725 S. Mission, Sapulpa, 918-248-8722
Can you name a more appropriate café in which to enjoy a Fourth of July breakfast than Café USA? The café helps you celebrate the birth of this nation with breakfast meals such as the All American Sampler, featuring eggs, bacon, sausage, ham and hash browns. Or you can try the Red, White and Blue, which is three scrambled eggs topped with cheese and served with bacon, sausage and hash browns.
SUN-THURS, 7AM-9PM; FRI-SAT, 7AM-10PM.
432 S. Sheridan, 918-834-2558
"You've had the rest. Now have the Best!" is the motto of Harden's. It began in 1939 as Johney's Jip Joint with a secret seasoning and some homemade chili. The secrets live on in the Harden's kitchen and the hard work does, as well. Everything is homemade. Try the Deluxe Hamburger or get a bowl of the chili. Kids can get their own burger, or a grilled cheese sandwich or even mini corn dogs.
Cancun International Rest
705 S. Lewis Ave., 918-583-8089
No need to go south of the border to enjoy some authentic Mexican food. All you need to do is go to Cancun -- the restaurant, not the vacation spot -- right on Lewis Avenue. You can build your own enchilada dinner from such ingredients like shrimp, sour cream chicken or shredded beef. Try one of the Chef's Specialties, such as the Camarones Costa Brava.
MON-FRI, 11AM-9PM; SAT, 10AM-9PM
7007 S. Memorial Dr., 918-250-0700
Twin Peaks is giving another restaurant chain some stiff competition! Beautiful waitresses in red, low-cut, midriff tops will deliver your comfort food to your table! And they have some excellent comfort food selections! Try the Ribeye Pot Roast or the Poblano Chipotle Burger. They have the classic sides of mashed potatoes or mac 'n' cheese to round out your late night comfort meal!
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