Judes Health & Java House Menu

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  • Kristen L.

    Great coffee. Fun staff. Yummy food. Cute interior. It's the perfect meet up/study place. Absolutely love it!!

    (5)
  • Jeremy R.

    The wraps and paninis are very fresh and a nice light meal. I do wish they stayed open past 6pm. On multiple occasions I've dropped in after work hoping to get something healthy for dinner and find that they're about to close. Definitely at lunch-geared establishment.

    (4)
  • Scott T.

    The Chicken Salad Sandwich is the best in Bartlesville. Chicken, grapes, apples and walnuts make up this delectable treat.

    (5)
  • Maria G.

    Food is always done well. Coffee is incredible. I love Starbuck's for it's taste and convenience but if I really want a treat I'm going to Jude's. Lunch portions aren't huge but good and healthy. I would say breakfast is superior to lunch but that's just me. Swedish pancakes are a big hit on Saturday. I also love the peach smoothie. Delicious!

    (4)
  • Renee B.

    If your looking for healthy, organic options try Jude's. The teas are organic and they do have a selection of dietary supplements as well as foods to purchase. My only minor issue was my egg sandwich, which the eggs seemed to have been microwaved. I've been trying to stay away from any nuked foods.

    (3)
  • Joe G.

    Love Jude's!

    (5)
  • Kelsey T.

    Jude's is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise health food-void place like Bartlesville. Healthy, fresh products for sale in their mini health food store vary from gluten free breads, vitamins, an bars. Love the big bag of candied ginger. The cafe is very popular for the lunch crowd. Be sure to visit on Friday for sushi rolls (the only place in Bartlesville). Fresh juice is very good and very pricey. The staff is awesome and helpful!

    (4)
  • Jenny W.

    One step in this shop will transport you from Bartlesville to Seattle or Portland. This shop is the ONLY health food store in town. Great curry on Thursday and amazing artisan coffee.

    (5)
  • Daren M.

    Ok. If you are a first timer, do NOT get a sandwich. You dont know their style of flavors yet. It is always good to go with their special of the day. BEEF BOWL (thursday), sushi(Friday), fish tacos(Tuesday), Swedish pancakes(Saturday morning) Jude's is my favorite coffee shop. Even the house coffee is fantastic. I recommend getting a "dirty chai". It's chai with a shot of expresso in it. Amazing. Oh and have the girl named Winter make it for you!!

    (5)
  • Mary Lee J.

    Just in Bartlesville for the first time for a wedding. Found Judes on Yelp. Had a great light lunch and a great latte. Nice cafe atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Jamie J.

    Thursday is curry bowl day. It's a little pricey for what you get, but decent.

    (3)
  • Laura R.

    I'm a big long time fan of Jude's! They used to be a little healthfood store and now they serve coffee and food! Their coffee is the best in town, and before Starbucks came, the ONLY place for good coffee (and still better than Starbucks). Every Friday they have sushi, which is made by some lovely ladies from the Japanese American Society (I hope I got the name right!). The food there is ALWAYS delicious, and I LOVE the ambiance the place gets. It's not cheap, but since the food is so good I don't mind shelling out the extra cash. It's a great place to go study, hang out with friends, or just have a coffee. They also have a masseuse if you need to relax. I recommend the Roma or their scones. The ginger carrot juice is also very delicious!

    (5)
  • Tatiana D.

    Still a Starbucks girl and here's why, I like coffee. I like my coffee to taste good. If I wanted a milkshake or smoothie, I'd get one but I wouldn't label it "coffee". So, docked stars for that considering that before there was Starbucks in this town, this was the only place to get "coffee". The vibe in here is ok since it is both a grocery and restaurant. I begrudgingly returned last tuesday for lunch with some co-workers, Man, was I suprised at thr quality of the fish tacos!!! Great, crunchy fish filets and spicy fresh salsa. I also had the vanilla chai 'chinno ( since I happened to want a 'shake that day) - it was good. So, pleasantly suprised this time around. Still no raving review - have not come with kids to see if the kid meal incident in the previous review has been remedied. Also, still not sure about trying the coffee with Starbucks being next door.

