Chicory and Chives
3121 Charles Page Blvd., 585-3500
Home-style food with a Cajun twist is what you'll find at this west Tulsa mom and pop. The breakfast buffet is the big morning attraction offering everything from scrambled eggs, French toast, home fries to biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage links and patties. Stop by for lunch and enjoy bayou favorites like crawfish etouffee or gumbo.
HOURS: MON-FRI: 6:30AM-2PM; SAT 7AM-NOON
Big Al's Healthy Foods
3303 E. 15th St., 744-5085
Big Al's prides itself on healthy choices. The menu features unique combinations like the Oriental chicken wrap served with chow mien noodles and Mandarin oranges. Vegetarians will enjoy the Zadzekee wrap: served with avocado, sun flower seeds, hard boiled eggs and the special Zadzekee sauce. Don't forget to try a smoothie!
HOURS: Hours MON-SAT 10AM-4PM
5966 S. Yale Ave., 488-8800
If you're in the mood for Tex-Mex, you just can't go wrong with Andale's marinated chicken or steak fajitas. The marinade is comprised of 14 different ingredients and spices to create a unique, juicy flavor. For the health conscious folks, try the skinny dinner: grilled chicken breast, grilled squash and zucchini and rice.
Hours: SUN-WED 11AM-9PM; THURS-SAT 11AM-10PM
The Dog House
Downtown, Cain's, 18th & Boston, Brookside
If you've been out late on the streets of downtown Tulsa you probably have already seen Dog House's carts feeding bar and concert goers quarter-pound, all beef franks. The menu also features polish sausages, hot links, ketchup, mustard, Miracle Whip, spicy sauce, onions, relish, cheese, BBQ sauce, bacon bits, sauerkraut and more. Try the Tulsa Dog, made with mustard, jalapeno relish, grilled onions, fresh bacon bits and Head Country BBQ sauce.
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