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Palace Cafe in Tulsa's Cherry Street District is an ideal spot for a gourmet meal in a classy, yet casual setting. All of Palace Café’s food is made fresh daily from natural ingredients. Their gazpacho made with local tomatoes and cucumbers, spicy tomato broth and poached shrimp and shrimp shiitake pot stickers are just a couple of their fantastic appetizers.
Savor Palace Café’s tomato bisque or lacinato kale salad with preserved lemon, pine nuts and parmesan cheese for something light before your entree. With dishes ranging from a lobster tagliatelle with homemade pasta to a Short Rib Burger made from fresh ground tenderloin and stuffed with braised beef short rib and caramelized onions, it’s hard to choose a favorite.
On Sundays, Palace Cafe turns into a hot brunch spot in downtown Tulsa serving Benedict Florentine with home fries and the Palace Omelet filled with sweet peppers, ham, onions, bacon, sausage, zucchini, spinach, mushrooms and tomatoes. Complete your elegant dining experience with a strawberry cream citrus tart or a banana creme brulee boat with candied bananas.