Find the best places to eat in Broken Arrow.
Broken Arrow residents enjoy a diverse food scene ranging from eclectic restaurants in the Rose District to barbecue joints and cafes.
Dining on South Main Street
Consider the options on South Main Street, which include the aptly-named Main Street Tavern (established 2011), a self-described “upscale gastropub” that offers 28 beers on tap, an extensive selection of wines, spirits, and craft beers, and high-quality burgers, salads, and sandwiches. Diners in the mood for Mexican food may gravitate to nearby Fiesta Mambo, which serves authentic Mexican dishes alongside homemade, hand-fried chips and salsa.
Joe Knows Barbecue
Meanwhile, anyone and everyone who enjoys barbecue will want to sample the delectable smoked brisket or the pulled pork and chicken at Oklahoma Joe’s, founded by world champion barbecue pitmaster Joe Davidson, who has won countless barbecue cooking competitions.
Full Moon Cafe
One of the newer establishments in Broken Arrow is the family-oriented Full Moon Café, which opened in April 2013 and features American cuisine that is, burgers, salads, and pastas, along with a dash of TexMex.
“Our house specialty and No.1-selling item, by far, is our tortilla soup, a chicken-and-cream-based tortilla soup,” says owner Tony Henry, who also highlights the chicken margarita salad, the establishment’s second-most popular menu item.
Like the other restaurateurs in town, Henry is optimistic about the future of the dining scene in Broken Arrow.
“It’s growing and we are happy to be part of the landscape,” he says.
Café Savannah’s, a full-service restaurant located inside the main clubhouse at Forest Ridge Golf Club, offers patrons a diverse array of menu options including steaks, fish, burgers, salads, and sandwiches, as well as a view of the well-manicured fairways of the golf course.
Kick back and relax at Stonewood Coffee & Tea Co., a coffee house and café that features soups and sandwiches, as well as espresso drinks and seasonal menu items such as spiced apple cider.