Union Street Café
4759 S. Union Ave., 918-446-2353
Serving breakfast and lunch, this café is a spot for the early birds and not-so-early birds.Try the chalkboard special, two eggs with chicken fried steak, served with hash browns and a biscuit and gravy. For those wanting a heavy start to their day, eggs may be accompanied with steak, ham, ham steak, pork chops, corn beef hash or hamburger steak. Breakfast staples like pancakes, waffles and omelets are also available.
SUN 8AM-3PM; MON-SAT 5AM-3PM
Steak Stuffers USA
7846 E. 51st St., 918-743-7474
Philly Steak sandwiches made the way they're supposed to be made. Tender and savory, there's something about the combination of the thinly sliced meat and the sizzling griddle that produces a nice flavor and texture. They offer that creamy elixir known as cheese whiz as one of the toppings of choice. Burgers and Chicken Stuffers are another delicious option. The only complaint is it's closed on weekends.
8221 E. 61st St., 918-286-8542
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. 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 or any other mixed drink made with the finest tequila.
Kilkenny's Irish Pub
1413 E. 15th St., 918-582-8282
Leprechauns keeping you awake at night? Feed the beast at this pub, fully stocked with favorites from the old country. Scotch eggs are always a good choice to get started. For the main course, try the traditional Irish Boxty or the Kilkenny Bake, an excellent blend of cold water lobster, shrimp and crabmeat in a white wine sauce, topped with mashed potatoes and parmesan and browned in the oven. Erin Go Bragh!
MON-FRI 11-2AM; SAT-SUN 9-2AM
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