Yes, Tulsa. While not a culinary lodestar on the level of New Orleans or Santa Fe, T-Town is a Roadfood bonanza. Breakfast on elegant pain perdu or house-made granola at Queenie’s, then let out your belt and tackle a stupendous Big Okie burger at Hank’s and/or a Frito Pie at Ike’s Chili House. For barbecue, Wilson’s is hard to beat (“You Need No Teeth to Eat Our Beef”); and if you’ve had your fill of red meat, rejoice in the fact that Tulsa just happens to boast one of the best seafood eateries in the Southwest: the White River Fish Market (whole fried flounder with hushpuppies, please).
A fish market and semi-cafeteria restaurant, White River is a Roadfood gem in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Have it your way: fried, broiled, grilled or raw (oysters).