3310 E. 32nd, 918-742-4563
This locally owned diner cooks up all the classics for a traditional American breakfast or lunch. Try the avocado cheddar omelet, and if you›re not into avocado at the crack of dawn, then try the chicken fried steak and eggs. Pancakes and French toast complete the succulent down-home breakfast. If biscuits and gravy are calling your name, Phill's is the place to be.
Brownie's Hamburger Stand
2130 S. Harvard Ave., 918-744-0320
Problem: You›re overheated, grumpy and starved on your too-short lunch hour. Solution: A frosted mug of yummy root beer from Brownie›s famous T-Town hamburger stand near Expo Square. The service is quick and friendly at Brownie's, so you›ll have your pile of fresh onion rings or fries plus an Okie-style burger (read: thin burger, mustard, onions) in no time.
SUN-MON 7AM-3PM; TUES-SAT 7AM-8PM
10909 E. 71st St., 918-249-1546
With fajitas, burritos, enchiladas, tacos, tamales, and soup and salad, there›s something for everyone! Can›t decide what you want? Then The Grande is for you: three enchiladas, one beef, one cheese, and one sour cream chicken, a cheese chile relleno, tamale, crispy beef taco, guacamole, and rice and beans. It pairs perfectly with a tasty Sangria Swirl.
SUN 10:30AM-10PM; MON-SAT 11AM-10PM
Dave and Busters
6812 S. 105th E. Ave., 918-449-3100
Let's face it. If you're up late, you want to party. D&B offers tons of arcade games for adults without sacrificing hearty food. If you›re really looking to dive into a full meal and keep the party going, there are plenty of options from steak and seafood to pasta and chicken dishes, plus a late-night happy hour for all of the night owls.
SUN-THURS 11-12AM; FRI-SAT 11-1AM
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