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mjtx Sep 27, 2008 06:06 PM

We are going to Tulsa for a long weekend and would like to find out if there are any really good breakfast places. We will be staying at the Renaissance. Also, we are considering eating dinner at the Cyprus Grille and would like to know if it is good.
Thanks.

  1. Firegoat Sep 28, 2008 07:32 AM

    For a nicer place try the Chalkboard
    http://www.thechalkboard-tulsa.com/index.cfm?id=7
    For a delicious lazy brunch, I recommend the Philbrook Museum's La Villa restaurant. Beautiful surrounding and view.
    http://www.philbrook.org/experience/dine/
    For a fun and busy and kind of a yuppie weekend breakfast place to go (with really good home fries) Brookside by Day is a good place to eat and people watch.
    For more of a diner-type breakfast Ollies Station is always busy on weekends, and has multiple toy trains chugging around the ceiling of the dining room.
    http://www.olliesstation.com/
    For a more euro feel, try the Kopenhagen Blue Danish Bakery and Cafe. This one is on the recommendation of a good friend of mine, I haven't had a chance to try it yet, but I plan to.
    http://www.merchantcircle.com/busines...

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      Jocelyn P Sep 27, 2008 08:07 PM

      If you are looking for a gourmet breakfast, try Wild Fork in Utica Square. Their breakfast menu is on the website: http://wildfork.com/

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        vhickey08 Sep 27, 2008 06:32 PM

        Depending on if you want eggs benedict or down home cooking. I'm not too sure about gourmet breakfasts here in Tulsa, but I do know a great place for down home cooking it's called Freeway Cafe, the quality of food is great, it's clean, the price is reasonable and the staff is pretty good. We have been eating there since it opened back in 99. It's hard to get a table at certain times but the wait is worth it. It's on 4th and Sheridan. It might be too far away from Renaissance but you won't be sorry. Try one of the omelettes or the pancakes, it's all good.

        1. markp Sep 27, 2008 06:24 PM

          Queenies for breakfast!

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