1134 S. Memorial Dr., 918-832-9052
You do not have to stay at home for an old-fashioned breakfast. Treat yourself and your family to breakfast out at Jesse's Restaurant, where they serve familiar favorites, such as biscuits and gravy, eggs with your choice of meat, pancakes and more. However, the local favorites are the omelettes. Try Jesse's Omelette, which comes with sliced breakfast steak, grilled onions and cheese.
MON-FRI, 6AM-2PM; SATURDAY, 7AM-2PM
Dena's Lebanese Cuisine
2615 E. 11th St., 918-599-9623
When you gotta have Mediterranean, you gotta have Dena's. And it works well if you're in a lunch rush! The cabbage rolls are a local favorite, as well as the tabouli. If you are feeling more adventurous, they do not have a shortage of items to choose from! They have Shesh Leck made with beef and chicken; Kafta with seasoned beef; Kraydis with shrimp and sesame sauce and more.
MON-FRI, 11AM-3PM, 5PM-8PM; SATURDAY, 11AM-3PM
The Boulder Grill
17 W. 7th St., 918-585-5898
If you're in downtown Tulsa and want a peaceful, gourmet bite to eat for your dinner, go to The Boulder Grill, nestled inside the Holiday Inn. Local favorites include the Sweet Corn Tamale Cakes and the Tater Tots. Salads are also available, such as the Thai Chicken with peanuts, onions, red peppers, chicken and citrus peanut dressing. For your entrée, try the Chicken Limone Pasta, which is grilled chicken tossed with a lemon mustard cream sauce.
Dave and Busters
6498 S. 105th E. Ave., 918-449-3100
Games are not just for kids! And what could be better on a late night out with friends than some friendly competition on arcade games? Answer: when you get to eat, too! Dave and Busters has some amazing buffalo wings that must be tried! Also, the Black and Bleu burger featuring melted bleu cheese and carmelized onions is a new addition. The alfredo pastas are another favorite. Try the Cajun Shrimp Alfredo.
SUN-THU, 11AM-MIDNIGHT; FRI-SAT, 11AM-1AM
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