Journey down the deli counter at Jane's Delicatessen - a Tulsa eatery, bar and market located on historic Route 66 that serves a mix of Jewish, Italian, German and French-Canadian inspired dishes. You'll find comfort food prepared from scratch at this Mother Road hot spot that honors the culinary traditions of classic delicatessens.
Jane’s Delicatessen offers a variety of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a setting that combines Oklahoma history with a contemporary look for a comfortable, dine-in experience. The bar features a mix of cocktails prepared with house-made syrups and fresh juices. Local beers are featured, along with a selection of fine spirits, wines and ports that compliment Jane's offerings - like the sardine board paired with a cold Cabin Boys Brewery beer.
From sweet or savory blintzes and Babka French Toast to poached eggs with pastrami or corned beef latkes, Jane's has plenty to satisfy your brunch cravings. If sandwiches are your jam, then Jane's hearty, heavy on-the-meat choices - like the smoked turkey, brined and smoked in-house and served with baby radicchio, onion, provolone, tomatoes and pesto on made-from-scratch wheat bread - are a must-try. The Reuben, Dagwood and American Dunk also feature impressive stacks of mouthwatering meat.
Lunch and dinner entrees like the Pork and Perogies - pork chop served with balsamic roasted tomatoes and onions and topped with goat cheese - are another unforgettable combination. Braised lamb shank served with stewed vegetables and German potato salad makes a solid dinner and Jane's poutine is a local favorite with Oklahoma-made cheese curds and fries smothered in brown gravy.
From using locally-produced milk to curing all meats in-house and baking fresh breads, bagels, and more daily, a taste of Jane's will leave you ready for more of their tantalizingly delicious fares.