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“Retro Route 66 diner with daily specials, an extensive menu and morning-to-night operating hours. Good food!”
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Meal Takeaway
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“Dilly Diner is !st among "The 15 Best Places for Brunch Cocktails in Tulsa. The breakfast tacos are great.”
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Bäckerei
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“Great coffee, homemade pastries and beer. Locally owned. About 4 blocks from the cottage. ”
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Bar
“Great food, great drinks. Brunch and afternoon tea available on some days. Ask for Jenny!”
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Nachbarschaft
“The Brady Arts District is a diverse, culturally robust district in Downtown Tulsa. Grown from an historic oil-rich past with icons including the Brady Theater and Cain's Ballroom, the District has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. With a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses, and historic music venues we welcome you to Arrive Early and Stay Late in the Brady Arts District! The Brady Arts District is one of the oldest sections of Tulsa. It is rich with cultural icons such as the Cain’s Ballroom and the Ole Lady on Brady – The Brady Theater. The buildings in the area that are still standing are primarily red brick and have been utilized as warehouses. The Brady Arts District name is derived from Brady Street which runs East and West through the heart of the District. The “Arts” was adopted by the District businesses in 2009 to reflect the concentration of visual and performance arts which manifest daily in the District. Over the past 20 years, the area has morphed into an eclectic collection of bars, restaurants, residences, retail, additional businesses, museums and arts establishments. There has been some revitalization with a few buildings renovated into new office space while still remaining true to their historic past. A new baseball park—ONEOK Field is located in the Greenwood District on the East edge of the District. The Brady Arts District area encompasses the Brady Village Tax Increment District Number One as approved on December 9, 1993 by the City of Tulsa. The District is bounded by Denver on the west, Interstate 244 on the north, Elgin on the east and the railroad tracks on the South. In 2010, two areas within the Brady Arts District were designated in the National Registry of Historic Places. These included the Brady Historic District and the North Cheyenne Historic District. Other areas of historic significance include the North Brady District and South Brady District as named by the Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office. The larger Tax District includes these historic districts, more of the recent development of the area and a portion of the Greenwood District between Martin Luther King, Jr. and Elgin. The revitalization of the Brady Arts District is a portion of the development Downtown Tulsa has seen in the last several years. The Blue Dome District, which has steadily developed as a new area for nightlife with bars and dance clubs is on the south edge of the Brady Arts and Greenwood Districts. Williams Plaza and Tulsa City Hall are directly south of the District along with the Performing Arts Center and the Jazz Hall of Fame/Union Depot building. Farther to the south, the Deco District, named for its iconic collection of Art Deco buildings, has also been a contributing area to the Downtown Tulsa development. The BOK Center is a few blocks southwest of the Brady Arts District on Denver and is home to the WNBA team - Tulsa SHOCK - and Tulsa OILERS of the Central Hockey League.”
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Bar
“One of the best Patios especially in Brookside and great food and beer to boot! This place caters to those of us who love craft beer to go with our craft food!”
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Arthouse-Kino
“One of the most significant recovery neighborhoods in Tulsa is the Kendall-Whittier Neighborhood business district. Artists and restaurants have joined coffee houses and a public library, to make the corner of Admiral and Lewis a terrific place to wander. If the film at one of Circle Cinema's theaters hasn't begun, a churro and coffee at the Mexican Bakery or a browse through the fascinating Zeigler Art and Frame, are some of the best ways to use moments or hours. ”
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Theater
“Amazing Broadway Productions and also the Tulsa Ballet performs there as well. ”
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Bar
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“A variety of Asian eats, including noodles & sushi, in a modern space with exposed-brick walls.”
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Bar
“Enjoy the classics on Cherry Street - locally owned. Great outdoor seating. ”
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Natural Feature
“Lots of hiking and biking trails ranging from easy to difficult. A great place to get out into nature without leaving the city. Free. ”
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Point of Interest
“The Brady is an historic old venue for a variety of shows, from music to dance and everything in between. Rumored to be haunted, everyone has a story about the Brady!”
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Nachbarschaft
“LUE DOME DISTRICT IS 1 OF TULSA MOST POPULAR ENTERNIMENT DISTRICTS LOCATED AT 2ND AN ELGIN DOWNTOWN ”
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Restaurant
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“Iconic Tulsa restaurant. Great home cooked food, great Bloody Mary's. Best known for breakfast!”
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Musik-Location
“Gathering Place is a world class riverfront park designed to welcome all to a vibrant and inclusive space that engages, educates and excites!”
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Bar
“Too much fun happens here at Soundpony, you may come in and a random band is performing or a DJ. They also have great throwback video games as well as a ton of beers for such a small place. Can't forget the great patio out back. Caters more towards an alternative crowd which I love.”
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