The Rooftop

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The hummus trio – pesto, garlic and roasted red pepper – is served with house-made bread sticks. Photo by Natalie Green.

The hummus trio – pesto, garlic and roasted red pepper – is served with house-made bread sticks. Photo by Natalie Green.

Fall’s temperate weather has arrived, and if there’s one thing better than dining on the patio, it’s dining rooftop, and The Rooftop Bar & Grill in Broken Arrow has customers covered. Opened in 2014 by Jason Scarpa, who also owns Broken Arrow’s Main Street Tavern, this 3,500-square-foot space with indoor and outdoor seating hit the trifecta with its superb food, drinks and atmosphere. As a pizzeria, pastaria and deli, this Rose District eatery brings a whole new level of flavor to Main Street. Must-try appetizers include the bruschetta and the hummus trio, and whether you’re creating your own pizza or choosing from a Rooftop specialty, each artisanal-style pie is a mouthwatering masterpiece. Not in the mood for pizza or pasta, but craving a snack under the sun or stars? The Rooftop’s hot and cold sandwiches are piled high with ingredients. And when choosing what to wash it all down with, a comprehensive list of wine, beer, martinis and specialty cocktails is at your service. With football season kicking off this month, The Rooftop is the perfect place to catch a game on its gigantic outdoor screen. 214 S. Main St., second floor, Broken Arrow. 918.806.2603

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