tulsa

Cellar Dweller
417 W. 7th St. | Tulsa

Chimera Cafe
212 N. Main St. | Tulsa

Club Majestic
124 N. Boston Ave. | Tulsa

Decopolis
502 S. Boston Ave. | Tulsa

Dos Bandidos
109 N. Detroit Ave. | Tulsa

Duet
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Elote
514 S. Boston Ave. | Tulsa

Enso Bar
104 S. Detroit Ave. | Tulsa

Fly Loft
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Fur Shop
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Glacier Bean to Bar
209 E. Archer St. | Tulsa

Guthrie Green
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Gypsy Coffee House
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Hodges Bend
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Ida Red
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Inner Circle Vodka Bar
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Jinya Ramen Bar
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Lefty’s on Greenwood
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Lone Wolf Banh Mi
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Lotus Sandwich Eatery & Bar
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Mainline Art & Cocktails
111 N. Main St. | Tulsa

MixCo
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Naples Flatbread
201 S. Denver Ave. | Tulsa

ONEOK Field
201 N. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa

Peacemaker Lobster and Crab Co.
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PRHYME: Downtown Steakhouse
111 N. Main St. | Tulsa

Rabbit Hole Bar and Grill
116 S. Elgin Ave. | Tulsa

Reds Bar
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Saturn Room
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Soundpony Lounge
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Tavolo
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The Hunt Club
224 N. Main St. | Tulsa

The Mayo Hotel | The Penthouse Bar
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The Unicorn Club
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The Vanguard
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The Vault
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Valkyrie
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