Food for Thought – Tulsa, Oklahoma
We fell in love with Belly Busters after ordering the “Deimos Burger!” This burger consists of buttered Texas toast, 1 juicy beef patty with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, pickles and grilled onions. All Belly Busters burgers are served with thick slices of Texas Toast and come straight of the grill to your table. We can’t wait to try several other crazy named burgers and dogs, “puppies”, from their menu. Look for a full review coming soon on the Front Page of TulsaFood.com.
We got a hold of their menu so you can download the Belly Busters menu here.
True to its name, Belly Busters is a new burger and dog joint in Tulsa that will to fill up your belly with huge, mouth-watering grub piled high. You can also find menu items like deep fried Twinkies and Oreo cookies. Not your ordinary burger joint, Belly Busters sports a decor of movie memorabilia with a pop culture feel from the purple and green paint job. It’s one of those places that has a cozy, cool and open feel from the window-filled dinning room.
We can see Belly Busters easily becoming a top burger destination in Tulsa. We feel lucky to have stumbled upon this place just as they opened. We are now recommending it to Tulsa’s burger, Dog and deep fried food lovers to give it a shot.
4361 S 32nd West Ave
Tulsa, OK 74107
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Every once and a while and mainly while on road trips, I get to stop at a full service Dairy Queen store. To me, that means ice cream and burgers… the full menu. Its surprising that we only have one Dairy Queen location here in Tulsa and its a corporate looking Dairy Queen/Orange Julius shop in the Woodland Hills Mall. Not the same!
Here is what Tulsa is missing out on. If you hit the right location you will find delicious burgers and other menu items that I classify as addictive comfort food! Take for instance this chicken and gravy basket. Peppered gravy that is thick, but not too thick, Texas toast and deep fried chicken strips. You are looking at one of Oklahoma’s favorite meals.
Even better, the burger that is built for a road warrier. This burger is a top contender among fast food burgers. Hot, fresh cooked beef that’s filled with flavor. The bacon, thick and also flavorful with cheese that you can actually taste the dairy in. Bottom line is that It was a good burger, it hit the spot, and it helped me for the long drive ahead.
So where are all the Dairy Queens in Tulsa? Is Tulsa too big for a location? Do we have to many burger joints? Or maybe Tulsa’s Dairy Queen is named Queen Braum. Whatever it is as long as I know where to get one of those burgers I’ll be ok.
1219 Main St
Woodward, OK 73801
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Sometimes the only thing that will cure a bad day is a good old fashion hamburger from a classic burger joint.
Pictured below a Claud’s Double Cheeseburger (two patties) onions grilled in with everything on it.
This burger pic was taken this afternoon…. yum!
3834 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK 74105-3129
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Shame on me, It was over two weeks since my last hamburger! But I took care that with 2 medium rare patties, melted cheddar and some grilled onions on a ciabatta bun. Not only does it sound like a good combination, it was perfected at BrewBurger and every bite melted in my mouth. I have been set free of this grief from a 2 week long separation, I can live again.
6577 E 71st Street
Tulsa, OK 74133
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Tulsa Food Guy got me thinking. One of my favorite burger joints from California, In-N-Out Burger, is making its way to Dallas, Texas. Why no Tulsa, Oklahoma? Here is the article from the Dallas Morning News. There are plans for a distribution center and 8 of the burger restaurants. Tulsa is on about 4 hours away. Come to Tulsa In-n-out Burger!
Comment below if you agree!
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Join us Fat Guy’s Burger Bar -Thursday, Jan. 20th – 7:00 PM – As the Marshall Brewing Competition Eating Team tackles the Fat Guy’s Burger Challenge. Atlas IPA 20 oz draws are only $5 all month. Don’t miss this epic show down between the beer guys and the Tulsa’s largest hamburger. Cheers!
2 pound patty with 1 pound of bacon, 1/2 pound of sliced hot dogs and 8 pieces of American cheese atop a 1 pound bun with 1/4 head of lettuce, half an onion and a whole tomato. Also 1 pound of french fries. Must be all gone in one hour!
