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  • Amanda M.

    As soon as you walk in the door you've left Tulsa. Not to hate on Tulsa, but this place is so quaint, comfy, and sweet. I felt like I had retreated to a little nook somewhere in Europe. As soon as I walked in I just didn't want to leave, it's the ultimate place to study, to have a moment to yourself, share a nice meal with someone special... it's just a great place. The coffee is also phenomenal. I could drink their chai tea latte for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If I'm in Tulsa again, I'll be at The Coffee House.

    (5)
  • Kendall S.

    This was another awesome stop on my short Tulsa adventure. I've never really been a coffee person, but I'm starting to enjoy it more and more. Places like this help me get into the spirit of appreciating expertly roasted beans + a dim and quiet atmosphere; the perfect equation for a lazy Sunday or a relaxing morning/evening. There's a tiny but cute patio outside the front, and then inside it was darker than I expected, and very cozy. I think it's a little crowded with all the furniture and tables and stools crammed into every available space, but hey, you'll most likely be able to find a seat! It was pretty busy at 2 PM on a Sunday afternoon with lots of students studying and friendly faces sipping java, so I expect that CHOCS is often full. Adam and I each ordered an iced coffee for the warm autumn afternoon. Adam went with the Iced Americano and I decided to try something new that sounded right up my alley: an Iced Grizzly Bear. It was delicious! Dark chocolate, espresso (and I got an extra shot), milk, cinnamon, and cayenne. Seriously, a handful of some of my most favorite flavors ever all beautifully blended into one powerful drink. I'm sure it's incredible served hot, especially on a cool eve, but it was also amazing on ice. Rich and lovely with just a hint of heat as you swallowed. I'd love to find a similar concoction at a coffee shop near home. I'll be on the lookout. CHOCS also has a ton of gorgeous freshly baked (in house) goodies to choose from, including several gluten free and vegan options. I saw some of the most dazzling pies I've ever seen in the display case.... the apple and cherry... oh man. If I hadn't just eaten an entire pizza, or if I'd been close to home, I definitely would have ordered a few things. GF pie, cheesecake, cookies... These desserts were insanely magnificent. I can't vouch for their taste because regretfully, I didn't order any. But next time I'm in town I won't make that mistake. I'm walking out of there with tons of baked goods. This sweet coffee house also serves a variety of tea, and lunch options like soup, sandwiches, fruit cups, and quiches. An all around splendid place to spend a few hours.

    (4)
  • David C.

    Cool atmosphere, fantastic lattes, great breakfast sandwich, good service, ample seating, extensive food menu. Would definitely come back.

    (5)
  • Meghann R.

    My flight was diverted to Tulsa due to weather, rather than wait to be delivered to Dallas to connect back to OKC I just got off the plane. The rental car agencies were closed, so I booked a hotel and my husband met me the next morning for a day in Tulsa. We both had some work to do, so we Yelp'd best coffee shops and found this place - pie was the main draw. It was pretty busy mid-Sunday morning with lots of end-of-semester paper writing and grading. It'd probably be easier to find a spot if you're solo and not in a group. We ended up in two seats at the bar in front of the barista, tucked away and with a good view of the weather and goings-on. I can't comment on the coffee, but I enjoyed my tea and cowboy cookie. I just wish we'd gotten to the pie! The wifi worked fine and I had easy access to a plug. All in all a nice spot to work and a productive rainy day.

    (3)
  • Gloria J.

    Very chill. Can get reading done here. Recommend the bottomless drip and soy dirty chai. Lots of gluten free options. Vegan heaven!! No password to login to wifi. I'll be back!!

    (5)
  • Dylan S.

    If you are gluten sensitive, rejoice. This place is THE best gluten free bakery. They have everything from cookies to cakes to pies that are all delicious. You can compare the gluten free cookies to the regular, there is no difference! The star has to be the sweetie, a delicious glazes pink sugar cookie with a slightly almond feel to it. It's gloriously good. The coffee is wonderful. Everything from French press to drip is available. The standard fare of lattes and such are available but their specials are also delicious. Try a drunken chipmunk! Great place to study or chill out. There's a deck that's pleasant on pretty days or a good amount of comfortable seating indoors, plus tables for 1-2 people for studying or conversation. Fantastic place. Love it love it!

    (5)
  • Clint B.

    This is a pretty solid coffee shop for my internet usage and studying. There's ample seating and power access for those that need it. This place is great for both solo adventurers like me and big groups; they have giant tables, small tables, bar space, and couches. The internet also pretty fast, even when the place is full of people on their computers and tablets. The staff is also very nice and they make some pretty good drinks. I've had their black coffee and the Polar Bear. Both were solid. This place also features a bottomless cup of coffee for $3.25 if you need a ton of coffee. This place also boast late hours, which is nice. I have not had the food here, but it looks good and tons of people come in just for the food. Moreover, there's outdoor seating on a spacious patio. Parking can be a little of a hassle. I simply park in a neighborhood a few blocks away and get a couple minutes of walking in. There's also many great places nearby. I recommend this place as a study spot or a place to grab some coffee on-the-go.

    (4)
  • Charles S.

    Hip and fun. Atmosphere and fresh pastries are what make this place stand out. Several chai teas have been had here and the locals from TU and surrounding nightlife give it a fun vibe. Sort of a good first date place. Booths for lots of friends and private seating for smaller intimate groups. Outside patio seating for those nice Oklahoma nights. Stop in and look around. You just might like it.

    (3)
  • Anna F.

    This is a nice coffeehouse with a relaxed atmosphere. The offerings include sandwiches, coffee, tea, and pastries. My cousin and I stopped in here last week for lunch. Being on a paleo diet, she couldn't order certain items on the menu. They were able to fix her a plate with vegetables, fruit, and meat. I ordered the grilled cheese sandwich which came with a side of chips and a bowl of fruit. We enjoyed our lunch and would come back.

    (4)
  • Maddox B.

    Hands down best coffee and deserts in the area. I can say no more; other than go and let the coffee speak for itself

    (5)
  • Nathan T.

    Overly sugared coffee options... If you like "coffee" drinks with animal names... This is the place for you.

    (3)
  • Ashley D.

    It seems like I almost always need a place to kill time when I am in T-town, and the Coffee House is usually my hang out of choice. They are only 5 minutes from downtown, which is where I usually am when I visit Tulsa. They have everything I could want in a coffee shop: a patio, lots of various seating, good coffee and tea, great desserts, and hip music. I usually order one of the coffee beverages from them, like the Honey Badger which has honey and cinnamon with a couple of other goodies. So yummy! Most recently, I ordered a London Fog, which is steamed milk and a tea bag. They have lots of flavors of tea but I chose the Lavender Earl Grey which was very floral and lovely. The bakers at the Coffee House really know what they are doing. They have cases and cases of homemade pies, cakes, pastries, and various other desserts. Everything looks so good! I am a sucker for homemade Pecan Pie, so I ordered a slice on my most recent visit and wasn't disappointed. The pie crust, which is the most important part, is light and flaky. So whether you want to hang out with friends, study, or like me, just have some down time, give Coffee House a try.

    (4)
  • Mosca M.

    This java joint here is just 1/2 mile or a 10 min walk from the house (whichever comes first I recon). Also my brother is the long-haired bearded cat wearing the tore up britches & pearl snaps serving the coffee in the evenings and what have ya. All the staff is great and are plenty patient to put up with me. Obviously this is a common hang out 1 or 2 nights out of the week. Now I'm a regular Folgers drinker in the mornings before my 1st nap so I'm not really a big time fancy coffee drinker but I do really like the normal ol' coffee they brew up here. From the looks on peoples faces I can be pretty sure that the fancy coffee with the leaves drawn on the cream and all that that goes with it must be pretty good. They also love to eat the baked up goods and I've had a few of the cookies and pie on occasion and I'll agree that they are much tasty and well worth it! The Pterodactyl Sammich is the bizness too! We'll worth a try! What I dig about the place is the atmosphere! The regulars are always great to catch up with. The music played is pretty groovy and they even have a Spiritual Vortex right there above the register!!! I KNOW, RIGHT!!! The outdoor sitting is wonderful and there is plenty of room out there when it's nice out. I hang out there and play in the outdoor fire place myself even when the weather is not-nice. They provide a ample amount of outlets so you can "lectrify" your favorite form of electronic social avoidance device and that is a mess of a handy feature too. I know I'm biased due to who I know there but it really is a wonderful & peaceful place to hang out. I recommend ya do & if'n by chance you see my long-haired silly ass doing a little jig and being ridiculous feel free to say "hay"!!!

    (5)
  • Shannon T.

    Needed a little sugar and found it here. Wish it was colder outside would have loved to sat and enjoyed a chai. What a cozy and neat coffee shop. If I lived here this would be a regular place for me. I digress the Samoa cookie is ummmmm ummmm yummy. Hit the spot! Great place thanks! Got a sugar need or warm drink need this is your spot!

    (4)
  • Scott N.

    This is the hippest coffee house I've ever seen - and I'm from the Pacific Northwest where coffee is a religion! Good food and great atmosphere. Definitely worth finding.

    (5)
  • Nicholas J.

    This coffee house is everything Starbucks should aspire to be. Wonderful and affordable. The Coffeehouse in Tulsa presents a close-knit, intimate environment with a great atmosphere that encourages conversation. They have many varieties of coffee both hot and frozen. I got the highest size of frozen latte they had, 20 oz., for $5. They also serve a variety of desserts and other snacks. Their coconut cream pie is particularly good. The staff is super friendly and their checkout process has officially been connected to the 21st century. There's outdoor seating as well along with parking on the side and behind the store. Whether you're needing to unwind, meeting that friend or date or needing a place to work, the Coffeehouse is a great place to do it. I only wish I could clone it in my community.

    (5)
  • Cathy C.

    Definitely should be your "Go To" coffee shop in Tulsa!! Baked goods are out of this world !! Wonderfully tasty and hot chai tea latte!! I dropped in to kill a little time and now I don't want to leave! :)

    (5)
  • JD C.

    Great, great, great coffee shop for getting some work done or visiting with friends. Tons of seating, both for groups and private tables. Best deal here is the bottomless drip coffee. $3 and drink to your hearts content. It's calm, quiet, and dark lighting all around. Can't say enough about how great this place is. Really excellent.

    (5)
  • Adam W.

    Stopped in on a business trip in Tulsa last weekend. Loved the vibe, loved the coffee. Kicking back on the couch with an ultra-smooth Americano was a welcome break before getting back to the grind on Saturday. Goodies behind the glass looked awesome (though I didn't partake), and the employee manning the samovar was a rockstar, brewed coffee like a champion. While I don't frequent the fine city of Tulsa, I will definitely keep this location on my radar, should I return.

    (4)
  • Nicole V.

    Perfect. Exactly what a coffee (and tea) house should be. I had the coconut oolong tea, which was so delicious and fragrant. Delicious desserts as well!

    (5)
  • Deborah H.

    Very nice place. 3 stars for me means it would be one of my go to places if I lived in this area of Tulsa. Lots of people here having breakfast too. I just had coffee which was just as I requested an au lait.

    (3)
  • Joe P.

    Locally owned, amazing coffee, delicious foods. Always calm atmosphere, eclectic crowd. Nice place.

    (5)
  • Jami H.

