# Eat local
A New Food Hall / Food Court is now open in Downtown Tulsa.
The New Food Court (Food Hall) is now open in the Bank of Oklahoma Tower (Williams Tower) in Downtown, Tulsa. It’s open to the public and currently had 6 restaurants. The restaurants include Chicken & the wolf, Senor Pablo, Tokyo Garden, Froot Bowls and Rib Crib. Qt / QuikTrip will also have a location opening soon. On our visit I enjoyed a hibachi steak fried rice bowl from Tokyo Garden and my wife had an Açaí bowl from froot bowls. My streak bowl was tasty and my wife loved her Acai bowl. We were stunned by the beauty of the plaza seating and common areas. We are excited to come back to try more food and see the new QT when it opens.
Jimmy’s Round Up Cafe and Fried Pies is the place to go for homestyle food in OKC
We have been hearing great things about Jimmy’s Round Up Cafe and Fried Pies in Oklahoma City so we decided to go try it out. They serve delicious homemade food and we loved every bite. I had the fried catfish with mashed potatoes, my wife had the chicken and dumplings and my boys had chicken and a burger. Everything we ate was great. They brought out fresh rolls that were so tasty. Also with it being our first time they gave us two fried pies. We chose peach and apple. They were delicious. We can’t wait to visit again and try some more delicious Homestyle food.
Food and Drinks at Lefty’s on Greenwood in Downtown Tulsa
We stopped by and tried Lefty’s on Greenwood a few nights ago. Its a restaurant and bar located in the heart of the Greenwood District. (Very close to the drillers stadium) They have a full service menu with a variety of delicious options. The atmosphere was fun. They have a great sound system and have live music and dj’s multiple days each week. The restaurant is decorated with art and signs showing any of their drinks. The offer a great selection of food including chicken, burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, fish and chips, salads and more. I had the Hawkeye sandwich which consisted of a Pork Tenderloin cutlet punted thin, breaded to order and fried golden brown. My wife had the Fiesta Salad and my niece had the Chicken Tendies. We were happy with our meals and the experience at Lefty’s.
Golden 1 Chinese restaurant
This time I ordered only a nice box. Food is always delicious here. They are located at 4201 Neshaminy Boulevard, #112 & #113, Bensalem, PA 19020.
Pupuseria y taqueria sabor latino
A restaurant that serves Mexican food located at 1871 Cottman Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19111
Malay Thai Kitchen
First time to try their food and it was delicious! They are located at 8800 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA
Yamato Japanese Sushi and Hibachi
Mall-based option for sushi, rolls & grilled Japanese fare plus lunch bento boxes & a kids' menu. Located at 9910 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19114
Kilkenny’s Irish Pub is the place to go for authentic Irish Food in Tulsa
Kilkenny’s Irish Pub is the place to go for Authentic Irish Food in Tulsa. They have a large menu the atmosphere is as you’d expect in an Irish pub. It’s cozy with plenty of seating and nice decor. My wife and I recently visited for lunch and it was so good. We started with one of the 22 appetizers. They all looked so good but we settled with Callan Cheddar Dip and Chips. (Crispy Fried Potato Wedges served with a crock of hot Irish cheddar sauce). For our meals my wife had KillKenny’s Potato Soup and a side salad. I had the Irish Travelers Chicken Cordon Bleu. I had never had a Cordon Bleu but I was pleasantly surprised with it. It consisted of Chicken Breast layered with Swiss Cheese, Black Forest Ham, coated with bread crumbs and baked golden brown. It was served with O’fredo sauce, vegetables and a side of Colcannon. (Mashed Potatoes with braised cabbage) and of course I had a Guinness with my meal. Overall, KillKenny’s was a great experience that I highly recommended.
Tally’s Good Food Café is celebrating 35 years of serving Tulsa on Route 66
My family and I enjoyed trying out Tally’s on Route 66. It had been years since we had last eaten here. The food was great. We really loved the pizza fries. (Fries covered with mozzarella cheese, pepperonis, bacon, and served with marinara sauce. I enjoyed Chicken Parmesan as my meal, my wife had chicken salad and my boys had pancakes. Tally’s first opened in Tulsa on Route 66 in 1987. They have since opened a second Tulsa location ran by Mr Tally’s son. The Route 66 location is open 7 days per week for breakfast (served all day), lunch, and dinner. They have more than 100 dishes most are American food and they are known for their breakfasts and big entrees.
