3310 E. 32nd, 742-4563
This locally owned neighborhood diner has been feeding Tulsa for more than a dozen years. Phill's cooks up all the classics for a traditional American breakfast or lunch. Try the avocado cheddar omelet; it's a local favorite. If you're not into avocado at the crack of dawn, then pick from their toast or rolls section or from the grill piece of the menu for a succulent down-home breakfast.
HOURS: MON-SUN 6AM-2PM
Felini's Cookies & Deli
3533 S. Harvard, 742-3638
With its famous cookies, made-to-order sandwiches and cozy atmosphere, Felini's is a great choice for lunch. Assemble your own green salad at the salad bar or try one of Felini's to-go salads, made fresh every day. Don't forget the most important part of your meal: fresh-baked cookies with varieties ranging from a simple sugar to a rich chocolate chip with walnuts. Grab a refreshing glass of Felini's iced tea garnished with orange slices while waiting for your food.
Hours: MON-THURS 7AM-3:30PM; FRI-SAT 7AM-3PM
3509 S. Peoria, 779-7070
Who wouldn't like to spend an elegant evening in the City of Lights? The Brasserie offers French cuisine until 11pm Friday and Saturday nights. Guests of the Brasserie can choose from a variety of classic French dishes such as steak frites with beamaise, duck confit, cote de boeuf, grilled brook trout, rotisserie chicken and organic salmon en croute. And what's a French meal without wine? Brasserie has 75 wines by the glass to choose from.
MON-THURS 4PM-10PM; FRI-SAT 4PM-11PM; SUN 10AM-9PM
224 N. Main, 599-9200
One of the Brady District's newest pub/grill. Drop in after 9pm and order off their late night menu which features 8" thick crust pizza, Frito pie and hot dogs and their delicious Tequila lime chicken wings. These suckers are cooked perfectly with plenty of meat on the bone. Wash it all down with one of the Hunt Club's specialty late night drinks such as the Mud Dobber or Momma's Sunrise.
HOURS: MON-FRI 11AM-2AM; SAT-SUN 3PM-2AM
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