Tulsa >Food & Dining > Crow Creek Tavern
3534 S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK | Directions 7410536.112272 -95.975965
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 11pm
I absolutely love this place-
The atmosphere, the Food is phenomenal,,
(It does take a little while to get your food so plan ahead)
but then again what meal would you want to rush the cooking?
So we know its not microwaved! its cooked to exceptional chef standards :)
and taste WOW so tasty.
the staff is great and the people are friendly,
in fact my parents have started hanging there because the food is great and the deck is quite entertaining to watch the streets and others pass by,
plus all the motorcycles are more then welcome and they don't snub you when you drive a kia ;)
I give them kudos for a delightful restaurant
Patrons had bad experience here. – I was at Crow Creek at the same time the patrons with the complaint and even though there was only one waitress/bartender waiting tables on the inside, I thought she did a remarkable job in waiting on people and getting their orders to them. Yes, this is a bar and grill, and people are allowed to smoke inside as well as outside. What do you expect? If the smoke bothered you, go to Luby's. As far as fleas being inside, I seriously doubt it, and no one at our table complained either. Yes, your children can come inside, usually during the day, and if accompanied by a parent or you could sit outside and dine as well. As far as being charged the amount of money for their meal, the price is on the menu, so no surprises and no other place in town gives away free drinks with a meal either as far as I know. Maybe the next time you decide on a place to eat, don't take the kids to a bar and grill, take them to McDonalds and see if you have great food and service, and waiting on by someone who might not be legally in the country. Crow Creek might not be the greatest place to eat in town, but I have been going there since 1999 and have only had one bad experience and that item was taken off menu. The people who work there, all the way down to the dishwasher are friendly people and if you allow yourself to get to know everyone who works there, instead of just coming in once a year after church, then you might soon enjoy coming in to eat, or drink or whatever. Next time, come in on Thursday when it is "Meatloaf special day" and you actually might enjoy the food. Hint: Keep the kids home.
Avoid at all costs – 50 minutes to get our sandwiches, was not busy.
Food quality a joke, even for bar food...not edible.
Charged $7.25 for each kids meal, which was no drink, some potato chips, and a grilled cheese not even toasted enough to melt the cheese.
Not sure how they get around the smoke-free restaurant law, but we were surrounded by smokers puffing away. Still not even sure our children were supposed to be in there, legally. Did not appear to be sanitary at all, wife thinks she got bit by fleas. I suspect the only way this place is even open is that it is supported by people that want a place they can smoke and eat at the same time, regardless of the food being so horrible. 35 years of eating out, this was easily the worst experience of all time. This is clearly not owned by the original proprietors any longer. It's a dirty dump/dive.
Bikers – Great Bar, tons of fun. The inside can get a little crowded when they have bands playing, and service can be just a little slow when packed, but expected. Great porch with fireplace in cooler weather. Sometimes you have to be carefull that you don't knock over all the "Midlife Crisis Mobiles" (Harleys) but they are good people and fun to hang out with. Bar is tons of fun with bands, but sometimes hard to find a table.
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