Jimmy's Egg - 3825 E. 51 St., 712-2345
10915 E. 31 St., 665-8646
Started in 1980, this Oklahoma chain is a casual and comfortable place to grab breakfast or lunch. Starting at the crack of dawn, Jimmy's Egg offers a variety of specialty omelets and hot coffee for hungry patrons. Other breakfast specials include Biscuit Debris and Eggs Benedict with fresh fruit. Starting at 11am, the lunch menu provides salads, burgers and sandwiches.
Weber's Superior Root Beer, 3817 S. Peoria, 742-1082
Weber's famous root beer was first brewed in the late 1800s by Oscar "Weber Bilby," who moved to Oklahoma in 1884. Legend says he also grilled the nation's first hamburgers for hungry neighbors on July 4, 1891. The Bilby family is still serving hamburgers, sausage cheeseburgers, fries and onion rings made on that original grill that Oscar built. Not in the mood for a burger? Have a coney, corn dog or chicken sandwich. And of course, enjoy a root beer freeze or float for dessert.
The Brasserie, 3509 S. Peoria, 779-7070
Ah, the cuisine of France... rich cheeses, exotic escargots and pate, and fine wine. The Brasserie brings the cuisine of the City of Lights to Tulsa. Start with Onion Soup Gratinee or fresh oysters, and move on to the Roquefort & Fresh Pear Salade or a Spinach Goat Cheese Tarte Frambee. Entrees include Steak Frites, Pork Milanese and Baked Salmon En Croute. Dessert here is decadent. Try Chocolate Pots de Crème, Profiteroles or a Warm Apple Tarte. And of course, what's a French meal without a glass (or bottle) of wine from The Brasserie's extensive wine list?
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