We’re back with our Tulsa Food Tour: BBQ Edition Part 2! During our long food tour hiatus we’ve had the opportunity to find out about a lot of barbecue spots in Tulsa and the surrounding areas. We just knew that a Part 2 was necessary. The cool thing about all of the restaurants we list in this post is they are all black-owned Tulsa restaurants.
Big Daddy’s BBQ
2303 West 41st Street Tulsa, OK 74107
Big Daddy’s BBQ was our first stop on the food tour. This location is primarily a To-Go spot. There is a small picnic area setup outside the restaurant but it’s first come first serve. They have a website that allows for convenient online orders.
We tried a platter that had a variety of meats. The meat was tender and had a mild smoky flavor. The sides were good, but not amazing. The price is very affordable for a couple.
Oklahoma Style Barbecue
2225 N Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74115
This barbecue restaurant is a Tulsa staple on the food scene. The restaurant has indoor seating and a drive-thru available. We ordered a platter that included ribs, smoked chicken, and more. We also made sure to grab one of their yummy looking desserts. The lemon cake and chocolate cake were very delicious and moist. However, be warned. The chocolate cake is very rich.
Leon’s Smoke Shack BBQ
601 South Sheridan Road Tulsa, OK 74112
Leon’s Smoke Shack offers sit down eating (due to COVID-19 they are only offering To-Go orders). Leon’s is family owned. They have great customer service. The food was delicious, especially the bbq baked potato. The full potato is customize able and enough for two people. The smoked bologna was the best we had the entire tour. The kool-aid cakes are moist and flavorful.
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We love introducing the world to the food scene here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Of course the best food in Tulsa is always on our minds. We hope you enjoyed this post and of course watch both barbecue food tours!