21 E Mathew B. Brady Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Opened in 1995 or the year 17 BGG (before Guthrie Green), Caz’s was among the early residents of the Brady Arts District as we know it today. It now represents a grounding connection to when the area was quieter and rougher around the edges and there wasn’t a new bar or condo development going up every other week.
It’s clear from the countless signatures, tags and other bits of good times past scrawled on the walls or scratched into tables; the boat railing hung on the wall; and the ever-growing collection of bras on the antlers behind the bar: Caz’s has been there, and its patrons have done that.
No matter how much our downtown grows or how many gastropubs or artisan boutiques move into the neighborhood, as long as it’s there, Caz’s will be Caz’s. Get a drink, play a song on the jukebox, buy a pack of smokes from the machine, shoot some pool, have a tamale (on Mexican Mondays) and reflect on how the area has changed.
Caz’s is open 2 p.m.-2 a.m. Monday through Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Happy hour ends at 7 p.m., with free food on Mondays and Fridays.