Delicious Breakfast at the Big Biscuit in Broken Arrow
Last weekend my family and I enjoyed trying out the Big Biscuit in Broken Arrow. The food is delicious. I love the Bonut (a biscuit, dipped in french toast batter and fried to golden brown then covered with powdered sugar) My wife loves the biscuits and gravy. They also cook eggs to order and we were very happy with them. My boys loved the silver dollar pancakes. Not only do they have good food but the service was amazing. Our waiter always had a smile and was fast and friendly. If you want a good experience check out the Big Biscuit.
Trying JJ Hot Chicken for the first time
JJ Hot Chicken in Elkins Park is a new place and they are serving their famous Scorcin Hot Chicken. They are located at 8120 Old York Rd Suite 150, Elkins Park, PA 19027.
Over 100 years of great food in Tulsa’s Savoy Restaurant
Today I met my Grandpa for lunch at the classic Tulsa restaurant Savoy. They have been cooking up scratch made food since 1918. Yes, for over 100 years they have been serving up delicious Homestyle meals, cinnamon rolls and pies. My grandpa reminisced and told me stories about him eating here frequently when they were located in downtown Tulsa. He said it’s still just as tasty. He had some eggs and bacon and biscuits and gravy. I opted for the Thursday special Thursday Roast Turkey hand carved, with cornbread dressing covered with Turkey gravy. My sides were broccoli and mashed potatoes. It was delicious. They are also famous for their cinnamon rolls which you can order to go and are available in other local Oklahoma shops. If you are looking for a one of a kind restaurant in Tulsa that has been serving great food for over 100 years stop on by Savoy.
Organic, Fresh and Tasty Food and Drinks at Inheritance Juicery in Downtown Tulsa
Looking for some delicious healthy food and drink options in Oklahoma? Check out Inheritance Juicery in Downtown Tulsa. They are known for their “real food, all organic and cold pressed juice”. The building is beautiful and is converted from a parking garage. There are many seating options inside and out and the decor is creative and the seating is comfortable. It is a great place to relax and enjoy some delicious natural treats.
Hanks Hamburgers has been serving up delicious food on Route 66 in Tulsa for over 70 years.
I had Hanks Hamburgers first time this past week. Since 1949 Hanks Hamburgers has been serving up delicious burgers, fries and shakes in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They have been located here on Route 66 for over 70 years now. My burger was tasty and flavorful. If you’re up for a challenge try the Okie Dokie (a burger with 6 patty’s and 6 slices of cheese). I stuck with the classic burger and fries. It is a small building, but they have a second room with additional seating near the back, so don’t give up if it looks too busy when you first arrive. They have a to go order window and a dine in order section so you can easily get it to go or dine in.
Get your kicks and your eats at Mother Road Market on Route 66 in Tulsa
The Mother Road Market in Tulsa is one of the many sites to see on Route 66 that blends in perfectly with the old school attractions . I love how Oklahoma’s Route 66 is growing with new activities included with many classic things to see and do as well. The Mother Road Market has a mixture of local Oklahoma restaurants. There are so many food choices within the market. It’s a place our family loves to revisit. Also, there are two rotating kitchen spaces for up incoming businesses to try out their restaurant idea before investing in a permanent location. The building is decked out with Route 66 decor and a themed mini golf course outside on the covered patio. After eating there’s even a few shops you can get some souvenirs at and locally made goods for sale.
Eat Tacos and Help Those in Need at Tacos 4 Life in Broken Arrow.
We tried 🌮 Tacos4Life in Broken Arrow yesterday. Not only do they serve delicious tacos, quesadillas, burritos and more but they support a great cause. They partner with the charity “Feed My Starving Children” and for every meal bought they give a meal to those that are in need all around the world. Another great thing we loved about Tacos 4 Life is their amazing service! Carl took our order and was friendly, fun and knowledgeable about the mission behind Tacos4Life and the amazing food they offer. Tacos4Life started out in Arkansas but the Broken Arrow location is locally owned and operated. So if you want to eat some delicious food and help those in need go eat at Tacos4Life.
Tasty Burgers from a local Oklahoma Chain.
We recently had some tasty burgers at Smitty’s Garage aka The Garage. The local chain started out in Norman, Oklahoma and has since spread around the state and even into other neighboring states such as Arkansas and Nebraska. It’s great to see a local business doing so well. We most recently ate at the Sheridan location. The decor is fun and they had an arcade room. If you’re wanting a tasty burger support an Oklahoma local chain and try out Smitty’s Garage.
A birthday dinner at Luke's Kitchen!
We had a little family celebration for Ang at Luke's! A favorite among Orlando area residents (it technically has a Maitland address), Luke's has fun food, a gorgeous atmosphere, and a view of beautiful Lake Lily! Luke's Kitchen and Bar 640 S Orlando Ave Maitland, FL 32751 Music provided by Epidemic Sound