    A coffee or tea lover's paradise. When you walk in, you are overwhelmed by the delicious pastry case with great options for people on special diets. The gluten free orange muffin I had the other day was better than any regular muffin or cupcake. But don't get so distracted that you miss the specials board and menu with tons of full service options. The gluten free waffles are out of this world. Sometimes the wait can be a bit long because this place is so awesome that everyone wants to go there. It can also be tough to find a place to sit on occasion. I can't fault them for that as its caused by their success. The coffee itself is perfectly crafted and delectable. And they have the best muddy chai in town. Their regular drip coffee is even delicious. Basically, immediately leave whatever coffee shop you're currently in and book it to CHOCS to get some real coffee and treats!

    (5)
  • Crystal Diane D.

    This place feels like home. They have a lot of options for coffee drinks and a ridiculous amount of pastries to choose from, including vegan and gluten-free, which being a lac-tard I appreciate greatly. This is my go to spot to drink coffee and dessert When I was in college I practically lived on their patio, it was the perfect place to study and write papers.

    (4)
  • Sarah M.

    My G-PA refers to sweet treats as being 'sinful'. G-Pa, please forgive me. This place has treats as tasty as they are beautiful. The bakers really put a lot of effort into always keeping the the baked-goods case full of innovative sweets. The coffee comes from Double Shot which is roasted locally and prides itself on freshness. I recommend having a solid regular cup of coffee to pair with a treat. There is a breakfast menu available in the morning and lunch is served with some homemade sandwiches, a daily soup and quiche which is all quite delightful. The cool kids call this joint, 'CHOCS'. CHOCS (that does make me feel cool) can provide homey fuzzies with its warm vibe.The patio is also a sweet hangout place in the warmer months. Sometimes local musicians showcase their talents. BONUS. FOOD-COFFEE-MUSIC-ART? Erm, yes. Yes, please.

    (4)
  • John L.

    Me and my girlfriend go here all the time and the coffee and atmosphere is amazing and the service is great. The only little problem I have is the food isn't priced well for what you get.

    (4)
  • Marty T.

    Their muddy chai is really excellent. Perfect blend of espresso, chai, and sweetness. They are fast but it is also good quality. I really like the amount of space they have throughout, you can usually find a seat and plenty of room. Their pies are very large and taste good, I would like to try their gluten free.

    (4)
  • Catherine W.

    Woah! The Coffee House on Cherry Street has really stepped up their game. The space has expanded. There are great breakfast options:scrambles, egg sandwiches... gluten free quiche!? Sigh me up! You can get a real cup of marsala chai and italian cream sodas. Bravo guys.

    (5)
  • Dianna S.

    My husband and I are such coffee snobs. It takes a lot to make us happy. We always approach a new coffee shop with trepidation. Will they or won't they? I mean, it's $5 a cup almost; an expensive risk at times. But we were thrilled with the Coffee House! We both got mochas and they were very creamy and perfectly sweet. Definitely glad we chose this place for coffee. They also have a nice breakfast menu that looked very good, and a case of pastries. My husband got the cutest bread pudding baked in a coffee cup. It was pretty tasty to boot. We went back for more coffee the next day, which is rare that we'd not try somewhere new instead (as we tend to do). It was just we knew we'd found something good, and just didn't want to risk it. Second go round I had a blackberry mocha and my husband got the Grizzly Bear, which was chocolate, cinnamon and cayenne. Mine was amazing as I expected. Hubby's was a little heavy handed on the cayenne, but tasty otherwise. Definitely recommend this place for coffee! Really cute atmosphere inside, and relaxing porch area outside as well.

    (4)
  • Aaron W.

    Looks more like an internet cafe/study hall than a cafe. Wasn't anywhere to sit... The coffee wasn't good, I had to pour it out. Happy to move on to the next place.

    (1)
  • Katherine N.

    It's always a nice spot to study. The baristas are always great. The pastries haven't been impressing me lately, but the chai is always a great one to try!

    (4)
  • Jacy R.

    Love this place! Found it on my first trip to Tulsa, had to go back the next day it was so great! Just visited again today on my second trip to town. They have wonderful gluten free options; a true rarity for those of us with allergies!

    (5)
  • Nadine E.

    I'm a coffee feign visiting OK, and was SO lucky to happen upon this adorable and respectable establishment. The source locally for their baked goods and food and the coffee is awesome. Second only to my favorite spot at home, I enjoyed my best latte ever at Coffee House on Cherry St. I wish I could have one right now! Thy welcome pets, offer free wifi and have lots of seating in a great ambience. Go There!

    (5)
  • Jessica L.

    Love the atmosphere of this coffee shop. The specialty drinks ate a tad sweet but overall, good coffee.

    (4)
  • James S.

    As a person who enjoys coffee and culture, I've grown to love this place. The combination of warm service, solid espresso drinks, fresh baked goods, and a cozy atmosphere, makes for a great experience that resembles a Seattle neighborhood cafe. As mentioned by Jeff T and others, the beans are locally roasted so freshness is never an issue. Quality of coffee is great, but just like most things in life, the bean variety and roast is personal taste. But, I think the true test of the CHOCS experience has to be the baked goods and breakfast. Prepped daily with local ingredients; nothing comes pre-prepared... And it shows. The Quiche and lemon pie have to be my favorites. So my suggestion is... If your seeking a comfy coffee house to settle into: Go for the coffee, but stay for some pie!

    (4)
  • Brian C.

    Good atmosphere. Nice selection for deserts. More than just a coffee shop. Good for afternoon tea, light breakfast, and weekend hangout.

    (5)
  • Jason M.

    I just love reading all these coffee snob reviews(go back to Starbucks!) I believe it's the best Mocha I have ever had..you know it awesome when u pay almost 6 bucks and don't mind a bit! Breakfast burritos are also probably the best ever..love the atmosphere also.

    (5)
  • Jesse K.

    I'm not a coffee drinker, but do enjoy the food and bakery deliciousness. There are a lot of people, including my wife, that seem to enjoy it, aka obsess about it. It's a great little hang out and they even have outdoor seating with some chairs around a fireplace for those days that are cool. I seem to always be too late to score those seats, but love the smell of the fire. (Makes me wonder if they sell s'mores??) Their breakfast burritos have been my favorite. The version during farmers market is way better as they get black beans and veggies in there. They have shrunk over the past year and a half, but still a decent size. We recently started to get the sunrise, bacon for me, eggs for us, and pancakes to share. But, the pancake recipe changed from almond extract amazingness to regular pancakes. If enough people ask for the old way, maybe we can sway them!! Either way, good place to visit.

    (4)
  • Casey C.

    Coffee was bland and thin, I had iced white mocha but probably should have ordered a hot drink, seemed like their forte. The guy at the register also seemed a bit pretentious. Some of their bakery items looked amazing, but 6.50 for a very small piece of cheesecake...no thanks we already ate anyway. Atmosphere is wonderful! Plenty of comfy places to sit including couches, leather chairs, and pillows on all seats. That being said, I would rather drink good coffee in a bad atmosphere than vice versa. I will choose one of the other 25762157 coffee shops in tulsa to frequent.

    (2)
  • Jessica J.

    Despite all of the new and interesting coffee houses that have recently popped up around Tulsa, CHOCS remains one of my favorites. The place is cozy, eclectic and serves up my favorite Topeca coffee, which happens to be locally roasted in nearby downtown Tulsa. Furthermore, the breakfast options are as good or better than any other casual place in town and the baked goods are hard to beat! There is free wifi so it's a perfect place to park it in the morning to knock out a few emails, although be warned - if you plan to stay a while, they prefer to save their tables for paying customers, not those just looking for a free connection. This is a great place for a lazy weekend morning to relax, enjoy a cup of joe and listen to the live music after 11AM. If it is a table you want, you might show up before 10AM as it tends to get crowded later in the morning. If you are an early riser, be sure to make a quick trip through the Saturday morning farmers market beforehand - it is just down the street and offers up some of the best fresh produce/meats/dairy in town. Also, if you are a latte fan, CHOCS serves up some of the best. For you out-of-towners: if you are hunting for a local Tulsa vibe, this is a must-do!

    (4)
  • Rich G.

    Staff can work on customer service skills. Not the best coffee. The food and the atmosphere are the only plus

    (2)
  • Kelly K.

    Walked in, in desperate need of a good cup of joe and was pleasantly surprised by the crunchy urban atmosphere. The waft immediately smacked me when we walked into the door and my nose was instantly pleased. Nothing better than a good cup of coffee on an early Sunday morning. It gets better! The menu is packed with tasty morsels for breakfast as well as someone with a sweet tooth. The walls were lined with local artwork and the available seating was warm and welcoming. If needed there are dark corners to read your paper in silence and a circular couch for socializing. About half way thru mine and my brothers coffee a woman got on stage and started to serenade the coffee house. I am giving this place 5 stars because if I lived in Tulsa, I would live here. So relaxing, inviting and aromatic. Can't wait to visit again soon.

    (5)
  • Kerbie D.

    The atmosphere is great, but I had a less than pleasant first experience here. I ordered a sandwich that took 26 minutes to arrive and for $10 it was very unimpressive. Not only is this time unacceptable, my sandwich also did not have the sauce I asked for. When I asked the employee at the register if I could get the sauce for my sandwich, he did not apologize--didn't say one word. He returned with containers, shoved them in my hands, and walked off. I will not be coming back because of the unfriendliness and the poor attention to quality. I might understand if the establishment had been busy, but it was not. And I made it clear this was my first experience.

    (2)
  • John S.

    Charming little coffee shop. Friendly employees, good drinks, and comfortable atmosphere. On Sunday mornings they have a group of elderly people that play old jazz/blues songs. Highly recommend checking them out. Gwen is one of the singers.

    (4)
  • Katherine B.

    They abuse their coffee. In the past, I have seen certain staff members reuse old coffee filters in new pots of coffee. There is also $5 credit card minimum (most places usually put the bar at $3), but really that is fine because their coffee and baked goods are a little over-priced anyways. This place is okay if you just want to stop in a grab a quick cup of something after eating/shopping on Cherry Street, but honestly I cannot believe anyone would make this a regular spot.

    (2)
  • Kassie P.

    I have tried this place several times over the years, and have never been that impressed. The pastries are good, the atmosphere is cozy, the food is decent, but the coffee is so so.

    (3)
  • Jael H.

    Oh CHOCS, your amazing abundance of baked goods are bad for my diet. And I love you all the more for it. Seriously awesome pastries, cream cheese brownies, pies, etc. The espresso drinks I've had here were solid and the baristas have always been at minimum polite, if not genuinely friendly. I'm not a fan of double shot's drip coffee, which is their house offering, but that's just my preference. Love the patio and the cozy atmosphere of this place. See you there. :)

    (4)
  • Kimberly H.

    I love this little coffee shop. It's comfortable inside and out. A great place to read, study or chat. Not overly pretentious, but not uninterested in there craft a good balance in barista personality. They make tasty coffee and delicious baked goods. (mmm...cowboy cookies!) I'd be totally happy and content going here every other day if I lived in Tulsa.

    (5)
  • Stacy H.

