Friday afternoon arrival: Visit one of Tulsa's many shopping districts: the eclectic Cherry Street, the Brady District, the impressive Woodland Hills Mall, centrally-located Promenade Mall, or upscale Utica Square, where the landscaping and Old World atmosphere is a bonus to your shopping experience.
Evening: Hit a cafe (preferably outdoor, if it's not too hot!) at your shopping center. At Utica Square: Queenie's or Wild Fork; on Cherry Street: Tucci's, or Hideaway Pizza.
Saturday starts early: Breakfast at the Savoy, which boasts incredible cinnamon rolls. Or BBD (or BBD II), which discourages "campers" but fills you up with great food.
More shopping. Start with the Farm Shopping Center, or a trip across the river to the Jenks RiverWalk Crossing. Stay for lunch. Then take a siesta in anticipation of a great night out in Tulsa.
Evening: Refreshed and ready to kick up your heels in one of Tulsa's trendy entertainment hotspots including Brookside, Cherry Street and the Brady and Blue Dome Districts. Make sure you've got your dancing shoes on, as Tulsa has dance clubs that suit a variety of musical tastes: Jewel, Caravan, Fishbonz, Temple, Majestic, and Soco's.
Sunday: Choose breakfast in bed, Sunday services at one of Tulsa's beautiful Art Deco churches, like Christ the King Catholic Church or Boston Avenue Methodist Church, or a quick cup of coffee and scone from one of the city's indie coffee houses before you hit the road back home.