    (2)
  • J D.

    Not crazy about the food at all. We got three sanwiches and Panera would have done a better job. I would not go back.

    (2)
  • Jake W.

    Great coffee shop atmosphere, and Fish Taco Tuesday is outstanding!

    (5)
  • Courtney O.

    The BEST fish tacos and coffee ever! I now live in San Diego and still Judes has the best fish tacos...WOW. I visit Judes every time I am in Bartlesville for coffee and their great food...fish tacos, sushi, scones, muffins etc. LOVE THIS PLACE :)

    (5)
  • Mina S.

    During senior year, I went to Judes on a bi-weekly basis, at least. Like Laura, I'm inclined to spend a little more money than usual on lunch here because the food and drinks are high quality and healthy! One of my girlfriends and I will usually split a sandwich and a drink [yes, they'll let you for no extra charge!] and it's just enough for both of us, which makes for a pretty cheap lunch, around $6! The baristas are always kind and happy to help, as well as up for new ideas and suggestions on drinks. Food: I looove the Tuscany sandwich! Tamale Tuesday - Authentic Tamales Beef Bowl & Curry Bowl Thursdays [SO good!] Sushi Fridays Swedish Pancakes Saturday mornings Fave Drinks: Iced Chai Jamochaccino Here are my only woes: Stay open later, especially on Fri-Sun! There are 2 universities in town and many college kids back in the summer with nowhere to sit down and chill with their friends--advertising later hours would attract very large crowds, I promise!

    (4)
  • James H.

    A pleasant oasis in the cultural wasteland that is Bartlesville. Great food, though I could do without the mini-GNC inside.

    (4)
  • David H.

    This restaurant hits many wrong notes with me. I really don't like restaurants that try to present healthy foods as a choice only pretentious, "enlightened", hipster, granola-crunching wanna-bes make. Eating healthy foods is a good idea; why then must restaurants like these treat me as if I'm a unique snowflake for making such a basic decision? The quality of the food was good, in the sense that everything tasted fresh, but I assumed there would be more flavor than what I experienced. Home-cooked food often tastes better, and I think I unfairly assumed, considering the advertising of the restaurant, that it would match that quality. In terms of inexpensive "fast" food, this tastes better and is healthier than most options available in Bartlesville. Dining in is an uncomfortable experience. The seats tend to be hard and awkward to sit in, and some of the tables have balance issues. What was most distracting of all was the cacophony produced by just a few other patrons. This place is an echo chamber, enhancing even normal conversation sound levels and reverberating them throughout the room. It's hard to have a conversation when dining in, and I felt I had to shout to be heard. The restaurant does offer both take-out and a drive-through window, so one doesn't have to deal with the noise to enjoy the food. Again, it's probably just my own negativity towards this type of restaurant (the same reason I loathe entering a Starbucks), so my review might not be as important as others posted here. And, to be fair, the food *was* good, so it's not like it's a bad place to eat. I think most people will probably enjoy their stay--which is why I've rated the restaurant so highly--but I personally don't like to regularly visit.

    (4)
  • Scott D.

    Since my initial review, I've become addicted to Jude's. I just love it. They have specials every day of the week, and whether it's quiche, curry bowls, sushi, or swedish pancakes, I know the food will be delicious at worst and to-die-for at best. The smoothies are excellent, and I'm sure the coffee is too but I don't drink coffee so don't take my word for it. Oh, and the Grilled Tuscany that I ate on my first visit is twice as good when you add turkey! Did I mention the soups are killer? How am I ever going to save money when I have to eat at Jude's every day? Agghhhh.

    (5)
  • Queen O.

