402 E. 2nd St., 918-938-6382
When it comes to brunch downtown, the Dilly is the spot. This diner has a huge menu with every combination imaginable. Diners will find organic and local ingredients, and Tulsa's very own Topeca coffee. Enjoy a carafe of mimosa, a house Bloody Mary, or an Irish Breakfast shot! Stop dilly dallying and get to deli-ing!
MON-THURS, 7AM-8PM; FRI-SAT, 8AM-8PM; SUNDAY, 8AM-4PM
1324 S. Main St., 918-582-1964
Located in the swanky Hotel Ambassador, The Chalkboard offers gourmet breakfast and a classy setting to boot. The sirloin steak and eggs are served with breakfast potatoes and toast. If you're feeling a bit more continental, try the eggs Benedict, poached eggs on Canadian bacon served in an English muffin drizzled with Hollandaise sauce.
MON-FRI 6:30AM-10:00AM; SAT/SUN Brunch; MON-FRI 11AM-2:30PM, MON-SUN OPEN AT 5PM
Bamboo Thai Bistro
5079 S. Yale Ave., 918-828-0740
Thai flavor is generally infused with heat. Luckily in this delightful bistro, you can actually choose the level of inferno you are willing to savor! Choose your dish and then specify to your server your heat preference. The Pad Thai -- rice noodles with bean sprouts, green onion, peanuts and eggs -- is a popular favorite.
MON-FRI, 11AM-10PM; SATURDAY, NOON-10PM; SUNDAY, NOON-9PM
Hibiscus Caribbean Bar and Grill
3316 S. Peoria Ave., 918-749-4700
Chances are if you're out on the town late at night, then you›re already pretty close to Brookside and even closer to Jamaica. Try the Lil' Jerk, a half chicken marinated in spicy jerk seasoning and fire-grilled topped with special hibiscus sauce. Don›t forget to try something from the island-inspired rum bar, featuring authentic rum from the Caribbean.
MON-THURS 11AM-3PM, 5PM-11PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-2AM; SUN 5PM-11PM
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