Frank & Lola's

Neighborhood Restaurant & Bar

Frank & Lola's is a neighborhood restaurant & bar located in the heart of historic downtown Bartlesville, OK. We serve only the highest of quality American cuisine in a fun, family friendly atmosphere.

We are proud members of Jakin & Boaz, a fantastic purchasing group which allows us to bring you the highest quality meal at a fair price.

Our fresh, never frozen, locally-sourced beef is carefully processed and prepared by our friends at McFerron Quality Meats in Nowata, Oklahoma.

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House Concert with The Stray Birds and Caitlin Canty!


Join us for The Stray Birds with Caitlin Canty, Sunday, March 15!  Doors open at 6:00pm, Caitlin will open the show once everyone has a chance to grab some great eats and a drink!  The $30 ticket includes free food and free drink and a great concert in an intimate setting.  Pretty good bargain anywhere!

As expected, Adam and Jared will prepare some fare unlike anything you'll find on the regular restaurant menu and there's always enough to go around!  Marshall Beer will be on tap along with a selection of wine.  Free beer or wine, fantastic, unique eats and two superb acts gracing the stage make this another evening you do not want to miss!


The Stray Birds - Maya de Vitry (vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle), Oliver Craven (vocals, guitar, resonator, fiddle), and Charles Muench (vocals, bass)—whose “playing is gorgeous, the harmonies exquisite” (WXPN The Key) made their Yep Roc Records label debut October 21 with the release of their second full-length studio album, Best Medicine. Following the band’s 2012 highly praised self-titled release, which NPR Music named Top 10 Folk/Americana album and proclaimed, “clearly these are players with chops, songwriters with a fierce command of their craft,” Best Medicine was recorded at Stonebridge Studios in Leesburg, VA. Formed in Lancaster, PA, the classically trained and roots music-raised trio has spent the last several years honing their sound and touring extensively, including live performances on NPR’s Mountain Stage, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival and Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. “Building on the sparseness of guitar, fiddle, bass, and three-part harmonies, the Stray Birds manage to create sounds together that are no less than transcendent.” (

Caitlin Canty

Caitlin Canty delivers her fine-edged songs with a 1930’s Recording King guitar and a dusky alto, painting the line between joy and pathos with uncanny precision and power.  Raised in small-town Vermont, the daughter of a school teacher and a house painter, she spent a decade in New York City cutting her teeth on both sides of the microphone – as a performer and as the first employee of the successful Artists Den series.  In 2015 she will release RECKLESS SKYLINE, a new collection of original songs produced by acclaimed songwriter Jeffrey Foucault, and featuring an all-star band on twelve songs that veer nimbly between country ballads and straight-up rockers, dark blues and sparsely arranged folk.

“With quiet grace and a voice that won’t quit, Canty effortlessly travels among folk, rock, country and blues. Finely tuning her haunting alto with the acoustic guitar, the New York City-based songstress gives life to poignant lyrics that resonant long after the last note”

Earlier Event: March 14
Smokey & The Mirror
Later Event: March 21
The Patti Fiasco