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  • Closed:
    7:00 AM - 2:00 PM (CST)
  • Contact:
  • Cuisines:

    American North American

    American North American

  • Features:

    Delivery

  • Dietary:

    Organic

  • Known for:

    Wine, Kids menu, Good for kids, Live music, Quick bite, Beer, Cocktails, Coffee, Great coffee, Healthy options, Organic dishes, Cozy, Small plates, All you can eat, Great tea selection, Bar onsite, Good for groups, Curbside pickup, Solo dining, Fast service, High chairs, Family-friendly, Seating, Outdoor seating, Wheelchair accessible entrance, Wheelchair accessible parking lot, Wheelchair accessible restroom, Wheelchair accessible seating, Debit cards, College students, Popular with Tourists, Cash only, Alcohol, Breakfast, Popular Breakfast, Brunch, Dessert, Dine-in, Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits, Lunch, Accepts reservations,
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Toast in Broken Arrow, OK, is a American restaurant with average rating of 3.8 stars. Curious? Here’s what other visitors have to say about Toast. Make sure to visit Toast, where they will be open from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Want to call ahead to check how busy the restaurant is or to reserve a table? Call: (918) 286-6770.

There’s something for everyone at Toast, including organic dietary options.

On top of the amazing dishes, other attributes include: beer.

Looking for other options with similar menus? Check out Bramble Breakfast & Bar Broken Arrow and Broken Arrow Daylight Donuts.

Have you eaten here before? Leave a review!

Nelson Santiago 1 year ago
5

Amazing! Super Clean & Excellent Customer Service. I ordered scrambled eggs with pastrami/ Potatoes covered in sausage gravy.... The gravy and the poblano crema takes this breakfast to whole new level. Super delicious French toast with orange butter /candied bacon and pecan crumble! Wow! Great Job ????. Read more

Angie Buchanan 1 year ago
2

"If you're good with unseasoned food, and you have no sense of urgency, you'll probably like Toast." - my partner We arrived,... and they didn't seem terribly busy - plenty of open tables. Party of 2, the wait for a table was about 15 minutes. Once we wereseated, the server was very nice, and took our drink orders and then food orders. The drinks came out quickly but there was adecent wait for the food. All in all, we had been there about an hour, and we still had a bit to wait for the food. The serverwas pleasant, but a bit forgetful - after asking a couple of times, I did eventually get creamer for my coffee when I was on mysecond cup of coffee. In my mind, the issues with the server are not the server's fault, but training issues. If you're servingcoffee and it's not policy to automatically take creamer out with the coffee, you should be asking if people want it. Thereseemed to be a lot of things that could be resolved with a decent training system. The server did refill the soft drink in areasonable time. The food came when we had been there about an hour or a bit more. The country fried steak was crispy and hadgood flavor, but the gravy seemed unsalted. The eggs were the kind that come pre-scrambled, which was disappointing for a brunchplace that we thought was decent caliber. The bacon was crisp, which is fine with us, but some people may find it overcooked.The coffee had good flavor. The lemon blueberry pancakes had good flavor, and had a lemon topping that was delicious. Thebreakfast potatoes were disappointing... They didn't seem seasoned at all, and they weren't cooked on a griddle. Literallyseemed like someone dropped breakfast potatoes in a fryer, pulled them, and plated them, no salt shaker in sight. All in all,we enjoyed aspects of the food, but considering the wait and the cost, the lemon curd wasn't worth it. We had two meals and twodrinks (a coffee and a soda) and after tax and tip, it was $50, which would be worth it if we really en Read more

Kristen R 1 year ago
2

We were looking forward to trying the new location but now I really regret it. Started off okay, seated quickly and our server... was nice. Only problem is our food took 45 minutes or more to come out and they weren't busy. The food is fairly good, butextremely overpriced. My daughter added a single piece of ham to her order and they charged $5 and soft drinks are nearly $4 aswell (so it's seriously almost $20 for 3 sodas and a single slice of ham on top of already overpriced menu items). There are farbetter brunch options for the price with better service and we'll be going to one of those places next time. Read more

Kevin Umlauf 1 year ago
1

Extremely disappointing!!! Unfortunately we had to give them one star in order to issue a review. We heard great things about... Toast. I can assure you that's not the case. We sat in a timely fashion, received our drinks fairly quick. We placed ourorder and sat, and sat and sat. Five tables including a large party of 6, three couples at the bar were sat at least 20minutes after us and they all received their food meanwhile we sat still empty handed. We asked our server for our grandsonsfood because he couldn't sit still anymore after 52 minutes due to his disabilities (visually impaired and autistic). We weretold there was one more ticket in front of us and we had to wait. After bringing this to management attention they said theywould comp the food that we still didn't have after an hour and give us a gift certificate. Thank you but no thank you. Sadto say but one of the worst experiences we've ever had. We will not be revisiting. Read more

Jen Teffer 1 year ago
2

Mediocre food and service. The place is an unorganized mess. We?ve tried Toast before they moved locations and were not... impressed but decided to give it a second chance since they moved locations and had new staff. When we entered, the hostess toldus it would be a 20 minute wait for our party of two. No problem, but it was hard hearing her when she called out names fortables that were ready. This system is so outdated especially when many restaurants will take your phone number and text youwhen the table is ready. Once we were seated, the waitress asked if we would like a mimosa or Bloody Mary. We opted for twolarge mimosas and she left. Later a different waitress came over and told us it would be cheaper to do the ?Mimosa Party? so weagreed to it. They brought out the Mimosa Party which is just a flight of different juices to make your mimosa. Presentation wasvery bulky and awkward. Many places will just give you a simple tray of the different flavors.The waitresses didn?t even takethe time to explain the different flavors of juices. My wine glass was filled with dust so I had to ask the waitress for a cleanone. Food came out and it was mediocre at best. By the end of it, we saw our bill and the mimosa party was $25. Not sure howthat would?ve been cheaper than just ordering two mimosas. It really isn?t a big deal considering my husband and I spend quite abit on brunch every weekend. But for the same price, you?ll get better service, food and atmosphere at Neighborhood Jam orBramble. Read more

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When is Toast open?

Toast is open on the following days:

Monday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Thursday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Friday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Saturday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Sunday: 07:00 AM - 02:00 PM

What forms of payment are accepted at Toast?

They accept Debit and Cash at Toast.

Does Toast offer delivery?

Yes, Toast offers delivery.