Tulsa offers plenty of walkable districts worth the exploration, from historic staples to newer innovations. Plan a day trip or a full weekend spent visiting local arts, entertainment, dining and nightlife options with the help of this guide to Tulsa’s most unique districts.Learn More
Lassalle's New Orleans Deli
When Cajun and Creole food cravings strike, Lassalle's New Orleans Deli has you covered. Make the trek to this Tulsa restaurant to fill up on Louisiana favorites. Set lunch plans here, and chat with your friends between bites of a classic New Orleans Muffuletta, containing smoked ham, Genoa salami, provolone cheese and olive salad sandwiched between slices of toasted muffuletta bread. This Cajun-style deli also offers a variety of po' boy sandwiches, from the seafood po' boy brimming with fried shrimp and catfish to the ham and cheese po' boy topped with smoked ham and your choice of cheese. Don't forget to pair your sandwich with a bag of Cajun Dill Gator-Tators or Voodoo Heat Zapp's potato chips.
No Creole meal would be complete without a bowl of spicy jambalaya, chock full of smoked sausage, shredded chicken and rice, or the gumbo soup simmered in a dark roux. After chowing down on a side of red beans and rice, take a bag of pralines to go. Choose from a vast assortment of flavors, including bananas foster, apple pie a la mode, root beer, peaches and cream, Irish coffee, pumpkin spice and orange cranberry.