Rosa Cantina

(5 Reviews)
302 S Cheyenne Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103, USA

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Category: Restaurant,
Address: 302 S Cheyenne Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103, USA
Zip code: 74103
Opening hours (Edit)
Tuesday:11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday:11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday:11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday:11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday:4:00 – 10:00 PM
Sunday:4:00 – 9:00 PM

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Trent Ballard on Google

    (April 14, 2024, 7:45 pm)

    Love this place! We stopped in after a concert last night and the hospitality was off the chart. The owner, manager and wait staff treated us like we were family! The food and drinks were off the charts! Next time we are in town we will definitely revisit this place. Highly recommend!

  • Roonie Leittem-Murrell on Google

    (April 12, 2024, 7:43 pm)

    Had pulled pork nachos and Sangria. The waiter brought us chips and 3 kinds of salsas,, (we had never been there before). Everything was great! He also brought us 3 kinds of siracha for the nachos. The nachos were the best I’ve ever had. The Sangria was very tasty also. Wait staff was very friendly and accommodating! Rosa’s is a great place.

  • Stacey Rubio on Google

    (June 20, 2023, 12:32 am)

    I can’t say enough good things about this place! We went for brunch on a Sunday. I had the Biscuit with Gravy. (Chorizo and green chili gravy topped with eggs 😋) and my BF had the chorizo and fried shrimp tacos. We also had the chips and queso which were excellent! Now let’s talk about the drinks. I started with a margarita Rosa. It’s their frozen margarita with a Rosa floater. Delicious. I let the bartender (Josh) make me whatever he wanted and he served me up a hibiscus tea and mezcal margarita. SO wonderful. The atmosphere is chill and all the staff were incredibly friendly. We live downtown so I feel safe to say we have a new brunch spot 😍 I will be back to try dinner though!

  • Justin Cooper on Google

    (April 17, 2023, 3:27 pm)

    Great new Downtown Tulsa spot (w/ patio!) for tacos and margaritas or weekend brunch fare. This is definitely going to be the go-to spot for a quick bite and drink prior to a show at the BOK but, having been in now a couple of times during the day, also a fantastic spot to set up camp for your next "Sunday Funday."

    For that "Sunday Funday," I love the simple, clean ambiance at Rosa. It's bright and open with exposed brick, hanging plants, and what I would describe as a "desert boho" color scheme. The menu is simple but creatively inspired. We had the Pork Adobada and the crispy Cantina Fish tacos. Both were served in ample portions and were light and fresh tasting - perfect on a warm, spring day. I had to steal a photo of someone's Rosa Poutine (w/ Chorizo Gravy) off the brunch menu as it just looked to delicious not to share. We also enjoyed a sampling of salsa, queso, and guacamole. The salsa is deliciously smokey (chipotle peppers or adobo perhaps?) while the guacamole is exactly as it should be - simple, and not overdone. The queso crock from the brunch menu was a large enough portion for our table of 8 to share.

    As the menu suggests, the cocktails are, indeed, damn strong. Every cocktail we tried was tasty and well crafted. The Old Mexican Friend and the Acapulco were terrific Mezcal cocktails served up. The elderflower liquor and grapefruit in the Old Mexican Friend made for a light, aromatic taste while the fresh orange in the Acapulco (which tasted a bit boozier) added a hint of fruitiness without taking away from the smokiness of the mezcal. For my money, though, you can't go wrong with the Frozen Rosa which is Rosa's frozen margarita with a swirl of house made sangria. It's slightly tart, tequila heavy, and not as sweet as other iterations of this cocktail that I've had elsewhere which was a welcome surprise.

    All and all, great ambiance, great food, great drinks, ample portions, and reasonable pricing. Will definitely be back.

  • Amy Venable on Google

    (April 7, 2023, 1:55 am)

    We tried Rosa for brunch. It is unique and has a spicy edge to it but still offers some classic brunch dishes. We tried the breakfast burrito, fish tacos, and biscuits with spicy gravy. The mimosas are made with freshly squeezed orange juice—the only way.

    This space is truly special. The entrance is visually stunning with a pink desert scene painted on the wooden fenced patio. The atmosphere, decor, and patio are also lovely. This place will only get better—after working out a few normal new restaurant kinks. Downtown parking is not too bad on a regular day but seems you can park right out front on non concert nights.

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