    We were in town for business and went there almost every day for fresh juicing and breakfast. Really good food and for someone who juices everyday, it was a lifesaver. I would give it 5 stars except for last day, I decided to save time and go to their drive-thru. BIG mistake. A young girl named Sara took my order, gave me everything BUT my juice. I was told to pull out of the way so she could help other cars behind me. No problem, did that. Except now she's on the 3rd car and I'm still waiting (late for meeting) for the darn juice ?, huh? @ 10 mins later I get out of my car to go in, out she comes. I was ready to cancel it since I had to gooooooo...

    (4)
  • Bon V.

    just got a couple of juices - carrot-apple-celery-ginger, they were fantastic and the people could not have been nicer. the sandwich with portobello mushrooms is a winner too. a great pick-me-up after grocery shopping next door.

    (5)
  • Cheryl G.

    seriously the BEST fresh fruit smooties i have ever had. i've gotten sooo many people hooked on them. delicious!

    (5)
  • Jim M.

    Beautifully prepared, healthy food in a trendy setting. Go to eat, go to hang out, go to get your organic staples, or go to get massage therapy or acupuncture. If it's your first time to eat there, try the Grilled Tuscany. * this star rating is relative to the Bvl area

    (5)
  • Renee B.

    If your looking for healthy, organic options try Jude's. The teas are organic and they do have a selection of dietary supplements as well as foods to purchase. My only minor issue was my egg sandwich, which the eggs seemed to have been microwaved. I've been trying to stay away from any nuked foods.

    (3)
  • Joe G.

    Love Jude's!

    (5)
  • Kelsey T.

    Jude's is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise health food-void place like Bartlesville. Healthy, fresh products for sale in their mini health food store vary from gluten free breads, vitamins, an bars. Love the big bag of candied ginger. The cafe is very popular for the lunch crowd. Be sure to visit on Friday for sushi rolls (the only place in Bartlesville). Fresh juice is very good and very pricey. The staff is awesome and helpful!

    (4)
  • Jenny W.

    One step in this shop will transport you from Bartlesville to Seattle or Portland. This shop is the ONLY health food store in town. Great curry on Thursday and amazing artisan coffee.

    (5)
  • Daren M.

    Ok. If you are a first timer, do NOT get a sandwich. You dont know their style of flavors yet. It is always good to go with their special of the day. BEEF BOWL (thursday), sushi(Friday), fish tacos(Tuesday), Swedish pancakes(Saturday morning) Jude's is my favorite coffee shop. Even the house coffee is fantastic. I recommend getting a "dirty chai". It's chai with a shot of expresso in it. Amazing. Oh and have the girl named Winter make it for you!!

    (5)
  • Mary Lee J.

    Just in Bartlesville for the first time for a wedding. Found Judes on Yelp. Had a great light lunch and a great latte. Nice cafe atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Jamie J.

    Thursday is curry bowl day. It's a little pricey for what you get, but decent.

    (3)
  • Laura R.

    I'm a big long time fan of Jude's! They used to be a little healthfood store and now they serve coffee and food! Their coffee is the best in town, and before Starbucks came, the ONLY place for good coffee (and still better than Starbucks). Every Friday they have sushi, which is made by some lovely ladies from the Japanese American Society (I hope I got the name right!). The food there is ALWAYS delicious, and I LOVE the ambiance the place gets. It's not cheap, but since the food is so good I don't mind shelling out the extra cash. It's a great place to go study, hang out with friends, or just have a coffee. They also have a masseuse if you need to relax. I recommend the Roma or their scones. The ginger carrot juice is also very delicious!

    (5)
  • Tatiana D.

