Tulsa's Best Rooftop Date Spots 2018
Rooftops grace Tulsa's most notable eateries. These charming spaces bolster your appreciation for this city (and the one with whom you share the experience). In other words, rooftops are damn romantic. Each rooftop restaurant offers something unique: step atop the beautifully historic Mayo Hotel, the festive atmosphere of El Guapo's Cantina, the retro yet modern feel of The Vault, or the sporty and laid-back vibe of The Rooftop.
THE MAYO HOTEL
The historic Mayo Hotel boasts a beautiful penthouse rooftop lounge with one of the best 360 views of downtown Tulsa. Their famed mixologists serve signature cocktails along with boutique wines and local beers. This hotel is so beautiful, it hosts many weddings year-round.
Address: 115 W 5th St, Tulsa
EL GUAPO'S CANTINA
El Guapo's Cantina is a three-story Mexican restaurant located in Tulsa's Blue Dome District. It is Tulsa's only rooftop cantina. We love its festive atmosphere and traditional cuisine, including ceviche de camaron, mole poblano, and mahi mahi fish tacos. Be sure to check out their extensive mezcal and tequila list.
Address: 332 E 1st St, Tulsa
The Vault transports you back to the 1950's with its retro yet modern decor. There's a whole Mad Men vibe to it. Climb the spiral staircase to the Tom Tom Room located on the second floor, where you will find the partially covered rooftop patio, equipped with its own bar offering craft beer and crafty cocktails. The food menu is also excellent: healthy, tasty, and creative. I order the Special of the Day every time and have yet to be disappointed.
Address: 620 S Cincinnati Ave, Tulsa
Nestled in the middle of the Rose District, The Rooftop is Broken Arrow's only rooftop bar and restaurant. With seven large 144-inch, high definition projection screens set against the Oklahoma sky, it is more sports bar than fine dining. Craft a pizza and wine night by ordering the Top Shelf Margherita pizza and $5 glasses of house wine.
Address: 806 S. Main St., Broken Arrow