    CHOCS provides a unique venue that I will say in enjoyable, and the outdoor seating area (with fireplace) is quite nice, too. Their pastries are yummy, too. But... that said, I do not go here for the coffee. If you're looking for quality coffee, then know that this place is definitely NOT passionate about their coffee. If you're looking for the very best coffee you'll ever taste (recommend the americano), then go to DoubleShot at 18th & Boston in Tulsa. THAT is the best coffee I have ever tasted, and I have lived all over the country and travelled internationally. Brian, the owner of DoubleShot, has perfected the art of roasting his beans! I do find it odd that CHOCS buys their coffee from DoubleShot... how on earth they manage to ruin the coffee is still a mystery to me. They need serious help from Brian, the owner of DoubleShot. Also on the bad side with CHOCS: 5 dollar minimum on your debit/credit card and not even one free refill on what is already--as one reviewer aptly stated--"abused" coffee.

    (2)
  • Cas K.

    A nice espresso, bright with a slightly sweet aftertaste. Welcoming relaxed atmosphere with fresh ingredients. Sandwich came with a treat (fresh baked crunchy peanut chocolate cereal!)

    (5)
  • Ally W.

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    (5)
  • Kimmy D.

    Great establishment. We had live entertainment on a Sunday morning over breakfast. Cozy little place

    (5)
  • Bekah M.

    I have driven past the nice little piece of Austin in Tulsa a few times without the chance to stop. This morning, after missing my turn, was the perfect opportunity. I walked in and immediately was greeted with my favorite small, coffee, without the lingering stench of burned espresso that is always found in the big green hued chain. I ordered a non-fat latte with one of the sugar free options and started looking through the pastry case longingly. As a girl with a host of odd food allergies I never get the chance to taste any of the yummy treats. When I saw the "VEGAN Pumpkin Muffins" and almost whooped out loud. I didn't have the chance to get one but you better believe after the best cup of coffee I have had in a LONG time, I will be back for one!

    (5)
  • LaChelle S.

    If I lived in Tulsa, I would so study here! It's F*ing awesome. Little rooms and inlets, couches, comfy and eclectic seating, homey patio outside. What more do you need?

    (5)
  • Jonathan S.

    Great place to go and hang out with your friends. The coffee is decent, but the smoothies are a bit on the extra sweet side. The atmosphere is quirky and warm. It tends to get loud when busy, parking is murder, and the seems like they packed as many chairs in a small area as possible, all signs of a ever growing business. Overall enjoyable.

    (4)
  • Tyler S.

    Not the best coffee shop in town, but easily the best baked goods in town. Pies and cakes are always ridiculously good.

    (4)
  • Knuckles G.

    Well I was excited to try this place. The atmosphere seemed pretty versatile, families eating, people reading, yet still relaxed and quite. Here's where disappointment sets in: so I order what was exactly written on the menu a Veggie Bagel consisting of hummus, Gouda, spinach, tomato, cucumber, onion on an Everything Bagel. I wait and I wait my husband had done eaten his breakfast and at this point I'm thinking they honestly forgot. We flag one of the waitresses who stated that what I ordered takes a little longer due to the fact they have to cut up the vegetables. Really? I'm no chef but with the listed ingredients I wasn't understanding this arduous vegetable cutting that was apparently happening back in the kitchen. So now I'm expecting a 5 star butt kicking bagel instead I'm brought a toasted Plain White Bagel with no Gouda, shredded carrots, no cucumbers and really a teaspoon of hummus. So I take it back and point to the sign of what I ordered. I guess the manager brings the plate back to me and gives some half excuse that made it sound like I wasn't understanding what I ordered. I asked about the everything bagel and cheese and was told those things were not available. Hey I understand that but that coulda been told to me before the order. So I change the order to a muffin the manager brings the muffin and starts to walk away until I tell her there is a $5 difference in what I ordered and if we can get the difference back. She seemed annoyed and refunded the difference. I really couldn't have been any nicer bout it but they seemed extremely annoyed. Hey I've worked in fast food so I know what it means to be as gracious and accommodateing to the customer that needs help. Was not impressed by the service at all

    (1)
  • Elizabeth S.

    Patio area is perfect. Especially on a hot sunny day. And there is always good people around you to make polite conversation. The service usually is awful. The people that work there are very rude, and bothered by you wanting them to make you a drink. I got a chai there once and it made me sick. When I asked to see the milk that they use it was local, and didn't even have an expiration date. I'll never get a drink with milk in it again there!

    (2)
  • Sarah B.

    Coffee is awesome! I would only come here for the coffee and desserts but not to stay. More for college students. Not a neat place. Desserts are delicious.

    (4)
  • Cody B.

    This coffee shop straddles the line between cramped and cozy, but their drinks and pastries certainly make it good enough to stop. Whether or not you stay will be dictated based on availability of chairs.

    (3)
  • Record S.

    fun live music great service and cool atmosphere if you are into being a hippy and sometimes I am.

    (3)
  • Natalie D.

    This is a good place for coffee, breakfast or dessert.

    (4)
  • Makenzi J.

    Love this quiet little coffee house. Amazing people, food and atmosphere! Free WiFi, and lots of seating. From tables outdoors, to tables and sofas inside.

    (4)
  • Amy V.

    The atmosphere here is just right. The lattes are delicious and pretty as well. The customer service is great and they have a variety of quality simple foods. I wasn't crazy about the "veggie egg burrito" but shouldve known not to get one at a coffee shop. It was very filling and the perfect temperature but hardly any veggies. I love coming here anytime of the day.

    (4)
  • Adam N.

    This is my favorite coffee spot in Tulsa. From the food to the people to the coffee..expect what you would want from any quintessentially awesome hipster coffee spot.

    (5)
  • Chelsea D.

    CHOCS is a pretty good place to hang out. They have good seating and it tends to be quieter than Shades in my experience. I'm really not sure if that's true now that they've opened it up so much, though. It tends to feel more crowded than Shades, as well, and their chai isn't quite as good (although I don't know anything about their coffee), and it's too expensive. That being said, CHOCS has the best food & baked goods! I've had their vegan chocolate chip cookie, vegan cherry almond cookie, carrot cake, quiche, and it's all been delicious.

    (4)
  • Vickie B.

    My girlfriend and I stopped in after a brisk work-out for a cuppa. The coffee was very good, cool eclectic setting complete with a cast of interesting local characters... Top that off with fast, free wifi, what more could you ask for?

    (4)
  • Thom C.

    Great place to hang out with good coffee

    (5)
  • Lisa M.

    Five stars for the peanut butter pie. I never thought I'd say that a coffee house dessert was among the best I've ever had, but so be it. If you at all like peanut butter you have GOT to come here and try this pie.

    (5)
  • Aileen M.

    Hubby and I enjoy coming in here to read or have a dessert! They have a great selection of homemade cakes. They also have a vegan dessert selection. My hubby's fav is the Choc's pie and i love their carrot cake!! YUM!! All these wonderful dessert with great customer service!

    (5)
  • Ryan R.

    The coffee is unpalatable, it's always overcrowded, and parking is always an issue. But you can't beat the location.

    (2)
  • Amanda R.

    When seeking coffee in a new city, I always try to scope out the local haunts. No Starbucks for me (yes, I'm that snob). I try to judge based on quality of the coffee, ambiance of the coffeehouse/cafe, and whether I could see myself visiting regularly if I lived in that locale. The Coffee House on Cherry Street pretty much fits the bill. The space is quirky and eclectic. There is a patio in front with a fire pit and French doors leading inside. The interior is cozy, yet roomy, with a diverse collection of sofas, chairs, and tables--more like someone's funky-yet-classy living room than a typical cafe. There is a bakery case up front, with the usual biscotti and muffins and other tasty treats. The baristas look suitably hip and a bit scruffy (I'm sure they're painters or in bands), but are not so full of attitude you want to ring their necks. I got my usual latte, which was frothy and strong. Holds up to KC's own Broadway Cafe, my usual measure of quality. SO, not being a coffee drinker, go the hot chai; it was good, but could have used more spice. The blueberry muffin I ate with my coffee was nothing short of fantastic--nice and crusty on top, with moist blueberries, yum. Only snag involved SO's grilled berry strudel, which failed to arrive after 15 minutes. Turns out the timer never went off and the barista got busy taking other orders. He was apologetic about the mistake, and SO accepted the slightly overdone pastry (which thankfully had not burnt). Overall, a good experience and good coffee. If I lived in Tulsa, I'd happily visit again.

    (4)
  • Leighton P.

    Great coffee, great service. Vegan pumpkin muffins! While traveling through Oklahoma, we stayed in Tulsa for a few days, and didn't expect much, but a friend suggested we come here, and it was well worth it. Good ambiance, great outdoor patio.

    (4)
  • Hillary S.

    I really do love this place. The funky furniture, friendly vibe and great food and coffee all contribute to an overall great experience whenever I make it to Tulsa. I can just sit there for hours, getting work done and enjoying a hot beverage and tasty snack. The peanut butter pie is super sweet but delicious. Same with the carrot cake. I love their sandwiches, especially the brie and prosciutto one. Only four stars instead of five because the seating could stand to be a little more comfortable. I love the look of the furniture but I often end up getting a little stiff sitting in the long bench they have. Also some of the stuff is WAYYYYY overpriced. I had an egg sandwich that was insanely expensive -- forget how much, but they shouldn't be more than $5 at a place like this.

    (4)
  • Quinton D.

    Recently remodeled, has great ambience, great patio (fyi no rain covet), prices are a bit steep(but located in a high rent area), fast WiFi, good pastries, nice furniture, rustic.

    (4)
  • Cherie F.

    I can taste the love in their food! Their baked goods are excellent! Breakfast is quick, tasty, and reasonably priced, and the coffee is superb. I have met many new friends through chilling at the coffee house with my son who is seven. We love to stop by for coffee and then hit the Cherry Street Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings! Highly recommend! Cherie

    (5)
  • Rebecca F.

    Good food? Check. Good cup of joe? Check. Friendly service? Double check. This is my favorite place to go. I agree with Jeff H. in that it was practically my office last year, and it would be still if not for the fact that I don't have a job. Don't even NEED an office! So.... my heart still belongs to CHOCS (no one calls it that). Also- no one in town makes my super-special jet-fuel-mocha-tall-in-a-short-to-go-cup-please quite like they do. Especially Sean and Aaron; they are great great great mocha-makers.

    (5)
  • Jean-Paul E.

    I'll give this place a 4 for the ambiance (furniture, art, layout, music, etc., etc.). The layout is cool. I like the little cubby-holes you can burrow into while you drink a cup o' Joe. Did I just say cubby-hole? Indeed. It somewhat reminds me of a Polish bar in Denver, also a cubby-hole, called Kinga's on Colfax. It is a comfortable shop, certainly to spend some considerable time in, with furniture that won't give you a hernia. I gladly spent 4 hours here getting work done (in that respect, plugs also don't seem to be a problem, if you need to plug in the laptop). Not to mention, the Coffee House (despite it simple name) reminds me that there is some artistic culture in Tulsa, my old home town of yore. This is evidenced by the clientele, staff, and some art on the walls worthy of mention. I'll be in Tulsa for another couple weeks for the holidays. I'll be back here a half dozen more times I'm sure. =)

    (4)
  • Vickie L.

