Date night. Birthday celebration. An anniversary. Retirement. Or, just a Thursday evening. Any time is a great time for good food at a great restaurant with your favorite people. But the best time for fine dining takes place during Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017. And that time begins this Friday, September 8th.
What: Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017
When: September 8th to 17th
Where: 49 Tulsa Restaurants (see list below)
Reservations: Through Open Table’s website
Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017
For 10 days, Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017 offers the best fine dining at discount prices. Forty-seven restaurants provide brunch, lunch and dinner off special prix fixe menus. A two course brunch or lunch costs $12.95 per person. Meanwhile, three course dinners run either $35 per person or $35 per couple. Dinners include an appetizer, entree and dessert. Many restaurants offer drink specials with signature cocktails, too. None of these prices include tax, tip or beverage. So, please make sure you tip your wait staff.
Who’s Participating in Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017?
With 47 restaurants to choose from, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your taste buds. In the mood for pizza? Try Andolini’s. Interested in a little fondue? The Melting Pot at Riverwalk Terrace provides an amazing selection. Laffa on Main serves a delicious “Medi-Eastern” dinner for two. Then, there’s always Brookside, Michael V’s, the Dilly Diner or the Rusty Crane. And those are only a handful of restaurants to choose from. Visit Tulsa People’s website for a complete list of restaurants participating in Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017. Reservations are strongly encouraged. These 10 days fill up quickly. So, make your reservation today!
Why Eat Out During Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017?
For starters, it’s a great opportunity to try a restaurant you haven’t visited before. You can eat out without guilt because 10% of the total sales during Tulsa Restaurant Week 2017 benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Food for Kids program. And, as if that wasn’t enough, the George Kaiser Family Foundation pledges to match up $25,000 of money raised. Order a specialty cocktail for an extra $1 donation per drink.
No muss. No fuss. Just lots of good deeds all around. Who could ask for anything more?