I came here upon a recommendation from a local because I wanted a nice juicy burger. This was perfect: medium rare the way I ordered it, buttery toasted bun, crisp on the outside sweet potato fries.
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Four of us recently visited Kilkenny’s for Saturday brunch. We started out with mimosas and Bloody Marys and then started looking at the menu trying to narrow down our choices. Three of us decided on an omelet and one of us chose Eggs Benedict. I...More
The food here is consistently delicious! The service is top notch! Our server was fantastic, the MOD (James) was greeting folks at the door, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. We got one of the many boxty to split. The Reuben rolls are so good!...More
Made first visit after tons of trips to Tulsa. Have to say it was probAbly one of the top 5 burgers I️ have eaten in my life. The Gut Grinder was awesome Then let’s talk about whiskey. All I️ can say is amazing One of...More
Fun, Decorated library and pub style. Dark and soothing. Met friend from Seattle and she was most impressed. We would come again when she is in town. I will come back with husband and friends from Tulsa.
This is a fun pub with a good selection of beers and good pub food. We enjoy watching a game in the bar while having lunch and a beer. The service is good and the bartenders know their beer. We have had table service with...More
We love going here after Church for brunch, but you can order off the lunch or dinner menu. The interior design is really cool with all types of Irish themed decorations. I usually order a Boxty or Omelet, but yesterday ordered the breakfast burrito that...More
Enjoyable Pub atmosphere. Menu is creative and theme oriented. Food is well prepared and enjoyable. Extensive beer and wine list. The staff is prompt, pleasant and helpful. Pricing is moderate. Great for people watching. Located in Midtown; access is easy from almost all parts of...More
This is a must place to dine and drinh and chat in Tulsa. We had tastings of Irish whiskey and steak to shepher's pie. The atmosphere is as close to the old isle as one could have in Oklahoma. Parking out back and in the...More