    Get here early, or you won't get a seat anywhere! I went on a Sunday night and could not find a seat inside, luckily it was nice outside we grabbed the last table outside. Lots of students and study groups inside with their books and laptops. Atmosphere is nice, nice tables, big chairs, unpretentious. But I also think they were trying a bit hard to have that coffee house feel like Shades of Brown, but not as hippie-ish as them. Outdoor seating was really nice, but they allow smoking outside, so that put a damper as we were sitting downwind of the smokers. Right outside the door there's about 8 seats next to a fire and chimnea. Hot chocolate was not very good, it wasn't very sweet and did not have a good chocolate flavor. On the bright side, the large size was humongous! I just had to drink a large size of a not-so-good drink though to get my money's worth. Lots of delicious looking treats in the counter, but prices aren't listed anywhere - I hate that. But overall, a nice place to go for a chat and to get some work done.

    (3)
  • Nathan B.

    5 stars. Wonderful espresso (I got a latte), although a tad on the pricey side for espresso drinks (about $5 for a large) it's worth it. If you want great product then you pay for great product am I right? The staff is kind and knowledgable about coffee. The atmosphere is dark and nice and cool inside even if it's hot outside. When it's very busy the seating is limited and the line can pile up around the door but this place is a gold mine for great coffee in the Tulsa area.

    (5)
  • Tawny T.

    Second-best shop in Tulsa, but could easily be taken out by a similarly-located local competitor with lower prices and better drinks. That said, it's a nice alternative to Shades of Brown when they are doing a live music night, and the fact that Coffeehouse has a porch is a bit of a plus. They aren't afraid to charge you $3 for chocolate milk though, so watch out!

    (3)
  • darthchau t.

    The layout of the Coffee House on Cherry Street is very random. It's got a long bench in the back (Iike it came from an old church) with tables lining it, a round talbe in the center and a collage of random furniture. It is a popular place but is a bit uncomfortable. 2 coffees, 1 pie and 1 sandwich came to $16. I would go back again.

    (3)
  • Dean N.

    Always stop by here and have a cup of coffee while in town. Great coffee......

    (4)
  • Brit T.

    I have always liked their coffee and atmosphere, but I've decided I will never be back. The people are rude. I'm not going to pay those prices to be treated like I'm an idiot because I'm wearing a pencil skirt. But what really set me off was the $5 minimum on credit cards. Not only is it against Visa's rules to enforce a minimum (a simple phone call to Visa would probably solve that problem) but I can't stand it when employees blindly follow rules! Obviously it would be better for them to let me charge $4.50 to my credit card, and pay a minimal fee, than to let me walk out and lose the sale because I didn't want to add a $3 muffin. Duh.

    (2)
  • Julie L.

    Best place by far in Tulsa to get coffee at. Very cozy atmosphere.

    (5)
  • Sue D.

    Cute coffee shop with great atmosphere and art! But the prices are a bit steep for a cup of joe. Small hazelnut latte - $5. The prices aren't listed anywhere...so becareful when ordering.

    (3)
  • Nick B.

    This is a good coffee shop... the drinks are good, the staff is extremely friendly and the building dirty(i've seen a mouse there on two different visits. one time a cat brought a mouse back from the kitchen to eat it next to me.) I'll probably go back with friends but if I'm by myself there are better coffee shops to go to.

    (3)
  • b w.

    Dogs are no longer allowed.

    (4)
  • Peylin F.

    cute little coffee shop on, you guessed it, cherry street. love the laid back atmosphere. you can also sit outside and do some people watching. i liked how they have different flavors of apple cider (whatever apple is in season). i tried their honeycrisp apple cider and it was delish.

    (4)
  • George A.

    I'm grading on a curve here as there aren't that many options in Tulsa. Coffee is not that good and way overpriced even by my Seattle standards. Pastries looked decent. Staff is a tad bit hipster/pretentious, but seems friendly enough. I do love the location and the atmosphere inside with all the random furniture. Can definitely waste an entire day in here if I find a good spot and get comfortable.

    (4)
  • ChianWen T.

    Tulsa is one sad sad sad place. The Coffee House On Cherry Street may be the best it has going on for it. It's the gathering place for people who wish they were in Ann Arbor to soak up some NPR pretentiousness.

    (3)
  • Heather C.

    love this place! it's vibe is perfect. decor is great & food & coffee are even better!

    (5)
  • Maggie A.

    Technically, I'm reviewing a wonderful place that belongs to a friend of a friend of my boyfriend, so I say that to be fair, but it wouldn't change one word if I knew nobody. On a recent visit to Tulsa, I was brought here because it's pretty well known to all who have met me for 5 minutes that I really love really good coffee. Apparently coffee art in lattes is something that is done in Tulsa, but it tickled me because even coffee-centric Portland has never offered me such joy on top of joy in my cup (yes, I'm easily amused...). The atmosphere reminded me of a place I used to go in college that was very much pre-Starbucks (meaning pre-cold, flavorless and cookie cutter atmosphere), but then taken to even the next level of welcoming and cozy. It really is like visiting someone's home to walk into this place, and there are so many things to look at and enjoy - books, old albums, artwork, photography (really very cool photography, actually). Even better was seeing how owner Cheri seemed to know *everyone* and interacted with tons of people in just the hour or so we were there, and it made me wish that I lived there and was just part of the whole neighborhood or something. The latte was as delicious as I hoped, but the incredible and warm atmosphere really blew me away. Wi-Fi people were clearly happy folks, but even without a laptop of my own, I had a great time.

    (5)
  • Victoria L.

    I'm a fan. I love the coffee here. The outside patio is a plus in the summer prices are not cheap but get started on a frequent punch card and you'll be good! One of the best in Tulsa.

    (4)
  • Andrew R.

    Some of the best coffee I've had between Portland and Brooklyn. When a less experienced barista botched my wife's iced mocha, all I had to do was ask, "Can we go for round 2 on this? She's trying really hard to enjoy this and it's not happening." The barista made a new one and it was simply perfect. Great coffee, great bakery items, and an ambiance that says "common space" without screaming it out loud. The Coffee House is an oasis of sophisticated yet unpretentious funk in an otherwise bland city.

    (5)
  • melissa c.

    in all places i live, i gravitate towards one good coffee shop, one good bar, and usually one good restaurant. this is my one good coffee shop. the food is delicious, and for the non-meat eating, mostly veggie-tarian. (they do serve some animals) the barista's use their creativity to adorn your coffee cup with pretty shapes in the foam, like the shapes of clouds to a child. i've gotten great tips to shows and events in tulsa from the good people who both work and play there. thank god for good people, its renewed my faith in tulsa, for without them...it'd just be another notch on the bible belt.

    (5)
  • Geary J.

    Coffee runts the gamut of bad to ok and good to great, as do coffee houses. One never knows what they are getting into when they brave the unknown and walk past the threshold of an unknown java house. I was delighted to find not only a great coffee house but fantastic coffee here as well. The scone was perfect and was a complement to the coffee. The atmosphere is pleasant and the staff friendly and helpful. You'll enjoy this place!

    (5)
  • Zena B.

    Delicious desserts and pastries, fresh tea and coffee and a super eclectic Austiny vibe make this one of my favorite Tulsa coffee houses. It's hard to even choose what to order whenever I come here - everything looks so good. The pastries are delicious but they also have breakfast and lunch items in case you're needing something more filling. The space really reminds me of my favorite coffee house in Austin - it's really eclectic with mismatched chairs and tables and all sorts of different comfortable seating options - all with good outlet access. It's a really is a fun environment to work in or even just enjoy a Saturday afternoon.

    (4)
  • Matthew S.

    Great little coffee place. Coffee is great and the gluten free almond cheese cake is outstanding. Nice to see small businesses like this when I travel.

    (5)
  • Irena T.

    Pros: - This place is adorable. Loved the decor - the mismatched furniture that created a cozy, homey ambiance; the tables and booths (if you were there to actually get work done). - The dessert case when you first walk in...everything looked SO.GOOD. Cons: - Pet peeve of mine: when the prices aren't labelled anywhere (aka the dessert case) - I ordered a slice of red velvet, but after eating one bite, I was pretty sure it was gluten free or vegan red velvet, even though it didn't say that in the case. Either that, or it was the densest, worst tasting regular red velvet cake I've had in my life. I had a stomachache the rest of the night. - The bill for a Polar Bear latte (I think) and a piece of cake was $12, which is slightly expensive for an afternoon friend date. - Parking sucks. I wouldn't mind going back to give it another try (just because the place is so darn cute), but I will definitely stay away from the red velvet.

    (3)
  • Shelby K.

    If you're a black coffee fan, don't go out of your way. Couldn't do a pour-over or press a single cup and the coffee in the urn was stale and not good. I can't tell if it's a pastry shop with an espresso machine or a mediocre coffee shop with an extensive pastry selection.

    (2)
  • Julie S.

    Oh my. All these beautiful pies. I should have gotten a slice to take with me since we came here for a meeting before dinner. Next time, next time! This was a great spot for our quick little meeting (all four of us on laptops - we probably looked funny). It was quiet enough to visit and hear each other, but loud enough it didn't sound like everyone could hear every word we were saying. The drinks were great - I love that they had everything from bottled cream soda to herbal teas and Rooibos to fresh, handmade flavored coffee drinks, even Italian soda, which I love and may start ordering all the time! It seemed like the young lady working the counter was both the cashier and the barista, which meant that she was working really hard and it still took as a while to get our four drinks. Meanwhile a line had formed, and I'm sure she was in the weeds for a good twenty minutes after that. Not a big deal to me, but to the person at the end of that line, I bet they wished for another counter person or shot puller. I'm sure we just caught them between shifts or something. She handled it really well and we didn't see her stress, which is a good trait to have. All in, I'll totally be back.

    (4)
  • Laura P.

    so let's talk about CHOCS. (coffee house on cherry street if you're trying to get in with the cool, Tulsa-hip lingo).. their baked goods are seriously the best. I have not had another baked good in Tulsa that I like so much. you've got to try it. I usually come here in the mornings and get some good doubleshot coffee + a chocolate banana espresso muffin (heated up in the microwave please). I have taken multiple out of towners here and have insisted they try the muffin. they LOVED it. the atmosphere is fun & hippy coffee shoppy (clearly I'm making up my own adjectives here..). this is the perfect place to come to before or after (or during, heck) Tulsa's cherry street farmers market in the summer. their patio is a go to for dog lovers and enjoying some nice Tulsa weather. not sure if they still do, but Saturday and Sunday mornings they used to bring in local musicians (and 10 points for gryffindor..). it was a win. basically you should try this place out and be prepared for a goooooood time.

    (4)
  • Kayley N.

    I think one should be able to eat pumpkin pie no matter the season nor the time of day. Hence why I had a slice of gluten free pumpkin pie and a soy mocha for breakfast the other morning. The pie was ridiculously good. My husband, who loathes my dietary restrictions, couldn't even tell that if was the horrific gluten free variety. And my mocha was perfect. I'll be back for multiple reasons: literally right around the corner from my church so I can pop in after Mass, only 5 minutes from my house, the staff is awesome, and Heirloom is getting on my last nerve with its downhill slide into 3 star rating territory so I needed someplace new. I also have to apologize to the staff and patrons as I had my 18 month old son with me. He really was trying to say, "Aw, shoot!" and not "Aw, shit!", I swear. I'm not that bad of a parent.

    (5)
  • Geary J.

