Romantic Restaurants: 5 Favorites

By on February 13, 2009

Valentines Day is tomorrow and so we felt it only appropriate to post our  5 Favorite Romantic Restaurants in Tulsa.

five-romantic-restaurants

1

Mahogany Prime Steakhouse: This is a restaurant where steak is the star – where great steak is the rule, not the exception. Mahogany’s steaks are the finest custom-aged U.S. Prime Midwestern Beef known for its excellence in marbling, texture and flavor. We broil it exactly the way you like it at 900 degrees to lock in the corn-fed flavor. We serve it sizzling on a heated plate so that it stays hot throughout your meal. Selections from the ocean include Australian Rock lobster and the freshest fish daily based on availability. Service will be outstanding, but provided in a casual, less intimidating fine-dining atmosphere.

Mahogany Prime Steakhouse
6823 S. Yale
494-4043
http://mahogany.ehsrg.com/
Open daily from 5 PM to 10 PM

Read a Review on Mahogany

2

The Boston Deli: Boston Deli Grill & Market is a multi award winning deli by day with upscale bold Contemporary Midwest Comfort Cuisine by night.  Featuring phenomenal wines and service to match. The Boston Deli Grill & Market specializes in off-site catered events. The restaurant has been known for it’s award winning food in Tulsa, Oklahoma for over 20 years.

6231 E 61st St, Tulsa, OK 74136
(918) 492-4745
http://www.thebostondeli.com/

 

3

Flemings: Indulge yourself with the finest USDA Prime steak ’ aged to perfection, hand-cut daily by our Chef Partners and cooked to your specifications ’ as well as fresh seafood, innovative side dishes and decadent desserts. $$$ http://www.flemingssteakhouse.com

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

1976 Utica Sq, Tulsa
(918) 712-7500

4

SMOKE. on Cherry St: Focusing on local farmers market ingredients and under the supervision of Executive Chef, Erik Reynolds, SMOKE offers nothing but the finest quality of food, unique daily specials, and a constantly updated menu. SMOKE also hosts a full service bar, great selection of draft beers, and an impressive wine selection. Nested inside the restaurant and bar is the unique Smoke lounge featuring humidor, wood paneled walls, flat screens, and fine leather furnishings for your comfort. Local art lines the walls highlighting the beauty of our city. With an amazing selection of food, drinks, and quality service all in SMOKE’s unique venue, we are confident that your dining experience with us will be a memorable one.

See a Review on Smoke

SMOKE. on Cherry St
1542 E 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74120
(918) 949-4440

5

PRHYME: Located in downtown Tulsa’s Brady District, PRHYME Downtown Steakhouse introduces an upscale, modern interpretation of an American steakhouse.  PRHYME features classic cuts of beef, such as the Rib-Eye, NY Strip and Filet Mignon.  Unlike other steakhouses, PRHYME offers beef that is raised and finished in several ways, like grass fed and grain fed prime beef, in order to give its guests a chance to sample how the feed and environment play a role in producing the best beef America has to offer.

Review on PRHYME

111 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103
(918) 794-7700

Bonus:

The Melting Pot: At The Melting Pot, fondue truly becomes a memorable four-course dining experience where patrons can dip into something different – and discover all the ingredients for a unique dining experience including a relaxed atmosphere, private tables, attentive service, fine wines and signature fondue dinners. $$$http://www.meltingpot.com

The Melting Pot

300 Riverwalk Ter, Jenks, OK 74037
(918) 299-8000

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TulsaFood.com was founded 6 years ago by Brian McCullough because he had a love of food. What started as a blog where normal everyday people dined out and posted about their experiences has grown into a legitimate food publication with professional chefs and writers, each with a unique culinary and educational background to pull from.

0 Comments

  1. Miguel

    February 14, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    Nice list but what about Mary’s on Cherry street? :)

  2. Jessica

    September 16, 2009 at 9:08 pm

    Nibbles on South Memorial, too!

  3. Gastronaut

    October 13, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    I find the list a little unsubstantial. The brassrie and the garlic rose are nice places, but the melting pot is not a good place for a romantic night on the town. Fondue is a fad and needs to die or be kept at home for some food sex. Flemings i find alright nice location but made for a nice lunch and a small shopping spree. I need to kick the person in the shin for putting a corparate restaurant on this list. corparate doesnt care about you. from a professionals point of view the top five would be 1 sonamas wine bistro 2 Brassirie 3 Biga 4 garlic rose 5 palace cafe
    These restaurants have very good atmosphere very professional waitstaff and very good presentable food.

  4. Ben

    December 27, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    Went to Melting Pot recently and was severely disappointed. Had no idea that the main course consists of meat that you boil yourself.

    If I wanted boiled meat, I’d move to England.

    No, wait — I just don’t want boiled meat, no matter where I live! Hugely disappointing.

  5. Taylor

    February 8, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Dont forget about Hibiscus Caribbean Grill. Bring your love to the Caribbean!

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