    Still a Starbucks girl and here's why, I like coffee. I like my coffee to taste good. If I wanted a milkshake or smoothie, I'd get one but I wouldn't label it "coffee". So, docked stars for that considering that before there was Starbucks in this town, this was the only place to get "coffee". The vibe in here is ok since it is both a grocery and restaurant. I begrudgingly returned last tuesday for lunch with some co-workers, Man, was I suprised at thr quality of the fish tacos!!! Great, crunchy fish filets and spicy fresh salsa. I also had the vanilla chai 'chinno ( since I happened to want a 'shake that day) - it was good. So, pleasantly suprised this time around. Still no raving review - have not come with kids to see if the kid meal incident in the previous review has been remedied. Also, still not sure about trying the coffee with Starbucks being next door.

    (2)
  • Mina S.

    During senior year, I went to Judes on a bi-weekly basis, at least. Like Laura, I'm inclined to spend a little more money than usual on lunch here because the food and drinks are high quality and healthy! One of my girlfriends and I will usually split a sandwich and a drink [yes, they'll let you for no extra charge!] and it's just enough for both of us, which makes for a pretty cheap lunch, around $6! The baristas are always kind and happy to help, as well as up for new ideas and suggestions on drinks. Food: I looove the Tuscany sandwich! Tamale Tuesday - Authentic Tamales Beef Bowl & Curry Bowl Thursdays [SO good!] Sushi Fridays Swedish Pancakes Saturday mornings Fave Drinks: Iced Chai Jamochaccino Here are my only woes: Stay open later, especially on Fri-Sun! There are 2 universities in town and many college kids back in the summer with nowhere to sit down and chill with their friends--advertising later hours would attract very large crowds, I promise!

    (4)
  • Kristen L.

    Great coffee. Fun staff. Yummy food. Cute interior. It's the perfect meet up/study place. Absolutely love it!!

    (5)
  • Jeremy R.

    The wraps and paninis are very fresh and a nice light meal. I do wish they stayed open past 6pm. On multiple occasions I've dropped in after work hoping to get something healthy for dinner and find that they're about to close. Definitely at lunch-geared establishment.

    (4)
  • Blanka K.

    Traveling a lot and so very grateful for the little things in life like this little cafe. The veggies were fresh and the veggie juice I ordered (celery/beets/carrots) was very tasty...the place has good energy although the prices are a bit high. Still, worth it.

    (4)
  • Julie J.

    I am a huge fan of the fresh juices here at Jude's. My fave is the ABC - Apple/Beet/Carrot. It is so fresh and reasonably priced when you consider not having to clean, prep & cut the veggies, clean the juicer! I also love that Jude's carries Nordic Naturals fish oil. Great place and close to home!

    (5)
  • Jeremy L.

    I don't think I've had anything here that disappointed. Great lattes! Great food! Great people running it!

    (5)
  • Scott T.

    The Chicken Salad Sandwich is the best in Bartlesville. Chicken, grapes, apples and walnuts make up this delectable treat.

    (5)
  • Maria G.

    Food is always done well. Coffee is incredible. I love Starbuck's for it's taste and convenience but if I really want a treat I'm going to Jude's. Lunch portions aren't huge but good and healthy. I would say breakfast is superior to lunch but that's just me. Swedish pancakes are a big hit on Saturday. I also love the peach smoothie. Delicious!

    (4)
  • James H.

    A pleasant oasis in the cultural wasteland that is Bartlesville. Great food, though I could do without the mini-GNC inside.

    (4)
  • J D.

    Not crazy about the food at all. We got three sanwiches and Panera would have done a better job. I would not go back.

    (2)
  • David H.

