The Tavern on Brady
Step inside The Tavern on Brady in downtown Tulsa to experience a modern interpretation of a classic pub. The menu is seasonal and subject to change, but always uses the best available local ingredients. Pair the rich flavors of a meal with The Tavern on Brady's signature cocktails, or choose a wine or beer from the tavern's vast selection.
Start off with a snack like bacon popcorn, marinated olives or a Scotch egg, then move on to tomato bisque soup with croutons or a tavern greens salad with tomato, parmesan and aged balsamic vinegar. The roasted chicken salad with butternut squash, pecans and chevre, the farmers market quiche and the soup du jour are superb choices for a light meal. Lunch options featured at The Tavern on Brady include the tavern club on honey wheat bread and served with frites, the daily grilled cheese, served with tomato bisque, the French dip and fish and chips. Try one of the delicious sides, such as mac and cheese, root vegetable hash or brussels sprouts.
For dinner, the menu expands to showcase savory selections, like the roasted chicken with butternut squash, kale, chevre, sage, pecan and maple butter, or sous vide beef tenderloin served with whipped potato, wild mushrooms and red wine pan sauce. The Tavern on Brady also offers bangers and mash, sous vide trout amandine and grilled bone-in pork chop on the dinner menu. On Fridays and Saturdays, a special treat of beef wellington for two is offered at dinner. The flourless chocolate torte with raspberry sauce, candied pumpkin tart with vanilla bean whipped cream, or amaretto bread pudding will top off any meal very nicely.
The brunch menu at The Tavern on Brady features options such as farm eggs, made any style and served with hash browns, toast or biscuit and sausage or bacon. Try a classic with a twist, the Brady benedict with broiled tomato, sauteed mushrooms and hollandaise, or the steak hash, with two eggs any style and hollandaise. Hash browns, cheese grits, smoked bacon and house made sausage are available on the side, and no brunch would be complete without a mimosa, made with fresh orange juice.