    Coffee runts the gamut of bad to ok and good to great, as do coffee houses. One never knows what they are getting into when they brave the unknown and walk past the threshold of an unknown java house. I was delighted to find not only a great coffee house but fantastic coffee here as well. The scone was perfect and was a complement to the coffee. The atmosphere is pleasant and the staff friendly and helpful. You'll enjoy this place!

    (5)
  • Zena B.

    Delicious desserts and pastries, fresh tea and coffee and a super eclectic Austiny vibe make this one of my favorite Tulsa coffee houses. It's hard to even choose what to order whenever I come here - everything looks so good. The pastries are delicious but they also have breakfast and lunch items in case you're needing something more filling. The space really reminds me of my favorite coffee house in Austin - it's really eclectic with mismatched chairs and tables and all sorts of different comfortable seating options - all with good outlet access. It's a really is a fun environment to work in or even just enjoy a Saturday afternoon.

    (4)
  • Matthew S.

    Great little coffee place. Coffee is great and the gluten free almond cheese cake is outstanding. Nice to see small businesses like this when I travel.

    (5)
  • Irena T.

    Pros: - This place is adorable. Loved the decor - the mismatched furniture that created a cozy, homey ambiance; the tables and booths (if you were there to actually get work done). - The dessert case when you first walk in...everything looked SO.GOOD. Cons: - Pet peeve of mine: when the prices aren't labelled anywhere (aka the dessert case) - I ordered a slice of red velvet, but after eating one bite, I was pretty sure it was gluten free or vegan red velvet, even though it didn't say that in the case. Either that, or it was the densest, worst tasting regular red velvet cake I've had in my life. I had a stomachache the rest of the night. - The bill for a Polar Bear latte (I think) and a piece of cake was $12, which is slightly expensive for an afternoon friend date. - Parking sucks. I wouldn't mind going back to give it another try (just because the place is so darn cute), but I will definitely stay away from the red velvet.

    (3)
  • Shelby K.

    If you're a black coffee fan, don't go out of your way. Couldn't do a pour-over or press a single cup and the coffee in the urn was stale and not good. I can't tell if it's a pastry shop with an espresso machine or a mediocre coffee shop with an extensive pastry selection.

    (2)
  • Shannon T.

    Needed a little sugar and found it here. Wish it was colder outside would have loved to sat and enjoyed a chai. What a cozy and neat coffee shop. If I lived here this would be a regular place for me. I digress the Samoa cookie is ummmmm ummmm yummy. Hit the spot! Great place thanks! Got a sugar need or warm drink need this is your spot!

    (4)
  • Scott N.

    This is the hippest coffee house I've ever seen - and I'm from the Pacific Northwest where coffee is a religion! Good food and great atmosphere. Definitely worth finding.

    (5)
  • Julie S.

    Oh my. All these beautiful pies. I should have gotten a slice to take with me since we came here for a meeting before dinner. Next time, next time! This was a great spot for our quick little meeting (all four of us on laptops - we probably looked funny). It was quiet enough to visit and hear each other, but loud enough it didn't sound like everyone could hear every word we were saying. The drinks were great - I love that they had everything from bottled cream soda to herbal teas and Rooibos to fresh, handmade flavored coffee drinks, even Italian soda, which I love and may start ordering all the time! It seemed like the young lady working the counter was both the cashier and the barista, which meant that she was working really hard and it still took as a while to get our four drinks. Meanwhile a line had formed, and I'm sure she was in the weeds for a good twenty minutes after that. Not a big deal to me, but to the person at the end of that line, I bet they wished for another counter person or shot puller. I'm sure we just caught them between shifts or something. She handled it really well and we didn't see her stress, which is a good trait to have. All in, I'll totally be back.

    (4)
  • Laura P.

    so let's talk about CHOCS. (coffee house on cherry street if you're trying to get in with the cool, Tulsa-hip lingo).. their baked goods are seriously the best. I have not had another baked good in Tulsa that I like so much. you've got to try it. I usually come here in the mornings and get some good doubleshot coffee + a chocolate banana espresso muffin (heated up in the microwave please). I have taken multiple out of towners here and have insisted they try the muffin. they LOVED it. the atmosphere is fun & hippy coffee shoppy (clearly I'm making up my own adjectives here..). this is the perfect place to come to before or after (or during, heck) Tulsa's cherry street farmers market in the summer. their patio is a go to for dog lovers and enjoying some nice Tulsa weather. not sure if they still do, but Saturday and Sunday mornings they used to bring in local musicians (and 10 points for gryffindor..). it was a win. basically you should try this place out and be prepared for a goooooood time.

    (4)
  • Kayley N.

    I think one should be able to eat pumpkin pie no matter the season nor the time of day. Hence why I had a slice of gluten free pumpkin pie and a soy mocha for breakfast the other morning. The pie was ridiculously good. My husband, who loathes my dietary restrictions, couldn't even tell that if was the horrific gluten free variety. And my mocha was perfect. I'll be back for multiple reasons: literally right around the corner from my church so I can pop in after Mass, only 5 minutes from my house, the staff is awesome, and Heirloom is getting on my last nerve with its downhill slide into 3 star rating territory so I needed someplace new. I also have to apologize to the staff and patrons as I had my 18 month old son with me. He really was trying to say, "Aw, shoot!" and not "Aw, shit!", I swear. I'm not that bad of a parent.

    (5)
  • Kendall S.

    This was another awesome stop on my short Tulsa adventure. I've never really been a coffee person, but I'm starting to enjoy it more and more. Places like this help me get into the spirit of appreciating expertly roasted beans + a dim and quiet atmosphere; the perfect equation for a lazy Sunday or a relaxing morning/evening. There's a tiny but cute patio outside the front, and then inside it was darker than I expected, and very cozy. I think it's a little crowded with all the furniture and tables and stools crammed into every available space, but hey, you'll most likely be able to find a seat! It was pretty busy at 2 PM on a Sunday afternoon with lots of students studying and friendly faces sipping java, so I expect that CHOCS is often full. Adam and I each ordered an iced coffee for the warm autumn afternoon. Adam went with the Iced Americano and I decided to try something new that sounded right up my alley: an Iced Grizzly Bear. It was delicious! Dark chocolate, espresso (and I got an extra shot), milk, cinnamon, and cayenne. Seriously, a handful of some of my most favorite flavors ever all beautifully blended into one powerful drink. I'm sure it's incredible served hot, especially on a cool eve, but it was also amazing on ice. Rich and lovely with just a hint of heat as you swallowed. I'd love to find a similar concoction at a coffee shop near home. I'll be on the lookout. CHOCS also has a ton of gorgeous freshly baked (in house) goodies to choose from, including several gluten free and vegan options. I saw some of the most dazzling pies I've ever seen in the display case.... the apple and cherry... oh man. If I hadn't just eaten an entire pizza, or if I'd been close to home, I definitely would have ordered a few things. GF pie, cheesecake, cookies... These desserts were insanely magnificent. I can't vouch for their taste because regretfully, I didn't order any. But next time I'm in town I won't make that mistake. I'm walking out of there with tons of baked goods. This sweet coffee house also serves a variety of tea, and lunch options like soup, sandwiches, fruit cups, and quiches. An all around splendid place to spend a few hours.

    (4)
  • David C.

    Cool atmosphere, fantastic lattes, great breakfast sandwich, good service, ample seating, extensive food menu. Would definitely come back.

    (5)
  • Meghann R.

    My flight was diverted to Tulsa due to weather, rather than wait to be delivered to Dallas to connect back to OKC I just got off the plane. The rental car agencies were closed, so I booked a hotel and my husband met me the next morning for a day in Tulsa. We both had some work to do, so we Yelp'd best coffee shops and found this place - pie was the main draw. It was pretty busy mid-Sunday morning with lots of end-of-semester paper writing and grading. It'd probably be easier to find a spot if you're solo and not in a group. We ended up in two seats at the bar in front of the barista, tucked away and with a good view of the weather and goings-on. I can't comment on the coffee, but I enjoyed my tea and cowboy cookie. I just wish we'd gotten to the pie! The wifi worked fine and I had easy access to a plug. All in all a nice spot to work and a productive rainy day.

    (3)
  • Gloria J.

    Very chill. Can get reading done here. Recommend the bottomless drip and soy dirty chai. Lots of gluten free options. Vegan heaven!! No password to login to wifi. I'll be back!!

    (5)
  • Dylan S.

    If you are gluten sensitive, rejoice. This place is THE best gluten free bakery. They have everything from cookies to cakes to pies that are all delicious. You can compare the gluten free cookies to the regular, there is no difference! The star has to be the sweetie, a delicious glazes pink sugar cookie with a slightly almond feel to it. It's gloriously good. The coffee is wonderful. Everything from French press to drip is available. The standard fare of lattes and such are available but their specials are also delicious. Try a drunken chipmunk! Great place to study or chill out. There's a deck that's pleasant on pretty days or a good amount of comfortable seating indoors, plus tables for 1-2 people for studying or conversation. Fantastic place. Love it love it!

    (5)
  • Clint B.

    This is a pretty solid coffee shop for my internet usage and studying. There's ample seating and power access for those that need it. This place is great for both solo adventurers like me and big groups; they have giant tables, small tables, bar space, and couches. The internet also pretty fast, even when the place is full of people on their computers and tablets. The staff is also very nice and they make some pretty good drinks. I've had their black coffee and the Polar Bear. Both were solid. This place also features a bottomless cup of coffee for $3.25 if you need a ton of coffee. This place also boast late hours, which is nice. I have not had the food here, but it looks good and tons of people come in just for the food. Moreover, there's outdoor seating on a spacious patio. Parking can be a little of a hassle. I simply park in a neighborhood a few blocks away and get a couple minutes of walking in. There's also many great places nearby. I recommend this place as a study spot or a place to grab some coffee on-the-go.

    (4)
  • Charles S.

    Hip and fun. Atmosphere and fresh pastries are what make this place stand out. Several chai teas have been had here and the locals from TU and surrounding nightlife give it a fun vibe. Sort of a good first date place. Booths for lots of friends and private seating for smaller intimate groups. Outside patio seating for those nice Oklahoma nights. Stop in and look around. You just might like it.

    (3)
  • Anna F.

    This is a nice coffeehouse with a relaxed atmosphere. The offerings include sandwiches, coffee, tea, and pastries. My cousin and I stopped in here last week for lunch. Being on a paleo diet, she couldn't order certain items on the menu. They were able to fix her a plate with vegetables, fruit, and meat. I ordered the grilled cheese sandwich which came with a side of chips and a bowl of fruit. We enjoyed our lunch and would come back.

    (4)
  • Maddox B.

    Hands down best coffee and deserts in the area. I can say no more; other than go and let the coffee speak for itself

    (5)
  • Nathan T.

    Overly sugared coffee options... If you like "coffee" drinks with animal names... This is the place for you.

    (3)
  • Ashley D.

