Where to see and be seen on Valentine's Day
Stumped about what to do and see this Valentine’s Day? These five locations are perfect for sharing with your significant other or enjoying an evening with friends. From elegant restaurants that heat up the romance to havens for singles, get out this V-Day and see what Tulsa has to offer.
The Brasserie Looking to set the mood? Make a little romance? Bask in casual elegance and candlelight while savoring French food and wine at The Brasserie. Although the restaurant serves French cuisine, you don’t have to be a connoisseur to enjoy it; nor do you need to know French.
3509 S. Peoria Ave., 779-7070, www.thebrasserietulsa.com
Joe Momma’s Pizza It’s fresh, it’s hot, it’s Joe Momma’s Pizza. Take the pressure off playing Cupid by spending some time at this new addition to downtown. The locally owned brick-oven pizza joint has more than pies, desserts and sandwiches; patrons can catch local bands on the new stage, too.
See an event schedule at www.joemommas.com. 114 S. Elgin Ave., 794-6563
In the Raw It’s a taste adventure, much like love. In the Raw on Brookside has that special Brookside vibe, and the south location features a great view of Tulsa. Raw beauty, atmosphere and cuisine make for a perfect place to spend time with friends or meet new people.
6151 S. Sheridan Road, 524-0063; 3321 S. Peoria Ave., 744-1300; www.intherawsushi.com
Jewel Located in Brookside, this chic dance club is for those who want to get their groove on in their dressy clothes. Dress the part for this nightlife treat and maybe some love will come your way.
3340 S. Peoria Ave., 743-0600
Jazz Depot The venue is the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame and dancing is the game. The Jazz Depot hosts live Latin jazz, R&B, blues, pop bands and more. The dance floor is ready and the tables are waiting for lovers.
111 E. First St., 281-8600, www.okjazz.org