It was a shame, I have been three times and I like the space so I keep trying to give it a chance. The first visit was just ok. The service was bad and the food not so good. I went a second time for...More
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This is one of my favorite indy restaurants in Tulsa. It's a mid-century bank that's been converted to a cool restaurant. It's great for lunch. Have the grilled cheese and tomato soup. At night it converts to a hip evening hangout with delish entrees and...More
The place is in an old bank, which is cool, and the atmosphere on the upper level patio is nice and relaxing for a glass of wine. The food was less than stellar. We tried a few items. The only good one was the salmon....More
Discovered the hidden gem while staying at the nearby downtown Courtyard. We stopped in before the Billy Joel concert and fell in love with it. The Vault has a great old Mad Men kind of feel to it. It's a must stop when in Tulsa.
First off, the so called chef has no idea how to prepare vegetables. They offer an acorn squash-based dinner, but the squash was quite undercooked. There was not enough mashed cauliflower to really taste and the accompanying root vegetables had so much pepper and were...More
I read about the restaurant in a local publication and took my wife there for dinner. Since it is in an old bank and I enjoy architecture and repurposing buildings, we walked around to look at all sides, just about broke my foot on cracked...More
We really wanted to adore this cute restaurant but not quite. Everything was tasty except the scalloped potatoes. They were crunchy, almost raw and the waiter didn't care. Too bad. Everything else was five star. Loved our steaks, my spinach-apple salad, the vegetables, the Manhattan....More
Interesting drinks and the buffalo cauliflower and polenta dish with goat cheese were so good I will go back again soon.
I was really excited to try this spot, but was disappointed in the food. We first ordered the avocado/crab salad. It tasted Ok, but the lettuce it was garnished with was a bit brown and wilted. Next, I tried the chicken and waffles. Again, it...More