    It seems like I almost always need a place to kill time when I am in T-town, and the Coffee House is usually my hang out of choice. They are only 5 minutes from downtown, which is where I usually am when I visit Tulsa. They have everything I could want in a coffee shop: a patio, lots of various seating, good coffee and tea, great desserts, and hip music. I usually order one of the coffee beverages from them, like the Honey Badger which has honey and cinnamon with a couple of other goodies. So yummy! Most recently, I ordered a London Fog, which is steamed milk and a tea bag. They have lots of flavors of tea but I chose the Lavender Earl Grey which was very floral and lovely. The bakers at the Coffee House really know what they are doing. They have cases and cases of homemade pies, cakes, pastries, and various other desserts. Everything looks so good! I am a sucker for homemade Pecan Pie, so I ordered a slice on my most recent visit and wasn't disappointed. The pie crust, which is the most important part, is light and flaky. So whether you want to hang out with friends, study, or like me, just have some down time, give Coffee House a try.

    (4)
  • Mosca M.

    This java joint here is just 1/2 mile or a 10 min walk from the house (whichever comes first I recon). Also my brother is the long-haired bearded cat wearing the tore up britches & pearl snaps serving the coffee in the evenings and what have ya. All the staff is great and are plenty patient to put up with me. Obviously this is a common hang out 1 or 2 nights out of the week. Now I'm a regular Folgers drinker in the mornings before my 1st nap so I'm not really a big time fancy coffee drinker but I do really like the normal ol' coffee they brew up here. From the looks on peoples faces I can be pretty sure that the fancy coffee with the leaves drawn on the cream and all that that goes with it must be pretty good. They also love to eat the baked up goods and I've had a few of the cookies and pie on occasion and I'll agree that they are much tasty and well worth it! The Pterodactyl Sammich is the bizness too! We'll worth a try! What I dig about the place is the atmosphere! The regulars are always great to catch up with. The music played is pretty groovy and they even have a Spiritual Vortex right there above the register!!! I KNOW, RIGHT!!! The outdoor sitting is wonderful and there is plenty of room out there when it's nice out. I hang out there and play in the outdoor fire place myself even when the weather is not-nice. They provide a ample amount of outlets so you can "lectrify" your favorite form of electronic social avoidance device and that is a mess of a handy feature too. I know I'm biased due to who I know there but it really is a wonderful & peaceful place to hang out. I recommend ya do & if'n by chance you see my long-haired silly ass doing a little jig and being ridiculous feel free to say "hay"!!!

    (5)
  • Amanda M.

    As soon as you walk in the door you've left Tulsa. Not to hate on Tulsa, but this place is so quaint, comfy, and sweet. I felt like I had retreated to a little nook somewhere in Europe. As soon as I walked in I just didn't want to leave, it's the ultimate place to study, to have a moment to yourself, share a nice meal with someone special... it's just a great place. The coffee is also phenomenal. I could drink their chai tea latte for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If I'm in Tulsa again, I'll be at The Coffee House.

    (5)
  • Nicholas J.

    This coffee house is everything Starbucks should aspire to be. Wonderful and affordable. The Coffeehouse in Tulsa presents a close-knit, intimate environment with a great atmosphere that encourages conversation. They have many varieties of coffee both hot and frozen. I got the highest size of frozen latte they had, 20 oz., for $5. They also serve a variety of desserts and other snacks. Their coconut cream pie is particularly good. The staff is super friendly and their checkout process has officially been connected to the 21st century. There's outdoor seating as well along with parking on the side and behind the store. Whether you're needing to unwind, meeting that friend or date or needing a place to work, the Coffeehouse is a great place to do it. I only wish I could clone it in my community.

    (5)
  • Cathy C.

    Definitely should be your "Go To" coffee shop in Tulsa!! Baked goods are out of this world !! Wonderfully tasty and hot chai tea latte!! I dropped in to kill a little time and now I don't want to leave! :)

    (5)
  • JD C.

    Great, great, great coffee shop for getting some work done or visiting with friends. Tons of seating, both for groups and private tables. Best deal here is the bottomless drip coffee. $3 and drink to your hearts content. It's calm, quiet, and dark lighting all around. Can't say enough about how great this place is. Really excellent.

    (5)
  • Adam W.

    Stopped in on a business trip in Tulsa last weekend. Loved the vibe, loved the coffee. Kicking back on the couch with an ultra-smooth Americano was a welcome break before getting back to the grind on Saturday. Goodies behind the glass looked awesome (though I didn't partake), and the employee manning the samovar was a rockstar, brewed coffee like a champion. While I don't frequent the fine city of Tulsa, I will definitely keep this location on my radar, should I return.

    (4)
  • Nicole V.

    Perfect. Exactly what a coffee (and tea) house should be. I had the coconut oolong tea, which was so delicious and fragrant. Delicious desserts as well!

    (5)
  • Deborah H.

    Very nice place. 3 stars for me means it would be one of my go to places if I lived in this area of Tulsa. Lots of people here having breakfast too. I just had coffee which was just as I requested an au lait.

    (3)
  • Joe P.

    Locally owned, amazing coffee, delicious foods. Always calm atmosphere, eclectic crowd. Nice place.

    (5)
  • Jami H.

    A coffee or tea lover's paradise. When you walk in, you are overwhelmed by the delicious pastry case with great options for people on special diets. The gluten free orange muffin I had the other day was better than any regular muffin or cupcake. But don't get so distracted that you miss the specials board and menu with tons of full service options. The gluten free waffles are out of this world. Sometimes the wait can be a bit long because this place is so awesome that everyone wants to go there. It can also be tough to find a place to sit on occasion. I can't fault them for that as its caused by their success. The coffee itself is perfectly crafted and delectable. And they have the best muddy chai in town. Their regular drip coffee is even delicious. Basically, immediately leave whatever coffee shop you're currently in and book it to CHOCS to get some real coffee and treats!

    (5)
  • Sarah M.

    My G-PA refers to sweet treats as being 'sinful'. G-Pa, please forgive me. This place has treats as tasty as they are beautiful. The bakers really put a lot of effort into always keeping the the baked-goods case full of innovative sweets. The coffee comes from Double Shot which is roasted locally and prides itself on freshness. I recommend having a solid regular cup of coffee to pair with a treat. There is a breakfast menu available in the morning and lunch is served with some homemade sandwiches, a daily soup and quiche which is all quite delightful. The cool kids call this joint, 'CHOCS'. CHOCS (that does make me feel cool) can provide homey fuzzies with its warm vibe.The patio is also a sweet hangout place in the warmer months. Sometimes local musicians showcase their talents. BONUS. FOOD-COFFEE-MUSIC-ART? Erm, yes. Yes, please.

    (4)
  • Crystal Diane D.

    This place feels like home. They have a lot of options for coffee drinks and a ridiculous amount of pastries to choose from, including vegan and gluten-free, which being a lac-tard I appreciate greatly. This is my go to spot to drink coffee and dessert When I was in college I practically lived on their patio, it was the perfect place to study and write papers.

    (4)
  • John L.

    Me and my girlfriend go here all the time and the coffee and atmosphere is amazing and the service is great. The only little problem I have is the food isn't priced well for what you get.

    (4)
  • Marty T.

    Their muddy chai is really excellent. Perfect blend of espresso, chai, and sweetness. They are fast but it is also good quality. I really like the amount of space they have throughout, you can usually find a seat and plenty of room. Their pies are very large and taste good, I would like to try their gluten free.

    (4)
  • Catherine W.

    Woah! The Coffee House on Cherry Street has really stepped up their game. The space has expanded. There are great breakfast options:scrambles, egg sandwiches... gluten free quiche!? Sigh me up! You can get a real cup of marsala chai and italian cream sodas. Bravo guys.

    (5)
  • Dianna S.

    My husband and I are such coffee snobs. It takes a lot to make us happy. We always approach a new coffee shop with trepidation. Will they or won't they? I mean, it's $5 a cup almost; an expensive risk at times. But we were thrilled with the Coffee House! We both got mochas and they were very creamy and perfectly sweet. Definitely glad we chose this place for coffee. They also have a nice breakfast menu that looked very good, and a case of pastries. My husband got the cutest bread pudding baked in a coffee cup. It was pretty tasty to boot. We went back for more coffee the next day, which is rare that we'd not try somewhere new instead (as we tend to do). It was just we knew we'd found something good, and just didn't want to risk it. Second go round I had a blackberry mocha and my husband got the Grizzly Bear, which was chocolate, cinnamon and cayenne. Mine was amazing as I expected. Hubby's was a little heavy handed on the cayenne, but tasty otherwise. Definitely recommend this place for coffee! Really cute atmosphere inside, and relaxing porch area outside as well.

    (4)
  • Aaron W.

    Looks more like an internet cafe/study hall than a cafe. Wasn't anywhere to sit... The coffee wasn't good, I had to pour it out. Happy to move on to the next place.

    (1)
  • Jacy R.

    Love this place! Found it on my first trip to Tulsa, had to go back the next day it was so great! Just visited again today on my second trip to town. They have wonderful gluten free options; a true rarity for those of us with allergies!

    (5)
  • Katherine N.

    It's always a nice spot to study. The baristas are always great. The pastries haven't been impressing me lately, but the chai is always a great one to try!

    (4)
  • Nadine E.

    I'm a coffee feign visiting OK, and was SO lucky to happen upon this adorable and respectable establishment. The source locally for their baked goods and food and the coffee is awesome. Second only to my favorite spot at home, I enjoyed my best latte ever at Coffee House on Cherry St. I wish I could have one right now! Thy welcome pets, offer free wifi and have lots of seating in a great ambience. Go There!

    (5)
  • Jessica L.

    Love the atmosphere of this coffee shop. The specialty drinks ate a tad sweet but overall, good coffee.

    (4)
  • James S.

    As a person who enjoys coffee and culture, I've grown to love this place. The combination of warm service, solid espresso drinks, fresh baked goods, and a cozy atmosphere, makes for a great experience that resembles a Seattle neighborhood cafe. As mentioned by Jeff T and others, the beans are locally roasted so freshness is never an issue. Quality of coffee is great, but just like most things in life, the bean variety and roast is personal taste. But, I think the true test of the CHOCS experience has to be the baked goods and breakfast. Prepped daily with local ingredients; nothing comes pre-prepared... And it shows. The Quiche and lemon pie have to be my favorites. So my suggestion is... If your seeking a comfy coffee house to settle into: Go for the coffee, but stay for some pie!

    (4)
  • Brian C.

    Good atmosphere. Nice selection for deserts. More than just a coffee shop. Good for afternoon tea, light breakfast, and weekend hangout.

    (5)
  • Jason M.

    I just love reading all these coffee snob reviews(go back to Starbucks!) I believe it's the best Mocha I have ever had..you know it awesome when u pay almost 6 bucks and don't mind a bit! Breakfast burritos are also probably the best ever..love the atmosphere also.

    (5)
  • Jesse K.

    I'm not a coffee drinker, but do enjoy the food and bakery deliciousness. There are a lot of people, including my wife, that seem to enjoy it, aka obsess about it. It's a great little hang out and they even have outdoor seating with some chairs around a fireplace for those days that are cool. I seem to always be too late to score those seats, but love the smell of the fire. (Makes me wonder if they sell s'mores??) Their breakfast burritos have been my favorite. The version during farmers market is way better as they get black beans and veggies in there. They have shrunk over the past year and a half, but still a decent size. We recently started to get the sunrise, bacon for me, eggs for us, and pancakes to share. But, the pancake recipe changed from almond extract amazingness to regular pancakes. If enough people ask for the old way, maybe we can sway them!! Either way, good place to visit.

    (4)
  • Casey C.

