Prospect Local Bar & Kitchen
Food quite good, service average & prices fair. However, seeing that we had 6:30 reservation and they weren’t busy, seemed unusual that they would already be out of a couple of main dishes and their bread pudding.
It’s the Lobby Bar at the Indigo Hotel downtown. You would never know it’s a restaurant. Service was very good
Prospect is located in the new Hotel Indigo but it is very easy to get to with free parking. The menu is
home cooking with a twist- meatloaf, fried cat fish, burgers, even vegetarian options. We went for the Fried Chicken night special on Thursdays and it is an amazing value- all the fixings served family style and half price Rose by the glass! The service was friendly and prompt and the mixed drinks are great. Afterwards visit the beautiful Roof top bar on the 6th floor- Roof Sixty Six- for an after dinner drink. You will love the view!
Great name. Great menu. It is merely a small, crappy hotel restaurant...
The look of yhe restaurant was great, setvice needs some work. Seemed very disorganized, not bad attitudes; just very chaotic. Food was ok, some was cold, things listed on menu were left off the plates. We won’t go back till it has had some time to get it together. Upstairs bar was great!
Modern deco restaurant and top floor bar with skyline view in new, sleek Hotel Indigo. Authentic menu with time-tested favorites from experienced Tulsa Chef Kevin Kihle, plus locally sourced ingredients. Our table of four started with meat and cheese sampler board, which proved more than filling as the women settled on fresh greens salads for main course, while one fellow chose the pot roast, served with mashed potatoes and veggies in rich broth, and the other selected homemade meatloaf with mashed potatoes and homemade cold slaw. Our local newspaper food writer had recently given Prospect Local Kitchen his highest rating, and we wanted to check it out for ourselves. We were very pleased with our fine service and superb meal presentation, given that Sir Elton John was in town for his farewell tour, and the hotel was packed with fans. Prospect Bar on the 6th Floor enjoys a bird's eye view of Tulsa's downtown, from Diller baseball park to the many Church steeples. Free off-street parking for locals.
Food was good, not great. Mashed potatoes were sticky and room temperature. The amount of gravy to go with the potatoes was insufficient, (almost like a garnish). Green beans were wonderful, (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, 5 stars). Diet Coke was served in a can. Waitress was very nice. Our waitress, a sweet girl gave lots of effort but not a pro, still her niceness made up for any shortcomings. The couple at the table next to us finally left after waiting for more than 30 minutes for their dessert, (bread pudding). Still, the Thursday night fried chicken dinner was absolutely worth it. Every negative thing could easily be remedied. I have high hopes that it will be since we plan on going back!
Third time we have dined here. We began at Roof 66 bar. Very cool. It was New Years Eve so the Roof 66 bar and the restaurant were very busy. We had a longer wait time for our reservation to sit at the restaurant bar to dine (bar was our preferred seating). But they were very nice and the food is worth the wait. Very attentive to us while we waited. We just had another cocktail. All was good. Thank you!
I read the Tulsa World review and decided to try it on Thursday night. It was so good, we went back on Saturday. We also visited the Roof 66 bar at the top of the Indigo Hotel. They share staff so we saw some of the same people. Both venues were awesome.
Prospect Local is off to a good start. We visited about two to three weeks after opening and the food, service and value for what you ordered were above what one would have expected from a newly-opened restaurant. Hopefully, they will keep impressing us!
Thank you! Hope to see you again really soon!