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After making the long journey with your Tulsa moving company and unpacking and getting settled in, we here at All My Sons Moving & Storage know that you will have worked up an appetite.
The only problem is that you have no idea where to go – after all, you just finished moving to Tulsa and have not had time to explore yet. Luckily, your local Tulsa movers have the perfect solution! Since you will most likely be craving something that is guaranteed to take away your hunger, be sure to check out one of these five restaurants that serve the best burgers in Tulsa.

1. Linda-Mar Drive-In. Open in Tulsa for almost four decades, this drive-in burger joint is known for their double meat and cheese on Texas toast “Westside Burger” – your Tulsa movers’ favorite.

2. Bill’s Jumbo Burgers. A long-time favorite of the locals, you will definitely not have to worry about being hungry after leaving once you try their two pound “Double Okie” burger.

3. Hop Bunz Crafted Burger & Beers. One of Tulsa’s favorite craft burger joints, come try the “Chicken Enchilada Burger,” which has ground chicken, pepper jack cheese, a fried egg, tortilla strips and pico de gallo.

4. Weber’s Superior Root Beer Restaurant. Started in 1933, this Tulsa restaurant is known for their delicious burgers and homemade root beer.

5. Brownies Gourmet Burgers. Don’t be surprised if your Tulsa movers want to come with you to enjoy these delicious burgers. If you’re feeling brave, try the “It Is What It Is” burger, described as “don’t ask…its chef’s choice of a burger not the on the menu.”

Just because summer is now over and it is officially fall does not mean that you cannot still enjoy the outdoors. In fact, Tulsa is known for their outdoor restaurants and has some of the best patios in the Midwest and in the South for fall dining.

While your Tulsa movers finish unloading all of your family’s belongings from the moving truck, take a break and celebrate moving to Tulsa by checking out this list from All My Sons Moving & Storage of best outdoor Tulsa restaurants to try for a great fall dining experience outside in Tulsa.

R Bar & Grill

Since it’s opening, Tulsa moving companies have noticed that this Tulsa restaurant has been packed ever since. Known for their famous chicken and waffles, specialty pizzas and burgers, you enjoy everything off their menu on “the biggest deck in town.” If you want to make a day out of this visit, then come for their Sunday brunch – chances are you will not want to leave!

McNellie’s South City

Created in the image of the famous pubs from Ireland, this where the locals and Tulsa movers come in order to try one of their 350 beers and counting. This fall, you and your family will want to come to this restaurant all the time in order to take advantage of the table tennis tournaments on their patio.


One of Tulsa’s restaurants that is all patio, Tulsa moving companies have discovered that this is a great place for people watching. Everyone from roller skaters, runners, cyclists, dogs, and ducks take a stroll along the nearby river – soon, you will one of them!

Are you and your family planning on using Tulsa movers to relocate to Oklahoma? If so, don’t be surprised when your kids and the rest of your family beg for a break from unpacking all their belongings. After all, what is the fun of moving to a new city if you do not get to branch out and explore the city?

In order to get to know your city better, make sure to explore some of these fun events while your Tulsa moving company finishes unloading the rest of your moving boxes for you. The best part is these are three free Tulsa fall events.

1. AHHA Imagination Days. From 1-5 p.m. on October 17 and November 21, take your children of all ages to the Hardesty Arts Center event in the Brady Arts District. While here, they will be able to partake in art projects, storytelling, dance, and music.

2. First Friday Art Crawl. On October 2 and November 6 from 6-9 p.m., come explore Brady Street, Guthrie Green and the museums of the Brady Arts District. This monthly art crawl is one of the best ways to get to know the area and get involved within the Tulsa community!

3. BooHaHa in Brookside. A local tradition, come dressed up and get ready to celebrate Halloween with everyone from new residents, locals, and even your Tulsa movers. All you have to do is make your way to Peoria Avenue in the Brookside area on October 31. Trick-or-treating starts at noon, with costume contests (even for pets!) and the main parade beginning at 3 p.m.

If you and your family are planning on moving to Tulsa anytime soon, then your kids will have something extra exciting to look forward to – STEM!

STEM, an acronym for the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, is an educational program designed to increase interest and improve the skill set of young kids within the science and technology program. Tulsa movers know that families with kids will be excited to learn that the local school system sent students to learn more about the STEM program at The Flight Night STEM Exploratorium, hosted by the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance.

