Brookside by Day
3313 S. Peoria Ave., 745-9989
With a wide choice of omelets (and a build-your-own option), BBD's Florentine omelet is one of the most raved about favorites. The homemade biscuits and gravy, French toast and great home fries offer visitors a taste of the country in a laid back, urban setting. If the weather permits, take advantage of the outside seating.
MON-SAT 7AM-2PM; SUN 8AM-2PM
6746 S. Memorial Dr., 918-459-0121
This restaurant on Memorial is an extension of the smaller restaurant on Peoria by the same name. Try one of the delicious menu options such as the Lomo de Puerco (a grilled pork tenderloin topped with adobo sauce) at this authentic Mexican restaurant. Or build your own fajita or combo platter from a range of flavorful options, which include cactus! But leave room for dessert. They carry a wonderful Coffee Flan that you won't want to pass up.
Doc's Wine & Food
3509 S. Peoria, 918-949-3663
Bringing a piece of the French Quarter to the Brookside District, Doc's menu includes a Raw Bar consisting of oyster and shrimp platters. Or try the savory Corner Burger for an entrée with a Creole Bread Pudding for dessert. Wash it all down with one of their many wines or cocktails.
LUNCH: TUES-FRI & SUN 11AM-2PM; DINNER: TUES-SAT 5PM-10PM
304 S. Elgin,
For those who need a late night snack, there is no place in Tulsa like Fassler Hall. We're talking draft beers in steins, homemade sausage, duck fat-fried Belgian style Frites, signature cocktails, a diverse beer selection and giant hot Pretzels, straight from Germany. With a great atmosphere, this is one cool place!
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