    This restaurant hits many wrong notes with me. I really don't like restaurants that try to present healthy foods as a choice only pretentious, "enlightened", hipster, granola-crunching wanna-bes make. Eating healthy foods is a good idea; why then must restaurants like these treat me as if I'm a unique snowflake for making such a basic decision? The quality of the food was good, in the sense that everything tasted fresh, but I assumed there would be more flavor than what I experienced. Home-cooked food often tastes better, and I think I unfairly assumed, considering the advertising of the restaurant, that it would match that quality. In terms of inexpensive "fast" food, this tastes better and is healthier than most options available in Bartlesville. Dining in is an uncomfortable experience. The seats tend to be hard and awkward to sit in, and some of the tables have balance issues. What was most distracting of all was the cacophony produced by just a few other patrons. This place is an echo chamber, enhancing even normal conversation sound levels and reverberating them throughout the room. It's hard to have a conversation when dining in, and I felt I had to shout to be heard. The restaurant does offer both take-out and a drive-through window, so one doesn't have to deal with the noise to enjoy the food. Again, it's probably just my own negativity towards this type of restaurant (the same reason I loathe entering a Starbucks), so my review might not be as important as others posted here. And, to be fair, the food *was* good, so it's not like it's a bad place to eat. I think most people will probably enjoy their stay--which is why I've rated the restaurant so highly--but I personally don't like to regularly visit.

    (4)
  • Scott D.

    Since my initial review, I've become addicted to Jude's. I just love it. They have specials every day of the week, and whether it's quiche, curry bowls, sushi, or swedish pancakes, I know the food will be delicious at worst and to-die-for at best. The smoothies are excellent, and I'm sure the coffee is too but I don't drink coffee so don't take my word for it. Oh, and the Grilled Tuscany that I ate on my first visit is twice as good when you add turkey! Did I mention the soups are killer? How am I ever going to save money when I have to eat at Jude's every day? Agghhhh.

    (5)
  • Jake W.

    Great coffee shop atmosphere, and Fish Taco Tuesday is outstanding!

    (5)
  • Courtney O.

    The BEST fish tacos and coffee ever! I now live in San Diego and still Judes has the best fish tacos...WOW. I visit Judes every time I am in Bartlesville for coffee and their great food...fish tacos, sushi, scones, muffins etc. LOVE THIS PLACE :)

    (5)
  • Queen O.

    We were in town for business and went there almost every day for fresh juicing and breakfast. Really good food and for someone who juices everyday, it was a lifesaver. I would give it 5 stars except for last day, I decided to save time and go to their drive-thru. BIG mistake. A young girl named Sara took my order, gave me everything BUT my juice. I was told to pull out of the way so she could help other cars behind me. No problem, did that. Except now she's on the 3rd car and I'm still waiting (late for meeting) for the darn juice ?, huh? @ 10 mins later I get out of my car to go in, out she comes. I was ready to cancel it since I had to gooooooo...

    (4)
  • Bon V.

    just got a couple of juices - carrot-apple-celery-ginger, they were fantastic and the people could not have been nicer. the sandwich with portobello mushrooms is a winner too. a great pick-me-up after grocery shopping next door.

    (5)
  • Cheryl G.

    seriously the BEST fresh fruit smooties i have ever had. i've gotten sooo many people hooked on them. delicious!

    (5)
  • Jim M.

    Beautifully prepared, healthy food in a trendy setting. Go to eat, go to hang out, go to get your organic staples, or go to get massage therapy or acupuncture. If it's your first time to eat there, try the Grilled Tuscany. * this star rating is relative to the Bvl area

    (5)
  • Jeremy L.

    I don't think I've had anything here that disappointed. Great lattes! Great food! Great people running it!

    (5)
  • Blanka K.

    Traveling a lot and so very grateful for the little things in life like this little cafe. The veggies were fresh and the veggie juice I ordered (celery/beets/carrots) was very tasty...the place has good energy although the prices are a bit high. Still, worth it.

    (4)
  • Julie J.

    I am a huge fan of the fresh juices here at Jude's. My fave is the ABC - Apple/Beet/Carrot. It is so fresh and reasonably priced when you consider not having to clean, prep & cut the veggies, clean the juicer! I also love that Jude's carries Nordic Naturals fish oil. Great place and close to home!

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :6:00 am - 6:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Accepts Bitcoin : No
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Loud
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes

Judes Health & Java House

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