100 E. 2nd St., 918-295-7748
Start your day in style with breakfast at this downtown bistro. Try the bagel and lox with cream cheese made with smoked salmon, onion, capers and tomato. Or try something more traditional like the Texas French toast, a Belgian waffle or the old-fashioned buttermilk pancakes. Egg lovers must try the Cobb Omelette or the Eggs Benedict. Fresh squeezed orange and grapefruit juice is available.
MON-SAT 6:30AM-10PM; SUN 6:30AM-9PM
Margaret's German Restaurant and Deli
5107 S. Sheridan Rd., 918-622-3747
Grab your lederhosen and head down to Margaret's! The menu is full of more schnitzels and wursts than any place outside Oktoberfest. Try a soup and sandwich combination for the perfect summer lunch. If you have a heartier appetite, go for the Wiener or Chicken Schnitzel Platter. Don't leave without trying the hot or cold potato salad or the spaetzle. German beer completes the authentic experience.
MON-THURS 10AM-2:30PM; FRI 10AM-8:30PM
4651 W. Kenosha St., 918-252-3474
Market fresh Atlantic Salmon, Alaskan Halibut, Chilean Sea bass are grilled over an oak-burning grill. Although known for their seafood, the "American Style" Kobe Beef Burgers are always a crowd favorite. They also have Tenderloin Portabella piccata, Chicken Marsala, Fintina Chops and so much more. Belly up to the bar for an amazing martini. Reservations are recommended. Cheers!
MON-THURS 4-10PM; FRI-SAT 4-11PM; SUN 12-9:30PM
SoCo's Sports Bar and Grill
8161 S. Harvard Ave., 918-477-7551
Looking for a good location for fun with friends and great food? Then SoCo's is your destination. Typical sports bar food (SoCo's Nachos, Southwestern Potato Skins, Angus Cheeseburger) is juxtaposed with Alaskan Salmon, Rib-Eye Steak and Grilled Chicken Alfredo. Stop by SoCo's on a Friday night to hear some great live music or put your own pipes to the test on Thursday during karaoke.
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