Breakfast- Queenie's, 1834 Utica Square, 749-3481
Offering the basics like bacon and eggs is never a bad thing; but to get your morning off to a healthy start try Queenie's homemade granola, affectionately called 'Queenola'. For a more interesting version, though, try the breakfast sundae: nonfat plain yogurt, Queenola, fresh fruit and a side of honey.
Hours: MON-FRI 7AM-7PM; SATURDAY 8AM-6PM; SUNDAY 9AM-2PM
Lunch- McAlister's Deli, 8102-B S. Lewis 392-3354 & 8955 S. Memorial, Suite B, 392-0770; 720 N Aspen, Broken Arrow 258-3354.
Need some carbs for your lunch hour? McAlister's giant baked potatoes come in varieties like the chicken fajita spud or the veggie spud, stuffed with red onions, bell peppers, olives, mozzarella and more. If you want something a little different, try the salmon filet sandwich, prepared with olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette.
Hours: 10:30AM-10PM SUN-THURS; 10:30AM-10:30PM FRI-SAT
Dinner- Tin Star Restaurant, 9521 Riverside Pkwy., Ste. A, 298-5333?
Offering southwestern favorites like fajitas, tacos, burgers and quesadillas, Tin Star has something for almost any Okie. Vegetarians can chow down on the Black Bean Veggie Quesadilla with jack cheese, corn and diced veggies. If you're in the mood for spice, try the Buffalo grilled chicken tacos, served with tangy sauce and crumbled bleu cheese.
Hours: SUN-SAT 10AM-9PM
Late Night- Dave and Buster's, 6812 S. 105th E. Ave., 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.
Hours: SUN-THURS 11AM-11PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-1AM
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