1103 S. Peoria Ave., 587-0081
You're on Route 66 and you're looking for a good place to take your dame. Look no further. The Corner Café' meets all your breakfast needs with classic diner style fare. You can get standard bacon, eggs, hash browns, sausage and the like, but your choices don't end there. Try a breakfast burrito for a little early morning spice. If you prefer your breakfast to sizzle, get one of the skillet breakfast options, available in veggie, one-meat or the meat lovers.
HOURS: MON-SUN 6AM-9PM
Ike's Chili House
5941 E. Admiral Pl., 838-9410
100 years is a long time, and our guess is that the folks at Ike's are pretty proud of their chili recipe that's been feeding the masses since 1907. Cooks prepare 300-pound pots full of chili throughout the week and serve the mildly spicy soup with just about anything. Try a Frito pie, a chili cheeseburger, spaghetti with chili or a chili cheese coney. You could have pasta, a hamburger or chicken, but everyone knows the chili rules the joint. Prices run under $7.
HOURS: MON-FRI 10AM-7PM, SAT 10AM-3PM
James E. McNellie's Public House
409 E. 1st St., 382-7468
It is hard to think about what downtown Tulsa would be like with out it. McNellie's is known for its gigantic selection of beer and an old world pub style. The menu reflects a fresh look at American pub grub with Irish flair. The burgers are served with your choice of pub fries or sweet potato fries. Other entrée choices include the lemon pepper grilled salmon, the Landlord's Cottage Pie and the bratwurst platter.
HOURS: SUN-SAT 11AM-2AM
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