    Coffee was bland and thin, I had iced white mocha but probably should have ordered a hot drink, seemed like their forte. The guy at the register also seemed a bit pretentious. Some of their bakery items looked amazing, but 6.50 for a very small piece of cheesecake...no thanks we already ate anyway. Atmosphere is wonderful! Plenty of comfy places to sit including couches, leather chairs, and pillows on all seats. That being said, I would rather drink good coffee in a bad atmosphere than vice versa. I will choose one of the other 25762157 coffee shops in tulsa to frequent.

    (2)
  • Jessica J.

    Despite all of the new and interesting coffee houses that have recently popped up around Tulsa, CHOCS remains one of my favorites. The place is cozy, eclectic and serves up my favorite Topeca coffee, which happens to be locally roasted in nearby downtown Tulsa. Furthermore, the breakfast options are as good or better than any other casual place in town and the baked goods are hard to beat! There is free wifi so it's a perfect place to park it in the morning to knock out a few emails, although be warned - if you plan to stay a while, they prefer to save their tables for paying customers, not those just looking for a free connection. This is a great place for a lazy weekend morning to relax, enjoy a cup of joe and listen to the live music after 11AM. If it is a table you want, you might show up before 10AM as it tends to get crowded later in the morning. If you are an early riser, be sure to make a quick trip through the Saturday morning farmers market beforehand - it is just down the street and offers up some of the best fresh produce/meats/dairy in town. Also, if you are a latte fan, CHOCS serves up some of the best. For you out-of-towners: if you are hunting for a local Tulsa vibe, this is a must-do!

    (4)
  • Rich G.

    Staff can work on customer service skills. Not the best coffee. The food and the atmosphere are the only plus

    (2)
  • Kelly K.

    Walked in, in desperate need of a good cup of joe and was pleasantly surprised by the crunchy urban atmosphere. The waft immediately smacked me when we walked into the door and my nose was instantly pleased. Nothing better than a good cup of coffee on an early Sunday morning. It gets better! The menu is packed with tasty morsels for breakfast as well as someone with a sweet tooth. The walls were lined with local artwork and the available seating was warm and welcoming. If needed there are dark corners to read your paper in silence and a circular couch for socializing. About half way thru mine and my brothers coffee a woman got on stage and started to serenade the coffee house. I am giving this place 5 stars because if I lived in Tulsa, I would live here. So relaxing, inviting and aromatic. Can't wait to visit again soon.

    (5)
  • Kerbie D.

    The atmosphere is great, but I had a less than pleasant first experience here. I ordered a sandwich that took 26 minutes to arrive and for $10 it was very unimpressive. Not only is this time unacceptable, my sandwich also did not have the sauce I asked for. When I asked the employee at the register if I could get the sauce for my sandwich, he did not apologize--didn't say one word. He returned with containers, shoved them in my hands, and walked off. I will not be coming back because of the unfriendliness and the poor attention to quality. I might understand if the establishment had been busy, but it was not. And I made it clear this was my first experience.

    (2)
  • John S.

    Charming little coffee shop. Friendly employees, good drinks, and comfortable atmosphere. On Sunday mornings they have a group of elderly people that play old jazz/blues songs. Highly recommend checking them out. Gwen is one of the singers.

    (4)
  • Katherine B.

    They abuse their coffee. In the past, I have seen certain staff members reuse old coffee filters in new pots of coffee. There is also $5 credit card minimum (most places usually put the bar at $3), but really that is fine because their coffee and baked goods are a little over-priced anyways. This place is okay if you just want to stop in a grab a quick cup of something after eating/shopping on Cherry Street, but honestly I cannot believe anyone would make this a regular spot.

    (2)
  • Kassie P.

    I have tried this place several times over the years, and have never been that impressed. The pastries are good, the atmosphere is cozy, the food is decent, but the coffee is so so.

    (3)
  • Jael H.

    Oh CHOCS, your amazing abundance of baked goods are bad for my diet. And I love you all the more for it. Seriously awesome pastries, cream cheese brownies, pies, etc. The espresso drinks I've had here were solid and the baristas have always been at minimum polite, if not genuinely friendly. I'm not a fan of double shot's drip coffee, which is their house offering, but that's just my preference. Love the patio and the cozy atmosphere of this place. See you there. :)

    (4)
  • Kimberly H.

    I love this little coffee shop. It's comfortable inside and out. A great place to read, study or chat. Not overly pretentious, but not uninterested in there craft a good balance in barista personality. They make tasty coffee and delicious baked goods. (mmm...cowboy cookies!) I'd be totally happy and content going here every other day if I lived in Tulsa.

    (5)
  • Stacy H.

    CHOCS provides a unique venue that I will say in enjoyable, and the outdoor seating area (with fireplace) is quite nice, too. Their pastries are yummy, too. But... that said, I do not go here for the coffee. If you're looking for quality coffee, then know that this place is definitely NOT passionate about their coffee. If you're looking for the very best coffee you'll ever taste (recommend the americano), then go to DoubleShot at 18th & Boston in Tulsa. THAT is the best coffee I have ever tasted, and I have lived all over the country and travelled internationally. Brian, the owner of DoubleShot, has perfected the art of roasting his beans! I do find it odd that CHOCS buys their coffee from DoubleShot... how on earth they manage to ruin the coffee is still a mystery to me. They need serious help from Brian, the owner of DoubleShot. Also on the bad side with CHOCS: 5 dollar minimum on your debit/credit card and not even one free refill on what is already--as one reviewer aptly stated--"abused" coffee.

    (2)
  • Cas K.

    A nice espresso, bright with a slightly sweet aftertaste. Welcoming relaxed atmosphere with fresh ingredients. Sandwich came with a treat (fresh baked crunchy peanut chocolate cereal!)

    (5)
  • Ally W.

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    (5)
  • Bekah M.

    I have driven past the nice little piece of Austin in Tulsa a few times without the chance to stop. This morning, after missing my turn, was the perfect opportunity. I walked in and immediately was greeted with my favorite small, coffee, without the lingering stench of burned espresso that is always found in the big green hued chain. I ordered a non-fat latte with one of the sugar free options and started looking through the pastry case longingly. As a girl with a host of odd food allergies I never get the chance to taste any of the yummy treats. When I saw the "VEGAN Pumpkin Muffins" and almost whooped out loud. I didn't have the chance to get one but you better believe after the best cup of coffee I have had in a LONG time, I will be back for one!

    (5)
  • Kimmy D.

    Great establishment. We had live entertainment on a Sunday morning over breakfast. Cozy little place

    (5)
  • LaChelle S.

    If I lived in Tulsa, I would so study here! It's F*ing awesome. Little rooms and inlets, couches, comfy and eclectic seating, homey patio outside. What more do you need?

    (5)
  • Jonathan S.

    Great place to go and hang out with your friends. The coffee is decent, but the smoothies are a bit on the extra sweet side. The atmosphere is quirky and warm. It tends to get loud when busy, parking is murder, and the seems like they packed as many chairs in a small area as possible, all signs of a ever growing business. Overall enjoyable.

    (4)
  • Tyler S.

    Not the best coffee shop in town, but easily the best baked goods in town. Pies and cakes are always ridiculously good.

    (4)
  • Knuckles G.

    Well I was excited to try this place. The atmosphere seemed pretty versatile, families eating, people reading, yet still relaxed and quite. Here's where disappointment sets in: so I order what was exactly written on the menu a Veggie Bagel consisting of hummus, Gouda, spinach, tomato, cucumber, onion on an Everything Bagel. I wait and I wait my husband had done eaten his breakfast and at this point I'm thinking they honestly forgot. We flag one of the waitresses who stated that what I ordered takes a little longer due to the fact they have to cut up the vegetables. Really? I'm no chef but with the listed ingredients I wasn't understanding this arduous vegetable cutting that was apparently happening back in the kitchen. So now I'm expecting a 5 star butt kicking bagel instead I'm brought a toasted Plain White Bagel with no Gouda, shredded carrots, no cucumbers and really a teaspoon of hummus. So I take it back and point to the sign of what I ordered. I guess the manager brings the plate back to me and gives some half excuse that made it sound like I wasn't understanding what I ordered. I asked about the everything bagel and cheese and was told those things were not available. Hey I understand that but that coulda been told to me before the order. So I change the order to a muffin the manager brings the muffin and starts to walk away until I tell her there is a $5 difference in what I ordered and if we can get the difference back. She seemed annoyed and refunded the difference. I really couldn't have been any nicer bout it but they seemed extremely annoyed. Hey I've worked in fast food so I know what it means to be as gracious and accommodateing to the customer that needs help. Was not impressed by the service at all

    (1)
  • Elizabeth S.

    Patio area is perfect. Especially on a hot sunny day. And there is always good people around you to make polite conversation. The service usually is awful. The people that work there are very rude, and bothered by you wanting them to make you a drink. I got a chai there once and it made me sick. When I asked to see the milk that they use it was local, and didn't even have an expiration date. I'll never get a drink with milk in it again there!

    (2)
  • Sarah B.

    Coffee is awesome! I would only come here for the coffee and desserts but not to stay. More for college students. Not a neat place. Desserts are delicious.

    (4)
  • Cody B.

    This coffee shop straddles the line between cramped and cozy, but their drinks and pastries certainly make it good enough to stop. Whether or not you stay will be dictated based on availability of chairs.

    (3)
  • Record S.

    fun live music great service and cool atmosphere if you are into being a hippy and sometimes I am.

    (3)
  • Natalie D.

    This is a good place for coffee, breakfast or dessert.

    (4)
  • Makenzi J.

    Love this quiet little coffee house. Amazing people, food and atmosphere! Free WiFi, and lots of seating. From tables outdoors, to tables and sofas inside.

    (4)
  • Amy V.

    The atmosphere here is just right. The lattes are delicious and pretty as well. The customer service is great and they have a variety of quality simple foods. I wasn't crazy about the "veggie egg burrito" but shouldve known not to get one at a coffee shop. It was very filling and the perfect temperature but hardly any veggies. I love coming here anytime of the day.

    (4)
  • Adam N.

    This is my favorite coffee spot in Tulsa. From the food to the people to the coffee..expect what you would want from any quintessentially awesome hipster coffee spot.

    (5)
  • Chelsea D.

    CHOCS is a pretty good place to hang out. They have good seating and it tends to be quieter than Shades in my experience. I'm really not sure if that's true now that they've opened it up so much, though. It tends to feel more crowded than Shades, as well, and their chai isn't quite as good (although I don't know anything about their coffee), and it's too expensive. That being said, CHOCS has the best food & baked goods! I've had their vegan chocolate chip cookie, vegan cherry almond cookie, carrot cake, quiche, and it's all been delicious.

    (4)
  • Vickie B.

    My girlfriend and I stopped in after a brisk work-out for a cuppa. The coffee was very good, cool eclectic setting complete with a cast of interesting local characters... Top that off with fast, free wifi, what more could you ask for?

    (4)
  • Thom C.

    Great place to hang out with good coffee

    (5)
  • Lisa M.

    Five stars for the peanut butter pie. I never thought I'd say that a coffee house dessert was among the best I've ever had, but so be it. If you at all like peanut butter you have GOT to come here and try this pie.

    (5)
  • Aileen M.