At the recent event, about 30 businesses and organizations provided hands-on interactive activities, which were designed to expose students to local careers involving STEM and to make them more interested in having careers within the science field. In fact, those families using Tulsa moving companies to settle into their new home are not the only ones who get to benefit from the program. Just last year, the Flight Night STEM program funded roughly 20 programs, reaching 20,000 students in total.

Those families moving to Tulsa for a better education have definitely made the right decision, especially since more than 1,300 Tulsa students showed up for this past event. In fact, students from all over the area, coming from Tulsa, Owasso, Jenks, Union, Broken Arrow and Collinsville came to attend the event.

Some of the businesses and organizations that had booths at the event included the Tulsa Air and Space Museum, the Tulsa Zoo, and the University of Tulsa College of Engineering. Needless to say, this is a great place to bring your kids once your Tulsa movers finish unpacking all of your family’s belongings.

At the risk of having your kids spend the rest of the summer lulling around your new Tulsa home, wishing they were back at their old house with all of their friends, playing games outside – try something new instead.

Once your Tulsa movers finish unloading the last of your moving boxes, grab your kids and get ready to spend the rest of August hearing stories about all of the exciting activities they did with the new Tulsa friends they met.

Since All My Sons Moving & Storage has been moving families in for the past 20 years, they know a thing or two about fun activities to do in Tulsa. Take a look and get ready to have fun crossing off all of these August events in Tulsa off your summer list.

I AM Yoga, Art & Music Festival

Open to all ages, with free entry, the I AM Yoga, Art & Music Festival has yoga disciplines such as: restorative yoga, anti-gravity yoga, and Budokon yoga for yogis of all skill-levels to try. Other features are: a bounce house and an obstacle course, the kid’s zone for art activities, circus, fashion, music, yoga and more, on both August 15th and August 16th.

Pow Wow of Champions

What better way to get to know your new community, than by learning about the original culture? From August 14th to August 16th, head over to the Mabee Center to enjoy dance, drum music and songs from various Native American tribe members. Tulsa movers also say that it is a great place to check out an extensive collection of contemporary and traditional jewelry, artwork, beadwork, paintings and other handcrafted items.


Showcasing India’s colorful cultural diversity, on August 29th take a break from your move to Tulsa and bring the whole family to enjoy a variety of dance, musical and fashion performances, all inspired by the Indian culture. Peruse the isles of booths representing different states of India, indulge in the many spice-laden foods, and let your kids dress up in their favorite Indian outfit before unleashing them in the photo booth.

August 31st marks the official last day of summer and the kickoff for the gradual decline in temperature throughout the fall. Until then, Mother Nature will constantly remind us that summer is not yet over, with a continual slew of seemingly endless hot days.

In order to prevent from melting during your move to Tulsa, your local Tulsa movers have discovered a new way to stay cool these final days of summer – Slide the City!

On August 29th, everyone is invited to slip, slide and splash their way right down Main Street. Regardless of whether or not you are a long-time local or your Tulsa moving company has just finished unloading the last of your moving boxes into your new home, everyone is invited to come beat the rest of the summer heat in the most fun-filled way possible – the largest slip and slide ever!

Slide the City event director, Chris Conran, attests that “I can’t think of anything better than a Slip ‘N Slide to cool off on a hot summer day. We are excited to share it with the community in Tulsa.”

What makes Slide the City Tulsa even more exciting? The fact that this water slide will span three city blocks, making it a Guinness World Record breaking slide. At as early as 9 a.m. and for only $10, Tulsa residents can make their way down Main Street via inner tube. What better way to tour your new city than by inner tube?

Tulsa moving companies think that the best part about Slide the City is that a portion of each ticket will go to The Muscular Dystrophy Association, a local Tulsa charity. According to Conran, “this is our first time partnering with The Muscular Dystrophy Association and we are thrilled to be donating to them this year.”

You have finally finished herding all of your moving boxes into their designated rooms, unpacked all of their contents, decorated and redecorated each room at least five times, and finished cleaning up the mess from your subsequent decorating indecision. As a result, your local Tulsa movers have decided that you and your whole family deserve a break, don’t you agree?

Well what do you know, All My Sons Moving and Storage has the perfect suggestion for a fun-filled day with the family. On August 29th, the Tulsa Friends & Family Fun Fest will open its doors from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at O’Brien Park. Guaranteed to immediately make the whole family happy that they moved to Tulsa (not that they weren’t already!), the Tulsa Friends & Family Fest has activities galore, for every age.

