All posts tagged "hamburger"

  • National Cheeseburger at Brewburger

    RIP BrewBurger 🙁 Here at…we’re just a collective group of Foodies that get together to talk casually about Tulsa food. We eat and write and embarrass ourselves as we snap pictures of our food in public....

    • Posted September 25, 2012
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  • Grub-a-dub at The Hunt Club Pub and Grub

    I love downtown, but I hardly ever get down there. Sometimes, its just too inconvenient. I recently heard from a bird that The Hunt Club has been opening for lunch past couple months. So, I decided to...

    • Posted April 5, 2012
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  • Get Away to Cardigans South

    Established almost a year ago, the new south location is nice little getaway from midtown and downtown areas. Sometimes those other places are too stuffed, packed, cramped, etc. They get you in and get you out. A...

    • Posted March 9, 2012
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  • The Classic Double Cheeseburger at Brownie’s Hamburger Stand

    A Tulsa dining institution since 1956, Brownie’s Hamburger Stand still has that 50’s feel. Coupled with raved about homemade root beer and homemade pies, Brownie’s provides a burger experience with a cult following. Joe Price of

    • Posted January 4, 2012
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  • Succulent and Juicy Burgers at Ron’s Hamburgers

    I used to walk four miles to go to Ron’s. Back then, Ron’s was located in what looked like, and probably at one time was, a little country shack out near Harvard. There was a long counter...

    • Posted September 28, 2011
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  • Main Street Tavern Brings Flavor to Downtown Broken Arrow

    Located on main street in downtown Broken Arrow, Main Street Tavern sits on a busy corner inviting patrons in for a relaxing break. The restaurant/bar is a new fixture to the area, but feels like it has...

    • Posted August 19, 2011
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  • The Brady Burger

    “A hamburger is the architecture of taste par excellence.”  That’s not me talking. That’s the chef of a fancy restaurant in Paris. Lately some of the world’s top chefs have been joining the quest for the perfect...

    • Posted July 30, 2011
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  • Times Have Changed, but Michael Fusco is Still on Top of His Game

    1988. President Reagan was sending aid to our allies, including a young man named Osama bin Laden, to fight the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. If you had a great time at the bar and wanted to share...

    • Posted July 27, 2011
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