Leon’s in Brookside Opens Broken Arrow Location
ON THE MOVE: Leon’s has opened a new location in Broken Arrow. At left is Jennafer Cuckler, Leon’s General Manager. On the right is J.L. Lewis, owner of Leon’s.
Leon’s on the Restless Ribbon, located at 3301 S. Peoria Ave. in Brookside, opened a second location on Dec. 29, at 3302 W. Kenosha St. in Broken Arrow.
It is on the northeast corner of 71st Street and 129th East Avenue between QuikTrip and Ted’s Café Escondido.
Leon’s Broken Arrow will provide southeastern Tulsans and the people of Broken Arrow with a one-of-a-kind, casual, restaurant-pub concept targeted to serve patrons of all ages. Leon’s Broken Arrow boasts 25 flat screen televisions, two HD projection screens over 100” in size, and a Bose sound system providing guests with the optimum game-watching experience. Happy Hour runs Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. offering $5 appetizers and $2 domestic longnecks.
Brick oven pizzas, a selection of sliders, mouth-watering steaks, gourmet salads, and an eclectic mix of appetizers can be found on the menu at Leon’s. Open just in time for the NFL’s Super Bowl , Leon’s Broken Arrow is also available for booking large parties and events containing up to 75 guests. Both locations open at 11 a.m. seven days a week.
Leon’s opened its first location in the popular Brookside district of Midtown Tulsa in September 2008. Leon’s has since received numerous awards and accolades for great food and atmosphere. It is a proud sponsor of both the 2010 Wild Brew fundraiser event and the 2011 Polar Bear Plunge. Leon’s is a member of the Brookside Business Association and looks forward to being involved with the Broken Arrow and South Tulsa community.
For more information about Leon’s, visit www.eatatleons.com. Leon’s can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/leonsbrookside and Twitter at www.twitter.com/leonsbrookside. A free Leon’s iPhone App is available for download in the Apple iTunes store.