Rubyes Full Cup Café
4634 E 31st St., 745-2233
Homemade American breakfasts and lunches using fresh ingredients. Breakfast items include a platter sized bone-in ham steak, thick hickory smoked bacon, Jimmy Dean sausage. It is breakfast the way mom cooked! Stop by for lunch as well and treat yourself to real Angus burgers and sirloin steaks. Plus excellent service managed by owners Rubey and Kim. Be sure to ask about the pie!
HOURS: TUES-FRI 6AM-2PM, SAT-MON 7AM-2PM
Jim's Coney Island
1923 S. Harvard Ave., 744-9018
Jim's Coney Island is one of Tulsa's little secrets for Greek food. Try the famous gyro. The grilled pita is filled with lettuce and tomato and then topped with the juicy gyro meat and garlic olive oil. Another customer favorite on the menu is the spinach pie. And, of course, if you aren't in the mood for Greek, Jim's got a coney for ya.
HOURS: MON-SAT 11AM-8:30PM
2200 E. 71st, 747-9931
All aboard the Sushi Train! What a fun dining experience for the entire family--even if everyone is not a sushi fan (non-sushi items are available). Customers can sit at the sushi bar, watching sushi circle the bar on a train. Plates of one roll and two rolls of sushi are placed on color coded plates that indicate price, meaning customers may select their own by sight, with the help of a menu key.
HOURS: MON-SAT 11AM-9:30PM
112 S. Elgin Ave., 794-6563
10309 E. 61st St., 459-0096
Brick oven pizza, live entertainment and an awesome atmosphere! If you don't want Joe Momma to build your pizza, then you can build it yourself, but maybe you could try a taste of the Aloha chicken pizza or the Natalie Portman vegetarian pizza, just for kicks. Sandwiches, calzones and "Rabbit Food," are up for grabs, too. Go to Joe Momma's and you'll never want to leave.
HOURS: MON-THURS 11AM-12AM, FRI-SAT 11AM-3AM
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