Thursday, January 20 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location Fat Guy’s Burger Bar
140 N. Greenwood
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The Brady Tavern Hamburger has been a much anticipated and talked about burger among some of Tulsa’s foodie community. Now that it is here and has been enjoyed by so many lets talk about its. My comment will be in the comment section. Also, keep in mind that Brady Tavern has been open for a few weeks… they are still perfecting things. We are simply burger lovers discussing what we LOVE!
This is how the burger is described on the Menu
The Inside: Ground Short Rib, Chuck, and Brisket topped with Stilton & Mushroom Cognac Cream.
The outSide: House baked Challah Bun
Next to It: House-Cut Shoestring Fries with Fried Garlic & Rosemary
If you have not had a chance to visit The Brady Tavern read Brian Schwartz review titled “New Brady Tavern Downtown Tulsa is Fit for an East Coast Transplant”
Below is a quote from a comment by David James about the Burger.
Now, lets analyze the signature hamburger. The picture of the hamburger presented by Mr. Schwartz in his review does induce an elevated degree of anticipation. Reading the description of this jewel in the center of the menu almost makes it a mandatory order to gauge the restaurant. I suggest that they move this entry to a less prominent place on the menu. The bun was round, smooth and beautifully proportioned. It is a flavorful bread, baked in house and is a great background for the patty. There, something got lost. Touted as a combination of three meats, the flavor became muted somewhere in its creation. Cooked to the doneness ordered, medium rare, the meat was not dry but not juicy, due I am sure to a shortage of fat. Generous quantities of blue cheese was in the cognac laced spread on the hamburger. The cognac, being intended to mollify the intensity of the cheese, failed in its assignment. Don’t get me wrong, it was not distasteful it was simply unexceptional. It did not measure up to the tout.
An Inside look (As Ordered Medium Rare)
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I haven’t been to Pyongyang, North Korea and I don’t think I ever will. It’s a long way from Tulsa .Still, it’s always good to plan ahead in case some of you happen to be in the neighborhood. So I’ve managed to compile a list of top restaurants for anyone making the journey.
Huge, and apparently as elegant as it gets in North Korea. A big new wing opened last year. Though they are famous for simple cold noodles, there are dishes that feature, among other things, quail, terrapin and sturgeon.
Also in its own riverside pavilion, this is Okryu’s only rival for elegance. It was restored in 2008 and features various Korean dishes.
The best burger in North Korea is served at Pyongyang’s only fast food joint, Samtaesong. Don’t call them burgers though, that’s considered Imperialist. Ask for “minced meat with bread”.
About the only place for pies and coffee, and they also serve a burger.
Pyongyang Sweet Meat Restaurant
If you don’t like dog meat, go somewhere else because that’s all that’s on the menu. You can get an 8 course banquet starting with soup and going on to dog meat prepared with various sauces.
Pyongyang No. 1 Duck Barbecue Restaurant
You cook your own duck meat on little tableside grills. One traveler said it was the best meal she’d had in North Korea.
Not the most imaginative name, but this restaurant, opened last year, has the best pizza and Italian pasta in Pyongyang.
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We are lucky to have a restaurant such as D’Novo in Tulsa. Their concept is very unique and I have heard a lot of raving reviews from people that have taken the D’Novo challenge. Meaning they had great results in dieting by using D’Novo’s meal delivery services.
A few menu items that I have enjoyed so far includ the Asian Soba Noodle with Grilled Chicken (9.95) and the Open Faced Grilled Bison Burger with Vine Ripe Tomatoes, Caramelized Red Onion and Mushrooms on Whole Wheat Foccacia (10.95) The burger sounds a lot better then the description, however, you have to understand that this is not a traditional hamburger. D’Novo offers lean alternatives that are still tasty.
Check them out for yourself. D’Novo is one of those restaurants that has such a interesting menu that, like me, you might want to try just about every item.
D’Novo Lean Gourmet
6120 South Yale Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74136-4234
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Brewburger is now offering Holiday Gift Cards? Get a family member or friend a gift from one of Tulsa’s best Burger joints!
I personally love their double blue with bacon! Below…. yum!
Visit BrewBurger At:
6577 E 71st Street
Tulsa, OK 74133
I love Hamburgers! http://tulsafood.com/tulsa-hamburgers/still-in-love-with-hamburgersBrian
Thinking about – http://www.joesburgersearch.com