14 Nov 10 Best Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving 2022 In Tulsa
10 Best Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving 2022 In Tulsa
Happy Thanksgiving! Looking for a delicious Thanksgiving meal but don’t want to cook? Look no further! No matter what your reason is for going out on Thanksgiving, whether it’s with the extended family after a fun evening of looking at Christmas lights, or just not wanting to have to cook all day long, we’ve got you covered. So, what are the best restaurants open on Thanksgiving 2022 in Tulsa?
These are our top 10 best restaurants in the Tulsa area that are open on Thanksgiving 2022.
- Tally’s Good Food Cafe
- Cracker Barrel
- Fleming’s Prime Steak House
- Metro Diner
- Silver Skillet Family Diner
- Jane’s Delicatessen
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
- Golden Corral
- Saltgrass Steakhouse
From traditional favorites to unique twists, these restaurants will have something for everyone. So whether you’re looking for a place to celebrate with family and friends or just want a quiet dinner by yourself, we’ve got you covered. So, now that you have an idea of the 10 best restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Tulsa, keep reading as we will examine each of them in greater detail. Happy Thanksgiving!
Tally’s Cafe location on the corner of 11th and Yale is a staple for Thanksgiving. As Tally’s has held a tradition of being open on Thanksgiving for over 30 years. And the best part of this tradition, it’s a free traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Tally’s opens starting at 11 AM on Thanksgiving with a first come first serve opportunity for their free Thanksgiving dinner.
Cracker Barrel is always open on Thanksgiving day with regular business hours. If you’re dining in-store they offer a special breakfast, Grandma’s Holiday Sampler which comes with country-fried turkey and buttermilk pancakes. If you’re in the mood for the more traditional Thanksgiving dinner they have that as well. You can choose from their Homestyle Turkey n’ Dressing or Country Fried Turkey plates. And if you’re just looking for a home-cooked meal without the work, you can also take a feast home for the family, they offer a Thanksgiving Heat n’ Serve option. The Feast option serves 8 to 10 people, and the Family Dinner option serves 4 to 6. And don’t forget a pie while you’re there.
Fleming’s Prime Steak House will be open on Thanksgiving for a traditional dinner and offering a slight tweak on the traditional option as well. Their hours start at 11 AM at the cost starts at $53 per guest. They feature a 3-course meal with your choice of herb-roasted turkey, filet mignon, or prime bone-in ribeye. It also comes with your choice of a salad or lobster bisque, and sharable sides for your table of mashed potatoes, cinnamon orange cranberry sauce, and green beans with apricots and onions. For dessert, you also have your choice of New York cheesecake and carrot cake. The children’s menu is much the same with the exception of the lobster bisque being changed out for cheese and crackers, and the ribeye being changed for mac and cheese.
If you’re also looking to take home a meal for the family you can pre-order their herb-roasted turkey breast with gravy which can be picked up between November 21st and 23rd.
Metro Diner offers a traditional Thanksgiving dinner featuring your choice of roasted turkey or maple-glazed ham for your entre and traditional sides. They also have some other festive seasonal dishes as well. You could try the sausage and gravy chicken tender waffle, or the pumpkin waffle or pancake. Metro Diner will close at 2:30 PM on Thanksgiving Day.
5. Silver Skillet Family Diner
Silver Skillet will be open for Thanksgiving from 8 AM to 8 PM. They’re located at the corner of 61st and Memorial. They’ll be serving up a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner, with two sides, a roll, and a delicious slice of pumpkin pie to top it all off.