Do you want to know a great way to make friends in your new Tulsa neighborhood? Just invite everyone to come to the Friends & Family Fun Fest and offer to pick up the tab for everyone’s tickets. Hey, they don’t have to know that the event is completely free!

Once there, many Oklahoma moving companies confirm that it is nearly impossible to decide which activity to take part in first – there are so many to choose from! Some of the outdoor activities include: baseball, basketball, fishing, swimming, Tai Chi and Zumba classes. Once you are done trying your hand at some of the local Tulsa sports, make your way over to the arts & crafts table, or play a riveting game of Bingo with the whole family.

Regardless of what activity you decide to dive into first, your Tulsa movers assure that the opportunity for fun is endless at the Tulsa Friends & Family Fest.

For those who are finishing unpacking the last of their boxes that their Tulsa movers helped move into their new home, there is a special event to look forward to this year.

This upcoming September 5th, the Postoak Wine & Jazz Festival will make its way back to Tulsa for a day and night filled with downtown jazz, delicious wine and mouth-watering eats. The best part about this event? Tickets are free for anyone who is 17 years old or younger! For those families with children, this is the perfect place to bring kids of all ages, without having to break the bank after your move to Tulsa.

The Postoak Wine & Jazz Festival prides itself on boosting economic development within the community. This inaugural arts event improves Tulsa’s cultural landscape, supports student and professional musicians, as well as creates a meeting place for Tulsa foodies to meet and eat. You just might catch your friendly Tulsa movers there as well!

Open to all students from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., there is also a Jazz Workshop featuring professional jazz musicians. If you have an aspiring musician in your family, chances are they will be wishing that you had decided to move to Tulsa earlier!

A couple things to remember before you head on over to the Postoak Wine & Jazz Festival:

  • This is an outdoor festival, so make sure to bring blankets, hats, lawn chairs and plenty of sunscreen.
  • Musicians will be playing throughout the day, so double check the schedule so you can make sure that you do not miss one of your favorite jazz artists.
  • Don’t forget to bring your appetite, the current food vendor list already has five restaurants and counting!

In an event that began last Thursday and carries on until Friday, the Pony of the Americas Club National Congress is here in Tulsa. In total, Tulsa’s horse shows add about $80 million in economic revenue every year, which is something that Tulsa moving companies are excited about, hoping that it will move more people into Tulsa permanently. More specifically, the Pony of the Americas Club National Congress adds close to $1 million to the city’s economy on a yearly basis.

According to Ray Hoyt, vice president of Visit Tulsa and the Tulsa Sports Commission, “exhibitors descend on Tulsa from all over the nation, making the trip a vacation as well as attending the show.” The second year the Pony of the Americas organization held its annual congress in Tulsa, the show had drawn in over 3,000 entries and more than 300 ponies to Expo Square.

Joyse Banister, CEO of Pony of the Americas, shared that, “we make a major impact, not only with the facility at the fairgrounds but also in restaurants and hotels in the Tulsa community, who in return is very good back to us.” Since most exhibitors in the Pony of the Americas events are on the younger side, Banister believes that “it’s quite addictive and is a great organization to raise children in because they get to meet friends from all over the country.”

If you just recently had your local Tulsa movers drop you and your family off at your new home and you want to see what the local Tulsa horseback riding community is all about, the Pony of the Americas Club National Congress is a great way to do that – after all, it’s free!

Recently, the National Register of Historic Places has added new properties – including one 1925 Tulsa apartment. In fact, four Oklahoma properties have been added to the register, including the Elizabeth Manor apartment in Tulsa, the C.A. Comer House in Dewey, the Hays-Kennedy/Rivoli Theater in downtown Blackwell and the Czech Hall of Oklahoma City.

In order for a property to be added to the National Register of Historic Places, a property must meet the National Register Criteria for Evaluation. This includes analyzing the property’s age, integrity and significance. A property must be at least 50 years old in order to even be considered historic, and it must look similar to how it did in the past. Along with that, the property in question must have been important relative to events that happened in the past, or associated with the lives of people who were important in the past.

Described as Late Gothic Revival/Collegiate Gothic-style structure, the Elizabeth Manor is a three-story building near Veterans Park. According to the Tulsa Preservation Commission, “Elizabeth Manor is an excellent representation of the apartment house construction boom in Tulsa during the 1920s.”

Nonetheless, those history buffs planning on using Tulsa movers to relocate to Oklahoma in the near future have much reason to celebrate. Not only does being listed on the National Register provide recognition, but it also offers protection that will help preserve the building from potentially being destroyed in order to build new buildings on top of it.