    Hubby and I enjoy coming in here to read or have a dessert! They have a great selection of homemade cakes. They also have a vegan dessert selection. My hubby's fav is the Choc's pie and i love their carrot cake!! YUM!! All these wonderful dessert with great customer service!

    (5)
  • Ryan R.

    The coffee is unpalatable, it's always overcrowded, and parking is always an issue. But you can't beat the location.

    (2)
  • Amanda R.

    When seeking coffee in a new city, I always try to scope out the local haunts. No Starbucks for me (yes, I'm that snob). I try to judge based on quality of the coffee, ambiance of the coffeehouse/cafe, and whether I could see myself visiting regularly if I lived in that locale. The Coffee House on Cherry Street pretty much fits the bill. The space is quirky and eclectic. There is a patio in front with a fire pit and French doors leading inside. The interior is cozy, yet roomy, with a diverse collection of sofas, chairs, and tables--more like someone's funky-yet-classy living room than a typical cafe. There is a bakery case up front, with the usual biscotti and muffins and other tasty treats. The baristas look suitably hip and a bit scruffy (I'm sure they're painters or in bands), but are not so full of attitude you want to ring their necks. I got my usual latte, which was frothy and strong. Holds up to KC's own Broadway Cafe, my usual measure of quality. SO, not being a coffee drinker, go the hot chai; it was good, but could have used more spice. The blueberry muffin I ate with my coffee was nothing short of fantastic--nice and crusty on top, with moist blueberries, yum. Only snag involved SO's grilled berry strudel, which failed to arrive after 15 minutes. Turns out the timer never went off and the barista got busy taking other orders. He was apologetic about the mistake, and SO accepted the slightly overdone pastry (which thankfully had not burnt). Overall, a good experience and good coffee. If I lived in Tulsa, I'd happily visit again.

    (4)
  • Leighton P.

    Great coffee, great service. Vegan pumpkin muffins! While traveling through Oklahoma, we stayed in Tulsa for a few days, and didn't expect much, but a friend suggested we come here, and it was well worth it. Good ambiance, great outdoor patio.

    (4)
  • Hillary S.

    I really do love this place. The funky furniture, friendly vibe and great food and coffee all contribute to an overall great experience whenever I make it to Tulsa. I can just sit there for hours, getting work done and enjoying a hot beverage and tasty snack. The peanut butter pie is super sweet but delicious. Same with the carrot cake. I love their sandwiches, especially the brie and prosciutto one. Only four stars instead of five because the seating could stand to be a little more comfortable. I love the look of the furniture but I often end up getting a little stiff sitting in the long bench they have. Also some of the stuff is WAYYYYY overpriced. I had an egg sandwich that was insanely expensive -- forget how much, but they shouldn't be more than $5 at a place like this.

    (4)
  • Quinton D.

    Recently remodeled, has great ambience, great patio (fyi no rain covet), prices are a bit steep(but located in a high rent area), fast WiFi, good pastries, nice furniture, rustic.

    (4)
  • Cherie F.

    I can taste the love in their food! Their baked goods are excellent! Breakfast is quick, tasty, and reasonably priced, and the coffee is superb. I have met many new friends through chilling at the coffee house with my son who is seven. We love to stop by for coffee and then hit the Cherry Street Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings! Highly recommend! Cherie

    (5)
  • Rebecca F.

    Good food? Check. Good cup of joe? Check. Friendly service? Double check. This is my favorite place to go. I agree with Jeff H. in that it was practically my office last year, and it would be still if not for the fact that I don't have a job. Don't even NEED an office! So.... my heart still belongs to CHOCS (no one calls it that). Also- no one in town makes my super-special jet-fuel-mocha-tall-in-a-short-to-go-cup-please quite like they do. Especially Sean and Aaron; they are great great great mocha-makers.

    (5)
  • Jean-Paul E.

    I'll give this place a 4 for the ambiance (furniture, art, layout, music, etc., etc.). The layout is cool. I like the little cubby-holes you can burrow into while you drink a cup o' Joe. Did I just say cubby-hole? Indeed. It somewhat reminds me of a Polish bar in Denver, also a cubby-hole, called Kinga's on Colfax. It is a comfortable shop, certainly to spend some considerable time in, with furniture that won't give you a hernia. I gladly spent 4 hours here getting work done (in that respect, plugs also don't seem to be a problem, if you need to plug in the laptop). Not to mention, the Coffee House (despite it simple name) reminds me that there is some artistic culture in Tulsa, my old home town of yore. This is evidenced by the clientele, staff, and some art on the walls worthy of mention. I'll be in Tulsa for another couple weeks for the holidays. I'll be back here a half dozen more times I'm sure. =)

    (4)
  • Vickie L.

    Get here early, or you won't get a seat anywhere! I went on a Sunday night and could not find a seat inside, luckily it was nice outside we grabbed the last table outside. Lots of students and study groups inside with their books and laptops. Atmosphere is nice, nice tables, big chairs, unpretentious. But I also think they were trying a bit hard to have that coffee house feel like Shades of Brown, but not as hippie-ish as them. Outdoor seating was really nice, but they allow smoking outside, so that put a damper as we were sitting downwind of the smokers. Right outside the door there's about 8 seats next to a fire and chimnea. Hot chocolate was not very good, it wasn't very sweet and did not have a good chocolate flavor. On the bright side, the large size was humongous! I just had to drink a large size of a not-so-good drink though to get my money's worth. Lots of delicious looking treats in the counter, but prices aren't listed anywhere - I hate that. But overall, a nice place to go for a chat and to get some work done.

    (3)
  • Nathan B.

    5 stars. Wonderful espresso (I got a latte), although a tad on the pricey side for espresso drinks (about $5 for a large) it's worth it. If you want great product then you pay for great product am I right? The staff is kind and knowledgable about coffee. The atmosphere is dark and nice and cool inside even if it's hot outside. When it's very busy the seating is limited and the line can pile up around the door but this place is a gold mine for great coffee in the Tulsa area.

    (5)
  • Tawny T.

    Second-best shop in Tulsa, but could easily be taken out by a similarly-located local competitor with lower prices and better drinks. That said, it's a nice alternative to Shades of Brown when they are doing a live music night, and the fact that Coffeehouse has a porch is a bit of a plus. They aren't afraid to charge you $3 for chocolate milk though, so watch out!

    (3)
  • darthchau t.

    The layout of the Coffee House on Cherry Street is very random. It's got a long bench in the back (Iike it came from an old church) with tables lining it, a round talbe in the center and a collage of random furniture. It is a popular place but is a bit uncomfortable. 2 coffees, 1 pie and 1 sandwich came to $16. I would go back again.

    (3)
  • Dean N.

    Always stop by here and have a cup of coffee while in town. Great coffee......

    (4)
  • Brit T.

    I have always liked their coffee and atmosphere, but I've decided I will never be back. The people are rude. I'm not going to pay those prices to be treated like I'm an idiot because I'm wearing a pencil skirt. But what really set me off was the $5 minimum on credit cards. Not only is it against Visa's rules to enforce a minimum (a simple phone call to Visa would probably solve that problem) but I can't stand it when employees blindly follow rules! Obviously it would be better for them to let me charge $4.50 to my credit card, and pay a minimal fee, than to let me walk out and lose the sale because I didn't want to add a $3 muffin. Duh.

    (2)
  • Julie L.

    Best place by far in Tulsa to get coffee at. Very cozy atmosphere.

    (5)
  • Sue D.

    Cute coffee shop with great atmosphere and art! But the prices are a bit steep for a cup of joe. Small hazelnut latte - $5. The prices aren't listed anywhere...so becareful when ordering.

    (3)
  • Nick B.

    This is a good coffee shop... the drinks are good, the staff is extremely friendly and the building dirty(i've seen a mouse there on two different visits. one time a cat brought a mouse back from the kitchen to eat it next to me.) I'll probably go back with friends but if I'm by myself there are better coffee shops to go to.

    (3)
  • b w.

    Dogs are no longer allowed.

    (4)
  • Peylin F.

    cute little coffee shop on, you guessed it, cherry street. love the laid back atmosphere. you can also sit outside and do some people watching. i liked how they have different flavors of apple cider (whatever apple is in season). i tried their honeycrisp apple cider and it was delish.

    (4)
  • George A.

    I'm grading on a curve here as there aren't that many options in Tulsa. Coffee is not that good and way overpriced even by my Seattle standards. Pastries looked decent. Staff is a tad bit hipster/pretentious, but seems friendly enough. I do love the location and the atmosphere inside with all the random furniture. Can definitely waste an entire day in here if I find a good spot and get comfortable.

    (4)
  • ChianWen T.

    Tulsa is one sad sad sad place. The Coffee House On Cherry Street may be the best it has going on for it. It's the gathering place for people who wish they were in Ann Arbor to soak up some NPR pretentiousness.

    (3)
  • Heather C.

    love this place! it's vibe is perfect. decor is great & food & coffee are even better!

    (5)
  • Maggie A.

    Technically, I'm reviewing a wonderful place that belongs to a friend of a friend of my boyfriend, so I say that to be fair, but it wouldn't change one word if I knew nobody. On a recent visit to Tulsa, I was brought here because it's pretty well known to all who have met me for 5 minutes that I really love really good coffee. Apparently coffee art in lattes is something that is done in Tulsa, but it tickled me because even coffee-centric Portland has never offered me such joy on top of joy in my cup (yes, I'm easily amused...). The atmosphere reminded me of a place I used to go in college that was very much pre-Starbucks (meaning pre-cold, flavorless and cookie cutter atmosphere), but then taken to even the next level of welcoming and cozy. It really is like visiting someone's home to walk into this place, and there are so many things to look at and enjoy - books, old albums, artwork, photography (really very cool photography, actually). Even better was seeing how owner Cheri seemed to know *everyone* and interacted with tons of people in just the hour or so we were there, and it made me wish that I lived there and was just part of the whole neighborhood or something. The latte was as delicious as I hoped, but the incredible and warm atmosphere really blew me away. Wi-Fi people were clearly happy folks, but even without a laptop of my own, I had a great time.

    (5)
  • Victoria L.

    I'm a fan. I love the coffee here. The outside patio is a plus in the summer prices are not cheap but get started on a frequent punch card and you'll be good! One of the best in Tulsa.

    (4)
  • Andrew R.

    Some of the best coffee I've had between Portland and Brooklyn. When a less experienced barista botched my wife's iced mocha, all I had to do was ask, "Can we go for round 2 on this? She's trying really hard to enjoy this and it's not happening." The barista made a new one and it was simply perfect. Great coffee, great bakery items, and an ambiance that says "common space" without screaming it out loud. The Coffee House is an oasis of sophisticated yet unpretentious funk in an otherwise bland city.

    (5)
  • melissa c.

    in all places i live, i gravitate towards one good coffee shop, one good bar, and usually one good restaurant. this is my one good coffee shop. the food is delicious, and for the non-meat eating, mostly veggie-tarian. (they do serve some animals) the barista's use their creativity to adorn your coffee cup with pretty shapes in the foam, like the shapes of clouds to a child. i've gotten great tips to shows and events in tulsa from the good people who both work and play there. thank god for good people, its renewed my faith in tulsa, for without them...it'd just be another notch on the bible belt.

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :6:30 am - 11:00pm
  • Mon : 6:30 am - 11:00pm

Specialities

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

The Coffee House On Cherry Street

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