Jane’s Delicatessen is located on 11th street just east of Peoria. They’ll be open Thanksgiving day offering your choice of turkey or ham with all the sides and it comes with a slice of pumpkin pie to finish it off. Jane’s does recommend reservations for their Thanksgiving feast. In addition to dining in, you can also bring home a feast for the family. You can pick from two kinds of turkey for your entre. It’s also served with mashed potatoes and gravy, mushroom stuffing, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and rolls. And of course, we can’t forget a pie, your options include pumpkin, pecan, and apple.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House is open for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, you have your choice of take-out options or dining in. If you’re dining in you have your pick of what you eat. The meal comes with oven-roasted turkey, stuffing, turkey gravy, and cranberry relish. Customization starts when you choose a starter of either a Caesar salad, steak house salad, or lobster bisque. You can pick a side with your options of garlic mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, sweet potato casserole, or green beans with garlic. Dessert is a slice of pumpkin cheesecake with vanilla ice cream. And to top it off, you get sent home with a lagniappe, a New Orleans tradition and a way of saying thank you. It’s important to note as well that Ruth’s Chris Steak House takes reservations for Thanksgiving. The dine-in Thanksgiving feast is $44 for adults and $17 for children.
If you decide to take your Thanksgiving dinner home you can get a full meal for $175 to serve a family of 4. This comes with oven-roasted turkey breast, sausage and herb stuffing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, pumpkin cheesecake, and your choice of salad and side. This meal can be picked up Wednesday between 12 PM and 4 PM. The meal is served cold with instructions for reheating.
You can also purchase individual sides to go with your feast or to top off what you’re making at home. Your sides start at $28, a medium serves 4 to 6, and a large side serves 12. The options for sides are creamed spinach, sweet potato casserole, au gratin potatoes, Caesar salad, steak house salad, green beans with garlic, and sausage and herb stuffing. You can pick up your sides from November 14th – 22nd between 4 PM and 6 PM, on November 23rd between 12 PM and 4 PM, and November 25th to December 23rd between 4 PM and 6 PM. You have your choice here to pick up a hot and ready side or one served cold for reheating for the festive day.
8. Golden Corral
Golden Corral is open on Thanksgiving with a variety of options for your dining needs. If you’d like to bring your feast home for the family you have choices. For an average of $80 (depending on location), you can feed 6 to 8 people. Your options are ham, turkey, or fried chicken. Each meal comes with mashed potatoes and gravy, a choice of a homestyle side, a pumpkin or pecan pie, and rolls. If you’d like to dine in with Golden Corral you have your choice of foods, you have the traditional Golden Corral fare along with a variety of traditional Thanksgiving dinner food options as well.
Select IHOP locations will be open on Thanksgiving, but you’ll want to call ahead because hours can vary based on location. If you’re wanting to get a good meal in before a busy day of cooking, IHOP is a great stop for your Thanksgiving breakfast dining and pancake options.
Saltgrass Steakhouse is open on Thanksgiving day while supplies last. Their dine-in traditional Thanksgiving day dinner option includes roasted turkey breast. Your sides include dressing, gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and your choice of salad or soup. Their Thanksgiving day dinner turkey plate is only available at participating locations, so you’ll want to call in advance to check their hours and availability on Thanksgiving.
There are plenty of reasons to dine out on Thanksgiving, from wanting a good hearty breakfast before a day of cooking, having a small family that you just don’t want to cook a giant feast for, maybe you don’t want to cook at all, or maybe you’ve found yourself out of town on Thanksgiving but still want a traditional home cooked meal. There are a variety of options and price points for your Thanksgiving dinner experience in Tulsa for 2022.
Whether you’re looking for a unique dining experience like steak, breakfast, a traditional meal, or a feast to bring home for the family without a day of cooking, you’ve got your choice of top restaurants that will be open. The most important part to consider for your Thanksgiving day plans is making them in advance. If you’re wanting a take-home feast many restaurants have a deadline for ordering your feast, allowing them enough time to prepare everyone’s feast in advance and make sure they have enough for everyone. And if you’re wanting to dine out some places take reservations so they can ensure they have enough for everyone, and other places are first come first serve until supplies last. With proper preparation, you’re Thanksgiving 2022 feast in Tulsa is sure to be tasty.