Where’s the Best Brunch in Tulsa?

August 27, 2015


What is your favorite thing to do on a Sunday morning?  People in Tulsa love their Sunday brunch, and there are a lot of restaurants to accommodate them. Here is a short list of some of the best locations in different parts of the city.

Kilkenny's on Cherry Street
1413 East 15th Street

If you love a good Irish pub, then Kilkenny's is the place to be. If you've never had a traditional Irish breakfast, it's definitely a must-have. It comes with two eggs cooked the way you like, bangers (Irish sausage), rashers (Irish bacon), grilled tomatoes and mushrooms, black pudding and Irish soda bread for about $10.  With other menu items like biscuits and gravy, omelets, pancakes and Irish oatmeal, you won't leave here hungry.

624 Kitchen and Catering
624 S. Boston Ave

This brunch is a little different, as it's a brunch buffet that costs around $24. While that may seem a bit pricey, having the choice of so many different items to taste and try is worth a little extra money. Prime rib, ham, giant shrimp cocktail, waffles, omelets, potatoes au gratin, biscuits and country gravy, and fresh fruit are just a few items included in the buffet. Be sure to come hungry.

Tallgrass Prairie Table Downtown
3 13 E 2nd Street

Tallgrass is a lovely and elegant farm-to-table restaurant. You'll get great service as well as fresh, delicious food. In the mood for fresh-made chocolate beignets and a cup of Cafe du Monde? Maybe something more savory, like Bloody Mary Shrimp and Grits or open-faced Croque Madame? All dishes are made from scratch and food items are sourced locally to help support the local economy.

Wild Fork Midtown
1820 Utica Square

With a name like Wild Fork, you probably wouldn't expect this restaurant to be as charming and inviting as it is. Focusing on great food, art and good service, this restaurant caters to meat lovers, but is also vegetarian-vegan friendly. The outdoor patios are comfortable and a great way to enjoy your meal along with good conversation. Pork medallions with grits, old-fashioned corn cakes, or a frittata made with salmon and potatoes are just a few menu items you should try.

The Palace Cafe
1301 E. 15th Street

Having company for the weekend or a family get-together? The Palace Cafe is a great place to go for a celebration of any kind. The Palace Omelet is made with ham, onion, bacon, sausage, zucchini, sweet peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes and comes with home fries and buttered toast. The Green Eggs and Ham is made with eggs, spinach, chopped herbs, scallions and goat cheese, and is served with a slice of ham, home fries and toast. 

Enjoying great food and good company is the best way to spend a Sunday morning. What's your favorite place for brunch in Tulsa? Let us know about your favorites by leaving a note in the comments section.

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