6800 South Mill Street
Pryor, OK 74361
Phone: (918) 825-7600
Fax: (918) 825-6656
6800 South Mill Street, Pryor, OK, US, 74361
- Phone: (918) 825-7600
- Fax: (918) 825-6656
Bars & Cafes
Located on State Highway 66 (formerly old Route 66) at the Verdigris Bridge between Catoosa and Claremore, this is a well-known spot among Tulsans. Set in a log house by the river near the woods, the scenic exterior and rustic lodge-type interior set the stage for a unique dining experience. Among the steak and seafood offerings is a 13-ounce rib-eye steak. Smoked salmon is also a very popular item here. They serve a quail dinner and offer full bar and wine service. This is a short drive northeast of Tulsa, but worth it.
Located in the Reasor's and Old Time Pottery Parking Lot, Mountain Mudd Espresso Drive Thru offers gourmet specialty drinks including espresso, coffee, frozen drinks, tea & the classics.
Authentic Italian food and impeccable hospitality is what Carrabba's Italian Grill is all about. This family diner is kid-friendly and features an extensive menu-list. Try the 'Insalta Carrabba Caesar' and you will know why this diner is so popular! The various wines available add the finishing touch to the elegant dining experience. Watch your meals being prepared and garnished in the open kitchen. Ingredients that are exotic and sourced from different parts of the world are used to prepare a gastronomical wonder.
At Fair Meadows, the ponies run year-round, thanks to three months of on-site live racing and simulcast contests from across the country. The property is upscale, featuring a sports bar with 14 big screens. Guests can also rent out one of nearly 200 carrels, which offer an executive-style chair and a personal television for race viewing. For larger parties, private rooms are available for rent as well, but arrive early; they are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Patrons must be 18 years or older to enter.
This small building with a walk-up window and drive-through has people lining up for the tasty treat. This place and others like it have become the talk of the town. Frozen custard is thicker, richer and creamier than ice cream or frozen yogurt and is definitely a taste worth trying. Try frozen custard as a sundae, a flavored malt or shake, or blended with the topping or flavor of your choice. The Tulsa Turtle contains custard, hot fudge, caramel and pecans and is a favorite selection. Walk up or drive through; there is no indoor seating. A couple of tips: first, you may find one specialty sundae is enough for you and a friend; second, plan on waiting in line if you go on a hot day.
Dukes Southern Kitchen offers you a taste of Cajun and Creole food. Enjoy your meal as you loose yourself in the live jazz music. The service here could sometimes be slow, but it certainly will not it ruin your evening. The restaurant gets packed at happy hours, so you will have to get here early to get a seat.
Mahogany welcomes you with the aroma of steaks seared to perfection. The seafood platter features a wide range of fresh fruits of the sea - shrimp, crabs, trout and more. This upscale restaurant also offers a relaxed atmosphere as well as prompt service. Although priced on the higher side, it is worth a visit.
Harvard Sports Bar & Grill features large screen televisions for watching sports. Apart from pleasing sport fans, Harvard Sports Bar & Grill also makes sure fans of live classic Rock, Blues, Country, R&B music do not leave dissatisfied.The spacious bar hosts several live performances by well known artists and bands. These include David Dover, Scott Elison Band, Snapdragon and others, to name a few. It also offers American burgers and bar food to cater to the patrons' needs.
Elephant Run Restaurant and Club is a wonderful establishment that caters to the entertainment quotient of Tulsa, for it never lets it go down. Be it the casual fare, fabulous drinks, live music, DJ's or the Run Girls, the restaurant has it all or simply all that, it requires to make it a complete entertainment hub. Every night here has a special event, if its Ladies night today, then Karaoke, or DJ nights tomorrow. Hence to soak in the fun to the fullest, find out the events at the club, as for the food and drink, they are always there to keep company.
Two large white stallions welcome you as you enter one of the country's national upscale restaurant, P.F. Chang's China Bistro. Located in the Utica Square, the restaurant caters to families that love Chinese. Although the place serves traditional Chinese fare, one may find the menu with a list of modern Chinese delicacies. The decor is tastefully done with mute lightings and shades on the darker side which add a touch of sophistication to this rather casual bistro. The restaurant also has a large bar where one can taste a number of wines and martinis.
Queenie's, located in Utica Square is one colorful place where most of Tulsa likes to indulge its sweet tooth. Though known for its delicious breakfast, brunch and meal preparations, it is more famed for its sandwiches and cakes. Try the carrot cake or the chocolate fudge cake and you will know why this small bakery-sandwich place is not worth a miss. The portions are decent, as are the prices. One can even dine indoors or outside on the patio if the climate permits. All in all, it is a great place to satiate your in-between-meals hunger. Also don't miss their home made desserts.
Located in Utica Square, store number 38, Starbucks Coffee will draw you to itself with its tempting coffee aroma. Generally crowded, this place offers a range of coffees, teas and drinks. But none like Frappuccino, Honey Latte, Caffé Latte and espressos offered here along with a list of rolls, sandwiches and desserts. Starbucks at Utica is a great place to hang out with friends or simply sip and munch while you review your shopping.