The New Atlas Grill
415 S. Boston, 583-3111
Located within the historic Atlas Life Building, The New Atlas Grill offers diners a casual atmosphere to enjoy their breakfast and lunch. Get a traditional breakfast or try one of the specialty omelets served with morning potatoes. For lunch, many regulars prefer the specialty sandwiches, each featuring a downtown Tulsa street moniker: The Frisco, The Denver, The Boulder, The Boston, The Houston and The Cincinnati.
MON-FRI 7AM-9:30AM & 11AM-2PM
Pita Place Mediterranean Grill
8315 E. 111th St. South, 394-9383
Flatbread is all the rage this year. Complement your pita sandwiches with traditional Lebanese dishes like cabbage rolls and tabouli or stick to good ol' American French fries and onion rings. Pita Place also has falafel, gyros and shish-kabobs. They are currently serving an all-you-can-eat Mediterranean lunch buffet from 11am-2pm daily and dinner buffet from 5-8pm Fri-Sat.
MON-THURS 11AM-8PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-9PM; SUN 11AM-3PM
8221 E. 61st St., 286-8542
This Mexican grill and Tequila bar offers just about any combination of Mexican dishes you'd want, including vegetarian options. Favorites include the Burrito Agave and the Spinach Quesadilla. In addition to their Mexican staples, Agave also features a variety of steak, chicken and seafood dishes and specialties. For tequila lovers, Agave is a must. Try one of the specialty Margaritas such as the Margarita Vallarta or any other mixed drink made with the finest tequila.
SUN-THURS 11AM-10PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-11PM
Side Line Sports Bar & Grill
5936 S. Lewis, 742-3499
More than a sports bar, Sideline is also nightclub with live music. After watching a game on one of their several TVs, stick around for the highlights and a tasty burger. Try a char-broiled chicken sandwich, cheeseburger, steak plus fried mushrooms or cheese sticks and get it all down with a cold beer. If nothing else, stop by for some late-night entertainment with friends and bartenders.
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