6033 S. Sheridan Rd., 918-494-5621
You'll find plenty of options on Savoy's breakfast menu. Egg fan? Try the Cowboy Omelet -- made with ham, bacon, bell peppers and American cheese, or you can get eggs cooked however you like. For a sizzling start to your day, try one of the skillets -- served with several types of meat, veggies, eggs and cheese, or try one of their famous cinnamon rolls.
MON-FRI 6AM-2:30PM; SAT 6AM-NOON
Stone Mill BBQ and Steakhouse
2000 W. Reno, Broken Arrow, 918-258-4227
Get that hunting lodge experience without leaving Tulsa County. Start things off with the Stone Mill sampler: two pork ribs, pork tenderloin, sliced brisket, boneless chicken and six onion rings on the side. When you're ready for the main course, choose from the 12oz. ribeye, the 12oz. KC strip, the 8oz. filet or the 10oz. sirloin. Finish it off with strawberry cobbler.
MON-THURS 11AM-8:30PM; FRI-SAT 11AM-9:30PM; SUN 11AM-2:30PM
4329 S. Peoria Ave., 918-743-2442
An authentic Italian restaurant serving entrees, updated seasonally with imported ingredients from Tuscany, Sicily and other Italian regions. Try the Butternut Squash Ravioli or the Panna Cotta for dinner. Sample the best of what Biga has to offer in a three-course meal from the Prix Fixe Menu. Biga also features an all-Italian food friendly wine list.
TUES-SAT 5-10PM; SUN 5-9PM
The Coffee House on Cherry St.
1502 E. 15th St., 779-6137
Obviously, this place has coffee. And it's delicious. Freshly baked pastries are abundant. Need some fiber? There's granola (with or without yogurt) for all of you health nuts. When you're trying to satisfy your sweet tooth, opt for the scrumptious chocolate cake. Try a grilled berry strudel or a blueberry muffin. Come back in the morning for a tasty breakfast.
SUN 7AM-11PM; MON-THURS 6:30AM-11PM; FRI-SAT 7-12AM
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