OK, so it's a bit spendy—so is everything else in Utica Square. Stonehorse is one of the few reliable places in Tulsa where foodies can indulge. Chefs prepare a seasonal menu in the open kitchen, and the selections vary not just by month, but by day, depending on what's fresh and fabulous. You could have rack of Colorado lamb one day and pistachio-crusted halibut the next (wood-fired pizzas are always available) and you'd have no shortage of excellent wines to pair it with. Their single dining room—a small one at that—is packed with 60 seats smushed in tight together. Between that, the dim lighting and the open kitchen that dominates the scene, Stonehorse doesn't leave a strong visual impression, but it’s all the better so you can focus on the food.