115 W. 5th St., Suite 169, 918-592-9090; 100 E. Second St. 918-592-1008 (Hyatt Regency Hotel)
"Seed-to-cup" coffee -- and they mean it; a San Salvador plantation directly supplies the coffee. Cool down with an iced latte. Try the crepes, which cause quite the stir. The Crepe Florentine or the Prosciutto Crepe are tasty breakfast options that complement your coffee. Lunch options include salads, sandwiches and warm paninis. They also carry assorted cakes, pastries and pies. The best part is: They're now open seven days a week!
MON-WED 6:30AM-8PM; THURS-SAT 6:30AM-10PM; SUN 8AM-4PM
Albert G's BBQ
2748 S. Harvard, 918-747-4799
Albert G's BBQ prepares its BBQ meats the old fashioned way -- slow smoked over hickory logs. Brisket, chicken, ribs, and even turkey are likely meats found on the smoker. Pair your BBQ with a big glass of sweet tea. They've got the homemade side orders covered, too. Baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad and tabouli are prepared fresh daily, as are key lime pies and banana pudding. Catering is also available.
MON-THURS 11AM-8PM, FRI-SAT 11AM-9PM
8211 E. Regal Pl., Suite 109, 918-369-9387
For those who like their pizza nice and deep, Savastano's is the place to go. They feature specialty pizzas such as the Sears Tower, standing tall like the building it's named after, loaded five different cheeses and pepperonis. Dieters, be wary, legit Chicago style pizza packs in the calories and is so filling you may need to be wheeled out of the place, with a doggy-bag in hand. They also serve Chicago style hot dogs and sandwiches.
SUN-THURS 11AM-10PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-11PM
304 S. Elgin, 918-576-7898
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. The Andouille Sausage and Habanera Chicken are great options for those seeking food with a little heat. With a great atmosphere, this is one cool place!
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